BUONO, MICHAEL J., JOHN E. YEAGER, AND ANTHONY A. The 10 subjects were split into a control group and an &JCEC, Effect of aerobk training on the plasmaACTH response experimental group, each of wtdh contained two males The subjects for this study were 10 adult volunteers (4 male and 6 female). Written informed consent was obtained from each subject before testing. and three females. Each subject: reported to the laboratory at least 4 h postabsorptive on four separate occasions. On the first visit each subject performed a graded treadmill run to exhaustion. 02 uptdke was measured each minute of the run using open-circtit sgirometry (Alpha-Technologies, system 4400, Ltqtgtmna HiUs, CA). Maximal O2 uptake fvo 2 -) was deterzGn0d according to the criteria outlined by Taylor et al. (18). On the second visit, the subjects rest&t in a seat& position for PO min, after which âa lo-ml venous l&xxi sample was obtained by venipuncture from an tlfltecubjbital vein. Each subject then exercised on a G&&t cycle ergometer at 150 W for 15 min. A second venovs BIood sample was obtained immediately on completion of the exercise bout. After the second lab visit the subjects in the experimental group started
Journal of Applied Physiology – The American Physiological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1987
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