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CROSSFITTRAINING CHANGES BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR AND IRISIN LEVELS AT REST , AFTER WINGATE AND PROGRESSIVE TESTS , AND IMPROVES AEROBIC CAPACITY AND BODY COMPOSITION OFYOUNG PHYSICALLY ACTIVE MEN AND WOMEN

@inproceedings{Wojna2016CROSSFITTRAININGCB,
  title={CROSSFITTRAINING CHANGES BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR AND IRISIN LEVELS AT REST , AFTER WINGATE AND PROGRESSIVE TESTS , AND IMPROVES AEROBIC CAPACITY AND BODY COMPOSITION OFYOUNG PHYSICALLY ACTIVE MEN AND WOMEN},
  author={Judi Wojna},
  year={2016}
}
Regular physical activity brings about beneficial changes in the organism that can be observed on many levels of its organization, including the molecular one (remodeling). It fosters an improvement in overall physical performance as well as in the ef ficiency of ener gy processes, cardiovascular fitness, improvement in nerve-muscle coordination and also in cognitive function and memory (1). All the adaptive changes result in an increased tolerance of fatigue, allow faster restitution and… 

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