Fractional breathing impact on haemodynamic effects of archers in recovery period
Objective of the research was to identify the impact of fractional breathing proposed by A.A. Streltsov [6, 7] as a new ergogenic tool on haemodynamic characteristics of archers during recovery period.
Streltsov's fractional breathing method used in the training process of archers has a positive impact on the recovery processes in their circulation system.
During the recovery period after the same amount of muscular work the use of the fractional breathing method significantly lowers systolic blood pressure.
The use of the fractional breathing method significantly reduces elastic resistance of the arterial system, the values of stroke volume, cardiac output and fatigue level.
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|Subjects:||archery recovery biochemistry blood sport physiology relation respiration ergogenic aid|
|Notations:||biological and medical sciences technical sports|
|Published in:||Theory and Practice of Physical Culture|