Combined effects of neck muscle trainings and central nervous system electric tranquilizing tools on static-kinetic balancing skills of fast-moving system operators

Combined effects of neck muscle trainings and central nervous system electric tranquilizing tools on static-kinetic balancing skills of fast-moving system operators

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Dr.Biol., Professor A.V. Lysenko1
PhD, Associate Professor Т.А. Stepanova1
Dr.Med., Professor L.G. Buynov2
PhD, Associate Professor L.A. Sorokina2
1Academy of Physical Culture and Sport of Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
2Department of medical-valeological disciplines of Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St. Petersburg

The study analyzes benefits of the combined effects of the neck muscle trainings and central nervous system electric tranquillization tools on the equilibrium sense of the fast-moving system operators. The study was completed at an aviation school and timed to the scheduled medical examination of the entrants. Sampled for the study were the 17-18 year-old individuals, with the uninterrupted Coriolis effect accumulation tolerance test rates of less than 2min. The Experimental Group (EG) was subject to special neck training practices and central nervous system electric tranquillization practices. The Reference Group was subject to placebo central nervous system electric tranquillization sessions only, without neck training practices. Both of the groups were tested straight after and 1, 2 and 3 months after the central nervous system electric tranquillization and neck training practices cycles.
The study data and analyses showed benefits of the combined central nervous system electric tranquillization / neck training practices training cycle as verified by the prolonged and high positive effects versus the previously tested training model intended to improve the equilibrium sense of the fast-moving system operators.

Keywords: job-specific working capacity, physical loads, equilibrium sense, central nervous system electric tranquillization.

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