17th Annual ECSS-Congress, Bruges 2012

Abstract details

Abstract-ID: 1325
Session: [OP-BN13] Coaching: Team sport I
Lecture room: Live 10
Date & time: 24.06.2015 / -
Title of the paper: Ischemic-hyperemic training induces muscular hypertrophy
Authors: ELMOHR, H.
Institution: Faculty of Physical Education
Department: Department of Health Science
Country: Egypt
Abstract text Ischemic-hyperemic training induces muscular hypertrophy Aim Identification of the mechanism by which the ischemic-hyperemic training induces muscular hypertrophy. Experimental design Groups Thirsty athletes registered in Egyptian Federations of Sports (football, handball, karate) were homogeneously divided into five equal groups, so that each group consists of six athletes (two in each game),Control group, G1 subjected to ischemic-hyperemic training method with one training load per day, G2 three training loads per day, G3 five training loads per day and G4 seven training loads per day. Instrument Arterial Closure Apparatus (A. C. A.) (Designed by the author, Patent number WO/2012/076023). Variables a) Morphometric measurements Circumferential morphometric measurements in the following regions; 5 cm above the ankle, 5 cm above and 5 cm below the knee, middle of leg, middle of thigh and above the pelvic joint). b) Bilateral isokinetic measurements c) Biochemical and molecular variables  IGF-1) Insulin-like growth factor)  HSCs) Hematopoietic Stem Cell) Results and discussion 1) Morphometric measurements  The increased load of ischemic-hyperemic training is directly proportion with the increased surface area of muscles. 2) Bilateral isokinetic measurements a) Bilateral isokinetic measurements to detect the strength of muscles acting on the knee and ankle joints.  The increased load of ischemic-hyperemic training is directly proportion with the strength of muscles acting on the knee and ankle joints. b) Bilateral isokinetic measurements to detect the bearing ability of muscles acting on the knee and ankle joints.  The increased load of ischemic-hyperemic training is directly proportion with the bearing ability of muscles acting on the knee and ankle joints. c) Biochemical and molecular changes 1. Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) and Hematopoietic Stem Cell (HSCs) : The increased load of ischemic-hyperemic training is directly correlated with the decreased serum level of (IGF1 serum and blood HSCs number ) during ischemia and exercise. The increased load of ischemic-hyperemic training is inversely correlated with the increased serum level of (IGF1 serum and blood HSCs number ) during and after hyperemia. 2- In muscle biopsy (gene expression): The increased load of ischemic-hyperemic training is directly correlated with the increased gene expression level of (IGF1 serum and blood HSCs number ) in the muscles during and after hyperemia.
Topic: Coaching
Keyword I: Ischemic-hyperemic training
Keyword II: training induce
Keyword III: muscular hypertrophy