Effects of Traditional Chinese Medicine for Anti-fatigue and Treadmill Training on Anti-oxidase Activity and Na~+, K~+-ATPase Activities in Erythrocytes of Rats
LI Lei FENG Mei yun ZHANG Ying FENG Wei quanBeijingUniversityofPhysicalEducation,Beijing100084,China
The rats were randomly divided into the training group and the administrated + training group. They were trained on the treadmill for two weeks with the intensity of 35 m/s and the gradient of 0. After the training they trained on the same gradient treadmill again for 35 min with the speed of 38 m/s. During the training period the rats of the administrated group were administrated with traditional Chinese medicine. Starting from the determination of the anti oxidase activity and the Na +, K + ATPase activities in the erythrocytes, the causes of the effects of training and intensive training on the change of free radical metabolism in erythrocytes of rats were approached. The results of the study indicated that training induced adaptive changes of SOD metabolism in erythrocytes of rats. After intensive training GPX activity increased, which was conducive to the rapid transformation of H 2O 2 to H 2O. To a certain extent the traditional Chinese medicine for anti fatigue cleared away the free radicals increased by training. The increase of Na +, K + ATPase activities was conducive to the maintenance of the steadiness of enzyme activities. To a certain extent the traditional Chinese medicine for anti-fatigue improved the ability of erythrocyte membranes to transfer Na + and K +.