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Effects of Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia, Acute and Chronic Exercise on Skeletal Muscle Na+,K+ATPase, Buffering Capacity and Plasma Electrolytes in Well-Trained Athletes
Abstract/OtherAbstract :
Endurance athletes may use hypoxic exposure, and high intensity interval training to
improve subsequent endurance performance. Research on the physiological adaptation
of athletes to these interventions has tended to focus on metabolic, haematological and
respiratory measures. Consequently, relatively little is known, in well-trained athletes,
about the effects of chronic intermittent hypoxia, acute and chronic exercise on skeletal
muscle Na+,K+ATPase, buffering capacity and plasma electrolytes. Thus the effects of
acute exercise and these interventions in well-trained athletes are the focus of this thesis.
Authors :
Aughey, Robert J.A.
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Publisher :  Victoria University. School of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance     Type :  -     Format :  -    
Date Detail :
2005
Subject :
chronic, hypoxia, skeletal muscle, well-trained athletes, endurance performance
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http://www.unsw.edu.au/help/disclaimer.html), Copyright Robert J.A. Aughey
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