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Mr Reza Amini, Dr Hamid Rajabi, Dr Mohamad Reza Amir Seifadini, Mr Koros Divsalar,
Volume 14, Issue 12 (10-2016)

The aim of the study, study of Changes in adiponectin, leptin, and plasma lipid profile of Inactive men the  result 24 session, playing futsal. In this study, 20 healthy men 20 to 30 years old, the experimental group (age: 23/5±2/58, weight: 69/36±14/48, body composition: 22/82±4/41) of controls (age: 24/6±2, weight: 68/22±12/71, body composition: 21/99±3/58) inactive randomly divided into control and experimental groups. Experimental groups in each session, indoor futsal training program for eight weeks and will run three sessions per week, while the control group had normal activity. Before the training program, and 48 h after the last session of play, 5 ml blood samples for measurement of adiponectin, leptin, and plasma lipid profile, blood was collected from the participants. After 48 hours of the last training session before the test was re-sampled in the same conditions. T-test results showed that exercise increased adiponectin and high-density lipoprotein and decreased leptin, low density lipoprotein, lipoprotein (a), triglycerides and cholesterol are, however, differences in adiponectin was not significant (P≤0.05). Overall, this study can be taken that these exercises in a short period of eight weeks futsal, adiponectin does not cause significant changes but the significant changes in leptin, high-density lipoprotein, low density lipoprotein, lipoprotein (a), triglycerides and cholesterol in the blood plasma.

Amir Milan Amini, Mohamad Fashi, Rana Fayaz Milani,
Volume 18, Issue 20 (11-2020)

This study aimed to assess the effects of acute calcium lactate supplementation intake on the performance and buffering capacity of elite amateur boxing athletes. 8 elite amateur boxers (180±4.33 cm, 24.12±3.68 years, Weight categories: -75, -64, -69, +81) were assigned to acutely receive calcium lactate (0.5 g, 80 mg calcium lactate/kg body weight) and placebo in a double-blind crossover design 90 minutes before the box competition. 90 minutes before, before competition and immediately after, blood samples were taken and lactate, PH, HCO3-, and PCO2 and also, average heart rate, and number of effective hand kick were evaluated. lactate and HCO3- significantly increased and decreased at three evaluation times in calcium lactate supplementation and placebo groups respectively (P<0.05). There was no significant difference between calcium lactate supplementation and placebo groups in lactate, pH, HCO3-, PCO2, heart rate and performance at three evaluation times (P>0.05) .Calcium lactate supplementation improves performance without significant changes in the buffering system. In other words, more effort with a similar acidity to placebo could indicate the effect of calcium lactate supplementation on the performance of amateur boxing athletes.

Mohammad Alimoradi, Mansur Sahebazamini, Roya Bigtashkhani,
Volume 19, Issue 22 (12-2021)

Background and Objective: The movement patterns play a key role in the incidence of non-contact ACL injuries. This study attempts to investigate the effect of the +11 program on the jump-landing pattern in female amateur soccer players. Methods: 30 female amateur soccer players were randomly divided into experimental and control groups (15 people in each group). The experimental group performed the +11 program 3 times per week for 16 weeks whereas the control group maintained their regular warm-up method during the study. The jump-landing pattern of the players was investigated by a Special football jump-landing task using the landing error scoring system. Results: The results of the study showed that the 16 weeks of implementation of the +11 program significantly improved the jump-landing error scores of the players in the experimental group. Also, comparison of the results between experimental and control groups showed that there is a significant difference between the two groups. Conclusion: It can be concluded that the +11 program could improve the jump-landing pattern of the female soccer players in pre_ participation evaluation (PPE). Therefore, trainers are advised to use this program as an alternative to regular warm-ups in order to prevent injury.

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