- The survey (anamnesis)
- The stress test
- Healthcare examinations
- Assessment of the training condition
- Assessment of the quality of the previous training
- Creation of an individual training program
The aim of the sports medical check-up is to identify diseases and risk factors that could be dangerous for a physically active person. The test should help newcomers and recreational athletes in recreational sports, ambitious recreational athletes and competitive athletes to find a suitable sport and the optimal training. This means that in people with existing illnesses, it is important that the sport does no harm. The sports medical check consists of a survey, various technical tests and possibly laboratory tests.
The survey (anamnesis)
It covers existing illnesses and ongoing treatments. In addition, the doctor asks about the previous sports activities and the regular training.
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The stress test
The stress test is usually carried out in the form of a bicycle ergometry with stress ECG and blood pressure measurement. For a meaningful test, the burden must be increased to subjective exhaustion. Ergometry also examines blood pressure and exercise ECG for pathological changes such as high blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmias, or signs of constriction of the coronary arteries (CHD).
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The basic examination of the sports medical check is the electrocardiogram (ECG). It is also useful to have a blood test to check the function of liver, kidneys, fat (cholesterol, HDL, LDL), and sugar metabolism. However, in young people under the age of 35, the blood test is not necessarily part of the study. ECG and blood sampling are not specific sports medicine measures and can in principle be performed by any general practitioner, general practitioner or internist as a check-up.
Depending on the planned load, age and previous history of the person being examined, the Sports Medicine Check contains further technical examinations, for example a lung function test (spirometry) or an ultrasound examination of the heart (echocardiography). In some cases, the doctor additionally initiates an X-ray examination, a computerized or magnetic resonance tomography.
Assessment of the training condition
The assessment is based on the result of ergometry. The individual performance is compared to a normal value, which is derived using tables of gender, height, weight and age. The training state is therefore given as a percentage. For example, 130 percent or just 85 percent of normal. The training condition can be used to assess whether the condition is sufficient for personal projects and goals (for example, for a four-hour marathon or for a longer trekking tour).
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Mud football, swamp snorkeling, office chair races, mobile phone throwing - curiosities from the world of sport!
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If normal football is too boring, you can switch from the grass to the mud. When Sumpffußball the players are sometimes up to his knees in the mud.
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Falling in the swamp is allowed...
... or even a must. There is then a 25-meter-long giant sauna to sweat out of the pores after the game sticking on all body part swamp again.
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Meanwhile, the dirty sport...
... not only popular with men, so there is even a separate world championship with mixed teams.
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Sumpfootball was originally...
... as the ultimate condition test for Finnish skiers and soldiers. Because shooting and running really cost strength.
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Office chair race
As one should say once again, office stallions are unsportsmanlike - at the German championship in the office chair race participants race down a mountain.
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On fast rolls...
... it goes down a nearly 200 meters long, sloping road. To get more speed, the racers are only allowed to use their hands and feet.
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Office chair race
... is an absolute hit. There are no rules on how to sit on the chairs: but apparently the prone position should be a good racing position - but you can also get to your destination seated.
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Mobile Phone Throwing
At the annual Mobile World Throwing Championship in Finland, athletes try to throw their mobile devices as far as possible. The record is 94.97 meters. The origin of the competition should be rage about failing mobile phones.
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Forget shot put, rowing and pole vaulting - swamp snorkeling is still a marginal group sport. But we see Olympic potential. In Wales, about 100 participants meet each year to make sure the fens are equipped with fins and snorkels. Swamp snorkeling is a real challenge...
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Not only the smell and the temperature of the mud holes...
... are anything but pleasant - Swarms of bloodthirsty mosquitoes fall over the athletes as soon as they get out of the mud bath again. The best fairing does not help!
Assessment of the quality of the previous training
If the training has methodological errors or is too much overall, the training state is significantly worse than expected on the basis of the training. This can be estimated by comparing the previous training with the measured training condition. In such cases, the training can be optimized by appropriate advice.
Creation of an individual training program
The training program includes the personal training heart rate, information on the individually appropriate amount of training for the beginning of the training as well as the systematic increases in the extent of training until reaching the personal training goal. This can be a multi-month or even multi-year program.