Gymnastics physiology

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O2) τ of young people is ~20 seconds with maximal values of pO2 being reached within ~80 seconds. During high-intensity exercise aerobic resynthesis of ATP gradually increases with time and…

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Endocrinology

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In this chapter, we shall review the GH/IGF-1, HPG, and HPA axes, initially focusing on developmental changes that occur as a child ages and matures and then moving to a…

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The evolution of gymnastics

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s.” The aristocratic young men devoted considerable time to practicing various athletic endeavors to be contested at religious festivals. They also received education in music, letters, and philosophy. The word…

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Skeletal health of gymnasts

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Comparisons of site-specific loading in young jockeys (mean age 19 years) with age-matched controls showed lower bone strength at the tibia. However, at other occupationally specific sites such as the…

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Biomechanics related to injury

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In Artistic Gymnastics, mechanical load acts on the biological response matrix in a single or a multiple series over seconds, hours, days, weeks, and years. The mechanical exercise stimulus (MES)…

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