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Effects of conditioning horses with lactate-guided exercise on muscle glycogen content

, : Effects of conditioning horses with lactate-guided exercise on muscle glycogen content. Equine Veterinary Journal ( Suppl.30): 329-331

The effects of 3 different conditioning programmes on muscle glycogen concentration in horses were examined. Speed of exercise was selected according to the blood lactate values for each horse derived from a standardized exercise test before beginning a conditioning programme. Six 2-year-old Haflinger stallions were assigned randomly to one of 3 conditioning programmes according to a 6 x 3 latin square design: 45 min at their individual v1.5 or v2.5 and 25 min at v4.


DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.1999.tb05243.x

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