Effect of Sports Animal Model on Exercise Performance and Fatigue Resistance in Rats

  • Xin Jiang
Keywords: Fatigue Resistance, Sports Animal Model, Exhaustive Swimming, Establishment


The theme of this paper is about the function, establishment, and optimization of the sports animal
model (SAM), focusing on studying the effect of the sports animal model (SAM) on D-galactose-induced rat
exercise performance, fatigue resistance, and related physiological indexes. In this experiment, a sports animal
model was established. After preliminary optimization, in vitro antioxidation and bacteriostatic study was
performed on the SAM to provide a reference for the production and application of SAM. The rats were
randomly divided into a normal control group, an aged model group, a low-dose SAM group, a middle-dose
SAM group, and a high-dose SAM group. After the implementation of SAM for 20 consecutive d, the
swimming time and fatigue index were determined in detail. The results suggested that SAM could prolong the
exhaustive swimming time, reduce the contents of BUN, BLA, and MDA, and significantly increase the
retention of HG, MG, SOD, and LDH. In summary, SAM had excellent fatigue resistance. This study may
provide a theoretical basis for developing anti-fatigue drugs based on SAM.