A.S. Pavlov,1, A. A. Petrov2
1Proffessional ice hockey club CSKA, Moscow, Russia.
2Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE), Moscow;
Annotation. The paper considers the problem of water consumption during training and competitive activities of hockey players. Data on the importance of water as an important component of all biochemical reactions in the body are presented. Analysis of the results of studies on the dehydration of the human body in the process of performing physical work indicates a noticeable decrease in the physical and mental performance a person during dehydration. The paper notes that the loss of fluid and salts during training and competitive work can lead to dehydration and disruption of the water-salt balance of the body. Information is given on the greater efficiency of the assimilation of low-mineralized monostructured water by the human body. The authors stated the need for adequate replenishment of the fluid lost by the athlete’s body in the process of training and competitive activities. It has been proven that the optimal water intake by athletes during work partially (up to 70%) replenishes the loss of body fluids. The opinion of many experts about the inadmissibility of drinking water during the performance of active physical work by athletes has been refuted. Recommendations are given to ensure a good drinking regimen for hockey players.
Key words: ice hockey, training, water, drinking regimen, working capacity, recovery. Продолжить чтение
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