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Modeling the Responses to Resistance Training in an Animal Experiment Study

Abstract : The aim of the present study was to test whether systems models of training effects on performance in athletes can be used to explore the responses to resistance training in rats. 11 Wistar Han rats (277 ± 15 g) underwent 4 weeks of resistance training consisting in climbing a ladder with progressive loads. Training amount and performance were computed from total work and mean power during each training session. Three systems models relating performance to cumulated training bouts have been tested: (i) with a single component for adaptation to training, (ii) with two components to distinguish the adaptation and fatigue produced by exercise bouts, and (iii) with an additional component to account for training-related changes in exercise-induced fatigue. Model parameters were fitted using a mixed-effects modeling approach. The model with two components was found to be the most suitable to analyze the training responses (í µí±… 2 = 0.53; í µí±ƒ < 0.001). In conclusion, the accuracy in quantifying training loads and performance in a rodent experiment makes it possible to model the responses to resistance training. This modeling in rodents could be used in future studies in combination with biological tools for enhancing our understanding of the adaptive processes that occur during physical training.
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Antony G. Philippe, Guillaume Py, François Bertrand Favier, Anthony M. J. Sanchez, Anne Bonnieu, et al.. Modeling the Responses to Resistance Training in an Animal Experiment Study. BioMed Research International , Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2015, 2015, 7 p. ⟨10.1155/2015/914860⟩. ⟨hal-01140860⟩

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