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Abstract Background: Creatinine concentrations in athletes could be higher than in sedentary people due to higher muscle mass; a correlation between body mass index (BMI) and creatinine… Continue Reading
The aim of the present study was twofold. The first aim was to examine the influence of absolute and relative lower body muscle force on kinematic component which determine the start performance. The… Continue Reading
We investigated the iron-related haematological parameters in both male and female athletes participating in different sporting disciplines necessitating different metabolic energy demands. A total… Continue Reading
Resumen en: Work goal is determination of quantity indicators related to pointing action at sports fights at top-level female karate competitors. Pointing actions we...
The aim of the present study was to examine the association of proteins that regulate iron transport/storage content and acute phase response with oxidative stress in male and female athletes. Serum… Continue Reading
Studies of the role of various anthropometric, physiological, and biomechanical variables in performance of rapid movements have generally revealed inconsistent findings. Within this study, we tested… Continue Reading
Despite the effectiveness of HAART in controlling HIV-1 replication, the emergence of drug-resistant viruses in infected patients and the severe side effects caused by the currently used drug… Continue Reading
BACKGROUND/AIM Proper nutrition and regular physical activity are essential parts of a adolescent's overall health. The aim of this research was to evaluated eating and physical activity behaviours… Continue Reading
Background Injuries in volleyball are quite frequent and most likely caused by increased frequency, intensity and duration of training. Objective, setting The aim of the present study was to examine… Continue Reading
The aim of this work is to determine functional dimorphism (F(max)Nd/DoHG(iso)) and model characteristics at maximal isometric hand grip force (F(max)HG(iso)) in top level female athletes. 275 top… Continue Reading