The effect of intense interval exercise on selected immunological, haematological and endocrinological parameters in trained male subjects
Exercise has an established ability to alter human physiological systems. However to this time much of the research in this area, and particularly that in relation to the human immune system, has focused on exercise that has required predominantly aerobic metabolism. Little research has been carried out into the physiological effects of intense interval exercise, commonly used as a training regime by athletes in sports such as track & field, ball sports and swimming. This study...[Show more]
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