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Authors:  А. Bashkireva, T. Bashkireva, S. Chibisov, A. Severin, and D. Maximov
Abstract:
The purpose of the study was to study the biorhythmic features of the adaptive reactions of the cardiovascular system in male parachutists during trans-meridional flights West East to participate in the sport of the highest achievements. The study used the hardware and software complex Variacard in the statistical processing of ISCIM6.0. Psychological properties determined by the method of A. Belov Type of temperament with the calculation of the mainframe mathematical and statistical indicators. Graphs and correlation analysis made in the software “STASTICA6.0.” The biorhythmological features of adaptive reactions of the cardiorespiratory system studied during trans- meridional flights West-East in 30 men (Russian – 11, North American in the United States and Canada– 8, athletes from South America in Brazil – 11), who were members of the national teams, representing the country in world-class competitions. The study of the autonomic regulation of the heart rate showed that all athletes had tension, impaired adaptation during the flight from West to East to participate in competitions. Russian athletes had a lack of energy. The high cost of adaptation among South American parachutists revealed due to the flight not only to the East but also from subtropics to temperate latitudes. The role of the properties of the nervous system of the North American and South American sportsmen born in the Western Hemisphere can called the markers of the body defence reaction involved in the adaptation of the body during trans-meridional flights, is noted in adaptation reactions. 


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Biorhythmological Features of the Cardiovascular System Adaptation in Men Parachutists Taking into Account the West-East Transmedial Flights for Participation in Competitions (pp. 199-202)