Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The effect of (HIT) training on immune globulins and white blood cells for amateur weightlifters after the return of activity from the mandatory quarantine for the Covid-19 epidemic


Ahmed Taha Salim*, Maath Abdull Kareem and Saleemah Abdullah Alwan

The aim of the research is to identify an appropriate training method that raises the levels of immune globulins (IgA, IgM, IgG) and white blood cells and the effect of training by (HIT) method using resistance (weights) as a training curriculum that increases immunity and ensures the continuation of the pills after the return of activity from the stone The response to the Covid-19 epidemic among amateur weightlifters, the researchers relied on the method of trace analysis in an experimental way by conducting a pre-, medial and post-test with the same experimental one agroup on a sample of amateur weightlifters in the Fury private hall for weightlifting and body building in Adhamiya, the number of sample members reached (15 players) who interrupted training during the spread of the Covid 19 virus, and data treatment with (SPSS) system, and the conclusions were as follows, the effect of (HIT) training is effective in improving immune globulins (IgA, IgM, IgG) and white blood cells in light of the Corona pandemic And that the use of resistance (weights) according to the (HIT) method, which depends on the rest time equal to or slightly more than the training time had the effect of increasing the concentration of immune globulins and increasing the concentration of blood cells. White blood within the level.


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