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πŸ“ Metabolic Stress And High Intensity Exercise

Exercise-induced catecholamine responses are related to exercise intensity and are affected by the preceding training regimen. Although most investigations of catecholamine responses to training have utilized aerobic exercise models, it is likely that anaerobic training regimens will produce a considerably different physiological profile. Furthermore, depending on the acute resistance exercise variables (i.e., choice of exercise, order of exercise, rest intervals, load, volume of exercise), considerable physiological variation exists between different exercise protocols. To date, few studies have investigated catecholamine responses to an anaerobic overtraining models

Updated on July 7, 2020

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