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Tsallagova R.B., Melnikov D.S., Makoeva F.K. Energy exchange of the curlers body in the process of training and competitive activities

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p408-412
 
Energy exchange of the curlers body in the process of training and competitive activities
Roza Borisovna Tsallagova, the doctor of medical sciences, professor, department chair, Dmitry Sergeevich Melnikov, the candidate of biological sciences, associate professor, department chairman, Fatima Konstantinovna Makoeva, the candidate of medical sciences, senior lecturer, Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg

Abstract
One of the key issues of medical and biological support of sports is the energy supply of physical loads of athletes in training and competitive activities. The energy requirements of an athlete's body are multicomponent, individual and specific for each sport. In game disciplines, the so-called “playing role” of an athlete with special model characteristics in terms of physical qualities, type, intensity of load and other indicators of motor actions is also distinguished. The article provides an algorithm for determining and calculating the energy consumption of curlers (men and women) depending on the playing role at the stages of training and competitive activity. The specific values of the energy requirements of each team member per unit of body weight (kg) and per unit of time (hour) were determined.
Keywords: curling, energy consumption, basic metabolism, food ration.
 
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Contact information: rbtsallagova@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 05.09.2020
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