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Influence of tart cherry juice on indices of recovery following marathon running
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The cherry juice appears to provide a viable means to aid recovery following strenuous exercise by increasing total antioxidative capacity, reducing inflammation, lipid peroxidation and so aiding in the recovery of muscle function. Expand
Elevation in cerebral blood flow velocity with aerobic fitness throughout healthy human ageing
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Regular aerobic‐endurance exercise is associated with higher MCAv in men aged 18–79 years, and the persistence of this finding in older endurance‐trained men may help explain why there is a lower risk of cerebrovascular disease in this population. Expand
Exercise-induced cardiac troponin T release: a meta-analysis.
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Exercise-induced cTnT release is apparent in almost half of the endurance athletes who have been studied to date, and relatively heavy individuals competing in shorter endurance events, primarily running marathons, are slightly more likely to demonstrate elevated cTNT postexercise than other athletes. Expand
Exercise-induced cardiac troponin elevation: evidence, mechanisms, and implications.
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This paper will review the biochemistry, prevalence, potential mechanisms, and management of patients with exercise-induced cTn elevations, consistent with cardiac damage after bouts of exercise in apparently healthy individuals. Expand
Does the Human Heart Fatigue Subsequent to Prolonged Exercise?
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There are large gaps in knowledge of what specific factors related to exercise might facilitate functional changes in EICF, and it is important that future research utilises reliable and valid biochemical techniques to address these aetiological factors. Expand
Cardiovascular consequences of completing a 160-km ultramarathon.
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It is likely that factors other than myocardial damage or strong vagal reactivation contributed to postexercise decreases in LV function after an ultramarathon and the mechanisms behind such consequences remain unknown. Expand
Changes in vascular and cardiac function after prolonged strenuous exercise in humans.
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Data from the present study suggest a transient depression in cardiac and leg vascular function following prolonged intensive exercise. Expand
Mitral annular myocardial velocity assessment of segmental left ventricular diastolic function after prolonged exercise in humans
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The lack of change in E/E′ from pre‐ to post‐race suggests that the depression in diastolic function is likely to be due to altered relaxation of the left ventricle; however, the exact aetiology of this change remains to be determined. Expand
Altered cardiac function and minimal cardiac damage during prolonged exercise.
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The physiologic stress imposed by the half-ironman triathlon resulted in a reduced left ventricular contractility and altered diastolic filling, coupled with minimal cardiac damage in a number of highly trained male triathletes. Expand
Corticomotor excitability contributes to neuromuscular fatigue following marathon running in man
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Results suggest that fatigue after a marathon was attributable to both a disturbance of the contractile apparatus within the muscle and submaximal output from the motor cortex. Expand
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