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TKXII

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Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« on: May 15, 2010, 03:26:03 pm »
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Cool study right http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1324116?dopt=AbstractPlus


Increased insulin sensitivity? That's a plus!

I found that on this site
http://www.exrx.net/Notes/ExerciseAbstracts.html, lot of great info there


I could try to figure it out but I'm a bit lazy but how do I add a hyperlink within a word, like if I wanted to link the word "here", I'm having trouble on this forum and it's different than I'm used to on others?
« Last Edit: May 15, 2010, 03:30:04 pm by tkxii »
"Performance during stretch-shortening cycle exercise is influenced by the visco-elastic properties of the muscle-tendon units. During stretching of an activated muscle, mechanical energy is absorbed in the tendon structures (tendon and aponeurosis) and this energy can subsequently be re-utilized if shortening of the muscle immediately follows the stretching. According to Biscotti (2000), 72% of the elastic energy restitution action comes from tendons, 28% - from contractile elements of muscles.

http://www.verkhoshansky.com/Portals/0/Presentations/Shock%20Method%20Plyometrics.pdf

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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2010, 03:32:43 pm »
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Cool study right http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1324116?dopt=AbstractPlus


Increased insulin sensitivity? That's a plus!

I found that on this site
http://www.exrx.net/Notes/ExerciseAbstracts.html, lot of great info there


I could try to figure it out but I'm a bit lazy but how do I add a hyperlink within a word, like if I wanted to link the word "here", I'm having trouble on this forum and it's different than I'm used to on others?


ya nice study, too bad most people go in doors (heated) to train in cold weather. My favorite type of weather to train in, is very hot and very humid, don't know why, but i just love it.. I seem to lose weight very fast in this weather too, not just water.

I wouldn't link with the word, just drop the whole link, there seems to be a problem of how it's linking those abstracts, its bracketing the wrong part.

I love abstracts :)

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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2011, 02:18:27 pm »
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Nimmo, M. (2004). Exercises in the Cold. Journal of Sport Sciences (22) 898-916.

If I remember correctly the above paper Showed that generally little to no adaptations occur (except slight blood flow redistribution and other minor changes) after extended periods of time training in the cold. However, I may have the papers confused. Either way, Nimmo from Loughborough has published extensive research on exercise stressors (hot/cold environments) so she is worth google searching. 

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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2011, 05:14:35 pm »
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my lifting gets ruined when i lift in the cold...i lift in my garage so i tend to put a heater on about 3 hours before i go in, if i forget though the bar is freezing to touch and it just puts me off crazy...probably psychological only but it sure makes me hate lifting

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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #4 on: March 17, 2011, 09:52:09 pm »
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I love it when it's burning hot and/or rainy/humid. It's awesome for me to lift weights in those conditions.
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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #5 on: March 17, 2011, 09:57:33 pm »
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hot is best for me

whever it's cold i can't even go hard just cuz my body slows down in the cold....where are the fastest runners and jumpers coming from? HOT WEATHER CLIMATES!!


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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #6 on: March 17, 2011, 10:07:58 pm »
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Oh but outdoor basketball in hot and humid conditions is TERRRRRRIBLE, I get so damn lazy and stuff. But if its indoors, it's fine for me somehow. Maybe the air conditioner de-humidifies a bit?
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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #7 on: March 17, 2011, 10:15:49 pm »
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Oh but outdoor basketball in hot and humid conditions is TERRRRRRIBLE, I get so damn lazy and stuff. But if its indoors, it's fine for me somehow. Maybe the air conditioner de-humidifies a bit?

true that does happen..you just gotta get through that...usually that happens and makes me hungry. It is a weird thing that happens...BUT during football, we could workout everyday. In the snow, workouts decline in quality due to the cold

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Re: Exercising in Cold - adaptations
« Reply #8 on: March 20, 2011, 02:28:47 pm »
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chilly, with clouds but not raining pumps me up like a muthafucka  :headbang:
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