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Journal of Ergonomics Research.

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Research Article, J Ergon Res Vol: 3 Issue: 1

Ecologically Adverse Aspects of Small Muscle Group Performance

Popova TV1*, Kourova OG2 and Koryukalov YI3

1Leading expert at the Research in Sports and Educational Center, South Urals State University, Chelyabinsk. Russia

2Ecology and Chemical Technologies Department, South Urals State University, Chelyabinsk, Russia

3Director, Neurotechnology, Scientific and Production Company, LLC. Chelyabinsk, Russia

*Corresponding Author : Popova TV
Leading expert at the Research in Sports and Educational Center of South Urals State University, Chelyabinsk. Russia
Tel: 89085771729
E-mail:
tati.popova2010@yandex.ru

Received: April 21, 2020 Accepted: May 04, 2020 Published: May 11, 2020

Citation: Popova TV, Kourova OG, Koryukalov YI (2020) Ecologically Adverse Aspects of Small Muscle Group Performance. J Ergon Res 3:1. doi: 10.37532/jeor.2020.3(1).110

Abstract

Obective: Adaptive body responses to local muscular performance tests in adults of four age groups from 18 to 90 were studied. local muscular performance tests measured by means of a Mossoergograph. The methodology involved measurements taken before and after tests. patterns of statistical values of heart rhythm were observed, a sign of elevated strain in the central regulatory mechanisms of subjects doing tests, which came in the shape of slow waves on electroencephalograms. performance can lead to occupational diseases and is ecologically adversary to the human body. Keywords: Local load; Blood pressure; Electrocardiogram; Electroencephalogram; Working environment

Keywords: Local load, Blood pressure, Electrocardiogram, Electroencephalogram, Working environment

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