Allan H. Goldfarb

Dr. Goldfarb is an exercise physiologist with a research specialization in biochemistry. His current research is focused on understanding the effects of exercise on the production of radical species and their by-products in relation to physiological function and the use of antioxidant supplementation to mitigate oxidative stress. He has also studied the regulation of metabolism during exercise through hormones and humeral factors. Dr. Goldfarb has more than 60 published per-reviewed articles. They have been published in journals such as Medicine Science and Sports and Exercise, Journal of Applied Physiology, Endocrinology, European Journal of Applied Physiology, Applied Physiology, Nutrition, Metabolism, Journal of Electrical Cardiology, International Journal of Sports Nutrition, Exercise Metabolism and others. He has also co-authored 14 chapters in books. Dr. Goldfarb is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine,and a Fellow of the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education and a member of New York Academy of Sciences and Sigma Xi.

There are 2 included publications by Allan H. Goldfarb :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Effects of acute aerobic and anaerobic exercise on blood markers of oxidative stress 2005 12693 The purpose of this study was to compare oxidative modification of blood proteins, lipids, DNA, and glutathione in the 24 hours following aerobic and anaerobic exercise using similar muscle groups. Ten cross-trained men (24.3 ± 3.8 years, [mean ± SEM...
Effects of an Individualized Soccer Match Simulation on Vertical Stiffness and Impedance 2012 818 An observed relationship between soccer match duration and injury has led to research examining the changes in lower extremity mechanics and performance with fatiguing exercise. Because many fatigue protocols are designed to result in substantial mus...