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Exercise training prevents hyperinsulinemia, muscular glycogen loss and muscle atrophy induced by dexamethasone treatment
This study investigated whether exercise training could prevent the negative side effects of dexamethasone. Rats underwent a training period and were either submitted to a running protocol (60% physical capacity, 5 days/week ...
Estratégias para reposição do glicogênio muscular em futebolistas
Soccer is the most played and popular sport in the world, it has acyclic movements with different intensities, played intermittently during the game. Although its energy demands are predominantly aerobic, the elite players ...
Metabolic and Performance Responses to Carbohydrate Intake During Exercise
During exercise, an adequate supply of substrates is required for the continuing resynthesis of ATP in working muscles. Muscle fibers have limited stores of creatine phosphate, glycogen, and triglycerides and so must also ...
Muscular glucose metabolism in middle-age trained rats
Aging decreases the normal organism physiological functions. On the other hand, physical exercise shows health benefits, but little information is known about physical deconditioning at aging. The aim of the present study ...
Effects of exercise on muscle metabolites and sarcoplasmic reticulum function in ovariectomized rats
(Czech Academy of Science, 2002-12)
The relationships between exercise and metabolites as well as between exercise and sarcoplasmic reticulum function were studied in gastrocnemius muscle of ovariectomized-trained rats. Prolonged moderate-intensity exercise, ...