Cardiovascular, lactate and appetite response to light and spicy music tempo after an endurance swimming protocol in young girls

Keywords: Swimming, lactate, heart rate, appetite, music tempo

Abstract

Background and Study Aim. During exercise, the effects of music on the performance have been previously evaluated. However, the superiority of the type of music and during recovery is not yet clear. Therefore the aim of this study was to determine the impact of music with a spicy and light beat on changes in lactate levels, blood pressure, heart rate, and appetite during the recovery period after the endurance swimming. Material and Methods. Thirteen healthy young girls participate in three control and experimental sessions. The participants performed a swimming. Immediately after swimming, they listened to music. Also, evaluations before and after (several times) swimming were performed.Results. Five minutes after swimming there was also a significant difference between the non-sound group with the music groups (p<0.05). Two and 5 minutes after swimming, there was a significant difference between the spicy and light music groups compared to the non-sound group. There was a significant difference between spicy and light music groups at time 10, 15 and 25 minutes. In the 25 minutes after the swim, reducing the heart rate in light music was more than spicy. Also, 10 minutes after swimming, the spicy music group could not cope with the increase in heart rate (p<0.05). There was a significant difference between the two music groups in minutes 5, 10 and 15 after swimming (p<0.05).Conclusions. listening to light music during recovery from endurance swimming was associated with decreased lactate levels and heart rate, but listening to spicy music increased heart rate and desire for food.

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Author Biographies

Javad Mehrabani, University of Guilan
mehrabanij@guilan.ac.ir; Department of Exercise Physiology, Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Guilan; Rasht, Guilan, Iran.
Soodabeh Bagherzadeh, Islamic Azad University
soodabehbagherizadeh1@yahoo.com; Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Faculty of Humanities, Islamic Azad University. Rasht, Guilan, Iran.
Abuzar Jorbonian, University of Guilan
jorbonian_a@yahoo.com; Department of Exercise Physiology, Faculty of sport Sciences, University of Guilan. Rasht, Guilan, Iran.
Eisa Khaleghi-Mamaghani, University of Guilan
khaleghimamaghani.eisa@yahoo.com; Department of Exercise Physiology, Faculty of sport Sciences, University of Guilan. Rasht, Guilan, Iran.
Maryam Taghdiri, University of Mazandaran
taghdiri.maryam.i@yahoo.com; Department of Exercise Physiology, Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Mazandaran; Babolsar, Mazandaran, Iran.  
Mona Mehdizadeh-Haghighi, Islamic Azad University
mehdizadeh-haghighi@yahoo.com; Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Faculty of Humanities, Islamic Azad University. Rasht, Guilan, Iran.

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Mehrabani J, Bagherzadeh S, Jorbonian A, Khaleghi-Mamaghani E, Taghdiri M, Mehdizadeh-Haghighi M. Cardiovascular, lactate and appetite response to light and spicy music tempo after an endurance swimming protocol in young girls. Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports. 2020;24(4):195-02. https://doi.org/10.15561/26649837.2020.0407
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