Автор: ГОЛОВИН М.С., АЙЗМАН Р.И.
Код направления статьи: 77.00.00
Журнал: ТЕОРИЯ И ПРАКТИКА ФИЗИЧЕСКОЙ КУЛЬТУРЫ
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Development of methods of recovery and correction of functional states during sports activity is one of the principal goals of sports science. It helps train athletes for the upcoming sports events and in their effective recovery after competitions. Currently there are many methods of influence on the body of athletes intended to increase stress resistance and improve functional state. The effect on the body of athletes of various factors was investigated. The instrumental methods of influence on the human functional state, technologies based on biofeedback etc. are being actively developed. However, the method of audio-visual stimulation (AVS), widely spread in the West, has been successfully established in Russia primarily in the area of comprehensive rehabilitation and correction of psychogenic disorders, addiction treatment and prevention of disorders in persons with professions related with danger and hard work. However, sports activities, characterized by excessive physical and mental loads, studies of the effect of AVS are almost lacking. With rapid assessment and dynamic control of adaptive and reserve capabilities of athletes the analysis of heart rate variability at rest and during functional tests can be considered the most objective, informative and sensitive method for studying functional state and physical fitness. The method is a modern and universally recognized indicator of assessment of the mechanisms of regulation of the cardiovascular system. Thus, the goal of the research was to study the impact of the AVS training course on the state of autonomic regulation and heart rate variability of athletes.