Influence of the interval hypoxemic training on body composition and hematologic blood indicators at highly skilled rowers (0.3 Mb, pdf) Read
Низамутдинова Наиля Нурсиловна
Студент 3 курса факультета физической культуры
Educational organization: Поволжская государственная академия физической культуры, спорта и туризма
Хакимуллина Динара Радиковна
Младший научный сотрудник учебно-научного центра технологий подготовки спортивного резерва
Educational organization: ФГБОУ ВПО «Поволжская государственная академия физической культуры, спорта и туризма»
Альметова Регина Равилевна
Лаборант УНЦ ТПСР
Educational organization: Поволжская государственная академия физической культуры, спорта и туризма
Комарова Анна Владимировна
Кандидат педагогических наук, доцент кафедры теории физической культуры
Educational organization: Бурятский государственный университет
Martykanova Dilyara Safovna
Candidate of Biological Sciences, Senior Researcher at the Educational and Scientific Center for the Training of Sports Reserve
Educational organization: Volga Region State Academy of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism, Kazan, Russia

The aim of our study was to investigate the hematological blood parameters and body composition at highly skilled rowers before and after the interval hypoxic training in conditions of the midlands. In the study, six male people aged 21-22 years actively involved in sports and having a sports qualification of the Master of Sports of Russia in Rowing took part. Before departure to Macedonia and after arrival on the seventh day the athletes took the venous blood on the analysis in the morning on an empty stomach and passed a research on a structure of the body.22 hematological parameters were estimated with the automatic hematology analyzer MEK 7222 K (Japan). The parameters of the body composition and basal metabolism alone were estimated by the bioelectrical impedance analyzer Tanita MC 980 (Japan). The study determined that the mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH) at the rowers after hypoxic training in midlands increased significantly. After the hypoxic training aimed to endurance, we found out that the rowers with a decrease in the total muscle mass decreased the basic metabolism.

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