A differential catecholamine response during prolonged exercise and passive heating.

@article{Powers1982ADC,
  title={A differential catecholamine response during prolonged exercise and passive heating.},
  author={Scott K. Powers and Edward T. Howley and Richard H. Cox},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1982},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={435-9}
}
Plasma catecholamines (Ca) increase over time during prolonged exercise at a constant work rate. Possible reasons for this include hypoglycemia, dehydration, increased perceived exertion, and rising body temperature. In an effort to ascertain the contribution of elevated core temperature on the plasma Ca response to prolonged exercise four trained men were studied under two thermal conditions during 45 min of bicycle exercise (approximately 60% Vo2max) and during passive heating. On one testing… CONTINUE READING

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