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SRP. 2021; 12(3): 353-360


Effect of Using Some Methods of Hospitalization on The Speed of Return to Normal and Some Physiological Variables for Volleyball Players.

Mohammed Nader Shalaby, Marwa Ahmed Kholif, Kawthar Abd El Mejed El Sayed Kassem, Hoda Abd El Hamid Abdel Wahab, Najlaa Ahmed Radwaan Ahmed, Reda Mohamed Hassan Hashem, Amal Abd Elfattah Mohammed.

Abstract
Introduction: Sports training is witnessing tremendous development these days, especially in its relationship with other sciences, Competition exercises are considered a training form aimed at improving the level of the match performance, as it is similar to the match, but it differs from it in some performance characteristics as the main goal of its performance is training.
Aim: The research aims to identify the effect of using recovery methods during the competition period on some physiological variables among volleyball players.
Results: The results indicate that there are statistically significant differences between the measurements and the post parameters of the first experimental group, the pulse rate percentage of improvement reached (68.04%), glucose percentage improvement reached (9.53%), lactic acid percentage of improvement reached (90.56%), systolic blood pressure percentage improvement reached (8.66%) and diastolic blood pressure percentage improvement was (10.65%). The results also showed the positive effect of using the cold bath on the second experimental group, lactic acid percentage of improvement reached (89.47%), systolic blood pressure percentage improvement (18.9%), and diastolic blood pressure percentage improvement of (16.29%).
Conclusions: Using the sauna as a healing method leads to positive physiological changes in the pulse rate, glucose, and lactic - systolic and diastolic blood pressure in volleyball players. The use of sauna as a healing method leads to positive physiological changes in the pulse rate, glucose, and lactic - systolic and diastolic blood pressure in volleyball players. The effect of using a cold bath is better than using a sauna in improving the pulse rate, glucose, and lactic - the systolic and diastolic blood pressure of volleyball players.

Key words: volleyball players - fatigue, recovery methods, competition period.



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