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Can Physiological and Psychological Factors Predict Dropout from Intense 10-Day Winter Military Survival Training?
Background: In the military context, high levels of physiological and psychological stress together can compromise individual’s ability to complete given duty or mission and increase dropout rates. The purpose of this ...
Changes in Body Composition, Energy Metabolites and Electrolytes During Winter Survival Training in Male Soldiers
The aim of this study was to examine changes in body composition, energy metabolites and electrolytes during a 10-day winter survival training period. Two groups of male soldiers were examined: the REC group (n = 26; age ...
High-Intensity Functional Training Induces Superior Training Adaptations Compared With Traditional Military Physical Training
This study examined the effectiveness of concurrent strength and endurance training with an emphasis on high-intensity functional training (HIFT) during military service. Voluntary male conscripts (aged 18-28 years) were ...
Energy Balance, Hormonal Status, and Military Performance in Strenuous Winter Training
Severe energy deficit may impair hormonal regulation and physical performance in military trainings. The aim of this study was to examine the associations between energy intake, expenditure, and balance, hormones and ...