In recent years, numerous scientific facts have been appearing and showing that the quality of the physiological reactions depends not only on gender, age, level of training of the subject, but also on the ethnic characteristics of the organism (Doctor Repalova N.V.(2006, 2007; Russia – Kursk State Medical University. Departmente of normal physiology), Doctor Cecília Amaro de Lolio, from the University of São Paulo, from the department of epidemology of public health faculty, on her work ''Epidemiology of hypertension'' (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil), doctor . P. F. Ama, J. A. Simoneau, M. R. Boulay, O. Serresse, G. Theriault, J. Roberts and T. Drizd, and C. Bouchard from the American physiology societ, Aghajanian, NA, AI Elfimov, Ermakova NV, Severin, A., Radysh IV, Shastun SA Zheltikov, AA, 1981 - 2006, etc.)
All of the above made an interesting study of the hemodynamic changes under the influence of exercise "great pendulum" counter-clockwise from the set of "Slavic gymnastics" among representatives of various ethnic groups.
Earlier studies (Repalova NV, 2006, 2007) showed that the implementation of exercise "Big pendulum" counter-clockwise ("BM") of a set of "Slavic gymnastics" (SG) leads to a statistically significant increase in blood pressure (BP).
In our study involved 69 volunteers, 30 of whom were Indian, 9 Chineses and 8 of Nigerians and 22 Brazilians aged 18 to 25 years. In the first phase of the experiment all participants were asked to exercise "great pendulum" of a set of "Slavic gymnastics" counter-clockwise for 5 minutes. In the second phase of the experiment were asked to perform the activity "slopes" from a standard set of exercises in about 5 minutes. At all stages of pre-and post exercise blood pressure was measured at Korotkoff method and heart rate (HR).
Analysis of the results showed that changes in hemodynamic parameters in the study group during exercise as "BM" counter-clockwise, and during exercise, "slopes" were not statistically significant. So up to the exercises "BM" initial systolic blood pressure of 111 ± 1,62 mm Hg after exercise - 111 ± 1 mm Hg. of Art. Diastolic blood pressure before the BM was 71 ± 1,55, after - 70 ± 1,38 mm Hg. of Art. Pulse has changed from 73 to 75 ± 1,56 ± 1,59 beats / min. Exercise "slopes" change systolic blood pressure from 113 ± 1,57 mm Hg to 116 ± 2,18 mm Hg, diastolic blood pressure from 71 ± 1,49 mm Hg. of Art. to 73 ± 1,46 mm Hg., the pulse-to 75 ± 1,55 ± 1,84 to 77 beats / min.
Thus, these data suggest a significant difference in hemodynamic changes in people of different ethnic groups under the influence of exercise BM counterclockwise from the complex is the SG.