Effect of 6 weeks of sprint training on growth hormone responses to sprinting
Stokes, K. A., Nevill, M. E., Cherry, P. W., Lakomy, H. K. A. and Hall, G. M., 2004. Effect of 6 weeks of sprint training on growth hormone responses to sprinting. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 92 (1-2), pp. 26-32.
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This study examined the effect of 6 weeks of prescribed sprint training on the human growth hormone (hGH) response to cycle ergometer sprinting. Sixteen male subjects were randomly assigned to a training (n=8) or a control (n=8) group. Each subject completed two main trials, consisting of two all-out 30-s cycle-ergometer sprints separated by 60 min of passive recovery, once before, and once after a 6-week training period. The training group completed three supervised sprint-training sessions per week in addition to their normal activity, whilst control subjects continued with their normal activity. In the training group, peak and mean power increased post-training by 6% (P
|Creators||Stokes, K. A., Nevill, M. E., Cherry, P. W., Lakomy, H. K. A. and Hall, G. M.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Health|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000221692200004|
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