Effect of Aerobic stress on responding some protein and cholesterol variables in blood serum
Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences,
2009, Volume 14, Issue 49, Pages 85-98
AbstractThe research studied the effect of aerobic stress in responding some variables of proteins and cholesterol in blood serum on ten students from Physical Education College /first stage/University of Mosul. Procedures of the present research included pre-test and post-test for (3000m) running and at recovery period (3 minutes)After exercise on some variables in blood serum (total protein, albumin, globulin and cholesterol). The results of the research showed a significant increase in albumin and cholesterol in post-aerobic test in comparing with pre-aerobic test except globulin which decreased in post-aerobic test. There was a significant difference in post-aerobic test in comparing with post-recovery test. Also, a significant difference occurred in albumin and cholesterol in post-recovery test in comparing with pre-aerobic test except globulin which was low in post-recovery.
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