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Title: Creatinine is a biochemical marker for assessing how untrained people adapt to fitness training loads
Authors: Chernozub, Andrii
Potop, Vladimir
Korobeynikov, Georgiy
Carmen Timne, Olivia
Dubachinskiy, Oleg
Ikkert, Oksana
Briskin, Yuriy
Boretsky, Yuriy
Korobeynikova, Lesia
Бріскін, Юрій
Борецький, Юрій
Keywords: Creatinine concentration in blood serum
Training load regimes
Adaptive body changes
Biochemical control
Fitness
Issue Date: 25-May-2020
Citation: Creatinine is a biochemical marker for assessing how untrained people adapt to fitness training loads / Andrii Chernozub, Vladimir Potop, Georgiy Korobeynikov, Olivia Carmen Timnea, Oleg Dubachinskiy, Oksana Ikkert, Yuriy Briskin, Yuriy Boretsky, Lesia Korobeynikova // PeerJ. - 2020. - 15 p. (Scopus)
Abstract: To study the peculiarities of changes in creatinine concentration in blood serum of untrained men during the prolonged usage of training loads different in volume and intensity, and to determine the value of this biochemical marker for the assessment of adaptive body changes during fitness training.
URI: http://repository.ldufk.edu.ua/handle/34606048/25967
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