Antioksidan Vitamin dan Kerusakan Otot pada Aktivitas Fisik Studi Eksperimen pada Mahasiswa JPOK-FKIP UNS Surakarta (Vitamin antioxidants administration toward muscle damage on exercise. An experimental study in students of FKIP–JPOK Sebelas Maret University)

Kiyatno, Kiyatno (2009) Antioksidan Vitamin dan Kerusakan Otot pada Aktivitas Fisik Studi Eksperimen pada Mahasiswa JPOK-FKIP UNS Surakarta (Vitamin antioxidants administration toward muscle damage on exercise. An experimental study in students of FKIP–JPOK Sebelas Maret University). Media Medika Indonesiana, 43 (6). pp. 277-281. ISSN 0126-1762

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Abstract

Background: Exercise has dual effects, which not only enhance health status and performance but also results in muscular damage. The aim of this study is to determine when the administration of vitamin antioxidants is more effective in reducing the muscular damage. Methods: An experimental quantitative study with a 2x2 factorial research design was used in this study. Forty of total students in third semester of JPOK-FKIP Sebelas Maret University were randomly selected to become the experimental subjects and divided equally into four groups. First and second groups performed exercise with strenuous sub maximal intensity (SSI, running 2x800 m) and took the vitamin antioxidants (30 mg vitamin A, 200 mg vitamin C, 50 mg vitamin E, 15 mg Zn and 25 mcg Se) before running for first group and after running for second group respectively. Prior to perform prolonged sub maximal intensity (PSI, running 1500 m) third group took the same antioxidants while fourth group took the antioxidant after doing PSI. 48 hours later, MDA plasma levels were determined by using TBARS in order to measure the muscular damage. T-test was use for analyzing all collected data. Results: There is different effect on muscle damage when vitamin antioxidants were taken before and after exercise (obs.T 3.70> tb.T 1.68), which vitamin antioxidants were taken after exercise has a better muscle damage (MDA 200.60><222.38). Conclusions: The administration of vitamin antioxidants after exercise has a better muscle damage.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Exercise, vitamin antioxidants, muscle damage
Subjects:R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions:UNDIP Journal > Media Medika Indonesia
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Medicine
ID Code:19093
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Deposited On:06 Aug 2010 07:37
Last Modified:06 Aug 2010 07:37

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