2017, Vol. 4, Issue 6, Part C
Effect of acute exercise on electrolyte response among trained and untrained menAuthor(s):
The study was undertaken to analysis the acute effect of aerobic exercise an electrolyte response among trained and untrained men. To achieve the purpose fifteen All Indian Inter University place holders from football, kabaddi and netball teams were selected as trained group and fifteen then students were selected from Department of Education, English and Political Science, Annamalai University, who did not participated any sports activity as untrained group. Their age ranged between 20 to 24 years. The blood sample of 5 ml from each subjects, were collected before exercise and immediately after the exercise. The subjects were performed 15 minutes running on treadmill. The samples were analysed by ion sensitive techniques (serum) with the help of AUL 983 electrolyte analyzer. To assess exercise induced changes paired ‘t’ test was used before and after exercise and ANOVA was employed to findout significant variations on exercise induced rise in electrolytes for trained and untrained groups. The level of confidence was fixed at 0.05. Acute effect of aerobic exercise significantly reduce the electrolyte level in the muscles and internal fluids for bath trained and untrained man loss of electrolytes can result in heat cramps or muscle cramps.Pages: 143-145 | 842 Views 34 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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V Gopinath. Effect of acute exercise on electrolyte response among trained and untrained men. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(6):143-145.