Research Index

Performance and fitness testing

1986

THE SPORT TESTER: A DEVICE FOR MONITORING THE FREE RUNNIG TEST
Tsanakas J.N., Bannister O.M., Boon A.W., Milner R.D.; University Department of Paediatrics, Childrenís Hospital, Sheffield, UKArch Dis Child 61(9): 912-914, 1986

1987

ESTIMATION OF VO2MAX FROM A ONE-MILE TRACK WALK, GENDER, AGE, AND BODY WEIGHT
Kline G.M., Porcari J.P., Hintermeister R., Freedson P.S., Ward A., McCaron R.F., Ross J., Rippe J.M.; Department of Exercise Science, University of Massaschusetts, Amherst, MA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 19(3): 253-259, 1987

TEST CONCONI AT HOME. PUT ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD TRAINING TO WORK FOR YOU WITH THIS CONVENIENT PROTOCOL
Ennis P., Argentieri M.Bike Tech 3: 1-6, 1987

1989

A FIELD TEST FOR DETERMINING THE SPEED OBTAINED THROUGH ANAEROBIC GLYCOLYSIS IN RUNNERS
Borsetto C., Ballarin E., Casoni I., Cellini M., Bitiello P., Conconi F.; Centro Ricerche Biomediche Applicate allo Sport, Università degli Studi di Ferrara, ItalyInt J Sports Med 10(5): 339-345, 1989

A NEW FITNESS TEST FOR CARDIOVASCULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY AND EXERCISE PROMOTION
Oja P., Laukkanen R., Vuori I.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandAnn Med 21: 249-250, 1989

ADAPTATION OF THE CONCONI TEST TO CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Ballarin E., Borsetto C., Cellini M., Patracchini M., Vitiello P., Ziglio P.G., Conconi F.; Instituto di Chimica Biologica Universita degli Studi di Ferrara, Ferrara, ItalyInt J Sports Med 10(5): 334-338, 1989

1990

HEART RATE DETERMINATION OF ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD IN CHILDREN
Gaisl G., Hofmann P.; Department of Exercise Physiology, University Graz, AustriaPediatr Exerc Sci 2(1): 29-36, 1990

1991

A 2-KM WALKING TEST FOR ASSESSING THE CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS OF HEALTHY ADULTS
Oja P., Laukkanen R., Pasanen M., Tyry T., Vuori I.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandInt J Sports Med 12(4): 356-362, 1991

1992

ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD AND SPORT TRAINING
Gremion G., Gobelet C.; FranceMed du Sport 66(1): 7-13, 1992

FEASIBILITY OF A 2-KM WALKING TEST FOR FITNESS ASSESSMENT IN A POPULATION STUDY
Laukkanen R.M.T., Oja P., Ojala K.H., Pasanen M.E., Vuori I.M.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandScan J Soc Med 20(2): 119-126, 1992

VALIDITY OF A TWO KILOMETRE WALKING TEST FOR ESTIMATING MAXIMAL AEROBIC POWER IN OVERWEIGHT ADULTS
Laukkanen R., Oja P., Pasanen M., Vuori I.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandInt J Obes 16: 263-268, 1992

1993

A TWO-KILOMETER WALKING TEST: EFFECT OF WALKING SPEED ON THE PREDICTION OF MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE
Laukkanen R., Oja P., Pasanen M.E., Vuori I.M.Scand J Med Sci Sports 3:263-266, 1993

CORRELATION BETWEEN INFLECTION OF HEART RATE WORK PERFORMANCE CURVE AND MYOCARDIAL FUNCTION IN EXHAUSTING CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE
Pokan R., Hofmann P., Preidler K., Leitner H., Dusleag J., Eber B., Schwaberger G., Fuger G.F., Klein W.; Department of Internal Medicine, Karl Franzens University, Graz, AustriaEur J Appl Physiol 67: 385-388, 1993

CRITERION VALIDITY OF A TWO-KILOMETER WALKING TEST FOR PREDICTING THE MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE OF MODERATELY TO HIGHLY ACTIVE MIDDLE-AGED ADULTS
Laukkanen R., Oja P., Pasanen M.E., Vuori I.M.Scand J Med Sci Sports 3:267-272, 1993

USING HEART RATE MONITORS IN RESEARCH ON FITNESS LEVELS OF CHILDREN IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Strand B., Reeder S.; Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Utah State University, Logan, UT, USAJournal of Teaching in Physical Education 12(2): 215-220, 1993

VALIDATION OF A 20-MINUTE STEADY-STATE JOG AS AN ESTIMATE OF PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE IN ADOLESCENTS
Murray T., Walker J., Jackson A., Morrow J., Eldridge J., Rainey D.; Department of HPERD, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, USARes Quart Exerc Sport 64(1): 75-82, 1993

VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE COSMED K2 TO MEASURE OXYGEN UPTAKE
Lothian F., Farrally M., Mahoney C.; Department of Physical Education, University of St. Andrews, ScotlandCan J Appl Physiol 18(2): 197-206, 1993

1994

A SIMPLIFIED APPROACH TO ESTIMATING THE MAXIMAL LACTATE STEADY STATE
Snyder A.C., Woulfe T., Welsh R., Foster C.; Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Department of Human Kinetics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, USAInt J of Sports Med 15(1): 27-31, 1994

COMPARISON OF NONINVASIVELY DETERMINED ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD WITH RUNNING RESULTS IN THE MARATHON RACE IN RECREATIONAL RUNNERS
Hofmann P., Gaisl G., Leitner H.; Department of Sports Sciences, Karl Franzens University, Graz, AustriaIn HPER-Moving Toward the 21st Century; Eds. Duffy P., Dugdale L.; Human Kinetics, Champagne, 1994, Pp 217-225

HEART RATE THRESHOLD RELATED TO LACTATE TURN POINT AND STEADYSTATE EXERCISE ON A CYCLE ERGOMETER
Hofmann P., Bunc V., Leitner H., Pokan R., Gaisl G.; Institute of Sport Sciences, University of Graz, AustriaEur J Appl Physiol 69: 132-139, 1994

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEART RATE THRESHOLD, LACTATE TURN POINT AND MYOCARDIAL FUNCTION
Hofmann P., Pokan R., Preidler K., Leitner H., Szolar D., Eber B., Schwaberger G.; Department of Sports Sciences, Karl Franzens University, Graz, AustriaInt J Sports Med 15(5): 232-237, 1994

THE ACCURACY OF THE ACSM AND A NEW CYCLE ERGOMETRY EQUATION FOR YOUNG WOMEN
Latin R.W., Berg K.E.; School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, USAMed Sci Sport Exerc 26(5): 642-646, 1994

VALIDATION OF THE ROCKPORT FITNESS WALKING TEST FOR ADULTS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION
Kittredge J.M., Rimmer J.H., Looney M.A.; Department of Physical Education, Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, IL, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 26 (1): 95-102, 1994

VALIDITY OF THE CONCONI HEART RATE METHOD FOR DETERMINING LACTATE THRESHOLD IN COMPETITIVE CYCLISTS
Mendoza W., Carey D.G., Serfass R.C.; Exercise Science Laboratory, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 26(5): 64, 1994

1995

A METHOD OF GUIDING EXERCISE INTENSITY: THE TALK TEST
Brawner C.A., Keteyian S.J., Czaplicki T.E.; Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute, Detroit, MI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 27(5): 241, 1995

DOES THE LACTATE MINIMUM POINT REPRESENT THE SECOND VENTILATORY BREAKPOINT?
Brennan J.H., Wallace E.S., White J.A.; School of Leisure and Tourism, University of Ulster at Jordanstown, Newtownabbey, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

ESTIMATION OF AEROBIC CAPACITY FROM SUBMAXIMAL CYCLE ERGOMETRY IN WOMEN
Hartung G.H., Blanco R.J., Lally D.A., Krock L.P.; Cardiology Service HSHK-DMC, Tripler Army Medical Center, Tripler AMC, HI , USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(3): 452-457, 1995

EVALUATION OF HEART RATE THRESHOLD BY MEANS OF LACTATE STEADY STATE AND ENDURANCE TESTS IN WHITE WATER KAYAKERS
Hofmann P., Peinhaupt G., Leitner H., Pokan R.; Institute of Sports Sciences, University of Graz, AustriaIn The Way to Win. Proceedings of the International Congress on Applied Research in Sports; Eds. Viitasalo J., Kujala U.; The Finnish Society for Research in Sport and Physical Education, Helsinki, 1995, Pp 217-220

EVALUATION OF THE COSMED K2 TELEMETRY SYSTEM DURING EXERCISE AT MODERATE ALTITUDE
Bigard A.-X., Guezennec C.-Y.; Département de Physiologie Systémique, Centre díEtudes et de Recherches de Médecine Aérospatiale, Brétigny sur Orge Cedex, FranceMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(9): 1333-1338, 1995

HEART RATE DEFLECTION RELATED TO LACTATE PERFORMANCE CURVE AND PLASMA CATECHOLAMINE RESPONSE DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE
Pokan R., Hofmann P., Lehmann M., Leitner H., Eber B., Gasser R., Schwaberger G., Schmid P., Keul J., Klein W.; Department of Internal Medicine, Karl Franzens University, Graz, AustriaEur J Appl Physiol 70: 175-179, 1995

INFLUENCE OF ENDURANCE CAPACITY ON HEART RATE DURING AND AFTER AN INCREMENTAL TREADMILL TEST
Held T., Marti B..; Sportwissenschaftliches Institut, Sportschule Magglingen, SwitzerlandSchweiz Z Sportmed, 1995

INFLUENCE OF PARASYMPATHETIC RECEPTOR BLOCKADE ON HEART RATE PERFORMANCE CURVE AND BLOOD LACTATE DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE
Hofmann P., Pokan R., Lehmann M., Leitner H., Eber B., Keul J., Klein W.; Institute of Sports Sciences, University of Graz, AustriaIn The Way to Win. Proceedings of the International Congress on Applied Research in Sports; Eds. Viitasalo J., Kujala U.; The Finnish Society for Research in Sport and Physical Education, Helsinki, 1995 Pp 233-236

LACTATE THRESHOLD, TIME TO EXHAUSTION AND MAXIMAL HEART RATE IN RUNNING TRAINING
Fernström J., Wessely G.; Naprapathhögskola, Stockholm, SwedenMasters Thesis, 1995

MALE AND FEMALE PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSES TO TREADMILL AND DEEP WATER RUNNING AT MATCHED RUNNING CADENCES
Brown S.P., Chitwood L.F., Beason K.R., McLemore D.R.; Department of Exercise Science and Leisure Management, The University of Mississippi, MS, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 27(5): 245, 1995

NONEXERCISE REGRESSION MODELS TO ESTIMATE PEAK OXYGEN CONSUMPTION
Heil D.P., Freedson P.S., Ahlquist L.E, Price J., Rippe J.M.; Department of Exercise Science, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(4): 599-606, 1995

PERCEIVED EXERTION, BLOOD LACTATE ACCUMULATION AND MAXIMAL PERFORMANCE RELATED TO ENDURANCE CAPACITY: AN ANALYSIS OF 319 INCREMENTAL TESTS ON THE TREADMILL
Held T.; Sportwissenschaftliches Institut, Sportschule Magglingen, SwitzerlandSchweiz Z Sportmed 1: 15-22, 1995

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO A MAXIMAL CYCLE TEST INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE WATER
Lazzari J.M.A., Bianchini J., Pezzi C.L., Meyer F., Sampredo R.M.F., Kruel L.F.; ESEF, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, RS, BrazilMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 27(5): 49, 1995

PREDICTION OF CYCLING TIME TRIAL PERFORMANCE USING MAXIMAL LABORATORY MEASURES
Dobbins T.; Chichester Institute of Higher Education, Chichester, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

VERIFICATION OF THE HEART RATE THRESHOLD
Bunc V., Hofmann P., Leitner H., Gaisl G.; Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University, Prague, Czech RepublicEur J Appl Physiol 70: 263-269, 1995

VERSACLIMBING ELICITS HIGHER VO2MAX THAN DOES TREADMILL RUNNING OR ROWING ERGOMETRY
Brahler C.J., Blank S.E..; Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27(2): 249-254, 1995

1996

EFFECT OF THE SLOW-COMPONENT RISE IN OXYGEN UPTAKE ON VO2MAX
Sloninger M.A., Cureton K.J., Carrasco D.I., Prior B.M., Rowe D.A., Thompson R.W.; Department of Exercise Science, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 28(1): 72-78, 1996

EFFECTS OF MODE OF EXERCISE AND GENDER ON OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION, AND LACTATE AT EQUATED HEART RATE INTENSITIES
Loebel C.C., Navin S.E., Marker J.C.; Department of Human Biology, Green Bay, WI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28 (5): 190, 1996

METHOD OF ESTIMATION OF OXYGEN CONSUMPTION FROM HEART RATE USING MATHEMATICAL MODEL
Sasaki T., Tsunoda K., Katoh I.; Biomechanics Lab., Hokusei Jr. College, Sapporo, JapanIntersociety Conference: The Integrative Biology of Exercise, 1996

THE CONCONI TEST: METHODOLOGY AFTER 12 YEARS OF APPLICATION
Conconi F., Grazzi G., Casoni I., Guglielmini C., Borsetto C., Ballarin E., Mazzoni G., Patracchini M., Manfredini F.; Centro Studi Biomedici Applicati allo Sport, Università degli Studi di Ferrara, ItalyInt J Sports Med 17(7): 509-519, 1996

VALIDATION OF TWO MAXIMAL AEROBIC SPEED (MAS) FIELD TESTS
Melin B., Jimenez C., Charpenet A., Pouzeratte N., Bittel J.; FranceScience & Sports 11(1): 46-52, 1996

VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE 1-MILE TRACK JOG TEST IN PREDICTING VO2MAX IN BLACKS AND WHITES
Quail J.W., Vehrs P.R., Jackson A.S.; Department of HHP, University of Houston, TX, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28(5): 182, 1996

1997

A STATISTICAL MODEL FOR INDIRECT EVALUATION OF EXERCISE LACTATE LEVEL
Karu E.T., Vider V.J., Lemberg A.H.; Department of Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Tartu, EstoniaAbstract in The Fourth IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences, Principality of Monaco, 1997

ANALYSIS OF FIELD METHODS FOR TESTING AEROBIC CAPABILITIES IN ATHLETES
Miakinchenko E., Kholodniak D., Obukhov S., Seluianov V.; Research Laboratory, Russian State Academy of Physical Education, Moscow, RussiaAbstract in The Second Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997

BLOOD LACTATE AND PERCEIVED EXERTION RELATIVE TO VENTILATORY THRESHOLD: BOYS VERSUS MEN
Mahon A.D., Duncan G.E., Howe C.A., Del Corral P.; Human Performance Laboratory, Ball State University, Muncie, IN, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(10): 1332-1337, 1997

DETECTION OF VENTILATORY THRESHOLD USING NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY IN MEN AND WOMEN
Bhambhani Y.N., Buckley S.M., Susaki T.; Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta, Edmonton, CanadaMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(3): 402-409, 1997

DETERMINATION OF THE HEART RATE DEFLECTION POINT. SHORT COMMUNICATION
Hofmann P., Pokan R., Bachl N., Schmid P.; Institute of Sports Sciences, Department of Exercise Physiology, University of Graz, AustriaJ Sports Med Phys Fitness 37(2): 151-154, 1997

HEART RATE PERFORMANCE CURVE DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE IN HEALTHY YOUNG MALE SUBJECTS
Hofmann P., Pokan R., Von Duvillard S.P., Seibert F.J., Zweiker R., Schmid P.; Department of Exercise Physiology, Institute of Sports Sciences, University of Graz, AustriaMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(6): 762-768, 1997

NON-EXERCISE VO2MAX ESTIMATION FOR PHYSICALLY ACTIVE COLLEGE STUDENTS
George J.D., Stone W.J., Burkett L.N.; Department of Exercise Science and Physical Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(3): 415-423, 1997

PREDICTION OF MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE IN MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN USING JOGGING AND OR WALKING TESTS
Tammik K., Jürimäe T.Biol. Sport 14:311-317, 1997

RAMP AND CONSTANT POWER TRIALS PRODUCE EQUIVALENT CRITICAL POWER ESTIMATES
Morton R.H., Green S., Bishop D., Jenkins D.G.; Department of Statistics, Massey University, New ZealandMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(6): 833-836, 1997

THE COSMED K4 TELEMETRY SYSTEM AS AN ACCURATE DEVICE FOR OXYGEN UPTAKE MEASUREMENTS DURING EXERCISE
Hausswirth C., Bigard A.X., Le Chevalier J.M.; Laboratoire de Biomecanique et de Physiologie, Institut National du Sport et de l'Education Physique, Paris, FranceInt J Sports Med 18: 449-453, 1997

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED AND ELECTRONICALLY ATTAINED HEART RATES FOLLOWING THE ROCKPOT WALK TEST
Hansen-Kieffer K., Koelling B., Minning J., Kieffer S; University of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, SD, USARes Quart Exerc Sport, Suppl, March: A32, 1997

1998

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF 5 TO 7-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN AND THEIR MOTHERS
Welsman J., Armstrong N.Eur J Phys Educ 3:145-155, 1998

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE AND PERFORMANCE ON THE WINGATE ANAEROBIC TEST IN 12-YEAR-OLDS
Armstrong N., Welsman J., Kirby B.Acta Kinesiologiae Universitatis Tartuensis 3:7-21, 1998

SAFETY AND FEASIBILITY OF A HEALTH-RELATED FITNESS TEST BATTERY FOR ADULTS
Suni J.H., Miilunpalo S.I., Asikainen T.-M., Laukkanen R.T., Oja P., Pasanen M.E., Bös K., Vuori I.M.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandPhys Ther 78(2): 134-148, 1998

1999

A DISPROPORTIONATE INCREASE IN VOĢ COINCIDENT WITH LACTATE THRESHOLD DURING TREADMILL EXERCISE
Jones A.M., Carter H., Doust J.H.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(9):1299-1306, 1999

CLASSIFICATION OF CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS WITHOUT EXERCISE TESTING
Matthews C.E., Heil D.P., Freedson P.S., Pastides H.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(3):486-493, 1999

CONTINUOUS AND INTERMITTENT TRAINING FOR LONG-DISTANCE RUNNERS
Demarie S., Demarle A., Ponsot E., Tricot V., Souquet J.B., Koralsztein J.P., Billat V.Abstract in Proc 4th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Rome Italy, 1999, p 143

EFFECT OF PROPULSION MODE ON MAXIMAL HEART RATE AND RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION IN RUNNING
Scaglioni P., Aragón-Vargas L.F.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 31 (Suppl 5):nr 400, 1999

PREDICTION OF CHANGE IN MAXIMAL AEROBIC POWER BY THE 2-KM WALK TEST AFTER WALKING TRAINING IN MIDDLE-AGED ADULTS
Laukkanen R.M.T., Kukkonen-Harjula T.K., Oja P., Pasanen M.E., Vuori I.M.Int J Sports Med 20:1-5, 1999

SALMETEROL AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE AT -15 DEGREES C IN HIGHLY TRAINED NONASTHMATIC CROSS-COUNTRY SKIERS
Sue-Chu M., Sandsund M., Helgerud J., Reinertsen R.E., Bjermer L.Scand J Med Sci Sports 9:48-52, 1999

THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT INTERVAL DURATIONS ON MEASURES OF EXERCISE INTENSITY
Hrovatin LA, M.S. Thesis in University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, USA, 1999

THE HEART RATE TURN POINT RELIABILITY AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS
Pokan R., Hofmann P., Von Duvillard S.P., Smekal G., Hogler R., Tschan H., Baron R., Schmid P., Bachl N.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(6):903-907, 1999

UTILITY OF PWC75% AS AN ESTIMATE OF AEROBIC POWER IN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND POPULATION-BASED STUDIES
Gore C.J., Booth M.L., Bauman A., Owen N.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(2):348-351, 1999

VALIDATION AND RELIABILITY TESTING OF THE BENSON FIELD TEST FOR MAXIMAL HEART RATE IN RUNNERS
Comer W., Andres L.P., Liljeblad K., Castaneda C., Dallal G., Hughes V.A., Roubenoff R.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 31 (Suppl 5):nr 1382, 1999

2000

EFFECT OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING ON THE ESTIMATION OF CRITICAL POWER
Bull A.J., Housh T.J., Johnson G.O., Perry S.R.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(2):526-530, 2000

ENERGY COST OF THREE MAXIMAL TESTING MODES IN RECREATIONAL ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS
Staiger S., von Duvillard S.P.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 1039, 2000

RELIABILITY OF A 1-H ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE TEST IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE MALES
Eckerson J., Bachle L., Petzel D., Stout J., Moore G., Albertson L., Yokoyama S.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 1040, 2000

2001

BLOOD LACTATE LEVELS DURING CONTINUOUS EXERCISES WITH A PREDERTEMINED HEART RATE
Goncalves R., Szmuzhrowski L., Gripp F.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 1021

CHARACTERISTIC STRAIN OF WALKING AS COMPARED TO JOGGING AND CYCLE ERGOMETRY IN PERSONS WITH DIFFERENT AEROBIC CAPACITY
Schwarz M., Schwarz L., Urhausen A., Ebersohl A., Kindermann W.Deutche Zeitschrift für Sportmedizin, Jahrgang 52, Nr. 4, 2001, p. 136-141

COMPARISON OF INCREMENTAL TREADMILL EXERCISE AND FREE RANGE RUNNING
Grouter S., Foster C., Esten P., Brice G., Porcari J.P.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(4):644-647, 2001

DIFFERENCES IN HEART RATE RECOVERY BELOW AND ABOVE LACTATE THRESHOLD
Stasiulis A.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 952

EFFECTS OF 2 MINUTES ACTIVE RECOVERY ON A “ BOOSTER” VO2 MAX TEST DURING CYCLE ERGOMETRY
Bosak A.M, Green J.M, Crews RT.R, Peveler W.W.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 134, 2001

INTERMITTENT ISOMETRIC EXERCISE, A NEW MODEL TO STUDY VO2 SLOW COMPONENT
Hallen J., Resaland G.K., Aasen S.B.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 1830, 2001

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND METABOLIC PROFILE OF UPPER BODY INTERMITTENT ANAEROBIC EXERCISE
Franchini E., Takito M., Bertuzzi R., Cavinato C., Kiss M.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 996

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO THE DIFFERENT DURATION SIT-UP TESTS IN FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Sööt T., Jurimäe T.Abstract in 7th International Scientific Conference of the International Association of Sport Kinetics in Cooperation with the Faculty of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Tartu, 2001, p 110

THE RELIABILITY OF CYCLING EFFICIENCY
Moseley L., Jeukendrup A.E.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(4):621-627, 2001

VALIDITY OF THE SELF-ADMINISTERED UKK WALK TEST FOR PREDICTING VO2MAX
Oja P., Mänttäri A., Laukkanen R., Parkkari J.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 351

VALIDITY OF THE SUPERVISED AND SELF ADMINISTERED UKK WALK TEST FOR PREDICTING VO2MAX
Mänttäri A., Oja P., Laukkanen R., Salonen M., Parkkari J.Proc NES 33rd Annual Congress, Tampere Finland, 2001, pp 350-353

2002

THE DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE UKK WALK TEST FOR AEROBIC FITNESS ASSESSMENT
Laukkanen R., Oja P., Kukkonen-Harjula K.Liikunta & Tiede 1, 2002

2003

VALIDITY OF THE UKK WALK TEST IN PREDICTING THE MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE IN KOREANS
Kang S.J., Laukkanen R., Baek S.S.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 35(5), 2003

2006

A COMPARISON OF FIELD METHODS TO ASSESS CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AMONG NEOPHYTE EXERCISERS
D’Alonzo KTBiological Research for Nursing 8(1): 7-14, 2006

2007

EFFECTS OF A MAXIMAL EXERCISE TEST ON NEUROCOGNITIVE FUNCTION
Covassin T, Weiss L, Powell J, Womack CBritish Journal of Sports Medicine 41: 370-374, 2007

MINUTE VOLUMES AND INSPIRATORY FLOW RATES DURING EXHAUSTIVE TREADMILL WALKING USING RESPIRATORS
Holmér I, Kuklane K, Gao CAnn Hyg 51(3): 327-335, 2007

ROBUSTNESS OF A 3-MIN ALL-OUT CYCLING TEST TO MANIPULATIONS OF POWER PROFILE AND CADENCE IN HUMANS
Vanhatalo A, Doust JH, Burnley MExp Physiol 93(3): 383-90, 2007

2008

A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF MILK AND A CARBOHYDRATE-ELECTROLYTE DRINK ON THE RESTORATION OF FLUID BALANCE AND EXERCISE CAPACITY IN A HOT, HUMID ENVIRONMENT
Watson P, Love TD, Maughan RJ, Shirreffs SM
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(4):633–642, 2008

CAFFEINE AND CARBOHYDRATE SUPPLEMENTATION DURING EXERCISE WHEN IN NEGATIVE ENERGY BALANCE: EFFECTS ON PERFORMANCE, METABOLISM, AND SALIVARY CORTISOL
Slivka S, Hailes W, Cuddy J, Ruby B
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(6):1079-85, 2008

CHANGES IN EEG DURING GRADED EXERCISE ON A RECUMBENT CYCLE ERGOMETER
Bailey SP, Hall EE, Folger SE, Miller PC
J Sports Sci Med, 7(4):505-511, 2008

CHANGES IN PHYSICAL FITNESS IN MODERATELY FIT ADULTS WITH AND WITHOUT THE USE OF EXERCISE TELEMETRY MONITORS
Ring-Dimitriou S, von Duvillard SP, Stadlmann M, Kinnunen H, Drachta O, Müller E, Laukkanen R, Hamra J, Weeks S, Peak K
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(5):505-13, 2008

CRITICAL POWER IN ADOLESCENT BOYS AND GIRLS - AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
Williams CA, Dekerle J, McGawley K, Berthoin S, Carter H
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(6):1105-11, 2008

EFFECT OF CAFFEINE INGESTION ON ONE-REPETITION MAXIMUM MUSCULAR STRENGTH
Astorino TA, Rohmann RL, Firth K
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(2):127–132, 2008

EFFECT OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON MUSCLE STEROIDOGENESIS
Vingren JL, Kraemer WJ, Hatfield DL, Anderson JM, Volek JS, Ratamess NA, Thomas GA, Ho JY, Fragala MS, Maresh CM
J Appl Physiol 105(6):1754-60, 2008

EFFECTS OF CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION 15 MIN BEFORE EXERCISE ON ENDURANCE RUNNING CAPACITY
Karamanolis IA, Tokmakidis SP
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(3):441-449, 2008

ESTIMATION OF MAXIMAL HEART RATE USING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND EXERCISE INTENSITY IN 40–67 YEARS OLD MEN
Karavirta L, Tulppo MP, Nyman K, Laaksonen DE, Pullinen T, Laukkanen RT, Kinnunen H, Häkkinen A, Häkkinen K
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(1):25–32, 2008

EVALUATION OF A CYCLING PRE-LOAD TIME TRIAL PROTOCOL IN RECREATIONALLY ACTIVE HUMANS
Sewell D, McGregor RA
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(5):615–621, 2008

IMPACT OF METFORMIN ON PEAK AEROBIC CAPACITY
Braun B, Eze P, Stephens BR, Hagobian TA, Sharoff CG, Chipkin SR, Goldstein B
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(1):61-67, 2008

MUSCLE SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY AT REST COMPARED TO EXERCISE TOLERANCE
Hautala AJ, Kiviniemi AM, Mäkikallio TH, Tiinanen S, Seppänen T, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(5):533–538, 2008

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MUSCLE FATIGUE CHARACTERISTICS AND MARKERS OF ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE
Morris MG, Dawes H, Howells K, Scott OM, Cramp M
J Sports Sci Med, 7(4):431-436, 2008

THE HIGHEST INTENSITY AND THE SHORTEST DURATION PERMITTING ATTAINMENT OF MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE DURING CYCLING: EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT METHODS AND AEROBIC FITNESS LEVEL
Caputo F, Denadai BS
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(1):47–57, 2008

THE MULTI-STAGE FITNESS TEST AS A PREDICTOR OF ENDURANCE FITNESS IN WHEELCHAIR ATHLETES
Goosey-Tolfrey VL, Tolfrey K
J Sports Sci 26(5):511-7, 2008

VALIDITY OF CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHING MAXIMAL O2 UPTAKE DURING RAMP EXERCISE TESTS
Poole DC, Wilkerson DP, Jones AM
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(4):403–410, 2008

2009

EFFECTS OF SECONDARY WARM UP FOLLOWING STRETCHING
Pearce AJ, Kidgell DJ, Zois J, Carlson JS
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(2):175–183, 2009

EVALUATION OF TRUE MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE BASED ON A NOVEL SET OF STANDARDIZED CRITERIA
Midgley AW, Carroll S, Marchant D, McNaughton LR, Siegler J
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 34(2):115-23, 2009

EXERCISING WITH RESERVE: EVIDENCE THAT THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM REGULATES PROLONGED EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
Swart J, Lamberts RP, Lambert MI, St Clair Gibson A, Lambert EV, Skowno J, Noakes TD
Br J Sports Med 43(10):782-788, 2009

HEART RATE AND BLOOD LACTATE CORRELATES OF PERCEIVED EXERTION DURING SMALL-SIDED SOCCER GAMES
Coutts AJ, Rampinini E, Marcora SM, Castagna C, Impellizzeri FM
J Sci Med Sport 12(1):79-84, 2009

HEART RATE-BASED PROTOCOLS FOR EXERCISE CHALLENGE TESTING DO NOT ENSURE SUFFICIENT EXERCISE INTENSITY FOR INDUCING EXERCISE-INDUCED BRONCHIAL OBSTRUCTION
Trümper C, Mäueler S, Vobejda C, Zimmermann E
Br J Sports Med 43(6):429-431, 2009

HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES AND LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR DYNAMICS OF CARDIOVASCULAR AUTONOMIC REGULATION FOLLOWING SUPRAMAXIMAL EXERCISE
Goulopoulou S, Fernhal B, Kanaley JA
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(4): 525–531, 2009

INFLUENCE OF RECOVERY MANIPULATION AFTER HYPERLACTEMIA INDUCTION ON THE LACTATE MINIMUM INTENSITY
Ribeiro LF, Gonçalves CG, Kater DP, Lima MC, Gobatto CA
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(2):159–165, 2009

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS, AND METABOLIC SYNDROME IN YOUNG MEXICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN
Vella CA, Zubia RY, Ontiveros D, Cruz ML
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 34(2):10–17, 2009

PLACEBO EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE ON SHORT-TERM RESISTANCE EXERCISE TO FAILURE
Duncan MJ, Lyons M, Hankey J
Int J Sports Physiol Perform 4(2):244-53, 2009

PREDICTION OF MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE FROM SUBMAXIMAL RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION AND HEART RATE DURING A CONTINUOUS EXERCISE TEST: THE EFFICACY OF RPE 13
Lambrick DM, Faulkner JA, Rowlands AV, Eston RG
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(1):1-9, 2009

RESPIRATORY COMPENSATION AND BLOOD PH REGULATION DURING VARIABLE INTENSITY EXERCISE IN TRAINED VERSUS UNTRAINED SUBJECTS
Del Coso J, Hamouti N, Aguado-Jimenez R, Mora-Rodriguez R
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(1):83-93, 2009

TIME TO EXHAUSTION AT MAXIMAL LACTATE STEADY STATE IS SIMILAR FOR CYCLING AND RUNNING IN MODERATELY TRAINED SUBJECTS
Fontana P, Boutellier U, Knöpfli-Lenzin C
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(3):187-192, 2009

2010

A SIMPLE APPROACH TO ASSESS VT DURING A FIELD WALK TEST  
Dourado VZ, Banov MC, Marino MC, de Souza VL, Antunes LC, McBurnie MA
Int J Sports Med 31(10): 698-703, 2010

BLOOD URIDINE CONCENTRATION MAY BE AN INDICATOR OF THE DEGRADATION OF PYRIMIDINE NUCLEOTIDES DURING PHYSICAL EXERCISE WITH INCREASING INTENSITY
Dudzinska W, Lubkowska A, Dolegowska B, Safranow K
J Physiol Biochem 66: 189–96, 2010

CHANGES IN BLOOD PRESSURE WITH COMPENSATORY HEART RATE DECREASE AND IN THE LEVEL OF AEROBIC CAPACITY IN RESPONSE TO REPEATED WHOLE-BODY CRYOSTIMULATION IN NORMOTENSIVE, YOUNG AND PHYSICALLY ACTIVE MEN
Lubkowska A, Szygu?a Z
Int J Occupat Med Environ Health 23(4): 367 – 75, 2010

COMPARISON OF A DOUBLE POLING ERGOMETER AND FIELD TEST FOR ELITE CROSS COUNTRY SIT SKIERS
Forbes SC, Chilibeck PD, Craven B, Bhambhani Y
N Am J Sports Phys Ther 5(2): 40–6, 2010

DIETARY NITRATE REDUCES MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION WHILE MAINTAINING WORK PERFORMANCE IN MAXIMAL EXERCISE
Larsen FJ, Weitzberg E, Lundberg JO, Ekblom B
Free Rad Biol Med 48(2): 342–7, 2010

DIRECT VALIDITY OF THE YO-YO INTERMITTENT RECOVERY TEST IN YOUNG TEAM HANDBALL PLAYERS
Souhail H, Castagna C, Mohamed, HY, Younes H, Chamari K
J Strength Cond Res 24(2): 465-70, 2010

ERGOMETER ROWING WITH AND WITHOUT SLIDES  
Holsgaard-Larsen A, Jensen K
Int J Sports Med 31(12): 870-4, 2010

INFLUENCE OF INGESTING A CARBOHYDRATE-ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION BEFORE AND DURING A 1-HOUR RUN IN FED ENDURANCE-TRAINED RUNNERS
Rollo I, Williams C
J Sports Sci 28(6): 593-601, 2010

INTERACTION EFFECTS OF TIME OF DAY AND SUB-MAXIMAL TREADMILL EXERCISE ON THE MAIN DETERMINANTS OF BLOOD FLUIDITY
Ahmadizad S, Bassami M
Clin Hemorheol Microcirc 45(2-4): 177-84, 2010

IS ACUTE STATIC STRETCHING ABLE TO REDUCE THE TIME TO EXHAUSTION AT POWER OUTPUT CORRESPONDING TO MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE
Samogin Lopes FA, Menegon, EM, Franchini, E, Tricoli, V, Bertuzzi, RC
J Strength Cond Res 24(6): 1650-6, 2010

LONG-TERM RELIABILITY OF THE INCREMENTAL SHUTTLE WALKING TEST IN CLINICALLY STABLE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE PATIENTS
Pepera G, McAllister J, Sandercock G
Physiotherapy 96(3): 222–7, 2010

OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, SHUTTLE WALKING TEST AND THE EVALUATION OF LUNG RESECTION
Benzo RP, Sciurba FC
Respiration 80: 19-23, 2010

PARAMETERS OF WALKING AND JOGGING IN HEALTHY YOUNG ADULTS
Barreira TV, Rowe DA, Minsoo K
Int J Exerc Sci 3(1): 4-13, 2010

PEAK CARDIAC POWER OUTPUT IN HEALTHY, TRAINED MEN
Schlader ZJ, Mündel T, Barnes MJ, Hodges LD
Clin Physiol Funct Imaging 30(6): 480–484, 2010

PREDICTING AFFECTIVE RESPONSES TO EXERCISE USING RESTING EEG FRONTAL ASYMMETRY: DOES INTENSITY MATTER?
Hall EE, Ekkekakis P, Petruzzello SJ
Biological Psychology 83(3): 201–6, 2010

RELIABILITY AND FACTORIAL VALIDITY OF AGILITY TESTS FOR SOCCER PLAYERS
Sporis, G Jukic I, Milanovic L, Vucetic V
J Strength Cond Res 24(3): 679-86, 2010

RELIABILITY OF TWO METABOLIC SYSTEMS DURING SPORT-SPECIFIC UPPER-BODY ERGOMETRY
Sealey RM, Leicht AS, Spinks W, Sinclair W
Eur J Sport Sci 10(5): 305-9, 2010

THE 6-MINUTE WALK TEST AS A NEW OUTCOME MEASURE IN DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
McDonald CM, Henricson EK, Han JJ, Abresch RT, Nicorici A, Elfring GL, Atkinson L, Reha A, Hirawat, Miller LL
Muscle & Nerve 41(4): 500–10, 2010

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TEST OF REPEATED-SPRINT ABILITY FOR ELITE WOMEN'S SOCCER PLAYERS
Gabbett TJ
J Strength Cond Res 24(5): 1191-4, 2010

THE EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON LANDING BIOMECHANICS IN SINGLE-LEG DROP LANDINGS
Brazen D, Todd MK, Ambegaonkar JP, Wunderlich R, Peterson C
Clin J Sport Med 20(4): 286-92, 2010

THE EFFECT OF SODIUM BICARBONATE INGESTION ON HIGH-INTENSITY INTERMITTENT RUNNING AND SUBSEQUENT PERFORMANCE
Price MJ, Simons C
J Strength Cond Res 24(7): 1834-42, 2010

2011

AEROBIC FITNESS TESTING IN CHRONIC NONSPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN: A COMPARISON OF DEEP-WATER RUNNING WITH CYCLE ERGOMETRY
Cuesta-Vargas AT, Heywood S
Am J Phys Med Rehabil 90(12): 1030–5, 2011

BLOOD LACTATE RECOVERY AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES DURING DIAGONAL SKIING OF VARIABLE INTENSITY
Björklund G, Laaksonen MS, Holmberg H-C
Eur J Sport Sci 11(5): 317-26, 2011

CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AND THE FLEXIBLE MODULATION OF COGNITIVE CONTROL IN PREADOLESCENT CHILDREN
Pontifex MB, Raine LB, Johnson CR, Chaddock L, Voss MW, Cohen NJ, Kramer AF, Hillman CH
J Cogn Neurosci 23(6): 1332-45, 2011

COMPARISON OF AEROBIC VERSUS RESISTANCE EXERCISE TRAINING EFFECTS ON METABOLIC SYNDROME (FROM THE STUDIES OF A TARGETED RISK REDUCTION INTERVENTION THROUGH DEFINED EXERCISE - STRRIDE-AT/RT)
Bateman LA, Slentz CA, Willis LH, Shields AT, Piner LW, Bales CW, Houmard JA, Kraus WE
Am J Cardiol 108(6): 838–44, 2011

COMPARISON STUDY OF TREADMILL VERSUS ARM ERGOMETRY
Schrieks IC, Barnes MJ, Hodges LD
Clin Physiol Funct Imaging 31(4): 326–31, 2011

ECCENTRIC EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE DISSOCIATES THE LACTATE AND GAS EXCHANGE THRESHOLDS
Davies RC, Rowlands AV, Poole DC, Jones AM, Eston RG
J Sports Sci 29(2): 181-9, 2011

EFFECT OF A 2-H HYPERGLYCEMIC–HYPERINSULINEMIC GLUCOSE CLAMP TO PROMOTE GLUCOSE STORAGE ON ENDURANCE EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
MacLaren DPM, Mohebbi H, Nirmalan M, Keegan MA, Best CT, Perera D, Harvie MN, Campbell IT
Eur J Appl Physiol 111: 2105–2114, 2011

EFFECT OF CAFFEINE INGESTION AFTER CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON INTERMITTENT HIGH-INTENSITY SPRINT PERFORMANCE
Lee C-L, Lin J-C, Cheng C-F
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(8): 1669-77, 2011

EFFECT OF COLD WATER IMMERSION ON REPEATED CYCLING PERFORMANCE AND LIMB BLOOD FLOW
Vaile J, O'Hagan C, Stefanovic B, Walker M, Gill N, Askew CD
Br J Sports Med 45: 825-9, 2011

EFFECT OF DIFFERENT BICYCLE BODY POSITIONS ON POWER OUTPUT IN AEROBICALLY TRAINED FEMALES
Hubenig LR, Game AB, Kennedy MD
Res Sports Med 19(4): 245-58, 2011

ESTIMATION OF AEROBIC FITNESS FROM 20-M MULTISTAGE SHUTTLE RUN TEST PERFORMANCE
Mahar MT, Guerieri AM, Hanna MS, Kemble CD
Am J Prev Med 41(4S2): S117–23, 2011

FEASIBILITY AND RELIABILITY OF TWO DIFFERENT WALKING TESTS IN PEOPLE WITH SEVERE INTELLECTUAL AND SENSORY DISABILITIES
Waninge A, Evenhuis IJ, van Wijck R, van der Schans CP
J Appl Res Intellect Disabil 24(6): 518–27, 2011

HEART RATE RECOVERY FOLLOWING MAXIMAL ARM AND LEG-ERGOMETRY
Ranadive SM, Fahs CA, Yan H, Rossow LM, Agliovlastis S, Fernhall B
Clin Auton Res 21(2): 117-20, 2011

HEAT ACCLIMATION IMPROVES INTERMITTENT SPRINTING IN THE HEAT BUT ADDITIONAL PRE-COOLING OFFERS NO FURTHER ERGOGENIC EFFECT
Castle P, Mackenzie RW, Maxwell N, Webborn AD, Watt PW
J Sports Sci (11): 1125-34, 2011

INDIVIDUAL GLUCOSE THRESHOLD AND MAXIMAL LACTATE STEADY STATE COINCIDENCE ANALYSIS
Mendes TT, Barros CLM, Mortimer LACF, Puga GM, Ramos GP, Prado LS, Silami-Garcia E
J Exerc Physiol Online 14(2): 27-35, 2011

INTERSESSION RELIABILITY OF THE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC SIGNAL DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE ERGOMETRY: QUADRICEPS FEMORIS
Travis LA, Arthmire SJ, Baig AM, Goldberg A, Malek MH
Muscle & Nerve 44(6): 937–46, 2011

KNEE AND HIP SAGITTAL AND TRANSVERSE PLANE CHANGES AFTER TWO FATIGUE PROTOCOLS
Lucci S, Cortes N, Van Lunen B, Ringleb S, Onate J
J Sci Med Sport 14(5): 453–9, 2011

N-ACETYLCYSTEINE SUPPLEMENTATION CONTROLS TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY, CREATINE KINASE, LACTATE, AND TUMOR NECROTIC FACTOR-ALPHA AGAINST OXIDATIVE STRESS INDUCED BY GRADED EXERCISE IN SEDENTARY MEN
Leelarungrayub D, Khansuwan R, Pothongsunun P, Klaphajone J
Oxid Med Cell Longev, 2011

QUANTIFICATION OF THE MANIFESTATIONS OF FATIGUE DURING TREADMILL RUNNING
Stirling LM, Tscharner V, Fletcher JR, Nigg BM
Eur J Sport Sci, available online 1 Nov 2011

REPRODUCIBILITY OF CYCLING TIME TO EXHAUSTION AT VO2 MAX IN COMPETITIVE CYCLISTS
Costa VP, Matos DG, Pertence LC, Martins JAN, Lima JRP
J Exerc Physiol Online 14(1): 28-34, 2011

SUB-MAXIMAL AND MAXIMAL YO–YO INTERMITTENT ENDURANCE TEST LEVEL 2: HEART RATE RESPONSE, REPRODUCIBILITY AND APPLICATION TO ELITE SOCCER
Bradley PS, Mohr M, Bendiksen M, Randers MB, Flindt M, Barnes C, Hood P, Gomez A, Andersen JL, Di Mascio M, Bangsbo J, Krustrup
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(6): 969-78, 2011

THE EFFECT OF ENERGY PATCHES ON SUBSTRATE UTILIZATION IN COLLEGIATE CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNERS
Fiddler RE, Smith D, Jacobson B, Klein C, Warren A, O'Brien M, Thompson B, Everett L
Int J Exerc Sci 4(2): 113-21, 2011

THE EFFECT OF PROGRESSIVELY INCREASED PHYSICAL EFFORTS ON VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIALS IN VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS AND NON-ATHLETES
Zwierko T, Lubi?ski W, Lubkowska A, Niechwiej-szwedo E, Czepita D
J Sports Sci 29(14): 1563-72, 2011

THE INFLUENCE OF THE MUSCLE FIBER PENNATION ANGLE AND INNERVATION ZONE ON THE IDENTIFICATION OF NEUROMUSCULAR FATIGUE DURING CYCLE ERGOMETRY
Camic CL, Housh TJ, Hendrix CR, Zuniga JM, Bergstrom HC, Schmidt RJ, Johnson GO
J Electromyogr Kinesiol 21(1): 33–40, 2011

THE METABOLIC COST OF PASSIVE WALKING DURING ROBOTICS-ASSISTED TREADMILL EXERCISE
Jack LP, Purcell M, Allan DB, Hunt KJ
Technology and Health Care 19(1): 21-7, 2011

THE TALK TEST AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE VENTILATORY AND LACTATE THRESHOLDS
Quinn TJ, Coons BA
J Sports Sci 29(11): 1175-82, 2011

USE OF A HEART RATE-TO-GROUND CONTACT TIME INDEX TO MONITOR AND PREDICT MIDDLE-DISTANCE RUNNING
Oliver JL, Stembridge M
Eur J Sport Sci 11(6): 431-6, 2011

VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF A NEW FIELD TEST (CARMINATTI'S TEST) FOR SOCCER PLAYERS COMPARED WITH LABORATORY-BASED MEASURES
Da Silva JF, Guglielmo LG, Carminatti LJ, De Oliveira FR, Dittrich N, Paton CD
J Sports Sci 29(15): 1621-8, 2011

VALIDITY OF A PEDIATRIC RPE SCALE WHEN DIFFERENT EXERCISE INTENSITIES ARE COMPLETED ON SEPARATE DAYS
Barkley JE, Roemmich JN
J Exerc Sci Fit 9(1): 52–7, 2011

2012

ATHLETE ASSESSMENTS IN ORIENTEERING: DIFFERENCES IN PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES BETWEEN FIELD AND LABORATORY SETTINGS
Rattray B, Roberts AD
Eur J Sport Sci 12(4): 293-300, 2012

DEVELOPMENT OF A PERCEPTUAL HYPERTHERMIA INDEX TO EVALUATE HEAT STRAIN DURING TREADMILL EXERCISE
Gallagher Jr M, Robertson RJ, Goss FL, Nagle-Stilley EF, Schafer MA, Suyama J, Hostler D
Eur J Appl Physiol 112(6): 2025-34, 2012

EFFECT OF CREATINE PLUS CAFFEINE SUPPLEMENTS ON TIME TO EXHAUSTION DURING AN INCREMENTAL MAXIMUM EXERCISE
Lee CL, Lin JC, Cheng CF
Eur J Sport Sci 12(4): 338-46, 2012

EFFECT OF STROKE RATE ON PERFORMANCE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL DEMAND OF OUTRIGGER CANOEING ERGOMETRY
Sealey RM, Leicht AS, Ness K
Eur J Sport Sci 12(1): 43-8, 2012

EFFECTS OF ISOCALORIC CARBOHYDRATE VS. CARBOHYDRATE-PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS ON CYCLING TIME TO EXHAUSTION
Richardson KL, Coburn JW, Beam WC Brown LE
J Strength Cond Res 26(5): 1361–5, 2012

EXERCISE DURATION AND BLOOD LACTATE CONCENTRATIONS FOLLOWING HIGH INTENSITY CYCLE ERGOMETRY
Baker JS, Thomas N, Cooper SM, Davies B, Robergs RA
Res Sports Med 20(2): 129-41, 2012

FEASIBILITY, CRITERION VALIDITY AND RETEST RELIABILITY OF EXERCISE TESTING USING THE ASTRAND-RHYMING TEST PROTOCOL WITH AN ADAPTIVE ERGOMETER IN STROKE PATIENTS
Lennon OC, Romain S, Denis RS, Grace N, Blake C
Disabil Rehabil 34(14): 1149–56, 2012

IDENTIFICATION AND CONCORDANCE OF THE HEART RATE DEFLECTION POINT AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY THRESHOLD DETERMINED BY DIFFERENT PARAMETERS IN THE 20 M MULTI-STAGE FITNESS TEST
Nascimento VB, Osiecki R, Redkva PE, Gomes EB, Salgueirosa FM, Daros LB, Osiecki AC, Kaminagakura EI
J Exerc Physiol Online 15(2): 55-63, 2012

PRE-COOLING WITH ICE SLURRY INGESTION LEADS TO SIMILAR RUN TIMES TO EXHAUSTION IN THE HEAT AS COLD WATER IMMERSION
Siegel R, Maté J, Watson G, Nosaka K, Laursen PB
J Sports Sci 30(2): 155-65, 2012

PREDICTION OF MAXIMAL LACTATE STEADY STATE IN RUNNERS WITH AN INCREMENTAL TEST ON THE FIELD
Leti T, Mendelson M, Laplaud D, Flore P
J Sports Sci 30(6): 609-16, 2012

REPEATED SPRINTS WITH DIRECTIONAL CHANGES: DO ANGLES MATTER?
Buchheit M, Haydar B, Ahmaidi S
J Sports Sci 30(6): 555-62, 2012

THE EFFECTS OF COMBINED GLUCOSE-ELECTROLYTE AND SODIUM BICARBONATE INGESTION ON PROLONGED INTERMITTENT EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
Price MJ, Cripps D
J Sports Sci 30(10): 975-83, 2012

THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF CAFFEINE ON ENDURANCE CYCLING TIME TRIAL PERFORMANCE
Desbrow B, Biddulph C, Devlin B, Grant GD, Anoopkumar-Dukie S, Leveritt MD
J Sports Sci 30(2): 115-20, 2012

THE METABOLIC RESPONSE TO TREADMILL GRADED EXERCISE: TRADITIONAL VS. UNDERWATER
Watson P, Mendonca C, Lehnhard RA, Tu S, Butterfield SA, Bouchard T, McKeever KH
Comparative Exercise Physiology 8(1): 11-18, 2012

THE SHUTTLE WALK TEST: A NEW APPROACH TO FUNCTIONAL WALKING CAPACITY MEASUREMENTS FOR PATIENTS AFTER STROKE?
Van Bloemendaal M, Kokkeler, van de Port IG
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 93(1): 163-6, 2012

VALIDITY OF SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE TESTING IN ADULTS WITH ATHETOSPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Satonaka A, Suzuki N, Kawamura M
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 93(3): 485–9, 2012

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