Efficacy of Adaptogenic Supplements on Adapting to Stress: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
- Psychology, Medicine
The adaptogenic preparations, AD APT-232S or ADAPT-S, are safe and effective supplements for enhancing tolerance to physical and emotional stress as well as for the recovery of athletes during and after high–intensity exercise and competitions.
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Endocrine Responses to Exercise and Training
- Exercise and Sport Science
Physiological testing of the high-performance athlete
The purpose of physiological testing (J.D. MacDougall and H.A. Wenger) what do tests measure? (H.J. Green) testing strength and power (D.G. Sale) testing aerobic power (J.S. Thoden) testing anaerobic…
Blood Hormones as Markers of Training Stress and Overtraining
- BiologySports medicine
An intraindividually decreased maximum rise of pituitary hormones (corticotrophin, growth hormone, cortisol and insulin has been found after a standardised exhaustive exercise test performed with an intensity of 10% above the individual anaerobic threshold, suggesting an impaired hypothalamic regulation.
Behaviour of testosterone, sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), and cortisol before and after a triathlon competition.
- Biology, MedicineInternational journal of sports medicine
The data suggest an anabolic deficit lasting for several days as a result of prolonged physical strain in a 1/4 triathlon competition.
Plasma testosterone and cortisol responses to prolonged sculling in male competitive rowers
- Biology, MedicineJournal of sports sciences
It is indicated that a prolonged low-intensity training session results in a similar anabolic and catabolic hormone stimulus for trained rowers.
The behaviour of the plasma free testosterone/cortisol ratio during a season of elite rowing training.
- BiologyInternational journal of sports medicine
It remains to be demonstrated that periods of prolonged decreases in the level of the FTCR may finally lead to a situation of overstrain or overtraining in an athlete.
Effects of exercise on adrenocortical function.
- BiologyJournal of applied physiology
Free testosterone/cortisol ratio in soccer: usefulness of a categorization of values.
- MedicineThe Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness
An original, pragmatic and easy-to-use classification of FTCR values, in association with classical interpretations based on decreases of the values in comparison with previous athlete's result is applied.