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The Effect of Sauna and Wrestling on Blood Sodium, Potassium and Urea in Elite Wrestlers

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"c om ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479 The Effect of Sauna and Wrestling on Blood Sodium, Potassium and Urea in Elite Wrestlers 1Mahraz Moradi, 2Saeid Shakerian ∗, 2Mehdi Zarghami, 3Hamid Aghili nasab 1. In athletic acute weight loss through reduction of strength and endurance , power and capacity of aerobics and anaerobic, increase protein metabolism and dangerous like thermal disease same as muscle cramp , thermal exhausting or heatstroke , muscle and likely liver glycogen depletion , heart rate increasing, plasma and blood volume reduction can became harmful for health and sport performance. So the aim of this study survey the effect of one wrestling session on rate of blood sodium, potassium and urea in Khuzestan elite wrestlers whose results could practical and useful. RESULTS Finding of this study indicate that wrestlers blood urea in sauna and one day after training (in post vs. Blood electrolyte (potassium) in attention to pre and posttest of wrestlers in sauna and significant level means that the amount of potassium in elite wrestlers has a significant change."

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227 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

228 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

METHOD

20 subjects‌ of‌ Khuzestan‌ elite wrestlers voluntarily participated in this survey. Control group (mean [_SD] height 174.5±2, weight 82.68±1, BMI 22.5±1). This study consists‌ of‌ sauna‌ and maximal training and wrestling. Blood samples were‌ taken‌ from wrestlers and Control group. Independent t-test and Pearson correlation were used for survey of significance in each group‌ in‌ pre‌ and posttest. The level of statistical significance was set at‌ p<0.05. Values are expressed as mean ± SD.

RESULTS

Finding of this study indicate that wrestlers blood urea‌ in‌ sauna‌ and one day after training (in post vs. pretest) had a significant‌ change‌ in training group (0.05).

The rate of blood electrolyte (sodium) did not have any significant change‌ in‌ significance‌

(p<0.5).

Likewise, in wrestling session in pre and posttest wrestling blood sodium‌ in‌ the‌ significant level

(p<.271) like sauna session did not have significant change on wrestlers‌.

Blood‌ electrolyte‌ (potassium) in attention to pre and posttest of wrestlers in sauna and significant level‌ means‌ that the amount of potassium in elite wrestlers has a significant change. Also, the‌ rate‌ of‌ potassium in pre and posttest at the wrestling session is significant in the level‌ of‌ (p<0.011). This finding indicates augment in exclusion of blood electrolyte of potassium‌ in‌ two‌ sessions of sauna and wrestling.

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CONCLUSIONS

The results of this‌ study‌ indicated that wrestlers blood urea in sauna (in post vs. pretest) in‌ training‌ group‌ (p<0.05) and the rate of urea in the day of training (in post vs‌. pretest‌) had‌ a significant change (p<0.05).

Finding about urea in sauna and wrestling was‌ compatible‌ with the study of Morteza solimani

(2011) and Mohammad Reza Ramezanpour , Javad Mohammadkhani but in contrast‌ with‌ Babing et al (2009).

229 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

230 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9