Hormonal response patterns are differentially influenced by physical conditioning programs during basic military training.

@article{Drain2017HormonalRP,
  title={Hormonal response patterns are differentially influenced by physical conditioning programs during basic military training.},
  author={Jace R. Drain and Herbert Groeller and Simon D Burley and Bradley C. Nindl},
  journal={Journal of science and medicine in sport},
  year={2017},
  volume={20 Suppl 4},
  pages={
          S98-S103
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Compare traditional military physical training and more contemporary physical training on catabolic and anabolic hormones and body composition in recruits undertaking basic military training (BMT). DESIGN A prospective cross-sectional study design. METHODS Two recruit intakes were assessed over the 12-week Australian Army BMT course. The control group (CON) comprised 40 recruits (26M/14F) and the experimental group (EXP) comprised 35 recruits (25M/10F). Hormone concentrations… CONTINUE READING
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