Changes in cortisol levels with an aquatic resistance workout versus a weight workout

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2018-05
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Colado, Juan C.
Triplett, N. Travis
Flandez, Jorge
Madera, Joaquin
Tella, Victor
Rogers, Nicole L.
Rogers, Michael E.
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Colado, Juan C.; Triplett, N. Travis; Flandez, Jorge; Madera, Joaquin; Tella, Victor; Rogers, Nicole L.; Rogers, Michael E. 2018. Changes in cortisol levels with an aquatic resistance workout versus a weight workout. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, vol. 50:no. 5S:pp 50–51

Abstract

Aquatic resistance training could be an effective type of strength training. However, the response of cortisol to aquatic exercise versus training with traditional weights has not been determined. PURPOSE: To compare the response of cortisol during similar resistance training protocols performed in an aquatic medium versus traditional weights.

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