Assessment of Adaptation Processes in the Integrated Functional Diagnostic Monitoring of Highly Qualified Athletes in Various Types of Sports

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  • B. Dobrovolsky Oleg
  • M. Belyakova Karina
  • V. Galkina Ekaterina

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i2.1655

Abstract

Aim: To identify the universal parameters of the functional state of athletes in various sports, which lets more fully evaluate the effectiveness of training loads. Methodology: Examining 103 highly qualified athletes aged 13-29, spiroergometry, Wingate test, electrocardiography, echocardiography, densitometry and biochemical parameters. Experimental conditions: All the participants had a preliminary medical examination and were found healthy. Participants: Athletes aged 13-29. Basic measurements: Hemoglobin level, spiroergometric test parameters, maximum and peak power in the Wingate test (30 sec), bone mineral density, stroke and minute blood volumes, heart rate. Result: a High prognostic correlation of hemoglobin parameters and anaerobic performance and the prevalence of the hypokinetic type of blood circulation in the subjects were revealed. Conclusions: The results obtained can be considered as new markers in assessing the adaptation processes in the body of athletes and can be used to monitor the health status of athletes and optimize the training process.

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2021-05-29

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