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《Journal of Beijing University of Physical Education》 2003-01
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Physiological and Biochemical Monitoring During Altitude Training in Modern Pentathletes

YUAN Jianqin1, CAO Jianmin2, XU Yong3 et.al.(1. Scientific Research Institution of Eightone Team of Military Sport, Beijing 100072, China;2. Teaching and Research Section of Exercise Biochemistry, BUPE, Beijing 100084, China;3. Dept. of PE, North China Polytechnical University, Beijing 100042, China;4. Eight-one Team of Pentathlon, Beijing 100072, China)  
During altitude training for preparing the China 9th National Games several physiological and biochemical indexes were applied to monitor the training loads. It was found that the hemoglobin values of the athletes during altitude training increased more remarkably, compared with those in training at the plain (P0.05). The individual hemoglobin values of the athletes increased averagely 1.1g/dl. The range of the increase was 0.6~1.9g/dl. There was no difference between the blood urea values at the plain and at the altitude. The changes of hemoglobin and blood urea related to the arrangement of the training loads. The lean body mass of the female athletes decreased during altitude training. It was suggested that before going to the altitude the arrangement of training loads should serve the preparation of altitude training so as to shorten the duration for the accommodation at the altitude. Meanwhile, weight training should also be stressed.
【Fund】: 国家体育总局课题。
【CateGory Index】: G804.49
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