• EXPONENTIATED WEIGHTED EXPONENTIAL DISTRIBUTION FOR HORMONAL AND METABOLIC RESPONSES TO EXERCISE

GEETHA. T*, SHARMILADEVI. S

Abstract


In this paper we used Exponentiated Weighted Exponential distribution and it serves as an alternative to both the Weighted Exponential distribution and the Exponential distribution. Hormonal and metabolic responses to exercise across time of day and menstrual cycle phase. Two studies, each utilizing short-term treadmill exercise of a different intensity, assessed the metabolic and hormonal responses of women to exercise in the morning (AM) and late afternoon (PM). In study 1, plasma concentrations of growth hormone, arginine vasopressin, catecholamines, adrenocorticotropic hormone, cortisol, lactate, and glucose were measured before, during, and after high-intensity exercise (90% maximal O2 uptake) in the AM and PM. In study 2, plasma concentrations of adrenocorticotropic hormone, cortisol, lactate, and glucose were measured before, during, and after moderate-intensity exercise (70% maximal O2 uptake) in the AM and PM in the follicular (days 3–9), midcycle (days 10–16), and luteal (days 18–26) phases of the menstrual cycle. The results of studies 1 and 2 revealed no significant diurnal differences in the magnitude of responses for any measured variable. We use WE distribution to find the metabolic and hormonal responses to short-term, highintensity exercise can be assessed with equal reliability in the AM and PM and that there are subtle differences in blood glucose responses to moderate-intensity exercise across menstrual cycle phase.


Keywords


WE distribution, Exponential distribution, adrenocorticotropic hormone, AVP.

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