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Shatunov D.A., Mostyakov D.V., Bekmansurov R.Kh. Comparative analysis of body composition components of female runners for short distance in the preparatory and competitive periods

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.3.p484-487
 
Comparative analysis of body composition components of female runners for short distance in the preparatory and competitive periods
Dmitry Alexandrovich Shatunov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Dmitry Vladislavovich Mostyakov, the teacher, Volga State Academy of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Kazan; Rail Кhadiyarovich Bekmansurov, the senior teacher, Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University

Abstract
The analysis of indicators of the component composition of the body of short-distance runners is carried out. There were revealed indicators of body fat and muscle mass, indicators of the corresponding components of individual parts of the body in the preparatory and competitive period, and tracked changes in the component composition of the body during the preparation for the main competitions. The main method of research is to study the indicators of the component composition of the body of short-distance runners using body composition scales – Tanita MS-780MA. Qualified short-distance runners took part in the study. Changes in body fat and muscle mass indicators were revealed, which indicates the presence of adaptive responses to training loads. The conclusions provide some recommendations for correcting the physical fitness of short-distance runners.
Keywords: adaptation to physical activity, component composition of the body, short-distance running, track and field athletes, correction of physical fitness.
 
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Contact information: dmitrii.shatunov.1983@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 19.03.2020
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