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The rate of lactic acid removal in relation to different baselines of recovery exercise
SummaryDuring strenuous exercise lactic acid (LA) appears in the blood as a result of anaerobic metabolism. The rate at which this LA was removed from the blood after exercise was seen to increase to… Expand
"ANABOLIC" EFFECTS OF METHANDIENONE IN MEN UNDERGOING ATHLETIC TRAINING
After failure to confirm an anabolic action of testosterone and its derivatives in rats, methandienone ('Dianabol', an "anabolic steroid" used by athletes) has been given to 11 athletic men during a… Expand
Effects of methandienone on the performance and body composition of men undergoing athletic training.
1. In a previous study of the effects of methandienone (Dianabol) on men undergoing athletic training, strength and performance increased, but not significantly more when the subjects were taking the… Expand
Cardiac frequency during submaximal exercise in young adults; relation to lean body mass, total body potassium and amount of leg muscle.
- J. Cotes, G. Berry, +4 authors A. Knibbs
- Biology, Medicine
- Quarterly journal of experimental physiology and…
- 16 July 1973
The cardiac frequency and consumption of oxygen during submaximal exercise, lean body mass, total body potassium, thigh muscle width and an index of thigh muscle volume have been obtained for… Expand
Prediction of total body potassium from anthropometric measurements.
Empirical relationships within the cardio-muscular system.
Computer quantitation of ST segment response to graded exercise in untrained and trained normal subjects.
A computer technique has been employed to record continuously the amplitude of selected points on the ECG waveform during and after graded exercise in untrained and trained young subjects. There was… Expand
Proceedings: Decline with age of cardiac frequency during submaximal exercise in healthy women.
LOWERED SKIN BLOOD FLOW AT EXHAUSTION
Shivering intensity in humans during immersion in cold water [proceedings].