Hormonal and metabolic response to three types of exercise of equal duration and external work output

@article{Vanhelder2006HormonalAM,
  title={Hormonal and metabolic response to three types of exercise of equal duration and external work output},
  author={W. P. Vanhelder and Manny W Radomski and Robert C. Goode and Kathleen K. Casey},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={337-342}
}
SummaryFive normal men, aged 20–30 years, participated in three types of exercise (I, II, III) of equal duration (20 min) and total external work output (120–180 kJ) separated by ten days of rest. Exercises consisted of seven sets of squats with barbells on the shoulders (I; Maximal Power Output $$\dot W$$ max=600−900 W), continuous cycling at 50 rev · min−1 (II; $$\dot W$$ max=100−150 W) and seven bouts of intermittent cycling at 70 rev · min−1 (III; $$\dot W$$ max=300−450 W).Plasma cortisol… 

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