Blood lactate level in Elite boy swimmers after lactate tolerance exercise test

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Asghar Nikseresht Iman Yabande Karamatollah Rahmanian Abdolreza Sotoodeh Jahromi

Abstract

Introduction: To avoid injuries during high-intensity sports training, it is important to recognize conditions of bodily consumption and production of adequate energy; exercise increases the concentration of the blood lactate. This paper is an attempt to compare pre and post lactate tolerance exercise test - blood lactate concentrations - of elite boy swimmers.

Methods: Blood lactates are measured by an enzymatic method on 12 subjects 30 minutes before and adjust and 24 hours after the test.

Results: The mean lactate concentration of 30.35±12.16 mg/dl is observed in swimmers 30 minutes before the test. Swimmers adjust after the test show mean blood lactate concentration of 108.52±18.17 mg/dl that is significantly higher than 30 minutes before the test (p<0.001). Then blood lactate level decreases below baseline level at 24 hours after the test.

Conclusion: Blood lactate increases with the test and decreases below baseline within 24 hours after the test. 

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NIKSERESHT, Asghar et al. Blood lactate level in Elite boy swimmers after lactate tolerance exercise test. Biomedical Research and Therapy, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 05, p. 1318-1326, may 2017. ISSN 2198-4093. Available at: <http://www.bmrat.org/index.php/BMRAT/article/view/170>. Date accessed: 23 oct. 2017. doi: https://doi.org/10.15419/bmrat.v4i05.170.
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