Lajos Ángyán

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We studied the degree of dependence on vision of static postural control among ten male adult ironmen and ten healthy subjects (firemen, control group) who took part in regular physical activity, and the perturbations of equilibrium after prolonged exercise in ironmen. Static postural stability was measured during standing on a single-force platform(More)
The changes in postural control in elderly people after an 8-week training course were characterized. Static postural stability was measured during standing on a single force platform first with the eyes open and then with the eyes closed. Body sway was analysed on a force plate in groups of elderly and of young subjects. Half of the elderly subjects then(More)
The objective of this study was to examine the precision of reaching movements to remembered target distances in the lack of visual information. Subjects were professional basketball players and nonathlete university students. The basketball players, having well-trained manual skills, performed better than the non-athlete students. Increase in the(More)
The electrical stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus (STN) caused a conspicuous increase in arterial blood pressure (BP), heart rate (HR) and respiratory rate (RR) in freely moving cats. The pulse pressure (PP) increased significantly following an initial decrease at the beginning of the 10 s long stimulation. A rebound bradycardia occurred after switching(More)
The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the importance of the athlete's motor capabilities in success in sport. More precisely, the association of anthropometrical and physiological attributes, as well as motor abilities of elite basketball players with play elements of basketball. The subjects were seven elite basketball players. At the end of(More)
The challenges in public health associated with sedentary lifestyle underline the need to prepare physicians to give appropriate medical counselling and exercise prescription. In addition, the medical students' lifestyle and physical fitness suggest changes in medical education. Physical education as a criterion subject in our medical school curriculum(More)
Increase in the arterial blood pressure (BP), heart rate (HR), and respiratory rate (RR) was regularly evoked by electrical stimulation of the globus pallidus (GP) in awake, freely moving cats. The somatomotor responses to GP stimulations consisted of either slow movements, localized mainly on the head, or contraversive circling. Both the peak and the shape(More)
The purpose of this study was to assess anthropometrical, somatomotor, and cardio respiratory characteristics of athletes and non-athletes subjects to establish which effects of the organized physical training discriminate well between them. Subjects were 61 athlete and non-athlete medical students. Four groups were formed relying upon gender and physical(More)