The Stress of Intensive Training at Altitude in Winter After Training in the Desert

L. M. Castell, W. Ensign, D. Hudig, J. Knight, D. Redelman, D. Roberts, Doug Thake

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Abstract

Prolonged exercise can lead to immunodepression, particularly after repeated bouts of strenuous exercise or a period of intensive training.
Original languageEnglish
Pages57
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Event6th ISEI Symposium 'Exercise, Muscle Metabolism, and Immune Function': Exercise, Muscle Metabolism, and Immune Function - Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 17 Jul 200319 Jul 2003

Conference

Conference6th ISEI Symposium 'Exercise, Muscle Metabolism, and Immune Function'
CountryDenmark
CityCopenhagen
Period17/07/0319/07/03

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    Castell, L. M., Ensign, W., Hudig, D., Knight, J., Redelman, D., Roberts, D., & Thake, D. (2003). The Stress of Intensive Training at Altitude in Winter After Training in the Desert. 57. Paper presented at 6th ISEI Symposium 'Exercise, Muscle Metabolism, and Immune Function', Copenhagen, Denmark.