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Original title:
Einfluss der Häufigkeit eines intensiven dynamischen Krafttrainings zusätzlich zu einem Ausdauertraining auf Parameter von Knochenstoffwechsel und Hormonstatus bei männlichen Angestellten eines Großkonzerns 
Translated title:
Influence of the frequency of an intensive dynamic enhancement training in combination with an endurance training on hormone status and bone activity markers of healthy male employees of an automobile company 
Year:
2007 
Document type:
Dissertation 
Institution:
Fakultät für Medizin 
Advisor:
Jeschke, Dieter (Prof. Dr.) 
Referee:
Halle, Martin (Prof. Dr.) 
Language:
de 
Subject group:
MED Medizin 
Keywords:
Knochenstoffwechsel, Krafttraining, Ausdauertraining, oszillierende Geräte, knochenspezifische alkalische Phosphatase, c- terminale Telopeptide, DHEAS, Testosteron 
Translated keywords:
bone activity markers, endurance training, enhancement training, oscillating machines, testosterone, bone specific alcalic phosphatase, DHEAS, c-terminal telopeptides 
Abstract:
In einer kontrollierten, randomisierten und prospektiven Studie an insgesamt 58 Männern mittleren Alters sollte geklärt werden, ob ein 1- bzw. 2- maliges Krafttraining/ Woche an oszillierenden Gräten in Kombination mit einem 2-3 stündigen Lauftraining in einem Interventionszeitraum von 5 Monaten Knochenstoffwechselparameter und anabole Hormone beeinflusst. Senkungen des Calcium-, Testosteron- und DHEAS-, Erhöhungen des Calcitonin- und C- terminalen Telopeptid- Spiegels im Blutserum wurden beobac...    »
 
Translated abstract:
Purpose: To investigate the influence of one vs. two times enhancement training per week with oscillating machines combined with two to three hours endurance training weekly on hormonal status and bone activity markers within an intervention period of five months. Materials and methods: Calcium, phosphate, clacitonin, c- terminal telopeptide, vitamin D, testosterone and DHEA-S serum levels have been evaluated. Statistical differences were assessed by Wilcoxon- and Mann-Whitney- test. A p-value <0.05 was regarded as statistically significant. Results: Serum levels of calcium, testosterone and DHEA-S were significantly decreased whereas levels of calcitonin and c-terminal telopeptides were significantly increased. No accountable increase of force has been detected. Attendance of training sessions was low (30 percent). Conclusion: Due to a mere fulfillment of about thirty percent of the agreed training time and due to lack of an accountable increase of force it has remained doubtful whether laboratory findings were caused by the training. 
Oral examination:
19.06.2007 
Pages:
83 
Last change:
14.08.2007