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Sazonov I.Yu., Pavlov V.A., Tarasevich I.V., Bryzgalov I.V. Effect of amino acids adaptogens on psychological characteristics of competitors professionals

Effect of amino acids adaptogens on psychological characteristics of competitors professionals
Igor Yuryevich Sazonov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Vladimir Aleksandrovich Pavlov, the doctor of medical sciences, senior lecturer, Igor Vladimirovich Tarasevich, candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Ekaterinburg institute of physical culture (branch) URALGUFK, Ekaterinburg; Igor Vyacheslavovich Bryzgalov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Institute of physical culture, sport and youth policy of Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg

Annotation
The psychological state of the professional athletes is of great importance in achieving high sports results, which is highlighted in a large number of the studies. However, the fundamental metabolic mechanisms underlying the mental changes have not been sufficiently investigated. Our study reveals the relationship between changes in the amount of amino acids of adaptogens in the blood of wrestlers, athletes and hockey players and a number of parameters of their psychological status.
Keywords: amino acids-adaptogens, athletes, psychological features.
 
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Article arrived in edition 25.01.2019
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