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Journal:   RESEARCH ON SPORT SCIENCE   WINTER 2006 , Volume 3 , Number 9; Page(s) 45 To 67.
 
Paper: 

THE EFFECTS OF CRBOHYDRATE SUPPLEMENTATION ON IMMUNE CELL RESPONSES TO THREE 90 MINUTE INTERMITTENT EXERCISE SPECIFIC FOR SOCCER

 
 
Author(s):  FARAMARZI MOHAMMAD, GAEINI A.A., RAVASI A.A., KORDI M.R., GOUDARZI A.A.
 
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Abstract: 
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of three bouts of 90 minute high intensity intermittent exercise (specific for soccer) in a week along with carbohydrate supplementation on immune cell responses in soccer players.
Method: For this reason, twelve elite soccer players were selected from volunteers and divided in three groups of carbohydrate, placebo and control, respectively. They were studied in 12 daytime courses. For evaluation of immune cell responses blood samples were taken in six phase (Three phases in resting state and three phases immediately after exercise) and were analyzed in laboratory with respected method. One way analysis variance (ANOV A) and LSD post hoc test used for determination of any significance difference between groups.
Results: Results show that three boutsof90 minute high intensity intermittent exercise along with carbohydrate supplementation induce significant difference in leukocyte indices (P=0.012) and Meitrphil (P=0.005) in decarbohydrate and supplement groups, whereas, there were not any significant difference in cortisol, lymphocyte and glucose levels was higher in carbohydrate than plocebo group. In addition, after three session there significant increase in cortisol level of placebo group.
Conclusion: In it concluded that resting blood leukocyte and subpopulation may not change after three bouts of 90 minute high intensity in termitten exercise. While carbohydrate feeding appears to be affective in prolonged continuous exercise, it appears less effective is moderate and change in cortisol like as soccer. When overall intensity of exercise is moderate and change in cortiso land glucose level was less. It appear that carbohydrate supplementation have less effective on immune response to exercise.
 
Keyword(s): CARBOHYDRATE SUPPLE MENTATION, IMMUNE RESPONSE, INTERMITTENT EXERCISE
 
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