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The Routledge Handbook on Biochemistry of Exercise

Peter M. Tiidus (Redaktør) ; Rebecca E. K. MacPherson (Redaktør) ; Paul J. LeBlanc (Redaktør) ; Andrea R. Josse (Redaktør)

From its early beginnings in the 1960s, the academic field of biochemistry of exercise has expanded beyond examining and describing metabolic responses to exercise and adaptations to training to include a wide understanding of molecular biology, cell signalling, interorgan communication, stem cell physiology, and a host of other cellular and biochemical mechanisms regulating acute responses and chronic adaptations related to exercise performance, human health/disease, nutrition, and cellular functioning. Les mer
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From its early beginnings in the 1960s, the academic field of biochemistry of exercise has expanded beyond examining and describing metabolic responses to exercise and adaptations to training to include a wide understanding of molecular biology, cell signalling, interorgan communication, stem cell physiology, and a host of other cellular and biochemical mechanisms regulating acute responses and chronic adaptations related to exercise performance, human health/disease, nutrition, and cellular functioning.


The Routledge Handbook on Biochemistry of Exercise is the first book to pull together the full depth and breadth of this subject and to update a rapidly expanding field of study with current issues and controversies and a look forward to future research directions. Bringing together many experts and leading scientists, the book emphasizes the current understanding of the underlying metabolic, cellular, genetic, and cell signalling mechanisms associated with physical activity, exercise, training, and athletic performance as they relate to, interact with, and regulate cellular and muscular adaptations and consequent effects on human health/disease, nutrition and weight control, and human performance.


With more emphasis than ever on the need to be physically active and the role that being active plays in our overall health from a whole-body level down to the cell, this book makes an important contribution for scholars, medical practitioners, nutritionists, and coaches/trainers working in research and with a wide range of clients. This text is important reading for all students, scholars, and others with an interest in health, nutrition, and exercise/training in general.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Section 1 - Regulation of metabolism and responses to acute exercise





Introduction


Rebecca EK MacPherson





1. Whole Body Regulation of Energy Expenditure, Exercise Fuel Selection, and Dietary Recommendations


Peter WR Lemon





2. Energy Provision, Fuel Use and Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Metabolism During the Exercise Intensity/Duration Continuum


Lawrence L Spriet





3. Adipose Tissue (adipokinome), Skeletal Muscle (myokinome) and Liver (hepatokinome) as Endocrine Regulators during Exercise


Logan K. Townsend, Greg L. McKie, Hesham Shamshoum, and David C. Wright





4. Regulation of Skeletal Muscle Reactive Oxygen Species During Exercise


Catherine A. Bellissimo and Christopher G.R. Perry





5. Biochemical contributors to exercise fatigue


Arthur J Cheng, Maja Schlittler, and Hakan Westerblad





6. Mechanotransduction Mechanisms of Hypertrophy and Performance with Resistance Exercise


Andrew C. Fry, Justin X. Nicoll, and Luke A. Olsen





7. Responses to muscular exercise, Heat Shock Proteins as regulators of inflammation and mitochondrial quality control


Alex T. Von Schulze and Paige C. Geiger





8. Signaling pathways in regulation of cellular responses to exercise


Anders Gudiksen, Stine Ringholm and Henriette Pilegaard





Section II: Exercise Biochemistry, Chronic Training, and Athletic Performance





Introduction


Paul J LeBlanc





9. Exercise-Induced Mitochondrial Biogenesis: Molecular Regulation, Impact of Training, and Influence on Exercise Performance


Hashim Islam, Jacob T. Bonafiglia, Cesare Granata, and Brendon J. Gurd





10: Resistance Exercise Training and the Regulation of Muscle Protein Synthesis


Nathan Hodson, Daniel R. Moore, and Chris McGlory





11: Cellular Adaptations to High-Intensity and Sprint Interval Training


Martin J. MacInnis and Lauren E. Skelly





12: Regulation of Muscle Satellite Cell Activation and Cycles Consequent to Various Forms of Training


Sophie Joanisse and Gianni Parise





13: Biochemical and Metabolic Limitations to Athletic Performance


Brendan M. Gabriel





14: Genetic Limitations to Athletic Performance


Colin N Moran and Guan Wang





15: The Role of Epigenetics in Skeletal Muscle Adaptations to Exercise and Exercise Training


Sean L. McGee





16: Statistical Considerations and Biological Mechanisms Underlying Individual Differences in Adaptations to Exercise Training


Jacob T. Bonafiglia, Hashim Islam, Nir Eynon, and Brendon J. Gurd





17: Effects of Hypoxia/Blood Flow Restriction on Cellular Adaptations to Training


Scott J. Dankel and Jeremy P. Loenneke








Section III: Exercise Biochemistry/Nutrition Nexus in Sport and Physical Activity





Introduction


Andrea R Josse





18: Exercise and Dietary Influences on the Regulation of Energy Balance and Implications for Body Weight Control


Andrea M. Brennan and Robert Ross





19: Dietary Manipulation for Optimizing Endurance Training Adaptations and Performance: Carbohydrate vs. Fat


Jamie Whitfield and Louise M. Burke





20: Dietary Influence on Muscle Protein Synthesis and Hypertrophy


James McKendry and Stuart M. Phillips





21: Micronutrients and Nutraceuticals: Effects on Exercise Performance


Stella L. Volpe and Quentin Nichols





22: Biochemistry of Buffering Capacity and Ingestion of Buffers in Exercise and Athletic Performance


Bryan Saunders, Guilherme G. Artioli, Eimear Dolan, Rebecca L. Jones, Joseph Matthews, and Craig Sale





23: Creatine augmentation for muscle and bone responses to exercise


Philip D. Chilibeck





24: Biochemistry of Caffeine's Influence on Exercise Performance


Jane Shearer, Robyn F. Madden , and Jill A. Parnell





25: Nutrigenomics for Sport and Exercise Performance


Nanci S. Guest, Marc Sicova , and Ahmed El-Sohemy





Section IV: Exercise Biochemistry Relative to Health Through the Lifespan





Introduction


Peter M Tiidus





26: Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Chronic Disease


Christopher Newell, Heather Leduc-Pessah, Aneal Khan and Jane Shearer





27: Exercise training, mitochondrial adaptations and aging


Nashwa Cheema, Matthew Triolo and David.A. Hood,





28: Biochemistry of Exercise Effects in Type II Diabetes


Barry Braun, Karyn L. Hamilton, Dan S. Lark and Alissa Newman





29: Biochemistry of Exercise Training and Mitigation of Cardiovascular Disease


Barry A. Franklin and John C. Quindry





30: Biochemistry of Exercise Training and Type 1 Diabetes


Sam N. Scott, Matt Cocks, Anton J. M. Wagenmakers, Sam O. Shepherd and Michael C. Riddell





31: Biochemistry of Exercise Training: Mitigation of Cancers


Brittany R. Counts, Jessica L. Halle and James A. Carson





32: Biochemistry of Exercise Training; Effects on Bone


Panagiota Klentrou and Rozalia Kouvelioti





33: Metabolic Effects of Exercise on Childhood Obesity


Kristi B. Adamo, Taniya S. Nagpal and Danilo F. DaSilva

Om forfatteren

Peter Tiidus is Dean of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and a Professor at Brock University, Canada.


Rebecca E. K. MacPherson is an Assistant Professor at Brock University, Canada.


Paul J. LeBlanc is a Professor in Health Sciences at Brock University, Canada.


Andrea R. Josse is an Assistant Professor at York University, Canada.