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AuthorChrismas, Bryna Catherine Rose
AuthorTaylor, Lee
AuthorSieglar, Jason Charles
AuthorMidgley, Adrian Wayne
Available date2017-02-08T06:22:14Z
Publication Date2017-01
Publication NameResearch in Sports Medicineen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15438627.2016.1258641
CitationBryna Catherine Rose Chrismas, Lee Taylor, Jason Charles Siegler & Adrian Wayne Midgley (2017): "Muscle-damaging exercise 48 h prior to a maximal incremental exercise treadmill test reduces time to exhaustion: is it time to reconsider our pretest procedures?" Research in Sports Medicine volume 25, issue 1
ISSN1543-8627
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5226
AbstractPretest guidelines typically stipulate that no exercise should be performed 48 h prior to a maximal incremental exercise ðMIEÞ test. However, no study has specifically investigated if this timescale alters key outcome variables associated with MIE. Twenty apparently healthy males split into two equal groups performed MIE during three visits (visits 1 – MIEEXP1, 2 – MIEEXP2 and 4 – MIEEXP3). The experimental group only, performed muscle-damaging exercise during visit 3. From MIEEXP2 to MIEEXP3 average time to exhaustion (TTE) decreased by 45 s (9%) (p < 0.01), maximum blood lactate decreased by 1.2 mmol/L (11%) (p = 0.03), and perceived readiness decreased by 8 mm (18%) (p = 0.01). There were no changes in any MIE variables in the control group (p ≥ 0.37). Performing MIE 48 h following muscle-damaging exercise impairs specific, but not all, physiological outcome variables.
Languageen
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Subjectexercise induced muscle damage
Subjectdelayed onset muscle soreness
SubjectVO2max
Subjecttime to exhaustion
Subjectrunning
TitleMuscle-damaging exercise 48 h prior to a maximal incremental exercise treadmill test reduces time to exhaustion: is it time to reconsider our pretest procedures?
TypeArticle
Pagination11-25
Issue Number1
Volume Number25
dc.identifier.essn 1543-8635


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