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Journal:   OLYMPIC   SUMMER 2007 , Volume 15 , Number 2 (SERIAL 38); Page(s) 17 To 28.
 
Paper: 

THE INTERACTION EFFECTS OF VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENTATION AND AEROBIC TRAINING ON CK, LDH AND BLOOD LACTATE OF UNTRAINED MEN AFTER EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE

 
 
Author(s):  MIRZAEI B., DAMIRCHI A., MEHRABANI J.
 
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Abstract: 

Few studies about interaction effects of antioxidant supplementation and aerobic training showed different results. So, this study designed to investigate the interaction effects of vitamin E and aerobic training (55- 75% HRR) on some of the oxidative stress indexes. For this aim, 40 untrained, healthy and non-smoker male students (age=21.3±1.5 yrs, height=176±5.4cm, and weight=74.2±14 kg) divided accordingly in 4 groups:
1: vitamin E + aerobic training;
2: aerobic training+ placebo;
3: vitamin E; and
4: placebo.
Research design involved vitamin E (daily: 400 mg) supplementation and aerobic training by ergo meter (50- 75% HRR and three days per week) for 8 weeks, and incremental cycle ergo meter test until exhaustion. Before and after program, blood samples were collected at rest and post-exhaustive exercise. ANOVA and paired sample t-test were used for analysis of data. The results showed that vitamin E supplementation and aerobic training did not significantly difference between groups in CK and LDH at rest and post-exhaustive exercise, but blood lactate significantly changed. It can be concluded that, 8 weeks vitamin E supplementation and aerobic training did not coincide with beneficial changes in oxidative stress profile of non-athletic men, but changed their blood lactate levels. So, probably lock of interaction effects of vitamin E supplementation and aerobic training could be due to low intensity and duration of program and vitamin E amount.

 
Keyword(s): OXIDATIVE STRESS, ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENTATIONS, AEROBIC TRAINING, ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES, BLOOD LACTATE
 
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