Exercise-intensity dependent alterations in plasma redox status do not reflect skeletal muscle redox-sensitive protein signaling
Lewan Parker, Adam Trewin, Itamar Levinger, Christopher S Shaw, Nigel K Stepto
JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND MEDICINE IN SPORT | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2018
OBJECTIVES: Redox homeostasis and redox-sensitive protein signaling play a role in exercise-induced adaptation. The effects of sprint-interval exercise (SIE), high-intensity interval exercise (HIIE) and continuous moderate-intensity exercise (CMIE), on post-exercise plasma redox status are unclear. Furthermore, whether post-exercise plasma redox status reflects skeletal muscle redox-sensitive protein signaling is unknown. DESIGN: In a randomized crossover design, eight healthy adults performed a cycling session of HIIE (5×4min at 75% Wmax), SIE (4×30s Wingate's), and CMIE work-matched to HIIE (30min at 50% of Wmax). METHODS: Plasma hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), thiobarbituric acid reactive subst..View full abstract
Awarded by Future Leader Fellowship from the National Heart Foundation of Australia
A/Prof Levinger was supported by Future Leader Fellowship (ID: 100040) from the National Heart Foundation of Australia. A/Prof Nigel Stepto is supported by the Australian Governments Collaborative Research Network. The project was part funded by a start-up grant (Nigel Stepto, ltamar Levinger, Chris Shaw and Lewan Parker) from the Australian Governments Collaborative Research Network.