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Physical fitness, hormonal, and immunological responses during prolonged military field training Ojanen, Tommi; Jalanko, Petri; Kyröläinen, Heikki (Wiley Periodicals; American Physiological Society; Physiological Society, 2018)Physical fitness is crucial to warfighters’ performance in the battlefield. Previous studies have shown negative changes in their hormonal and neuromuscular responses induced by military field training (MFT). The purpose ...
Neuromuscular, hormonal and molecular responses to heavy resistance training in strength trained men : with special reference to various resistance exercise protocols, serum hormones and gene expression of androgen receptor and insulin-like growth factor-I Ahtiainen, Juha (University of Jyväskylä, 2006)The present study was designed to obtain more information on mechanisms leading to muscle hypertrophy by determination of the effects of different heavy resistance exercise protocols on acute and chronic neuromuscular and ...
Effect of Prolonged Military Field Training and Different Physical Training Programmes on Physiological Responses and Physical Performance in Soldiers Ojanen, Tommi (2022)To fulfil their required missions, soldiers need adequate physical fitness and sufficient ability to move in different terrains. During the Finnish conscript service, the physical fitness of conscripts can be improved to ...
Modifications of acute physiological stress response in whitefish after prolonged exposures to water of anthropogenically impaired quality Lappivaara, Jarmo (2001)Hatchery-reared, 1⁺- and 2⁺-year-old juvenile European whitefish, Coregonus lavaretus, were exposed to two kinds of anthropogenic waste waters, bleached kraft mill effluents (BKME) and iron supplemented peat water in ...
Physiological and autonomic stress responses after prolonged sleep restriction and subsequent recovery sleep in healthy young men van Leeuwen, Wessel M. A.; Sallinen, Mikael; Virkkala, Jussi; Lindholm, Harri; Hirvonen, Ari; Hublin, Christer; Porkka-Heiskanen, Tarja; Härmä, Mikko (Springer UK, 2018)Purpose Sleep restriction is increasingly common and associated with the development of health problems. We investigated how the neuroendocrine stress systems respond to prolonged sleep restriction and subsequent recovery ...