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The effects of nightly normobaric hypoxia and high intensity training under intermittent normobaric hypoxia on running economy and hemoglobin mass

Journal of Applied Physiology

Jun 9, 2007

Mituso NeyaTakashi Kawahara

Abstract

We investigated the effects of nightly intermittent exposure to hypoxia and of training during intermittent hypoxia on both erythropoiesis and running economy (RE), which is indicated by the oxygen cost during running at submaximal speeds. Twenty-five college long- and middle- distance ...read more

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Epilepsy, Reflex
Dioxygen
Uptake
Erythropoiesis
Running (Physical Activity)
Anoxemia
Hemoglobin Measurement
Eryhem
Altitude
Exhaustion
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The effects of nightly normobaric hypoxia and high intensity training under intermittent normobaric hypoxia on running economy and hemoglobin mass

Journal of Applied Physiology

Jun 9, 2007

Mituso NeyaTakashi Kawahara

PMID: 17556496

DOI: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00265.2007

Abstract

We investigated the effects of nightly intermittent exposure to hypoxia and of training during intermittent hypoxia on both erythropoiesis and running economy (RE), which is indicated by the oxygen cost during running at submaximal speeds. Twenty-five college long- and middle- distance ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Epilepsy, Reflex
Dioxygen
Uptake
Erythropoiesis
Running (Physical Activity)
Anoxemia
Hemoglobin Measurement
Eryhem
Altitude
Exhaustion

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Hypoxia

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Reflex Epilepy

Reflex epilepsy is a type of epilepsy caused by a certain stimulus. The most common reflex epilepsy is photosensitive epilepsy, brought on by flashing lights. Discover the latest research on reflex epilepsy here.

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Paper Details
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  • References30
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