عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this study was to determine the effects of six types of active recovery, active recovery with functional music, active recovery with brain-wave stimulator music, passive recovery, passive recovery with functional music and passive recovery with brain-wave stimulator after high intensity exercise on anaerobic performance, levels of lactate concentration, perceived fatigue, well-being, rate of perceived exertion and fatigue severity scale. 12 students of kharazmi university (age=22.23±1.12, weight=69.25±6.66 and height=173.75±5.86) selected as subjects of this study. First, subjects warm ups five minutes on ergometer at 80 watts. Then immediately exercised 30 seconds in six stages on ergometer at 300 watts with 30 seconds active recovery at 40 watts between each stage. Then subjects performed six types of noted recovery. Blood lactate measured in three phase (pretest, after high intensity exercise and after 20 minutes recovery). After completing recovery, Wingate test performed and Peak, average, minimum and drop power recorded. Also RPE and POMS test completed after Wingate test. Our finding indicated level of blood lactate, power drop, fatigue scale, rate of perceived exertion, rate of feeling fatigue and fatigue severity scale in active recovery with functional music and active recovery with brain-wave stimulator groups was significantly less compared to other recoveries. Peak, average and minimum power and well-being after active recovery with functional music and active recovery with brain-wave stimulator was more than other recoveries. In general, the implementation of active recovery with functional music and active recovery with brain-wave stimulator music was the most effective in clearance of blood lactate, anaerobic performance improvements, perceived fatigue, well-being and fatigue severity scale compared to other recoveries.