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Effects of multi-ingredient supplementation on resistance training in young males

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Resistance Training for Children and Adolescents: From a Physiological Basis to Practical Applications

REFERENCES 1. Behringer, M., Vom Heede, A., Yue, Z., & Mestrer, J. (2010). Effects of resistance training in children and adolescents: a meta-analysis. Pediatrics, 126(5), 1199–1210. 2. Faigenbaum, A.D., Lloyd, R.S., & Myer, G.D. (2013). Youth resistance training: past practices, new perspectives and future directions. Pediatric Exercise Science, 25(4), 591-604. 3. Ignjatović, A., Stanković, R., Radovanović, D., Marković, Ž., & Cvećka, J. (2009). Resistance training for youth. Facta Universitatis Series Physical Education and Sport, 7

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The Effect of Different Resistance Training Load Schemes on Strength and Body Composition in Trained Men

Introduction Resistance training (RT) is a very popular form of physical training for increasing strength and skeletal muscle mass. Adaptive responses to RT include the enhancements of general health, body composition, and athletic performance ( Kraemer et al., 2002a ). For each purpose, different RT schemes are recommended through manipulation of the acute training variables, such as the load, volume, frequency, rest interval, velocity of execution, range of motion, as well as the choice and order of exercises ( American College of Sports Medicine [ACSM

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Neuroendocrine Responses and Body Composition Changes Following Resistance Training Under Normobaric Hypoxia

accelerated the increase in muscle strength ( Nishimura et al., 2010 ). According to a recent report, occlusion training (i.e., local hypoxia) alone can limit muscle atrophy in case of muscle disuse and induce hypertrophy when coupled with resistance training ( Loenneke et al., 2012 ). However, there appears to be a threshold corresponding to ~4500 m of altitude above which hypoxia does not induce any beneficial effects on muscle hypertrophy when combined with resistance training ( Friedman et al., 2003 ). Based on the above observations, we attempted to test in a

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Resistance Training in Type 2 Diabetic Patients Improves Uric Acid Levels

Med, 2002; 1: 31-41 Hameed UA, Manzar D, Raza S, Shareef MY, Hussain ME. Resistance training leads to clinically meaningful improvements in control of glycemia and muscular strength in untrained middle-aged patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. N Am J Med Sci, 2012; 4: 336-343 Hunter GR, McCarthy JP, Bamman MM. Effects of resistance training on older adults. Sports Med, 2004; 34: 329-348 Kaminsky LA. ACSM's resource manual for Guidelines for exercise testing and prescription (5 ed.). Baltimore, MD: Lippincott

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The Effects of Terminating Creatine Supplementation and Resistance Training on Anaerobic Power and Chosen Biochemical Variables in Male Subjects

References Arciero P. J., Hannibal N. S.,3 rd , Nindl B. C., Gentile C. L., Hamed J., Vukovich M. D. Comparison of creatine ingestion and resistance training on energy expenditure and limb blood flow. Metabolism. 2001, 50:1429-1434. Bessman S. P., Geiger P. J. Transport of energy in muscle: the phosphorylcreatine shuttle. Science , 1981, 211: 448-452. Branch J. D. Effect of creatine supplementation on body composition and performance:A meta-analysis. Int. J. Sports Nutr. Exerc

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Effect of 16 Weeks of Resistance Training on Fatigue Resistance in Men and Women

References Abe T, DeHoyos DV, Pollock ML, Garzarella L. Time course for strength and muscle thickness changes following upper and lower body resistance training in men and women. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2000; 81: 174-180 American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Progression models in resistance training for healthy adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2009; 41: 687-708 Avin KG, Naughton MR, Ford BW, Moore HE, Monitto-Webber MN, Stark AM, Gentile AJ, Law LA. Sex differences in fatigue resistance are muscle group

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Resistance training alone or combined with leucine supplementation improves the serum lipid profile of diabetic rats, whereas leucine alone does not

with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 86, 1527–1533, 2005. Costa RR, Lima AC, Tagliari M, Martins KLF. Effects of resistance training on the lipid profile in obese women. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 51, 169–177, 2011. D’Souza DM, Al-Sajee D, Hawke TJ. Diabetic myopathy: impact of diabetes mellitus on skeletal muscle progenitor cells. Front Physiol 20, 379, 2013. Donato JJr, Pedrosa RG, Cruzat VF, Pires IS, Tirapegui J. Effects of leucine supplementation on the body composition and protein status of rats submitted to food restriction

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Effect of creatine ethyl ester supplementation and resistance training on hormonal changes, body composition and muscle strength in underweight non-athlete men

. Recent findings. Sports Med., 35(2): 107-125. DOI: 10.2165/00007256-200535020-00002. 4. Bemben M.G., Witten M.S., Carter J.M., Eliot K.A., Kne-hans A.W., Bemben D.A. (2010) The effects of supplementation with creatine and protein on muscle strength following a traditional resistance training program in middle-aged and older men. J. Nutr. Health. Aging , 14(2): 155-159. DOI: 10.1007/s12603-009-0124-8. 5. Beyleroglu M. (2011) The effects of maximal aerobic exercise on cortisol and thyroid hormones in male field hockey players. Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol

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Isokinetic Dynamometry and 1RM Tests Produce Conflicting Results for Assessing Alterations in Muscle Strength

previously proposed ( Bland et al., 1986 ). Although the agreement between strength measures seems to be a basic question to be asked, we were not able to find any studies directly addressing this issue. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to compare strength gains assessed by leg press 1RM and knee extensors PT tests in young men undergoing resistance training. Material and Methods Experimental approach The participants performed 11 week resistance training, conducted twice a week, with a minimum interval of 48 hours between following sessions. Initially

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