Metabolic, body temperature and hormonal responses to repeated periods of prolonged cycle-ergometer exercise in men

@article{Kaciubaucilko1992MetabolicBT,
  title={Metabolic, body temperature and hormonal responses to repeated periods of prolonged cycle-ergometer exercise in men},
  author={H Kaciuba-uścilko and Barbara Kruk and Maria Szczypaczewska and B. Opaszowski and Elżbieta Stupnicka and B. Bicz and K. P. Abdul Nazar},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={64},
  pages={26-31}
}
This study was designed to find out whether rest intervals and prevention of dehydration during prolonged exercise inhibit a drift in metabolic rate, body temperature and hormonal response typically occurring during continuous work. For this purpose in ten healthy men the heart rate (t c), rectal temperature (T re), oxygen uptake (VO2), as well as blood metabolite and some hormone concentrations were measured during 2-h exercise at approximately 50% maximal oxygen uptake split into four equal… CONTINUE READING

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