The effect of training on the norepinephrine response at rest and during exercise in 5 degrees and 20 degrees C environments.

@article{Mitchell1990TheEO,
  title={The effect of training on the norepinephrine response at rest and during exercise in 5 degrees and 20 degrees C environments.},
  author={Joel B. Mitchell and M. Gaffney Flynn and Allan H. Goldfarb and Vic Ben-Ezra and T L Copmann},
  journal={The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness},
  year={1990},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={235-40}
}
Eleven males were examined at rest and during submaximal exercise in 5 degrees C and 20 degrees C environments to determine if the norepinephrine (NE) and other physiological responses in the cold would be altered by eight weeks of training. Blood samples were obtained at the end of 15 minutes of rest and submaximal exercise, and were assayed for NE. Pretraining resting NE levels in the 5 degrees C condition were significantly higher than those found in the 20 degrees C environment (684 +/- 89… CONTINUE READING