Response of the level of hormonal activity regulating calcium action after anaerobic effort at different short distances in young free swimming
Author(s): Dr. Wisam Sahib Hassan
Abstract: In this study, the researcher sought to know the work of hormones as physiological regulators, which are in various activities in a complex manner and are in a relationship of cooperation or antagonism, and this prepares the demand for a response to be able to self-stabilization. The blood whose secretion is affected in the event of a high or low level of calcium in the blood, and these hormones are (calcitonin and parathyroid hormone) in order to know the level of hormones regulating the action of calcium, as the athlete cannot achieve a better level unless the physiological functions of the body are compatible and this is what athletes aspire to, as The sample of the study was selected from the national team swimmers for free swimming, the youth category, who numbered (8) swimmers. A set of laboratory tests and analyzes in order to find out the response of calcium and the regulating hormones to it caused by the swimmer’s body in an anaerobic effort with brain distances The distances of this effort were determined at a distance of (50 m) and (200 m) free swimming. After completing the experiment, the researcher collected the results and wrote down all the numbers that showed the results, and then they were statistically processed to know the final outcome of this study and in the light of what the researcher obtained from the results of this study It was concluded that there was an increase in the secreted values of calcium and calcitonin levels at a distance of 50 m freestyle and 200 m freestyle and the difference in height in favor of a distance of 200 m freestyle and also a decrease in the parathyroid hormone in a distance of 50 m freestyle and 200 m freestyle and the difference of the decrease in favor of a distance of 200m freestyle.
Dr. Wisam Sahib Hassan. Response of the level of hormonal activity regulating calcium action after anaerobic effort at different short distances in young free swimming. J Sports Sci Nutr 2021;2(2):49-53.