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Aikin V.A., Reutskaya E.A., Sukhachov E.A. Functional state of respiratory system of the elite female biathletes

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2015.12.130.p14-19
 
Functional state of respiratory system of the elite female biathletes
Vladimir Anatolevich Aikin, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor,
Elena Alexandrovna Reutskaya, the candidate of biological sciences,
Evgeniy Alexandrovich Sukhachov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences,
The Siberian State University of Physical Education and Sports, Omsk

 
Annotation
Throughout the last decade there has been substantial growth of the experts’ interest in the problem of the exercise-induced asthma. The article presents the results of the study of the functional state of the respiratory system of elite women biathletes. The study identified the athletes with decreased bronchial obstruction. These data suggest the need for greater attention of experts to the matters relating to the assessment of the long-term adaptation of the athletes organism to perform the training loads and to the problems of rehabilitation and training of the respiratory system of the biathletes.
Keywords: elite biathletes, respiratory system, exercise-induced bronchoconstriction.
 
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Contact information: aikin-va@yandex.ru
Article arrived in edition 26.11.2015