Statistical analysis of the functional status in orienteers
V. I. Zalyapina, A. P. Isaeva, R. Ya. Abzalilovb, E. V. Kharitonovaa
a South Ural State University (Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation)
b Bashkir State Medical University (Ufa, Russian Federation)
The problem of physiological justification of effective adaptation and training technologies in orienteering is still under-investigated. However, as Russian and foreign literature gives a sufficiently detailed analysis of adaptive and compensatory processes of individual functional systems associated with training loads of various volume and purpose, we believe that mechanisms of short- and long-term adaptation in athletes should be studied from the perspective of integrative reactivity of the body. This research is dedicated to analysis of integrative reactivity, resistance, and tolerance in athletes. The problem of improvement of sport performance in orienteering (sprint and middle distances) during the training for socially important competitions was solved based on the assessment of status indicators and application of advanced techniques for the focused development of local-regional muscular endurance (LRME) at the plain and at the lower middle-altitude (800–1000 m).
intersystem and intrasystem relations, statistical analysis, analysis of variance, discriminant analysis.
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V. I. Zalyapin, A. P. Isaev, R. Ya. Abzalilov, E. V. Kharitonova, “Statistical analysis of the functional status in orienteers”, J. Comp. Eng. Math., 4:1 (2017), 57–68
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