Year 2016, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 6 - 10 2016-07-01

The effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo on blood rheology factors

Naser Heidari [1] , Esmael Dortaj [2] , Marjan Karimi [3] , Sajad Karami [4] , Negin Kordi [5]

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Hemorheology is a branch of biology, the science of deformation and blood flow against force and the pressures being on it. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo (SJFT) on blood rheology response factors in trained judokas. For this, 12 judoka with at least two years of regular training voluntarily participated in this study. All subjects performed Special judo fitness test (SJFT) and blood samples collected before, immediately after and a half hours after the test. The results showed that plasma volume and red blood cell count was significantly decreased immediately after exercise (p<0.05), and the number of white blood cells, platelets and hematocrit were significantly increased after protocol (p <0.05). But all variables fall to primary level half an hour after protocol except white blood cells. The current study showed that the interval intense activity of judo can make an effective response in blood rheology; these changes are transient and probably due to reduced plasma volume and after recovering from exercise returns to baseline level.Hemorheology is a branch of biology, the science of deformation and blood flow against force and the pressures being on it. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo (SJFT) on blood rheology response factors in trained judokas. For this, 12 judoka with at least two years of regular training voluntarily participated in this study. All subjects performed Special judo fitness test (SJFT) and blood samples collected before, immediately after and a half hours after the test. The results showed that plasma volume and red blood cell count was significantly decreased immediately after exercise (p<0.05), and the number of white blood cells, platelets and hematocrit were significantly increased after protocol (p <0.05). But all variables fall to primary level half an hour after protocol except white blood cells. The current study showed that the interval intense activity of judo can make an effective response in blood rheology; these changes are transient and probably due to reduced plasma volume and after recovering from exercise returns to baseline level.
Blood cells, blood rheology, hematocrit, judo
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Other ID JA48YT34EN
Journal Section Original Articles
Authors

Author: Naser Heidari
Institution: Department of Physical Education, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran

Author: Esmael Dortaj
Institution: Department of Physical Education, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran

Author: Marjan Karimi
Institution: Department of Physical Education, Payamnoor university, Karaj. Iran

Author: Sajad Karami
Institution: Department of Physical Education, Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran

Author: Negin Kordi
Institution: Department of Physical Education, Alzahra university, Tehran, Iran

Bibtex @ { turkjkin239076, journal = {Turkish Journal of Kinesiology}, issn = {}, eissn = {2459-0134}, address = {Nurtekin ERKMEN}, year = {2016}, volume = {2}, pages = {6 - 10}, doi = {}, title = {The effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo on blood rheology factors}, key = {cite}, author = {Heidari, Naser and Dortaj, Esmael and Karimi, Marjan and Karami, Sajad and Kordi, Negin} }
APA Heidari, N , Dortaj, E , Karimi, M , Karami, S , Kordi, N . (2016). The effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo on blood rheology factors. Turkish Journal of Kinesiology, 2 (1), 6-10. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/turkjkin/issue/22291/239076
MLA Heidari, N , Dortaj, E , Karimi, M , Karami, S , Kordi, N . "The effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo on blood rheology factors". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 2 (2016): 6-10 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/turkjkin/issue/22291/239076>
Chicago Heidari, N , Dortaj, E , Karimi, M , Karami, S , Kordi, N . "The effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo on blood rheology factors". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 2 (2016): 6-10
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ISNAD Heidari, Naser , Dortaj, Esmael , Karimi, Marjan , Karami, Sajad , Kordi, Negin . "The effects of acute high intensity interval exercise of judo on blood rheology factors". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 2 / 1 (July 2016): 6-10.