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Development of algorithm for HR determination for athletes

DOI 10.18127/j15604136-201805-02

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Irina A. Kusyakina -  Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU), The second Bauman str., 5, Moscow, Russia

Contact: kusyakina123@mail.ru


In sports practice the most often as the criterion for assessing the intensity of physical load use heart rate (HR), i.e. there is a linear relationship between heart rate and training intensity. To endurance training was the most useful, it should be done with the intensity at which activated all the oxygen-transport system. At this intensity there is no accumulation of lactic acid (lactate). A qualitative assessment of the functional preparedness of a hockey player allows you to clearly assess the balance of its power supply systems. This knowledge may contribute to the improvement of his physical activity due to the competent use of a number of special training techniques, rather than "sports pharmacology", which very often borders on doping. There are a huge number of methods in which you can measure the values of heart rate. This article gives an example of measurement data values by electrical impedance method. For this, it is necessary to locate the device on the head, as it is less prone artifacts of motion.

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