Evaluation of stress responses to interval training at low and moderate altitudes.

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PURPOSE The purpose of the present field study was to explore whether extensive interval training (IT) performed with a similar behavior of blood lactate (LA) at an altitude of 1800 m (ALT) and near sea level (SL) goes along with a comparable hormonal, metabolic, and acute phase response in highly trained endurance athletes. METHODS Twelve distance… (More)

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@article{Niess2003EvaluationOS, title={Evaluation of stress responses to interval training at low and moderate altitudes.}, author={Andreas Michael Niess and Elvira Fehrenbach and Gunther Strobel and Kai Roecker and Elisabeth Marion Schneider and Julia Buergler and Simone Fuss and Rainer Lehmann and Hinnak Northoff and H. H. Dickhuth}, journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise}, year={2003}, volume={35 2}, pages={263-9} }