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Tomáš Dostál

Tomáš Dostál

Academic degree, name, surname:Mgr. Tomáš Dostál, Ph.D.
Room, floor, building: V 225, Building V
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Department (Faculty): Department of Human Movement Studies (Faculty of Education)
Human Motion Diagnostic Centre (Faculty of Education)
Phone number, mobile: +420 553 46 2590
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Effects of a 12-Week Very-Low Carbohydrate High-Fat Diet on Maximal Aerobic Capacity, High-Intensity Intermittent Exercise, and Cardiac Autonomic Regulation: Non-randomized Parallel-Group Study
Tomáš Dostál, Daniel J. Plews, Peter Hofmann, Paul B. Laursen, Lukáš Cipryan
Year: 2019, FRONTIERS IN PHYSIOLOGY
journal article

Adiponectin/leptin ratio increases after a 12-week very low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet, and exercise training in healthy individuals: A non-randomized, parallel design study
Lukáš Cipryan, Tomáš Dostál, Daniel Plews, Peter Hofmann, Paul Laursen
Year: 2021, Nutrition Research
journal article

Regular running in an air-polluted environment: physiological and anthropometric protocol for a prospective cohort study (Healthy Aging in Industrial Environment Study - Program 4)
Lukáš Cipryan, Petr Kutáč, Tomáš Dostál, Matthew Robert Zimmermann, Miroslav Krajcigr, Vera Kristýna Jandačková, Radim Šrám, Daniel Jandačka, Peter Hofmann ... other authors
Year: 2020, BMJ Open
journal article

A 12-week very low-carbohydrate high-fat diet and high-intensity interval training effects on serum adiponectin, leptin and other biomarkers in healthy adults
Lukáš Cipryan, Tomáš Dostál, Ashley Gluchowski, Daniel Plews, Peter Hofmann, Paul Laursen ... other authors
Year: 2019
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Effects of a 12-Week Very-Low Carbohydrate High-Fat Diet on Maximal Aerobic Capacity, High-Intensity Intermittent Exercise, and Cardiac Autonomic Regulation: Non-randomized Parallel-Group Study
Tomáš Dostál, Daniel J. Plews, Peter Hofmann, Paul B. Laursen, Lukáš Cipryan
Year: 2019, FRONTIERS IN PHYSIOLOGY
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AuthorTitleType of thesisYear
Fojtů JakubTraining methods for increasing muscle mass and strengthBachelor's thesis 2021 
Kukol TomášNutrition for strength sportsBachelor's thesis 2021 
Kolenko OndřejIntermittent fastingBachelor's thesis 2020 
Krayzlová HanaInfluence of dynamic and static stretching on sport performanceBachelor's thesis 2020 
Krejčí MartinEffect of intentional cooling on sport performance and regenerationBachelor's thesis 2020 
Vincková TerezaEffect of strength training on the health of the individualBachelor's thesis 2020 
Povová KristýnaThe Physiological Aspects of the Female Athlete TriadBachelor's thesis 2019 
Šiška MartinThe difference between vegetarian and vegan diet and their influence on health and sports performance (overview study)Bachelor's thesis 2019 


Effect of Ketogenic Diet on Sport Performance
Main solverMgr. Tomáš Dostál, Ph.D.
Period1/2017 - 12/2018
ProviderSpecifický VŠ výzkum
Statefinished
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