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SPORTS TRAINING TO DETECT HEART RATE AND BODY TEMPERATURE IN TEENAGERS

TREINAMENTO ESPORTIVO PARA DETECTAR A FREQUÊNCIA CARDÍACA E A TEMPERATURA CORPORAL DE ADOLESCENTES

ENTRENAMIENTO DEPORTIVO PARA DETECTAR FRECUENCIA CARDIACA Y TEMPERATURA CORPORAL EN ADOLESCENTES

ABSTRACT

Introduction

There are slight differences in heart rate variation (HRV) between athletes from different sports, and different exercise loads justify the most important reason for this slight difference in HRV.

Objective

To study the detection of heart rate and body temperature in adolescents by physical training.

Methods

Twelve young basketball players were randomly selected. Heart rate variability and body temperature indicators were collected before starting the sports intervention activity, lasting four weeks in a specific protocol. After the intervention period, the participant’s heart rate variability indicators and body temperature indicators were collected again. In an attempt to understand physical function training using comparative analysis and data processing obtained before and after the exercise intervention.

Results

A high increase in blood circulation velocity after exercise is directly proportional to the increase in body temperature. After four weeks of training, the heart rate of the 12 athletes increased from 92.35±3.65 to 84.77±5.13 beats per minute.

Conclusion

Body temperature can rise from the average temperature of 36.5°C before training to 36.7°C. The maximum temperature of 37°C can be reached within 5 minutes after stopping activity. The increasing intensity in physical function training can effectively improve the Standard deviation of the average normal RR intervals and root mean square velocity in the domain index in heart rate variability. Evidence level II; Therapeutic Studies - Investigating the results.

Sports; Training, Exercise; Body Temperature

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