Metabolic adaptations to marathon training and racing

Hawley, J and Spargo, F 2007, 'Metabolic adaptations to marathon training and racing', Sports Medicine, vol. 37, no. 45, pp. 328-331.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Metabolic adaptations to marathon training and racing
Author(s) Hawley, J
Spargo, F
Year 2007
Journal name Sports Medicine
Volume number 37
Issue number 45
Start page 328
End page 331
Total pages 4
Publisher Adis International
Abstract During the past 30 years, considerable progress has been made in our understanding of the cellular and molecular factors regulating fuel metabolism during exercise. In particular, advancements in the fields of exercise biochemistry and cell signalling have helped elucidate the mechanism(s) by which perturbations in energy status are monitored inside contracting muscle cells, and have helped identify target molecules that increase fuel supply to maintain adenosine triphosphate concentration. In this brief commentary, we summarise some of the major cellular and molecular adaptations in human skeletal muscle resulting from the intense endurance training required to run a marathon.
Subject Biomechanics
Keyword(s) Muscle-Fiber Composition
Skeletal-Muscle
Mitochondrial Biogenesis
Enzyme-Activities
Distance Runners
Protein-Kinase
Exercise
Expression
Copyright notice © 2007 Adis Data Information BV
ISSN 0112-1642
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