[Assessment of physical and sports aptitudes, overtraining prevention, and prevention of doping].

@article{Menier2000AssessmentOP,
  title={[Assessment of physical and sports aptitudes, overtraining prevention, and prevention of doping].},
  author={R J Menier and david. laplaud and François Dalmay and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Talmud},
  journal={Bulletin de l'Academie nationale de medecine},
  year={2000},
  volume={184 2},
  pages={
          431-44; discussion 444-6
        }
}
Present levels of training loads--which can exceed thirty hours a week for high level sportsmen--expose to overwork then to overtraining syndrome and finally to temptation of doping. At the same time testing techniques improve, particularly exercise tests with a linearly increasing load, and the follow-up of training effects on physical fitness provides more accurate data. The specialized literature has developed the notions of cardiac frequency reserve and of oxygen intake reserve within the… CONTINUE READING

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