CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO VESTIBULAR STIMULATION IN CYCLIC, SITUATIONAL AND STEREOTYPICAL COMPLEX COORDINATION KINDS OF SPORTS
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The aim of the work is the study of the dependence of cardiovascular system reaction to the vestibular stimulation on the peculiarities of movements in the above-mentioned kinds of sports. Vestibular reactions of 108 males were studied, 93 of which were involved in cyclic (middle and long distance jogging, cross-country skiing, swimming), situational (sports game) and difficult to coordinate movements of stereotypical sports (gymnastics). The above facts indicate that sports contribute to the adaptation to vestibular load and, as a consequence, the development of less severe autonomic reactions to vestibular stimulation. It is essential that the vestibular resistance develops not only in those sports in which the motor activity abounds in a corner acceleration but also in those species sports where such similar accelerations are minimal. The influence of the specifics of the motor activity in some sports is reflected in the value of response in tests with a change of a head position.
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