Comparative characteristic of correlation between pulse subjective indicators of girl students’ and school girls’ reaction to physical load

Keywords: load, regulation, basketball, pulse

Abstract

Purpose: to determine characteristics of correlation of girl students’ and school girls’ subjective and physiological parameters of reaction to physical load. Material: in the research sportswomen of two age groups participated: adult qualified girl students-basketball players (n=40, age 20-22years) and junior basketball players (n=35, age12-13years). Registration of heart beats rate was fulfilled with «Polar RS300X». Simultaneously, we registered subjective feeling of loaf value (heaviness) by Borg’s method. Results: it was found that in conditions of natural training and competition functioning, with equal heart beats rate values school girls feel tension of fulfilled work subjectively easier. It can be explained by higher maximal values of school girls’ heat beats rate, comparing with girls students. Equal values of heart beats rate reflect different changes in girl students’ and school girls’ organisms. That is why they can not serve reliably informative indicator of load. Conclusions: we determined characteristics of perceived tension under load of game character. It can be connected with emotional tension, which is characteristic for basketball.

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2016-08-28
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Kozina, Z., Iermakov, S., Kadutskaya, L., Sobyanin, F., Krzeminski, M., Sobko, I. N., & Ryepko, O. (2016). Comparative characteristic of correlation between pulse subjective indicators of girl students’ and school girls’ reaction to physical load. Physical Education of Students, 20(4), 24-34. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2016.0403
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