2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1517-86922012000200003
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Abstract: Objective: This study aimed to analyze the immediate effects of concurrent training on leptin and cortisol levels in overweighed young adults. Methods: This study used a quasi-experimental methodology. We included 20 volunteers of both sexes, randomly divided into a training competitor group (TCG n = 10) and a control group (C n = 10). Blood collection was performed in individuals at rest after fasting for 12 hours. The leptin and cortisol levels were analyzed by radioimmunoassay and chemiluminescence immunoas… Show more

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“…By analyzing the monographic research using cortisol as a marker of stress in humans, gave great representation of studies with athletes, an aspect that is also featured in the scientific literature (ARRUDA et al, 2013a;2013b;COSWIG;NEVES;DEL VECCHIO, 2013;CRUZ et al, 2012;MORAES, 2010;SILVA;MACEDO, 2011).…”
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“…By analyzing the monographic research using cortisol as a marker of stress in humans, gave great representation of studies with athletes, an aspect that is also featured in the scientific literature (ARRUDA et al, 2013a;2013b;COSWIG;NEVES;DEL VECCHIO, 2013;CRUZ et al, 2012;MORAES, 2010;SILVA;MACEDO, 2011).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Cortisol levels are thus linearly related to the intensity and duration of exercise (CRUZ et al, 2012), showing a positive relationship between testosterone levels and high degree of motivation and self-confidence, while the serum cortisol relates to anxiety and stress (COSWIG; NEVES; DEL VECCHIO, 2013).…”
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confidence: 99%
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