The increasing popularity of high-intensity resistance training in young males is being blamed for a rise in severe cases of rhabdomyolysis in Australia. Doctors from the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Austin Health reported 34 cases of rhabdomyolysis (defined as a creatinine kinase greater than 25,000 units/L) over a one-year period. Ten of these cases were ...
CrossFit linked to rhabdomyolysis spike
18 Mar 2016