publication . Article . 2018

english

Desty Ervira Puspaningtyas; Yuni Afriani; Silvi Lailatul Mahfida; Wara Kushartanti; Arta Farmawati;
Open Access
  • Published: 02 Jan 2018 Journal: Journal of thee Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran), volume 50, pages 93-102 (issn: 0126-1312, eissn: 2356-3931, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran)
Abstract
Training is conducted to improve physiological functions that can support improvement of cardio-respiratory function (O2max). However, intensive training can lead to oxidative stress, which can contribute to health problems. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of training on serum lipid peroxidation levels in student soccer players. The study was pre-experimental study with a one-shot case design conducted in April 2014. Twelve student soccer players from UGM who chosen by purposive sampling and met the inclusion and exclusion criteria were involved in the study. Each subject received training in the form of O2max measurements using the yo-yo in...
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free text keywords: soccer – exercise - o2max - lipid peroxidation – malondialdehyde, Medicine, R, Medicine (General), R5-920, student soccer players, Inclusion and exclusion criteria, Body mass index, Malondialdehyde, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Animal science, Thiobarbituric acid, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, symbols.namesake, symbols, Lipid peroxidation, Body weight, Oxidative stress, medicine.disease_cause, business.industry, business
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