Differential Training Tasks Trigger the Decrease of Concatenation between Cardiovascular Parameters

Deivydas Velička, Gilija Bernotienė, Kristina Poderienė, Alfonsas Vainoras, Jonas Poderys

Abstract


Background. A lot of studies have shown the Differential Training (DT) is more effective than the traditional
training based on repetition at constant conditions. The aim of this study was to find the changes in dynamical
concatenation between ECG parameters during the DT task.
Methods. Participants (13 healthy adult males) performed two balance tests standing on LIBRA balance board.
Continuous ECG registration during both balance tests and during the rest was 3 minutes. The changeable parametric
interactions and its dynamics during exercise tasks while monitoring ECG parameters and its data sequences analysis
based on mathematical method based on matrix theory were applied, the concatenation between ECG parameters
were analysed.
Results. Results obtained during the study showed that there were no drastic differences between ECG parameters
while performing both balance tests. The concatenation between analysed ECG parameters increased or there was
no significant change. The decrease of concatenation was observed during the second task while the participants
performed the squats standing on the balance board. This type of change in concatenation was found during the
analysis of all ECG parameters, i.e. between duration of RR intervals and QRS, between JT and RR intervals and
between QRS and JT intervals.
Conclusion.  DT  tasks  trigger  the  decrease  of  concatenation  between  cardiovascular  parameters  that  allows
discussing about the hypothesis that decrease of concatenation between systemic regulatory commands and cardiac
metabolic changes could be one of possible chain activating and enhancing the efficiency of long-term adaptation at
conditions of DT.

Keywords:  cardiovascular system, concatenation, Differential Training.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33607/bjshs.v4i103.71