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Blood Hormones as Markers of Training Stress and Overtraining
SummaryAn imbalance between the overall strain experienced during exercise training and the athlete’s tolerance of such effort may induce overreaching or overtraining syndrome. Overtraining syndromeExpand
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Impaired pituitary hormonal response to exhaustive exercise in overtrained endurance athletes.
The aim of the present prospective longitudinal study was to investigate the hormonal response in overtrained athletes at rest and during exercise consisting of a short-term exhaustive endurance testExpand
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Cell-derived microparticles promote coagulation after moderate exercise.
UNLABELLED Cell-derived procoagulant microparticles (MP) might be able to contribute to exercise-induced changes in blood hemostasis. PURPOSES This study aimed to examine (i) the concentration andExpand
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Ergometric and psychological findings during overtraining: a long-term follow-up study in endurance athletes.
In the present prospective longitudinal study 17 male endurance trained athletes (cyclists and triathletes; age 23.4+/-6.7 years, VO2max 61.2+/-7.5 ml x min(-1) x kg(-1); means+/-SD) wereExpand
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Release of pro-coagulant microparticles after moderate endurance exercise
To the editor, Elevated plasma concentrations of cell-membranederived microparticles (MP) are found in many diseases such as sepsis, cancer, and diabetes mellitus [1, 2]. Various cell types are knownExpand
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The acute immune response to exercise: what does it mean?
The purpose of this article is to provide information about the exercise-induced alterations of cellular immune parameters depending on the intensity related to the individual anaerobic thresholdExpand
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Does prolonged cycling of moderate intensity affect immune cell function?
Background: Prolonged exercise may induce temporary immunosuppression with a presumed increased susceptibility for infection. However, there are only few data on immune cell function after prolongedExpand
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Is determination of exercise intensities as percentages of VO2max or HRmax adequate?
UNLABELLED Often exercise intensities are defined as percentages of maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) or heart rate (HRmax). PURPOSE The purpose of this investigation was to test the applicability ofExpand
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Adhesion molecules during immune response to exercise.
Cell-cell and cell-matrix contacts are dependent on cell surface density, localization, and avidity state of adhesion molecules. These adhesion molecules are involved in all steps of the leukocyte'sExpand
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Blood coagulation and fibrinolysis after extreme short-term exercise.
INTRODUCTION Maximal exercise may be a trigger for cardiovascular events. The aim of the study was to investigate changes in blood coagulation and fibrinolysis following maximal short-term exercisesExpand
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