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Editor's Note, Metabolic Responses to Weight Lifting

Corresponding Author: Arnold Nelson Co-Authors: Article in press: Editor's Note, The ability to lift heavy loads while performing multiple repetitions is not only highly correlated with muscle mass or the total number actomyosin interactions, but also metabolic functions that includes substrate concentrations and by-product removal.  Muscles use adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in at least three locations during exercise; to run the actomyosin interaction, operate...

Exercise As Therapy for Gestational Diabetes: What's the Evidence?

Corresponding Author: Mark Wilson Co-Authors: Rami Shenouda Article in press: Exercise As Therapy for Gestational Diabetes:  What’s the Evidence? Rami Shenouda 1, Mark Wilson 1 1Orthopaedic Registrar, North West Regional Hospital, Burnie, Tasmania, ABSTRACT: Men and women differ greatly in their physiology; they are able to undertake different types and levels of activity, and also respond differently physiologically to aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Women...

Changes in the functional state of young players with different strength of the nervous system

Corresponding Author: Georgiy Polevoy Co-Authors: Article in press: The purpose of the article is to get and summarize the data obtained in the new study, namely the change in the indicators of the functional state of 11-12 year-old players having different typological peculiarities of the nervous system. The leading methods to research this problem are ascertaining and formative pedagogical experiment, theoretical analysis and summarizing of...

The effect of 8 weeks deep-aquatic exercises on static balance and lower body strength among elderly men

Corresponding Author: Mansour sahebozamani Co-Authors: Ehsan Seyedjafari, Ramin Beyranvand, Ehsan Ebrahimipoor, Mahboube Razavi Article in press: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of deep aquatic exercises on lower body strength and balance among elderly men. Thirty elderly men over 65 years old were randomly divided into two equal groups including experimental and control groups. Experimental group participated in a deep aquatic exercise...

Effects of endurance training and herb supplementation on tissue nesfatin-1/nucleobindin-2 and ghrelin mRNA expression

Corresponding Author: Abbass Ghanbari-Niaki Co-Authors: Hossein Shirvani, Abbass Ghanbari-Niaki *, Saleh Rahmati-Ahmadabad, Vahid sobhani Article in press: ABSTRACT: The aim of present study was to investigate the effects of aerobic training with and without Pistacia-atlantica (Bane) extraction as a plant rich in fatty acids, on rat tissues nesfatin-1/nucleobindin-2 and ghrelin gene expression and also on plasma lipid and lipoproteins profiles. Twenty healthy and intact...

Time to failure and neuromuscular response to intermittent isometric exercise at different levels of vascular occlusion: a randomized crossover study

Corresponding Author: Mikhail Santos Cerqueira Co-Authors: Rafael Pereira, Taciano Rocha, Gabriel Mesquita, Cláudia Regina Oliveira de Paiva Lima, Maria Cristina Falcão Raposo, Alberto Galvão De Moura Filho Article in press: Objectives: The purpose this study was to investigate the effects of different vascular occlusion levels (total occlusion (TO), partial occlusion (PO) or free flow (FF)) during intermittent isometric handgrip exercise (IIHE) on the time to failure...

The Influence of Various Recovery Modalities on Performance Tasks in Basketball Players

Corresponding Author: Settings Jourdan R Myles Co-Authors: Settings C. Matt Lee Settings Marialice Kern Article in press: This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of three recovery strategies during high-intensity intermittent exercise. Nine male basketball players (age, 23.11 ± 2.8 years; height, 1.83 ± 0.1 m; body mass, 81.87 ± 11.2 kg) completed a series of 3 randomized trials. Each...

The acute effect of high intensity aerobic training on ANP and Endothelin-1 in obese women

Corresponding Author: Rouhollah Haghshenas, Assistant professor of exercise physiology, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran. Co-Authors: Mohsen Ebrahimi; Assistant professor of Exercise Physiology, Faculty of Human Sciences, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran. Samaneh Nazemian Master science of Exercise Physiology, Faculty of Human Sciences, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran Article in press: The prevalence of overweight and obesity have increased dramatically worldwide and together they constitute a major risk...

Evaluation of pulmonary function for estimation of peak oxygen consumption through the respiratory gas analysis and allometric equation in boy student

Corresponding Author: Seyyed Reza Attarzadeh Hosseini Co-Authors: Keyvan Hejazi Article in press: Purpose: Allometry is a method of expressing the relationship between physiological and anatomical variables, which can be used in order to measure the vital capacity through mathematical equations. This study investigated the evaluating lung function indices in order to estimate the maximal aerobic power by respiratory gas analysis device and the allometric equation....

Effect of short-term aerobic exercise and green tea consumption on MFO, Fatmax, body composition and lipid profile in sedentary postmenopausal ‎women

Corresponding Author: Nahid Bijeh Co-Authors: Marjan Rostamian mashhadi Article in press:     Background: Visceral fat accumulation due to the decrease in estrogen levels, and gaining weight after menopause, increases the risk of metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular diseases in postmenopausal women; while physical activity at maximum fat oxidation intensity (Fatmax) and green tea consumption are recommended for increasing fat oxidation. The aim of this...

Does chronic smoking affect induced-exercise catecholamine release?

Corresponding Author: Gökhan İpekoğlu Co-Authors: Gökhan İpekoğlu, Ozan Sever, Süleyman Gönülateş , Akan Bayrakdar , Erkal Arslanoğlu, Cansel Arslanoğlu, Ahmet Mor, Fatma Filiz Çolakoğlu Article in press: Introduction and objectives: This study was performed to investigate the acute effect of the submaximal aerobic exercise upon epinephrine and nor-epinephrine levels in chronic smokers and non-smoker.  The study was carried out upon 10 regular (15>...
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