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We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Neural Control and Movement; Chapter 7. TEACHING Exercise biochemistry, biochemical assessment of exercising persons, laboratory exercise biochemistry, and sport nutrition to undergraduate physical education students for 23 years Biological understanding of the human body, planning life-long health, exercise and health, general introduction to sports and physical education in Greece, active living every day, how to put sport into everyday life, and Greek history and ancient Olympics to undergraduate students as a visiting professor, University of Suwon, South Korea, Nucleic Acids and Gene Expression; Chapter 5.
Description “Exercise Biochemistry” describes how, at the molecular level, exercise affects the functioning of humans and animals.
Ergogenic aids, special issues of sport nutrition, and exercise biochemistry to graduate mougioss for 14 years Supervision of 36 undergraduate theses Supervision of 13 master’s theses Supervision of 7 doctoral theses RESEARCH INTERESTS Effect of exercise on energy metabolism, particularly lipid metabolism Effect of exercise on gene expression Effect of exercise and nutrition on the redox status of the body Effect of nutrition and dietary supplements on health and sport performance Effect of exercise and nutrition on the biochemical profile of exercisers Biochemical indices of the nougios load and adaptations to training Exercise metabonomics Exercise epidemiology Details INVITED LECTURES Over invited lectures in conferences and workshops on exercise metabolism, sport nutrition, biochemical monitoring of athletes, and doping.
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Vassilis Mougios — Exercise Biochemistry Research Group
Integration of Exercise Metabolism; Chapter Teaching was in English. Mediterranean diet Vassilis Mougios’s book. Derveni, Corinthia, Greece Nationality: He has co-authored many articles in international scientific journals and has performed mohgios on muscle contraction, exercise metabolism, biochemical assessment of athletes and sport nutrition.
In his leisure time, he enjoys cycling, hiking and photography.
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Part 1 covers the principles of biochemistry that are then applied in Part 2 to be the excitation of the nervous and muscular system when producing muscular contraction. Exercise modulation of metabolism is discussed in Part 3 and the simple biochemical tests used to assess an athlete’s health and performance are described in Part 4.