The effect of air effort on the response of some blood and protein variables (globulin and albumin) and GPT-GOT enzymes in the blood serum of long-distance runners

Abstract

The researcher used the descriptive approach due to its suitability for the problem nature. A sample of (6) long-distance runners for Erbil Sports Club , selected from the advanced category and the homogeneity of the sample was used for height, weight and age. Then the researcher conducted the pilot study on runners to run 5,000 five thousand meters and it is an air effort without excluding them from the main experiment and without the blood drawing process to reveal the problems and difficulties encountered during the final experiment, then taking the blood during the rest period (the pre-test) to identify the level of variables that the researcher takes in their study, which are the blood variables, which are hemoglobin blood and blood PH (The albumin, globulin and GPT-GOT enzymes) .After four days, the researcher conducted the main experiment, immediately after the effort, the blood drawing process was done, then after five minutes during the recovery period, the blood was taken again to identify the comparison of protein variables. After that the statistical methods were used and the researcher reached the most important conclusions and recommendations such as:1- The presence of a significant increase in the albumin level immediately after the effort compared with the pre-effort state except for globulin, low after the effort.2- There was a significant increase in the level of GPT and GOT enzymes immediately after the effort compared to the rest value.3- There was no significant increase or decrease in the albumin and globulin variables after the hospitalization period compared with after the effort immediately.