Effects of Training Status on Time Course Oxidative Stress Response to a Sub-maximal Exercise Test
Previous studies have reported inconsistent results on the effects of training status on the oxidative stress time course response to acute exhaustive exercise. Because exhaustive exercise to volitional fatigue is not commonplace for most exercise sessions in the general public, we sought to determine the influence of training status on the time course response of oxidative stress biomarkers to a sub-maximal exercise test.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
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Diaz, Keith M.; Feairheller, Deborah L.; Sturgeon, Kathleen M.; Williamson, Sheara T.; and Brown, Michael D., "Effects of Training Status on Time Course Oxidative Stress Response to a Sub-maximal Exercise Test" (2010). Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 723.
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