Ellahe Fakhr Tabatabai, Ahmad Hematfar, Shahriar Saeidian, Effects of Anaerobic Exercise in the Morning and Evening Sessions on some Coagulation Factors in Non-Athletes Female Students of Islamic Azad University of Sanandaj, ILNS Volume 10, International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 10)
    The purpose of the present research is compare the effects of coagulation factors in non-athletes gilrs after exhaustive anaerobic activity sessions in the morning and evening. Present study was semi-emprical that was done on 12 non-athlete female students in range of 18-24 years. Exercise protocol was RAST test, that in which each person passed amain 35 meters of distance for 6 times and rest 10 seconds between each stage. Blood sampling was performed Once in the morning (8 am) and a later week in evening (5 pm) in two stages (before and after). Datas were analyzed with Kolmogorov Smirnov test, Levine's test and two-way ANOVA level (p < 0/05 ). The results showed that there was not significative difference between the effects of an anaerobic activity in the morning and in the evening on hematocrit, platelet, partial time Thromboplastin (PTT), Prothrombin time (PT) and fibrinogen in non-athletic subjects. Findings showed that training for normal persons, non-athletes and patients, especially patients with clotting problems, and cardiovascular disease will be suggeste, each activity to be act with caution at morning and during the day.
    Anaerobic Activity, Blood Coagulation, Fibrinogen, Fibrinolysis, Partial Thromboplastin, Platelets, Prothrombin