The reaction of the equilibrium function after the orthostatic test in athletes (0.42 Mb, pdf) Read
Nazarenko Andrej Sergeevich

The evaluation of the equilibrium function in athletes and individuals not involved in sports before and after the active orthostatic test. The athletes revealed a higher level of the equilibrium function, compared to control, which to a much lesser extent decreased after active orthostatic test, which indicates the positive influence of sports on the stability statokinetic system. No statistically significant differences in balance function between the wrestlers and football players appear after the active orthostatic test.

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