Effects of resistance exercise volume and nutritional supplementation on anabolic and catabolic hormones

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Effects of resistance exercise volume and nutritional supplementation on anabolic and catabolic hormones. / Williams, AG; Ismail, Ahmad; Sharma, A; Jones, David.

In: European Journal of Applied Physiology, Vol. 86, No. 4, 01.02.2002, p. 315-321.

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abstract = "Seven resistance-trained men performed six bouts of resistance exercise, each separated by at least 1 week, in a crossover design. High, moderate and low volumes of exercise were used, each performed twice and followed immediately post-exercise by either a placebo or carbohydrate-protein supplementation. All bouts of resistance exercise were performed using a load equal to 100% of each subject's ten-repetition maximum (10-RM), and all rest periods between sets of exercise were 1 min. Blood was obtained before and at intervals after exercise until 120 min post-exercise. Lactate levels were significantly (P",
keywords = "resistance exercise, cortisol, insulin, amino acids, growth hormone",
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KW - cortisol

KW - insulin

KW - amino acids

KW - growth hormone

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