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Effects of competitive pentathlon training on the antioxidant defence components

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The Effect of High-Intensity Exercise on Changes of Blood Concentration Components in Algerian National Judo Athletes

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Concentrations of retinol, α-tocopherol, copper, zinc and iron in plasma of young subjects differing in their engagement in motor activities

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Effects of winter survival training on selected motor indices

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The contribution of paraoxonase 1 and myeloperoxidase to HDL-cholesterol functionality

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The resting salivary antimicrobial proteins and cortisol concentration in wrestlers during 12-week training

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Female athletes and health

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Omega-3 fatty acids and exercise: a review of their combined effects on body composition and physical performance

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