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    Title: Monitoring the training effect in different periods in elite athletes
    Authors: 林彥廷;Lin, Yen-Ting;張振崗;Chang*, Chen-Kang
    Contributors: 體育室
    Keywords: training;taper;detraining;testosterone;cortisol
    Date: 2009-01
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 15:24:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Performance of elite athletes depends on their technical, physiological and psychological abilities. Different sports
    require various levels of aerobic, anaerobic, speed, power, agility, and strength capacities. Elite athletes and athletes
    who aim to become elite usually train year-round with carefully designed training programs. The close monitoring of
    physical capacities during the entire training period is essential for elite athletes to investigate the effect of the training
    program and determine if the recovery is sufficient. This study summarized the changes in aerobic and anaerobic
    capacity in different training periods in athletes of various sports. In addition to fitness tests, testosterone-to-cortisol
    ratio may be a useful indicator for the balance between anabolic and catabolic states. Testosterone-to-cortisol ratio may
    be measured in different training periods to estimate the degree of recovery
    Relation: international journal of sport and exercise science
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