Effect of aerobic training on the plasma ACTH response to exercise

Effect of aerobic training on the plasma ACTH response to exercise 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 ‘a 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 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Physiology The American Physiological Society

Effect of aerobic training on the plasma ACTH response to exercise

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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 ‘a 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

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Published: Dec 1, 1987

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