Can exhaled volatile organic compounds differentiate high and low responders to resistance exercise?

L. R. Bell, M. P. Wallen, S. W. Talpey, M. A. Myers, B. J. O'Brien

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Abstract

Participation in resistance training improves muscle strength and size, as well as reduced risk of chronic disease and frailty. However, the exercise response to resistance training is highly variable. In part this may be attributed to individual physiological differences. Identification of biomarkers that can distinguish between high and low responders to exercise are therefore of interest. Exhaled volatile organic compounds may provide a non-invasive method of monitoring the physiological response to resistance training. However, the relationship between exhaled organic compounds and the acute response to resistance exercise is not fully understood. Therefore, this research will investigate exhaled volatile organic compounds in acute response to resistance exercise with an aim to discover a common group of compounds that can predict high and low responders to standardised resistance training.

Original languageEnglish
Article number110837
Number of pages4
JournalMedical Hypotheses
Volume162
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 2022

Keywords

  • Breath
  • Hypertrophy
  • Metabolism
  • Trainability
  • Volatile organic compounds

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