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Methodological foundations for ensuring the stability in training athletes of various kinds of sports

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Abstract

A unified approach to the problems of health preservation in athletes, taking into account the options for phenotyping their health and basing on the main indicators of homeostatic potential, makes it possible not only to diagnose the initial functional disorders of the organism and monitor its basic capabilities, but also maintain the current functional reserves of the athlete at the proper level. This is provided by the use of a diagnostic and recovery unit, the recovery component of which forms complex medical and biological effects: it improves central and peripheral hemodynamics and increases the energy supply of cellular structures, i.e. increases the energy supply of the athlete's organism as a whole. This is the main component of the stability in training athletes of various kinds of sports.

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Guriy P. Stupakov, Vladimir A. Zernov, Nina V. Shcherbinina, Nadezhda N. Prudnikova, Stepan K. Mamberger. Methodological foundations for ensuring the stability in training athletes of various kinds of sports. Cardiometry; Issue 17; November 2020; p.92-96; DOI: 10.12710/cardiometry.2020.17.9296; Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no17-november-2020/stability-in-training-athletes

Keywords

Health phenotyping,  Homeostatic potential,  Reserve capabilities,  Energy supply,  Adaptation potential,  Biomedical effects
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