CHANGING THE CONTENT OF TESTOSTERONE IN THE BLOOD OF PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT LEVEL OF FITNESS IN TERMS OF POWER LOAD

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In the work the results of the research aimed to determine the peculiarities of changes in the content of testosterone in the blood of people of different level of fitness under the influence of acute power load in the process of long trainings athleticism. The surveys were performed with the participation of 20 athletes age of 19-20 years, regularly engaged in athleticism over 3 years, and 20 young men of similar age are not contraindications to study with weights. A change in the level of ability, the morphometric parameters of the organism and the parameters of body composition was evaluated using the techniques of power testing, anthropometry and impedansometriya. Laboratory studies serum testosterone at rest and after the acute power load was carried out during 3 months of practice athleticism. The concentration of testosterone in the blood serum was determined by enzyme immunoassay. During the research it was established that despite the fairly low primary basal level of testosterone (9,89 nmol/l) in blood trained athletes, power load high intensity increase the content of the investigated hormone after a workout in comparison with the state of rest. Such positive dynamics of the level of testosterone in response to an acute power load is observed among non-trained young men. Simultaneously revealed that despite the high level of adaptation of trained athletes to power the load, there is almost identical to the positive dynamics of morphofunctional parameters of members of both groups.

 


A. A. Chernozub

P. Mogila Chernomorsk State University, Ukraine

Author for correspondence.
Email: chernozub@gmail.com

Ukraine PhD, associate professor of the human health and physical rehabilitation department of Petro Mogila Black Sea State University Address: 10, Desantnikov St., Nikolaev, Ukraine, 54003, tel.: (0512) 76-55-54

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