Catecholamine and blood lactate responses to incremental rowing and running exercise.

@article{Weltman1994CatecholamineAB,
  title={Catecholamine and blood lactate responses to incremental rowing and running exercise.},
  author={Arthur L. Weltman and Chris M Wood and Christopher J. Womack and Samuel Eddie Davis and Jeffrey L. Blumer and Julian Alvarez and K. H. Sauer and Glenn A. Gaesser},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={76 3},
  pages={1144-9}
}
Ten collegiate rowers performed discontinuous incremental exercise to their tolerable limit on two occasions: once on a rowing ergometer and once on a treadmill. Ventilation and pulmonary gas exchange were monitored continuously, and blood was sampled from a venous catheter located in the back of the hand or forearm for determination of blood lactate ([La]) and plasma epinephrine ([Epi]) and norepinephrine ([NE]) concentrations. Thresholds for lactate (LT), epinephrine (Epi-T), and… CONTINUE READING

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