Hormonal and metabolic parameters were studied for two teams after a football match. Blood samples were collected before the start, at half-time, at the end, and 45 and 90 min after the end of the game. In the first team, ACTH, cortisol, and lactate levels increased significantly during the whole match to resume basal levels in the fourth sample (45 min after the end of play). HGH, prolactin, and blood glucose were found to be increased only at half-time. The second team had an intense and long warm-up period before the match and the lactate concentrations were already elevated in the first sample. All the other parameters, except ACTH and glucose, displayed a pattern similar to that of the first team. The differences in the time courses of the hormonal and metabolic values are discussed.
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|Titolo:||Hormonal and metabolic effects following a football match|
|Citazione:||Carli, G., Bonifazi, M., Lodi, L., Lupo, C., Martelli, G., & Viti, A. (1986). Hormonal and metabolic effects following a football match. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, 7, 36-38.|
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