Complex assessment of athletes’ operative status and its correction during competitions, based on the body impedance analysis

Keywords: operative status, correction, body impedance analysis, highly skilled swimmers

Abstract

Background and Study Aim. The aim of this research was assessment and correction of highly skilled swimmers’ operative status during competitions. Material and Methods. The authors carried out complex assessment of 46 high-skilled swimmers during competition period. The body impedance analysis and functional status express diagnosis were conducted before and after competitions. Results. The components limiting the operational state of swimmers were determined: “component composition of the body” (44.83% of the total load), “functional” (19.97%).  Correlation relationships were established between the main indicators that determine the level of the operational state of athletes.  The multiple regression equation was calculated, which made it possible to determine the influence of individual significant parameters on the level of the operational state of athletes and the confidence interval.  A group of athletes with operational status indicators below the confidence interval received sport supplementation. Conclusion. The main characteristics of the athletes’ operative status are cellular biomarker phase, fat free mass, extracellular water, intracellular water, strength index. These characteristics should be used in assessment of both operative status and complex functional diagnosis of highly-skilled swimmers during competitions.

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Author Biographies

Olena Dorofieieva, O.Bogomolets National Medical University
dorofeyevaelena@gmail.com; O.Bogomolets National Medical University; Kiev, Ukraine.
Kseniia Yarymbash, O.Bogomolets National Medical University
yarembash90@gmail.com; O.Bogomolets National Medical University; Kiev, Ukraine.
Iryna Skrypchenko, Dnipropetrovs’k State University of Internal Affairs
sit71@ukr.net; Dnipropetrovs’k State University of Internal Affairs; Dnipro, Ukraine.
Marko Joksimović, Football Club Nacional
nicifor007@outlook.com; Football  Club  Nacional; Podgorica, Montenegro.
Aneliia Mytsak, Prydniprovsk State Academy of Physical Culture and Sports
anelv26@ukr.net; Prydniprovsk State Academy of Physical Culture and Sports; Dnipro, Ukraine.

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2021-04-30
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Dorofieieva O, Yarymbash K, Skrypchenko I, Joksimović M, Mytsak A. Complex assessment of athletes’ operative status and its correction during competitions, based on the body impedance analysis. Pedagogy of Physical Culture and Sports. 2021;25(2):66-3.
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