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Background and Aim: Exercise can influence hematological parameters related to performance. The purpose of this study was to determine the acute effect of single session of competition like specific exercise on hematological indices in members of Iranian national aerobic gymnastics team. Materials and Methods: In this semi-experimental study, seven male members of Iranian national aerobic gymnastics team (mean age 22.78 ± 1.72 years; weight, 68.50 ± 3.50kg; height, 172.50 ± 4.07 cm) voluntarily participated. The exercise session was about 32 min consisting of 10 min of general warm-up, 1 min and 45 seconds of specific group exercises with music, 10 min of specific warm-up, 6 min of reviewing the exercises, 4 min of relaxation and meditation, and 1 min and 45 seconds of the main competition at the end. 10 ml blood samples pre and post exercise were taken from arm vena. To examine changes in the hematological variables, dependent t-test was used at PResults: Significant increases were found in platelet percent (p=0.02), blood cell count (p=0.01) and lymphocyte count (p=0.001); while other hematological parameters did not change significantly (p>0.05) after a session of competition like specific exercise. Conclusions: Based on many unchanged hematologic parameters in this study, it seems that details of exercise training program don’t disturb hematological factors induced by exercise mode in aerobic gymnastic athletes.
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