Strenuous endurance training in humans reduces oxidative stress following exhausting exercise

@article{Miyazaki2001StrenuousET,
  title={Strenuous endurance training in humans reduces oxidative stress following exhausting exercise},
  author={Hiromi Miyazaki and Shuji Oh-ishi and Takako Ookawara and Takako Kizaki and Koji Toshinai and Sung Woo Ha and Shukoh Haga and Li Li Ji and Hideki Ohno},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={84},
  pages={1-6}
}
The aim of this study was to evaluate whether high-intensity endurance training would alleviate exercise-induced oxidative stress. Nine untrained male subjects (aged 19–21 years) participated in a 12-week training programme, and performed an acute period of exhausting exercise on a cycle ergometer before and after training. The training programme consisted of running at 80% maximal exercise heart rate for 60 min · day−1, 5 days · week−1 for 12 weeks. Blood samples were collected at rest and… CONTINUE READING
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