水中阻力及陸上負重增強式訓練對運動誘發Th1型、Th2型及Th17型細胞激素失衡之影響

Translated title of the contribution: Effect of Aquatic Resistance Plyometric Training and Land Load- Plyometric Training on the Exercise Induced Th1/ Th2/ Th17 Cytokines Response

陳竑廷, 鍾雨純, 何松諺, 王三財, 劉祐君, 吳慧君

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Abstract

Purpose: This study was to compare the effects of aquatic resistance plyometric training (ARPT) and land load-plyometric training (LLPT) on changes in immune cytokines and muscle damage. Methods: Twenty-four male basketball players participated in the study and were randomly assigned to 3 groups: ARPT, LLPT, and control group (C). Participants followed the 8-week training program. Before and after one week all the players were analyzed for blood immune response. The ARPT and LLPT performed 2 training sessions per week, 60 minutes per times. Results: The LLPT demonstrated a significant increase in blood interferon-γ (IFN-γ) during the post-test (p<.05). The IFN-γ and blood interleukin-4 (IL-4) showed no significant differences among groups. In addition, the post-test blood interleukin-17 (IL-17) levels was significantly higher in the C group than ARPT (p<.05); There were no significant differences in blood creatine kinase (CK) activity among the three groups. Visual analogue scale (VAS) at fourth and eighth week was significantly higher in the ARPT and LLPT than C groups (p<.05). Conclusions: Eight weeks LLPT induced high magnitude of pro-inflammatory substances IFN-γ responses. Moreover, after eight weeks ARPT could reduce IL-17 cytokine production associated with autoimmune diseases.
Translated title of the contributionEffect of Aquatic Resistance Plyometric Training and Land Load- Plyometric Training on the Exercise Induced Th1/ Th2/ Th17 Cytokines Response
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)47-57
Number of pages11
Journal運動生理暨體能學報
Issue number20
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • T cells
  • pro-inflammatory
  • immune imbalance
  • autoimmune diseases
  • muscle damage

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