Differences in Fruit Vitamin B Nutrition Levels and Application of Sports Biochemistry in Physical Training

  • He Shen
Keywords: Adenosine triphosphate; Biochemical training; Vitamin B; Fruit nutrition


The existence of the human body requires energy. Sports require more energy. The main energy sources are sugar, fat, and protein. As the direct supplier of energy, the adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is broken down. ATP-Once broken down, it is immediately re-synthesized from creatine phosphate (CP) and adenosine diphosphate (AOP). This article analyzes the differences in vitamin B nutrition levels of fruits and the application of sports biochemistry in physical training. To improve anaerobic metabolism, it is necessary to increase the energy supply capacity of the glycolytic energy supply system. The training to improve glycolytic energy supply capacity mainly uses two methods of maximum lactic acid training and lactic acid tolerance training. In competitive aerobics, complete sets of repetitive training are used. In the highest lactic acid training, you can further increase the lactic acid production ability by adjusting the interval time and the ratio of exercise and rest, stimulate the body to produce more lactic acid, and improve the ability to tolerate acids.