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Exercise Induced Muscle Damage and Immunosuppression: A Hindrance to Optimum Performance

@inproceedings{InternationalEditorial2017ExerciseIM,
  title={Exercise Induced Muscle Damage and Immunosuppression: A Hindrance to Optimum Performance},
  author={Open AccessOMICS InternationalEditorial},
  year={2017}
}
Exercise is beneficial for health and improves one’s level of performance. Different exercise protocols are prescribed by medical practitioners not only to prevent but also to cure serious health disorders. Traditional indigenous exercises are also of immense beneficial significance for healthy wellbeing. However, practicing an improper or unscientific training protocol may on the other hand be detrimental to health. Therefore, training guideline should be prescribed by certified personnel and… 

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