The character of the haemodynamic answer at impulse hypergravitational physical activity in young men with normal heart rate and tachycardia


Investigated character change of haemodynamics parametres at 20 young men aged 20,3±0,99 years with the normal and speeded up heart rate after physical activity with lowly - and highly amplitude impulse hypergravitation in comparison with usual static physical activity. It is established, that after usual static squat there is an activization of haemodynamics at participants with normal heart rate, mainly for vessels of average and small calibre. Influence lowly amplitude impulse hypergravitation causes the smaller haemodynamic answer, than traditional squat. In particular, increase of a tone of arteries at young men with a normal rhythm of heart occurs on 3 % less, and degree of vasodilation at participants with tachycardia on 4,7 % more low, than after traditional physical activity notwithstanding that activation of proprioceptive systems at the given influence above and training effect is reached faster. The perturbation effect of highly amplitude impulse hypergravitational physical activity is less expressed in comparison with usual physical activity and more expressed in comparison with lowly amplitude hypergravitation at participants with normal heart rate. Activization of haemodynamics at young men with a tachycardia occurs mainly for the account of vessels of large calibre.

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