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Energy Systems: A New Look at Aerobic Metabolism in Stressful Exercise
MOJ Sports Medicine
The generally accepted model of energy systems has been used for many years. When exercise intensity rises and glucose uptake by working muscles is increased, a drop in circulating glucose is observed while in higher intensity exercise, muscle glucose uptake can increase by as much as 30 -50 times, compared to the resting rate. Changes is glucose metabolism have been described by numerous authors and forms an integral part of the modification of energy systems to training stimulus. This isdoi:10.15406/mojsm.2017.02.00039 fatcat:qxzckxdsebcjtowwpwsbstftu4