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Miroshnikov A.B., Formenov A.D., Smolensky A.V. Comparative analysis of adherence to different methods of aerobic work in power sports among the athletes with arterial hypertension: the randomized controlled trial

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p312-320
Comparative analysis of adherence to different methods of aerobic work in power sports among the athletes with arterial hypertension: the randomized controlled trial
Aleksandr Borisovich Miroshnikov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Aleksandr Dmitrievich Formenov, the post-graduate student, Andrey Vadimovich Smolensky, the doctor of medical sciences, professor, department chairman, Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Moscow

Hypertension is a frequent diagnosis among the athletes of power sports, and aerobic high-intensity and uniform work is recommended by specialists as a non-medicinal agent in the prevention and treatment of high blood pressure. The study attempts to assess adherence to various methods of non-specific aerobic work, which is used for power sports athletes with arterial hypertension.
Keywords: adherence, hypertension, arterial hypertension, powerlifting, high-intensity interval training.
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