Adaptation in Sports Training

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Taylor & Francis, Dec 27, 1994 - Medical - 320 pages
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Founded on an analysis of scientific literature and backed by an abundance of references, this timely new book examines problems related to sports training, as well as the concept that training-induced changes are founded on adaptive protein synthesis. Discussions include:
  • Alterations in the organism's adaptivity during exercise training
  • Intracellular control of protein synthesis points on molecular mechanisms in exercise training
  • Endocrine mechanisms with regard to acute adaptation during exercise, as well as amplification and post-translation control of the adaptive protein synthesis
  • Practical benefits of the adaptation process in training
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