Sport medicine and safety at work

  • Paola V. Gigliotti | pao.gigliotti@gmail.com Department of Medicine, University of Perugia, Ospedale “Santa Maria della Misericordia”; Laboratory of Sport Physiology, San Candido-Innichen, Italy.
  • Alexander Piratinskij The Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation.
  • Saadsaoud Foued Universite de Msila, Algeria.
  • Igor Diemberger Institute of Cardiology, University of Bologna, Azienda Ospedaliera S. Orsola-Malpighi, Italy.
  • Rezhna Adil Rasheed Erbil Polytechnic University, Kurdistan, Iraq.
  • Giorgio Fanò-Illic IIM-Interuniversity Institute of Myology; A&C M-C Foundation for Translational Myology, Padova; Free University of Alcatraz, Santa Cristina di Gubbio, Italy.
  • Francesco Coscia Department of Medicine, University of Perugia, Ospedale “Santa Maria della Misericordia”; Servizio Provinciale di Medicina dello Sport Ospedale Brunico-Bruneck e San Candido-Innichen, Italy.

Abstract

As humans become more and more sedentary, physical capacities also become lost along with aerobic fitness, muscular strength, coordination, and action-reaction time. This situation can lead to not only absence from work (back pain is the most common reason in European Union (EU), but especially, workplace accidents. In this article, we want to combine our experience with exercise physiology and physical capacities with our medical work in a critical environment. We tested over ten years, the fitness profile of 1200 Italian Alpine Soldiers, and gave them a scientific training program. We obtained a trained and homogeneous team (homogeneous, in terms of aerobic and anaerobic fitness). Here, we detail changes to aerobic and anaerobic fitness resulting because of soldiers’ participation in a training program. We consider this method necessary for safe work in a critical environment.

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2020-04-01
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Focus on 30 Years of Translational Mobility Medicine - Communications
Keywords:
fitness profile, critical environment, homogeneous team, training
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Gigliotti, P. V., Piratinskij, A., Foued, S., Diemberger, I., Rasheed, R. A., Fanò-Illic, G., & Coscia, F. (2020). Sport medicine and safety at work. European Journal of Translational Myology, 30(1), 107-110. https://doi.org/10.4081/ejtm.2019.8878

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