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Maleev D.O., Vinogradov E.G., Isaev A.P., Shevtsov A.V. Integrative activity of the body during adaptation to normobaric hypoxia and hypercapnia

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p211-216
 
Integrative activity of the body during adaptation to normobaric hypoxia and hypercapnia
Dmitriy Olegovich Maleev, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Evgeny Gennadyevich Vinogradov, the coach of the Tyumen State University team, Tyumen State University, Institute of Physical Education, Tyumen; Aleksandr Petrovich Isaev, the doctor of biological sciences, professor, South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk; Anatoliy Vladimirovich Shevtsov, the doctor of biological sciences, professor, Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg

Abstract
The paper aims to provide scientific justification for the regulatory potential of integrative activity in athletes experiencing artificial hypoxia and hypercapnia during training. Two groups of cross-country skiers and judo athletes were examined, 12 people each. All athletes were involved in regular physical activity and took part in competitions. Male athletes ages 16 – 17 have the first sports category. Stress ECG was performed on the CardioSoft stress-system (USA) together with biochemical blood analysis. Individualization of training programs in different sports at the final stage of the preparatory period doesn’t always result in adaptability. The culmination of peak adaptive values should not exceed anaerobic threshold for more than 10–15%.
Keywords: hypoxia, hypercapnia, respiratory training, premorbid state, adaptation.
 
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