Continuous glucose monitoring of a runner during five marathons

ConclusionCGM is a useful tool for monitoring glucose fluctuation during long distance running. These data would be helpful as a pilot study to understand glucose metabolism and performance during endurance exercises.RésuméIntroductionDe nos jours, avec l’explosion de la course à pied, de nombreux coureurs allant de l’athlète de haut niveau à l’amateur apprécient le marathon. Comprendre les fluctuations du taux de glucose durant un marathon permettrait de discuter et concevoir les performances et l’intensité des exercices. Peu d’études ont mesuré la glycémie en continue (MGC) lors d’un marathon. Parmi ces derniers, une étude rapporte la glycémie de trois coureurs marathoniens avec un diabète de type 1 et une autre étude celle de deux coureurs d’élite pendant une course de 100 km. Cependant, peu de données existent sur la MGC de sujets sains au cours d’un marathon. Le but de cette étude est donc d’observer la fluctuation du glucose pendant un marathon en mesurant la MGC en rapport avec la performance et l’intensité de l’exercice.Synthèse des faits et résultatsLa MGC, la fréquence cardiaque et la vitesse de course ont été mesurées sur un même coureur sain pendant cinq marathons. La MGC, la fréquence cardiaque et la vitesse de...
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