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Body Fat and Physical Fitness : Body Composition and Lipid Metabolism in Different Regimes of Physical Activity

Author: Jana Pařízková
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1977.
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Man develops during phylogenesis and ontogenesis as an active creature and his most striking external manifestations include physical activity. From this ensue efforts to investigate the human organism with regard to its functional diagnosis mainly during activity, in relation to the level of that physical activity. The amount and qualitative aspect of physical activity is subject to some laws associated with the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jana Pařízková
ISBN: 9789401010474 9401010471
OCLC Number: 851363548
Description: 1 online resource (280 pages)
Contents: I. Body composition and metabolic activity of tissues during ontogenesis --
II. Lean body mass and depot fat during ontogenesis in humans --
III. Changes in the maximum level of metabolic activity of lean body mass during ontogenesis --
IV. Some consequences of adaptation to increased or restricted activity during ontogenesis --
V. Influence of adaptation to increased muscle work on body composition in relation to caloric intake in man --
VI. Adaptation to increased muscular work: consequences in adipose tissue --
VII. Adaptation to different loads: consequences in the lipid metabolism of skeletal and heart muscle and other organs --
VIII. Effect of increased physical activity on body composition during growth in different groups of children (longitudinal studies) --
IX. Consequences of adaptation to increased physical activity in obese children --
X. Body composition and body build of champion athletes in relation to fitness and performance --
XI. Body composition, body build and fitness of elderly men with a different life-long regime of physical activity --
XII. Relationship between body composition and physical activity and the development of experimental cardiac necrosis in male rats of different age --
XIII. Summary --
XIV. General conclusions and perspectives --
References.
Responsibility: by Jana Pařízková.

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