Leistungsgrenzen des Jugendlichen

  • W. Kindermann
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Zusammenfassung

Das vorgegebene Thema soll Belastbarkeit und Trainierbarkeit des Heranwachsenden im Vergleich zum Erwachsenen behandeln. Es wird ausschließlich der internistischleistungsphysiologische Bereich angesprochen, wobei kardiozirkulatorisches System und Metabolismus einschließlich hormoneller Regulation im Mittelpunkt stehen.

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