Assessment of educational process regional factors’ and tension influence on students’ bloodstream system and homeostasis vegetative characteristics
AbstractPurpose: to study influence of regional factors and intensive educational process on cardio-haemo-dynamic and vegetative characteristics in conditions of individual differentiated classes. Material: in the research 80 student (of 17-18 years’ age) participated; they were divided into group of the tested (n=40) and group of comparison (n=40). Results: we showed physiological influence on bloodstream regulation and weakening of activity in conditions of individual-differentiated classes. The content of programs of informational, sports-health related, physical culture and prophylaxis measures resulted in students’ different speed characteristics (in bloodstream links and in its regulation). In conditions of annual educational process the students had balance of sympathetic and para-sympathetic regulation of central and periphery bloodstream. It depends on weather factors of year seasons, on examination sessions. Conclusions: in conditions of educational process adaptation-compensatory shifts are conditioned by dominating segmental regulation with participation of bloodstream links and regulatory supra-segmental influences. We also observed manifestation of influence of separate autonomous regulation factors.
| Abstract views: 149 | PDF Downloads: 72 |
1. Aleksandrov IuI, Anokhin KV. Nejron. Obrabotka signalov. Plastichnost'. Modelirovanie [Neuron. Processing of signals. Plasticity. Simulation], Tyumen: TSU Publ.; 2008. (in Russian)
2. Guyton Arthur C, Hall John E. Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology with Student Consult Online Access (11th ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders.
3. Vejn AM. Vegetativnye rasstrojstva: klinika, lechenie, diagnostika [Vegetative disorders: clinic, treatment, diagnostic], Moscow: Medical News Agency; 2000. (in Russian)
4. Ivanov V.S. Osnovy matematicheskoj statistiki [Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics], Moscow: Physical Culture and Sports; 1990. (in Russian)
5. Isaev AP, Erlikh VV, Ezhov VB. Lokal'no-regional'naia myshechnaia vynoslivost' v sisteme podgotovki i adaptacii begunov i lyzhnikov-gonshchikov v usloviiakh ravniny i srednegor'ia [Local-regional muscular endurance in system of runners’ and ski-racers’ training and adaptation in conditions of plain and midlands], Chelyabinsk: South Ural State University Publishing Center; 2014. (in Russian)
6. Isaev AP, Erlikh VV. Sport i srednegor'e [Sports and midlands], Chelyabinsk: South Ural State University Publishing Center; 2013. (in Russian)
7. Isaev AP, Erlikh VV. Polifunkcional'naia mobil'nost' i variabel'nost' organizma sportsmenov olimpijskogo rezerva v sisteme mnogoletnej podgotovki [Polyfunctional mobility and variability of Olympic reserve sportsmen’s organism in system of many years’ training], Chelyabinsk: South Ural State University Publishing Center; 2010. (in Russian)
8. Noskov VB, Katov AN. Ortostaticheskaia ustojchivost' zdorovogo cheloveka pri gipogidratacii [Orthostatic balance of healthy person in conditions of dehydration]. Fiziologiia cheloveka, 1990;1:112-117. (in Russian)
9. Uilmor DzhKh, Kostill DL. Fiziologiia sporta i dvigatel'noj aktivnosti [Physiology of sports and motor functioning], Kiev: Olympic Literature; 1997. (in Russian)
10. Chereshnev VA, Iushkov BG. Patofiziologiia [Pathological physiology], Moscow: Veche; 2001. (in Russian)
11. Iansen P. ChSS, laktat i trenirovki na vynoslivost' [HBR, lactate and trainings for endurance], Murmansk: Tuloma; 2013. (in Russian)
12. Hoffman J. Physiological Aspects of Sport Training and Performance. Human Kinetics; 2002.
13. Issurin V, Blumenstein B, Lidor R, Tenenbaum G. A modem approach to high-performance training: the Block Composition concept. Oxford: Meyer Sport; 2007.
14. Kellman M. Recovery-Stress Questionnaire for Athletes. Human Kinetics; 2001.
15. Pfutzner A, Reif M, Tunnemaann H. International and national tendencies, based on results of Olympic games in Sydney. Leis-tungssport, 2001;1.:20-36.
16. Platonov VN, Bulatova MM. Physical training. Rio de Janeiro: Sprint; 2003.
17. Platonov VN. General theory of sports training. Barselona: Paidotribo; 2002.
18. Seely R. Anatomy & Physiology. Mc Graw Hill; 2003.
19. Thomas JR. Research Methods in Physical Activity. Human Kinetics; 2001.
20. Thoden JS. Testing aerobic power. Human Kinetics; 2001.
21. Wittenberg BA. Both hypoxia and work are required to enhance expression of myoglobin «Hypoxia reprograms and regulates myoglobin expression». Am. J. Physiol. Cell Physiol. 2009;296:390-392.
Copyright Holder - Author(s). more