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pubblicato nel Luglio - Agosto 1996 in Sport&Medicina - fascicolo n.4


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21) Lehmann M., Keul J.: Free plasma catecholamines, heart rates, lactate levels, and oxygen uptake in competition weight lifters, cyclists, and untrained control subjects . Int. J. Sports Med., 7: 18-21, 1986.

22) Lehmann M., Keul J.: Age-associated changes of exercise-ionduced plasma catecholamine responses . Europ. J. Appl. Physiol. 55: 302-306, 1986.

23) Lehmann M., et al.: Training-overtraining. A prospective, experimental study with experienced middle- and long-distance runners. Int. J. Sports Med., 12: 444-52, 1991.