Smaller muscle ATP reduction in women than in men by repeated bouts of sprint exercise.

@article{EsbjrnssonLiljedahl2002SmallerMA,
  title={Smaller muscle ATP reduction in women than in men by repeated bouts of sprint exercise.},
  author={Mona Esbj{\"o}rnsson-Liljedahl and Kristina Bodin and Eva K. Jansson},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={93 3},
  pages={1075-83}
}
It was hypothesized that the reduction of high-energy phosphates in muscle after repeated sprints is smaller in women than in men. Fifteen healthy and physically active women and men with an average age of 25 yr (range of 19-42 yr) performed three 30-s cycle sprints (Wingate test) with 20 min of rest between sprints. Repeated blood and muscle samples were obtained. Freeze-dried pooled muscle fibers of types I and II were analyzed for high-energy phosphates and their breakdown products and for… CONTINUE READING
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