Functional Reaction of the Cardiovascular System to Irritation of Vestibular Receptors in Students Engaged in Different Types of Martial Arts

Authors: Medvedev I. N., Karpov V. Yu., Makurina O. N., Eremin M. V., Dorontsev A. V., Sibgatulina F. R., Ivanov D. A.

Abstract: Regular dosed physical activity in all cases has a tonic and healing effect on a person. Feasible muscle activity helps to improve the function of the heart, lungs, blood vessels and the nervous system. In martial arts, the reactivity of the vestibular apparatus is of great importance, providing the flow of information about the current position of the body in space, the success of movement in it and maintaining the stability of the posture due to the effective redistribution of muscle tone. Purpose of the work: to find out the dependence of the reaction of the cardiovascular system to the arising vestibular irritation in different types of martial arts. Martial arts classes help to increase the degree of vestibular stability. The statokinetic stability is very pronounced and increases in the course of hand-to-hand combat, which has a lot of moments with different severity of angular accelerations. The peculiarities of motor activity in any kind of martial arts inevitably affect the peculiarities of the reaction to the test with a change in the position of the head.

Pages: 96-104

DOI: 10.46300/91011.2022.16.12

International Journal of Biology and Biomedical Engineering, E-ISSN: 1998-4510, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #12