Acute Exercise and Oxidative Stress: CrossFit™ vs. Treadmill Bout

@inproceedings{Kliszczewicz2015AcuteEA,
  title={Acute Exercise and Oxidative Stress: CrossFit™ vs. Treadmill Bout},
  author={Brian Kliszczewicz and C. John Quindry and Leopold Blessing and Dave Oliver and R. Michael Esco and James Kyle Taylor},
  booktitle={Journal of human kinetics},
  year={2015}
}
CrossFit(™), a popular high-intensity training modality, has been the subject of scrutiny, with concerns of elevated risk of injury and health. Despite these concerns empirical evidence regarding physiologic stresses including acute oxidative stress is lacking. Therefore, the purpose of this investigation was to examine the acute redox response to a CrossFit(™) bout. Furthermore, these findings were compared to a high-intensity treadmill bout as a point of reference. Ten males 26.4 ± 2.7 yrs… CONTINUE READING
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