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The changes in the adaptive processes of the male organism during training physical exercises

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T he aim of the research was to find the changes of exercises in the organism of the men specialized in middle distance running. Physical working capacity and simultaneous registration of the functions of vegetative systems of organism were investigated. As well biochemical tests (determination of the content of lactate of red cells, haemoglobin, glucose in blood) were done. 10 men (two Masters of Sport, two First - Class Sportsmen and six Second - Class Sportsmen ) aged 17 - 24 specialized in the middle distance ru nning took part in the experiment. The sportsmen's level of health was within the physiological standard. The examination of the men's adaptive body responses to the offered burdens made by us indicates that their functional body capacity increases in the first, second, third and fifth microcycles and decreases in the fourth one. It can be connected with the decrease of haemoglobin content in the blood, especially in the Masters' of Sport blood and in the blood of First - Class Sportsmen , it leads to the decr ease of their working capacity, respectively.
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  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Lutsk, Ukraine, olya.roda@mail.ru
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Lutsk, Ukraine
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Lutsk, Ukraine
  • Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, Lutsk, Ukraine
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