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۱The Comparison of Active and Passive Recovery after an Intense Exhaustive Training Session on the Level of Serum Serotonin of Male Runners
اطلاعات انتشار: International Journal of Medical Laboratory، دوم،شماره۱، ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۵
Introduction: The aim of this research was to compare active and passive recovery after a session of intense exhaustive training on the level of serotonin in the serum of the runners. Materials and Methods: In this semi–experimental study, 26 male elite runners were randomly assigned to two groups of active(n=12) and passive(n=14) recovery. Half an hour before the start of the training, 5 ml blood was drawn from the sample and then each subject was tested starting training on treadmill for Bruce test until reaching exhaustion. Immediately and then 10 minutes after the Bruce test, 5 ml of blood was drawn again for measuring serotonin. Results and Conclusions: The mean of serotonin in three steps of before, immediately after and 10 minutes after recovery were respectively 360.83 ± 250.05, 459.67±302.13, 514.5±440.48 ng\ml in the active recovery group and 141.26 ± 92.41, 241.04 ± 104.78, 214.34 ± 120.03 ng\ml in the passive recovery group. There was a significant difference between the amount of serotonin after recovery compared to that of before. However, the type of recovery program after that had no effect on the serum serotonin of the blood of the runners.

۲Comparative Study of the Effect of Aerobic and Resistance Exercise on Static and Dynamic Balance in Elderly Males
اطلاعات انتشار: Elderly Health Journal، اول،شماره۱، ۲۰۱۵، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۴
Introduction: Stumbling or falling is a major health problem among the elderly which accounts for their majority of physical injuries such as pelvic fractures, disability, loss of independency and even death. The goal of the study was comparison of the effect of aerobic and resistance exercise on static and dynamic balance in old men. Methods: A quasi–experimental study was conducted and thirty elderly males, who were referred to Jahandidegan institute of Borujen, were divided randomly in three empirical groups subdividing aerobic, resistance and control group. 24 hours before the start of and 24 hours after completion of eight weeks –aerobic and resistance exercise, all participants went under static and dynamic balance examination. The results were analysed by SPSS software edition 19. Results: Mean and standard deviation of dynamic balance scores before the exercise for the resistance, aerobic and control groups were 1017.6±212.7, 930.5±238.2, 1119.6±287.3 and after eight weeks exercise were 851.7±155.5, 743.4±130.1, 1220.06±226.9 respectively. On the other hand, Mean and standard deviation of static balance scores before the exercise in resistance, aerobic and control groups were 2280.3±2286.2, 3534.9±4455.4, 1284.1±231.4 and after eight weeks exercise were 5563.4±8014.6, 6089±7888.4, 1297.1±214.4 respectively. ANOVA test revealed that the difference in changes of three groups were not statistically significant (P > 0.05). Conclusion: Despite marginal correlation between static and dynamic balance as the outcomes of aerobic and resistant exercise these activities are proposed because such the exercises reduce incidence of falling events and related–injuries; and also risk of independency among older adults.
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