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A conceptual framework for performance diagnosis and training prescription from submaximal gas exchange parameters--theory and application.
- T. Meyer, A. Lucia, C. Earnest, W. Kindermann
- EngineeringInternational journal of sports medicine
- 1 February 2005
An applicable framework for the evaluation of endurance capacity as well as for the derivation of exercise prescription by the use of two gas exchange thresholds: aerobic (AerTGE) and anaerobic (AnTGE).
Physiological characteristics of badminton match play
- O. Faude, T. Meyer, F. Rosenberger, M. Fries, Günther Huber, W. Kindermann
- BiologyEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology
- 1 May 2007
High average intensity of badminton match play and considerable variability of several physiological variables demonstrate the importance of anaerobic alactacid and aerobic energy production in competitivebadminton.
Lactate kinetics and individual anaerobic threshold.
- H. Stegmann, W. Kindermann, A. Schnabel
- EducationInternational journal of sports medicine
- 1 August 1981
It can be demonstrated that with increasing aerobic capacity the lactate concentration at the IAT decreases, thus emphasizing the need for individual assessment.
Blood Hormones as Markers of Training Stress and Overtraining
An intraindividually decreased maximum rise of pituitary hormones (corticotrophin, growth hormone, cortisol and insulin has been found after a standardised exhaustive exercise test performed with an intensity of 10% above the individual anaerobic threshold, suggesting an impaired hypothalamic regulation.
The significance of the aerobic-anaerobic transition for the determination of work load intensities during endurance training
- W. Kindermann, G. Simon, J. Keul
- EducationEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology and…
- 1 September 1979
A new arrangement of concepts for the anaerobic and aerobic-anaerobic threshold (as derived from energy metabolism) is suggested, that will make possible the determination of optimal work load intensities during endurance training by regulating heart rate.
Lactate Threshold Concepts
Within this review, LTs are considered valid performance indicators when there are strong linear correlations with (simulated) endurance performance and a close relationship between LT and MLSS indicates validity regarding the prescription of training intensities.
Diagnosis of Overtraining
There has been little improvement in recent years in the tools available for the diagnosis of OTS, and measurements at rest of selected blood markers or hormones including the ratio between (free) serum testosterone and cortisol are not useful in the diagnosis.
Running exercise of different duration and intensity: effect on endothelial progenitor cells in healthy subjects
- U. Laufs, A. Urhausen, G. Nickenig
- Medicine, BiologyEuropean journal of cardiovascular prevention and…
- 1 August 2005
The data support the notion that increased numbers of EPC correlate with cardiovascular health and suggest EPC quantification as a novel surrogate parameter of the vascular effects of exercising, which may represent an important beneficial outcome of physical exercise.
Risk factors for injuries in elite female soccer players
It seems appropriate to individualise preventive training programmes, as is recommended for other training content, to decrease injury risk in elite female soccer players.
Impaired pituitary hormonal response to exhaustive exercise in overtrained endurance athletes.
- A. Urhausen, H. Gabriel, W. Kindermann
- MedicineMedicine and science in sports and exercise
- 1 March 1998
The hypothesis of a hypothalamo-pituitary dysregulation during OT expressed by an impaired response of pituitary hormones to exhaustive short-endurance exercise is confirmed.