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Studying the response of NGF and FGF-2 to weight training and judo training in judoka females
Roya Mohammadi, Vahid Valipour Dehnou *
Lorestan University
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Introduction and purpose: Exercise modes can be divided into open skill exercise and closed skill exercise. Also, different types of exercise have different effects on factors related to improving cognitive function. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effect of a judo training session (open skill) and a weight training session (closed skill) on serum levels of NGF and FGF-2 in female judokas.
Material and Methods: In this quasi-experimental study, 11 female judokas (age: 25.60±3.57 years, weight: 66.20±9.60 kg, height: 165.40 ± 4.50 cm) voluntarily participated. Subjects participated in two sessions of judo and weight training for one hour 10 days apart. Blood samples were taken from the subjects five minutes before and after each training session. Serum levels of NGF and FGF-2 were measured by ELISA. Data analysis was performed by one-way ANOVA with repeated measures at the significance level of p<0.05.
Results: The results of one-way ANOVA with repeated measures showed that the serum levels of both NGF and FGF-2 variables increased significantly after both types of training (p<0.05). Also, serum levels of FGF-2 after weight training increased significantly more than judo training (p=0.001). However, changes in serum levels of NGF was the same after both training sessions (p=0.39).
Discussion and Conclusion: It seems that weight training and judo training have different effects on serum levels of FGF-2. Therefore, the mechanism of the effect of judo training and weight training on cognitive function may be different. Therefore, it is recommended to use different exercises to further improve cognitive function.
Keywords: Growth Factors, Cognitive Function, Open skill, Closed skill
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Received: 2022/07/2 | Accepted: 2022/08/23 | Published: 2022/09/21
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Mohammadi R, Valipour Dehnou V. Studying the response of NGF and FGF-2 to weight training and judo training in judoka females. Journal of Sport and Biomotor Sciences 2021; 26 (26) :77-84
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