Hormonal responses in athletes: the use of a two bout exercise protocol to detect subtle differences in (over)training status

@article{Meeusen2004HormonalRI,
  title={Hormonal responses in athletes: the use of a two bout exercise protocol to detect subtle differences in (over)training status},
  author={R. Meeusen and M. F. Piacentini and B. Busschaert and L. Buyse and G. De Schutter and J. Stray-Gundersen},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={91},
  pages={140-146}
}
  • R. Meeusen, M. F. Piacentini, +3 authors J. Stray-Gundersen
  • Published in
    European Journal of Applied…
    2004
  • DOI:10.1007/s00421-003-0940-1
In overtrained athletes, several signs and symptoms have been associated with the imbalance between training and recovery. However, reliable diagnostic markers for distinguishing between well-trained, overreached (OR) and overtrained (OT) athletes are lacking. A hallmark feature of overtraining syndrome (OTS) is the inability to sustain intense exercise and recover for the next training or competition session. We therefore devised a test protocol utilizing two bouts of maximal work. With this… CONTINUE READING

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