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Intervention efficacy of medical supervision in continuous overload training for special forces soldiers

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陆军军医大学学报(原第三军医大学学报)[ISSN:1000-5404/CN:51-1095/R]

Issue:
2019年第11期
Page:
1038-1043
Research Field:
军事医学
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Title:

Intervention efficacy of medical supervision in continuous overload training for special forces soldiers

Author(s):

SHENG Li WANG Wang CHEN Nansheng WU Di JING Yanfang LIU Lei RAO Fang

Laboratory Center of Special Operations, Guangzhou Military Camp, Army Special Operations Forces College, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, 510500; 2Research Center for Nutrition and Food Safety, Chongqing Key Laboratory of Nutrition and Food Safety, Chongqing Medical Center of Nutrition, Faculty of Military Preventive Medicine, Army Medical University (Third Military Medical University), Chongqing, 400038, China

 

Keywords:

special operational unit intensity of continuous overload training assembled students for training physiological and biochemical monitoring training medical supervision
 

PACS:
R821.23; R821.3; R872
DOI:
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Abstract:

Objective To explore the intervention efficacy of medical supervision in continuous overload training for special forces soldiers, and to understand the pattern and characteristics of physical functions at different stages of training. Methods A total of 78 sergeant students were subjected by cluster sampling from those assembled to participate in a mode of continuous overload training in May 2018. Then they were randomly divided into experimental group (n=38) and control group (n=40). Systematic medical services were provided to the subjects of the experimental group, while the control group was trained according to the original training plan. The routine physiological and biochemical indicators were measured to assess their in-class function, including vital capacity, grip strength, back muscle strength, vertical jump, and hemoglobin (HB), creatine kinase (CK), blood urea (BU), urinary protein (PRO), and urinary occult blood (BLD). Results The results of physiological indicators showed that after continuous overload training, significant differences were found in vital capacity, grip strength, back muscle strength and vertical jump between the 2 groups at 4 training periods (beginning of training, and 1, 3 and 5 weeks after training) (P<0.01). The results of biochemical indicators indicated that except for PRO and BLD, there were no significant differences in the other biochemical indicators (HB, CK, BU) between the 2 groups in 3 different training stages [pre-training, mid-training (3rd week) and immediately after training] (P<0.01). Conclusion Medical supervision of continuous overload training shows military training value and good intervention effect on fatigue recovery and training effectiveness. It is suggested that it should be popularized and applied in overload training for special operations force.
 

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Last Update: 2019-06-06