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Other exercise issues

2014

24-H FLUID KINETICS AND PERCEPTION OF SWEAT LOSSES FOLLOWING A 1-H RUN IN A TEMPERATE ENVIRONMENT - SEE MORE AT: HTTP://WWW.MDPI.COM/2072-6643/6/1/37/HTM#STHASH.EH5OOZT0.DPUF
O’Neal EK, Caufield CR, Lowe JB, Stevenson MC, Davis BA et al.
Nutrients 6(1): 37-49, 2014

ACTIVATION OF THE SEROTONERGIC SYSTEM BY PEDALING EXERCISE CHANGES ANTERIOR CINGULATE CORTEX ACTIVITY AND IMPROVES NEGATIVE EMOTION
Ohmatsua S, Nakano H, Tominaga T, Terakawa Y, Murata T, Morioka S
Behavioural Brain Research 270: 112–117, 2014

APPETITE AND GUT PEPTIDE RESPONSES TO EXERCISE AND CALORIE RESTRICTION. THE EFFECT OF MODEST ENERGY DEFICITS
Deighton K, Batterham RL, Stensel DJ
Appetite 81: 52–59, 2014

CARDIAC AUTONOMIC RESPONSES INDUCED BY A SINGLE BOUT OF EXERCISE WITH FLEXIBLE POLE
António AM, Navega MT, Cardoso MA, Abreu LC, Valenti VE
International Archives of Medicine 7, 2014

COULD LOW-FREQUENCY ELECTROMYOSTIMULATION TRAINING BE AN EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE TO ENDURANCE TRAINING? AN OVERVIEW IN ONE ADULT
Deley G, Babault N
Journal of Sports Science & Medicine 13(2): 444-450, 2014

DO METABORECEPTORS ALTER HEAT LOSS RESPONSES FOLLOWING DYNAMIC EXERCISE?
McGinn R, Swift B, Binder K, Gagnon D, Kenny GP
Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 306: R82–R89, 2014

DOES INTRAMUSCULAR THERMAL FEEDBACK MODULATE ECCRINE SWEATING IN EXERCISING HUMANS?
Todd G, Gordon CJ, Groeller H, Taylor NAS
Acta Physiologica 212: 86–96, 2014

DYNAMIC CEREBRAL AUTOREGULATION AFTER BED REST: EFFECTS OF VOLUME LOADING AND EXERCISE COUNTERMEASURES
Jeong S-M, Hwang G-S, Kim S-O, Levine BD, Zhang R
J Appl Physiol 116: 24–31, 2014

EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TIMING ON SLEEP ARCHITECTURE AND NOCTURNAL BLOOD PRESSURE IN PREHYPERTENSIVES
Fairbrother K, Cartner B, Alley JR, Curry CD, Dickinson DL et al.
Vascular Health and Risk Management 10: 691-698, 2014

EXERCISE-TRAINING-INDUCED CHANGES IN METABOLIC CAPACITY WITH AGE: THE ROLE OF CENTRAL CARDIOVASCULAR PLASTICITY
Wang E, Svendsen Næss M, Hoff J, Albert TL, Pham Q et al.
AGE 36: 665–676, 2014

EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE MODIFIES DIFFERENT GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES AND PATHWAYS IN LPS-STIMULATED AND UN-STIMULATED WHOLE BLOOD CULTURES
Abbasi A, Hauth M, Walter M, Hudemann J, Wank V
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 39: 130–141, 2014

EXTRACELLULAR HSP72 CONCENTRATION RELATES TO A MINIMUM ENDOGENOUS CRITERIA DURING ACUTE EXERCISE-HEAT EXPOSURE
Gibson OR, Dennis A, Parfitt T, Taylor L, Watt PW, Maxwell NS
Cell Stress and Chaperones 19: 389–400, 2014

FOOT TEMPERATURE DURING THIRTY MINUTES OF TREADMILL RUNNING IN COTTON-BASED VERSUS OLEFIN-BASED ATHLETIC SOCKS
Van Roekel NL, Poss EM, Senchina DS
BIOS 85(1): 30-37, 2014

INFLUENCE OF ACUTE HIGH-INTENSITY AEROBIC INTERVAL EXERCISE BOUT ON SELECTIVE ATTENTION AND SHORT-TERM MEMORY TASKS
Alves CRR, Tessaro VH, Teixeira LAC, Murakava K, Roschel H et al.
Perceptual and Motor Skills 118: 63-72, 2014

ISOMETRIC EXERCISE AS A TEST OF PAIN MODULATION: EFFECTS OF EXPERIMENTAL PAIN TEST, PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES, AND SEX
Naugle KM, Naugle KE, Fillingim RB, Riley JL
Pain Medicine 15: 692–701, 2014

METABOLIC, CARDIOVASCULAR, AND PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES TO A THERMOGENIC NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT AT REST, DURING EXERCISE, AND RECOVERY IN MEN
Bergstrom HC, Housh TJ, Traylor DA, Lewis Jr RW, Cochrane KC
J Strength Cond Res 28(8): 2154–2163, 2014

NECK COOLING AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE FOLLOWING EXERCISE?INDUCED HYPERTHERMIA
Lee JKW, Koh ACH, Koh SXT, Liu GJX, Nio AQX, Fan PWP
Eur J Appl Physiol 114: 375–384, 2014

NEUROIMAGING STUDIES OF FACTORS RELATED TO EXERCISE: RATIONALE AND DESIGN OF A 9 MONTH TRIAL
Herrmann SD, Martin LE, Breslin FJ, Honas JJ, Willis EA et al.
Contemporary Clinical Trials 37: 58–68, 2014

ON THE STABILITY AND RELEVANCE OF THE EXERCISE HEART RATE–MUSIC-TEMPO PREFERENCE RELATIONSHIP
Karageorghis CI, Jones L
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15: 299-310, 2014

POSTEXERCISE REHYDRATION WITH BEER IMPAIRS FLUID RETENTION, REACTION TIME, AND BALANCE
Flores-Salamanca R, Aragón-Vargas LF
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(10): 1175-1181, 2014

POSTEXERCISE REHYDRATION: POTASSIUM-RICH DRINKS VERSUS WATER AND A SPORTS DRINK
Pérez-Idárraga A, Aragón-Vargas LF
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(10): 1167-1174, 2014

RECOVERY AFTER AEROBIC EXERCISE IS MANIPULATED BY TEMPO CHANGE IN A RHYTHMIC SOUND PATTERN, AS INDICATED BY AUTONOMIC REACTION ON HEART FUNCTIONING
Wallert J, Madison G
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 2014

RELIABILITY OF INTESTINAL TEMPERATURE USING AN INGESTIBLE TELEMETRY PILL SYSTEM DURING EXERCISE IN A HOT ENVIRONMENT
Ruddock AD, Tew GA, Purvis AJ
J Strength Cond Res 28(3): 861–869, 2014

SELF-REGULATION OF EXERCISE BEHAVIOR IN THE TIGER STUDY
Dishman RK, Jackson AS, Bray MS
Ann Behav Med. 48: 80–91, 2014

SERUM S100B LEVEL INCREASES AFTER RUNNING BUT NOT CYCLING EXERCISE
Stocchero CMA, Oses JP, Cunha GS, Martins JB, Brum LM et al.
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(3): 340-344, 2014

SINGLE SODIUM PYRUVATE INGESTION MODIFIES BLOOD ACID-BASE STATUS AND POST-EXERCISE LACTATE CONCENTRATION IN HUMANS
Olek RA, Kujach S, Wnuk D, Laskowski R
Nutrients 6(5), 1981-1992, 2014

SLEEP ONSET IS DISRUPTED FOLLOWING PRE-SLEEP EXERCISE THAT CAUSES LARGE PHYSIOLOGICAL EXCITEMENT AT BEDTIME
Oda S, Shirakawa K
Eur J Appl Physiol 114: 1789–1799, 2014

STIMULATING WHOLE SALIVA AFFECTS THE RESPONSE OF ANTIMICROBIAL PROTEINS TO EXERCISE
Allgrove JE, Oliveira M, Gleeson M
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 24: 649–655, 2014

THE EFFECT OF A SINGLE FINNISH SAUNA BATH AFTER AEROBIC EXERCISE ON THE OXIDATIVE STATUS IN HEALTHY MEN
Sutkowy P, Wo?niak A, Boraczy?ski T, Mila-Kierzenkowska C, Boraczy?ski M
Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation 74(2) : 89-94, 2014

THE EFFECT OF ACUTE ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON LIPOPROTEINS: A COMPARISON OF THE NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE TECHNIQUE WITH THE CONVENTIONAL LIPID PROFILE IN HEALTHY MEN
Shaheen HA, Alpert PT, Navalta J, Tandy RD, Young JC, Santo AS
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39(2): 233-237, 2014

THE EFFECT OF ACUTE RHODIOLA ROSEA INGESTION ON EXERCISE HEART RATE, SUBSTRATE UTILISATION, MOOD STATE, AND PERCEPTIONS OF EXERTION, AROUSAL, AND PLEASURE/DISPLEASURE IN ACTIVE MEN
Duncan MJ, Clarke ND
Journal of Sports Medicine, 2014

THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON THE DECISION-MAKING PERFORMANCE OF SOCCER GOAL LINE OFFICIALS
Watkins SL, Castle P, Mauger AR, Sculthorpe N, Fitch N et al.
Research in Sports Medicine: An International Journal 22(4): 425-437, 2014

THE RELATION OF AEROBIC FITNESS TO COGNITIVE CONTROL AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY: A NEUROVISCERAL INTEGRATION STUDY
Alderman BL, Olson RL
Biological Psychology 99: 26–33, 2014

THERMAL SENSITIVITY TO WARMTH DURING REST AND EXERCISE: A SEX COMPARISON
Gerrett N, Ouzzahra Y, Coleby S, Hobbs S, Redortier B et al.
Eur J Appl Physiol 114:1451–1462, 2014

VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF A FIELD TECHNIQUE FOR SWEAT NA+ AND K+ ANALYSIS DURING EXERCISE IN A HOT?HUMID ENVIRONMENT
Baker LB, Ungaro CT, Barnes KA, Nuccio RP, Reimel AJ, Stofan JR
Physiol Rep 2 (5): e12007, 2014

VITAMIN C AND E SUPPLEMENTATION HAMPERS CELLULAR ADAPTATION TO ENDURANCE TRAINING IN HUMANS: A DOUBLE?BLIND, RANDOMISED, CONTROLLED TRIAL
Paulsen G, Cumming KT, Holden G, Hallén J, Rønnestad BR
J Physiol 592: 1887–1901, 2014

VITAMIN D3 SUPPLEMENTATION DURING WEIGHT LOSS: A DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Mason C, Xiao L, Imayama I, Duggan C, Wang C-Y et al.
Am J Clin Nutr 99: 1015–1025, 2014

VOLUNTARY MUSCLE AND MOTOR CORTICAL ACTIVATION DURING PROGRESSIVE EXERCISE AND PASSIVELY INDUCED HYPERTHERMIA
Périard JD, Christian RJ, Knez WL, Racinais S
Experimental Physiology 99: 136–148, 2014

‘EXERCISE SNACKS’ BEFORE MEALS: A NOVEL STRATEGY TO IMPROVE GLYCAEMIC CONTROL IN INDIVIDUALS WITH INSULIN RESISTANCE
Francois ME, Baldi JC, Manning PJ, Lucas SJE, Hawley JA
Diabetologia 57: 1437–1445, 2014

2013

ACTIVITY-SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF FATIGUE PROTOCOLS MAY INFLUENCE LANDING KINEMATICS: A PILOT STUDY
Chavez A, Knudson D, Harter R, McCurdy K
Journal of Exercise Science 6(3): 242-249, 2013

ACUTE SODIUM BICARBONATE LOADING HAS NEGLIGIBLE EFFECTS ON RESTING AND EXERCISE BLOOD PRESSURE BUT CAUSES GASTROINTESTINAL DISTRESS
Kahle LE, Kelly PV, Eliot KA, Weiss EP
Nutrition Research 33: 479-486, 2013

ASSESSMENT OF HYDRATION BIOMARKERS INCLUDING SALIVARY OSMOLALITY DURING PASSIVE AND ACTIVE DEHYDRATION
Muñoz CX, Johnson EC, DeMartini JK, Huggins RA, McKenzie AL et al.
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 67, 1257-1263, 2013

BODY CLIMATE DIFFERENCES FOR MEN AND WOMEN WEARING FUNCTIONAL UNDERWEAR DURING SPORT AT TEMPERATURES BELOW ZERO DEGREES CELSIUS
Schindelka B, Litzenberger S, Sabo A
Procedia Engineering 60: 46-50, 2013

BODY MAPPING OF THERMOREGULATORY AND PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES OF MALES AND FEMALES RUNNING IN THE COLD
Fournet D, Ross L, Voelcker T, Redortier R, Havenith G
Journal of Thermal Biology 38: 339–344, 2013

CHANGES IN CIRCULATING MICRORNAS LEVELS WITH EXERCISE MODALITY
Banzet S , Chennaoui M , Girard O, Racinais S, Drogou C, Chalabi H, Koulmann N
Journal of Applied Physiology 115(9): 1237-1244, 2013

CHANGES IN SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY IN MALE SMOKERS AFTER MODERATE-INTENSITY EXERCISE
Ide H, Tabira K
Respir Care 58(11): 1892–1898, 2013

CHRONOTROPIC AND PRESSOR EFFECTS OF WATER INGESTION AT REST AND IN RESPONSE TO INCREMENTAL DYNAMIC EXERCISE
Mendonca CV, Teixeira MS, Heffernan KS, Fernhall B
Exp Physiol 98:1133–1143, 2013

CONDUCTIVE COOLING OF THE FOREHEAD DURING EXERCISE ATTENUATES A RISE IN CORE TEMPERATURE
Carrasco MA
Science & Sports 28: 303—306, 2013

DESIGN DATA FOR FOOTWEAR: SWEATING DISTRIBUTION ON THE HUMAN FOOT
Smith CJ, Machado-Moreira CA, Plant G, Hodder S, Havenith G, Taylor NAS
International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology 25(1): 43 - 58, 2013

ECCENTRIC ARM CYCLING: PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS WITH HEALTHY POPULATIONS
Elmer SJ, Marshall CS, McGinnis KR, Van Haitsma TA, LaStayo PC
Eur J Appl Physiol 113: 2541–2552, 2013

EFFECT OF CRYOTHERAPY ON MUSCLE RECOVERY AND INFLAMMATION FOLLOWING A BOUT OF DAMAGING EXERCISE
Crystal NJ, Townson DH, Cook SE, LaRoche DP
Eur J Appl Physiol 113: 2577–2586, 2013

EFFECT OF RESVERATROL AND QUERCETIN SUPPLEMENTATION ON REDOX STATUS AND INFLAMMATION AFTER EXERCISE
McAnulty LS, Miller LE, Hosick PA, Utter AC, Quindry JC, McAnulty SR
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 38(7): 760-765, 2013

EFFECT OF RHYTHM ON THE RECOVERY FROM INTENSE EXERCISE
Eliakim, M, Bodner, E, Meckel, Y, Nemet, D, and Eliakim, A
J Strength Cond Res 27(4): 1019–1024, 2013

EFFECT OF SLOPE AND FOOTWEAR ON RUNNING ECONOMY AND KINEMATICS
Lussiana T, Fabre N, Hébert-Losier K, Mourot L
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 23: e246–e253, 2013

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT PROTOCOLS OF HYDRATION ON CARDIORESPIRATORY PARAMETERS DURING EXERCISE AND RECOVERY
Vanderlei FM, Moreno IL, Vanderlei LCM, Pastre CM, de Abreu LC, Ferreira C
International Archives of Medicine 6: 33, 2013

EXERCISE IMPROVES REACTION TIME WITHOUT COMPROMISING ACCURACY IN A NOVEL EASY-TO-ADMINISTER TABLET-BASED COGNITIVE TASK
Rattray B, Smee D
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 16: 567–570, 2013

HORMONAL RESPONSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE NADIR IN BLOOD GLUCOSE DURING GRADED CYCLING EXERCISE
Webster T, Harber V, Bell R, Bell G
Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness 11: 6-11, 2013

HYPOCAPNIA DURING HYPOXIC EXERCISE AND ITS IMPACT ON CEREBRAL OXYGENATION, VENTILATION AND MAXIMAL WHOLE BODY O2 UPTAKE
Siebenmann C, Sørensen H, Jacobs RA, Haidera T, Rasmussen P, Lundby C
Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology 185: 461– 467, 2013

IMPACT OF A CARBOHYDRATE–ELECTROLYTE DRINK ON INGESTIVE BEHAVIOUR, AFFECT AND SELF-SELECTED INTENSITY DURING RECREATIONAL EXERCISE AFTER 24-H FLUID RESTRICTION
Peacock OJ, Thompson D, Stokes KA
Appetite 60: 5–12, 2013

MARKERS OF HYDRATION STATUS IN A 3-DAY TRAIL RUNNING EVENT
Singh NR, Peters EM
Clin J Sport Med 23: 354–364, 2013

METABOLIC RESPONSE TO GREEN TEA EXTRACT DURING REST AND MODERATE-INTENSITY EXERCISE
Hodgson AB, Randell RK, Boon N, Garczarek U, Mela DJ
Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 24: 325–334, 2013

MICROCIRCULATION UNDER AN ELASTIC BANDAGE DURING REST AND EXERCISE - PRELIMINARY EXPERIENCE WITH THE LASER-DOPPLER SPECTROPHOTOMETRY SYSTEM O2C
Sommer B, Berschin G, Sommer H-M
J Sports Sci Med. Sep 12(3): 414–421, 2013

MODERATE-INTENSITY EXERCISE AFFECTS PERCEIVED HUNGER AND FULLNESS BUT NOT APPETITE-RELATED HORMONES IN LATE PREGNANCY
Guelfi KJ, Halse RE
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 38(11): 1162-1165, 2013

PLASMA LEVELS OF INTERLEUKIN-6 AND INTERLEUKIN-18 AFTER AN ACUTE PHYSICAL EXERCISE: RELATION WITH POST-EXERCISE ENERGY INTAKE IN TWINS
Almada C, Cataldo LR, Smalley SV, Diaz E, Serrano A et al.
J Physiol Biochem 69: 85-95, 2013

RESISTANCE EXERCISE INDUCED MTORC1 SIGNALING IS NOT IMPAIRED BY SUBSEQUENT ENDURANCE EXERCISE IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Apró W, Wang L, Pontén M, Blomstrand E, Sahlin K
Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 305: E22–E32, 2013

RESPONSE OF TESTOSTERONE TO PROLONGED AEROBIC EXERCISE DURING DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE
O’Leary CB, Lehman C, Koltun K, Smith-Ryan A, Hackney AC
Eur J Appl Physiol 113: 2419–2424, 2013

SINGLE DOSE OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENT NUTREX LIPO-6 BLACK® LIMITS THE POST EXERCISE HYPOTENSION INDUCED BY AEROBIC EXERCISE IN YOUNG ADULTS
Magalhães L, de Oliveira CVC, da Conceição M,Gonçalves R, de Souza AA and Silva AS
Journal of Pharmacy and Nutrition Sciences 3: 127-133, 2013

TEMPERATURE AFFECTS MAXIMUM H?REFLEX AMPLITUDE BUT NOT HOMOSYNAPTIC POSTACTIVATION DEPRESSION
Racinais S, Cresswell AG
Physiol Rep 1(2), 2013

THE ACUTE EFFECTS OF FLOTATION RESTRICTED ENVIRONMENTAL STIMULATION TECHNIQUE ON RECOVERY FROM MAXIMAL ECCENTRIC EXERCISE
Morgan PM, Salacinski AJ, Stults-Kolehmainen MA
J Strength Cond Res 27(12): 3467–3474, 2013

THE DISTANCES COVERED BY BASKETBALL REFEREES IN A MATCH INCREASE THROUGHOUT THE COMPETITION PHASES, WITH NO CHANGE IN PHYSIOLOGICAL DEMAND
Borin JP, Daniel JF, Bonganha V, de Moraes AM, Cavaglieri CR
J Sports Med 4: 193–198, 2013

THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON LEFT VENTRICULAR RELAXATION AND DIASTOLIC SUCTION AT REST AND DURING ORTHOSTATIC STRESS AFTER BED REST
Carrick-Ranson G, Hastings JL, Bhella PS, Shibata S, Levine BD
Exp Physiol 98: 501–513, 2013

THE EFFECT OF RAMADAN FASTING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON BODY COMPOSITION, SERUM OSMOLARITY LEVELS AND SOME PARAMETERS OF ELECTROLYTES IN FEMALES
Attarzadeh Hosseini SR, Sardar MA, Hejazi K, Farahati S
Int J Endocrinol Metab 11(2): 88–94, 2013

THE EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE INTENSITY AND DURATION ON LEVELS OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR IN HEALTHY MEN
Schmolesky MT, Webb DL, Hansen RA
J Sports Sci Med 12(3): 502–511, 2013

TYPE 2 DIABETES ELICITS LOWER NITRIC OXIDE, BRADYKININ CONCENTRATION AND KALLIKREIN ACTIVITY TOGETHER WITH HIGHER DESARG9-BK AND REDUCED POST-EXERCISE HYPOTENSION COMPARED TO NON-DIABETIC CONDITION
Simões HG, Asano RY, Sales MM, Browne RAV, Arsa G, et al.
PLoS ONE 8(11): e80348, 2013

VALIDATION OF THE OMNI RPE SEVEN DAY EXERTIONAL RECALL QUESTIONNAIRE
Schafer MA, Robertson RJ, Thekkada SJ, Gallagher Jr. M, Hunt SE et al.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 84(3): 363-372, 2013

VALIDITY OF CERTIFIED TRAINER PALPATED AND EXERCISER PALPATED POST-EXERCISE HEART RATE
Garner RT, Wagner DR
JEPonline 16(6): 31-38, 2013

VALIDITY OF PREDICTING LEFT VENTRICULAR END SYSTOLIC PRESSURE CHANGES FOLLOWING AN ACUTE BOUT OF EXERCISE
Kappus RM, Ranadive SM, Yan H, Lane AD, Cook MD et al.
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 16: 71–75, 2013

VENTILATION, OXIDATIVE STRESS, AND NITRIC OXIDE IN HYPOBARIC VERSUS NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA
Faiss R, Pialoux V, Sartori CFC, Dériaz O, Millet GP
Med Sci Sports Exerc 45(2): 253–260, 2013

2012

A COMPARISON OF THE ACTIGRAPH GT1M AND GT3X ACCELEROMETERS UNDER STANDARDIZED AND FREE-LIVING CONDITIONS
Kaminsky LA, Ozemek C
Physiol Meas 33, 2012

ACUTE ENDURANCE EXERCISE INCREASES PLASMA MEMBRANE FATTY ACID TRANSPORT PROTEINS IN RAT AND HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Bradley NS, Snook LA, Jain SS, Heigenhauser GJF, Bonen A, Spriet LL
American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism 302: E183-E189, 2012

AGE-PREDICTED MAXIMAL HEART RATE IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS: THE HUNT FITNESS STUDY
Nes BM, Janszky I, Wisløff U, Støylen A, Karlsen T
Scand J Med Sci Sports, available online 29 Feb 2012

BODY HEAT STORAGE DURING INTERMITTENT WORK IN HOT–DRY AND WARM–WET ENVIRONMENTS
Stapleton JM, Wright HE, Hardcastle SG, Kenny GP
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 37: 840-849, 2012

BODY HEAT STORAGE DURING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS LOWER WITH HOT FLUID INGESTION UNDER CONDITIONS THAT PERMIT FULL EVAPORATION
Bain AR, Lesperance NC, Jay O
Acta Physiologica 206: 98–108, 2012

CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO WATER INGESTION AT REST AND DURING ISOMETRIC HANDGRIP EXERCISE
Mendonca GV, Teixeira MS, Pereira FD
Eur J Appl Physiol 112: 2495–2501, 2012

DECEPTION OF AMBIENT AND BODY CORE TEMPERATURE IMPROVES SELF PACED CYCLING IN HOT, HUMID CONDITIONS
Castle PC, Maxwell N, Allchorn A, Mauger AR, White DK
Eur J Appl Physiol 112: 377–385, 2012

DURABILITY OF RUNNING SHOES WITH ETHYLENE VINYL ACETATE OR POLYURETHANE MIDSOLES
Wang L, Hong Y, Li JX
Journal of Sports Sciences 30(16): 1787-1792, 2012

EFF ECTS OF COLD WATER IMMERSION AND ACTIVE RECOVERY ON POST-EXERCISE HEART RATE VARIABILITY
Bastos FN, Vanderlei LCM, Nakamura FY, Bertollo M , Godoy MF et al.
Int J Sports Med, 2012

ELEVEN DAYS OF MODERATE EXERCISE AND HEAT EXPOSURE INDUCES ACCLIMATION WITHOUT SIGNIFICANT HSP70 AND APOPTOSIS RESPONSES OF LYMPHOCYTES IN COLLEGE-AGED MALES
Hom LL, Lee ECH, Apicella JM, Wallace SD, Emmanuel H, Klau JF, Poh PYS, Marzano S, Armstrong LE, Casa DJ, Maresh CM
Cell Stress and Chaperones 17: 29–39, 2012

EXERCISE EXPERIENCE INFLUENCES AFFECTIVE AND MOTIVATIONAL OUTCOMES OF PRESCRIBED AND SELF-SELECTED INTENSITY EXERCISE
Rose EA, Parfitt G
Scand J Med Sci Sports 22(2): 265–77, 2012

EXERCISE TRAINING BLUNTS OXIDATIVE STRESS IN SICKLE CELL TRAIT CARRIERS
Chirico EN, Martin C, Faës C, Féasson L, Oyono-Enguéllé S et al.
J Appl Physiol 112: 1445–1453, 2012

FACTORS INFLUENCING EXERCISE PERFORMANCE IN THORACIC CANCER
England R, Maddocks M, Manderson C, Wilcock A
Respir Med 106(2): 294–9

FEEDBACK CONTROL OF HEART RATE DURING ROBOTICS-ASSISTED TREADMILL EXERCISE
Schindelholz M, Hunt KJ
Medicine and Health 20: 179-194, 2012

FLUID BALANCE, THERMAL STRESS, AND POST EXERCISE RESPONSE IN WOMEN’S ISLAMIC ATHLETIC CLOTHING
Davis J-K, Bishop PA, Zhang Y, Green JM, Casaru C, Orrick KD, Curtner-Smith M, Richardson MT, Schumacker RE
Eur J Appl Physiol 112(2): 725-34, 2012

HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND BARORECEPTOR SENSITIVITY FOLLOWING EXERCISE-INDUCED HYPERTHERMIA IN ENDURANCE TRAINED MEN
Armstrong RG, Ahmad S, Seely AJ, Kenny GP
Eur J Appl Physiol 112(2): 501-11, 2012

HEART RATE VARIABILITY CHANGES AT 2400M ALTITUDE PREDICTS ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS ON FURTHER ASCENTAT 3000–4300M ALTITUDES
Karinen HM, Uusitalo A, Vähä-Ypyä H, Kähönen M, Peltonen JE et al.
Front Physiol 3, 2012

HIGH LEVELS OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN ARE ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED VAGAL MODULATION AND LOW PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN YOUNG ADULTS
Soares-Miranda L, Negrao CE, Antunes-Correa M, Nobre TS, Silva P, Santos R, Vale S, Mota J
Scand J Med Sci Sports 22(2): 278–84, 2012

HYDRATION PROFILE AND INFLUENCE OF BEVERAGE CONTENTS ON FLUID INTAKE BY WOMEN DURING OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL WALKING
O’Neal EK, Poulos SP, Bishop PA
Eur J Appl Physiol 112: 3971–3982, 2012

IMPACT OF A SOCCER MATCH ON THE CARDIAC AUTONOMIC CONTROL OF REFEREES
Boullosa DA, Abreu L, Tuimil JL, Leicht AS
Eur J Appl Physiol 112: 2233–2242, 2012

INFLUENCE OF REST AND EXERCISE AT A SIMULATED ALTITUDE OF 4,000 M ON APPETITE, ENERGY INTAKE, AND PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS OF ACYLATED GHRELIN AND PEPTIDE YY
Wasse LK, Sunderland C, King JA, Batterham RL, Stensel DJ
J Appl Physiol 112: 552–559, 2012

MAXIMAL WORK CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE DEPENDS WARM-UP PROCEDURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL BUT NOT INSPIRED AIR TEMPERATURES
Lindberg A-S, Malm C, Hammarström D, Oksa J, Tonkonogi M
J Exerc Physiol Online 15(1): 26-41, 2012

MEAN ARTERIAL PRESSURE FOLLOWING PROLONGED EXERCISE IN THE HEAT: INFLUENCE OF TRAINING STATUS AND FLUID REPLACEMENT.
Gagnon D, Lynn AG, Binder K, Boushel RC, Kenny GP
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 22: e99–e107, 2012

MODERATE-INTENSITY, PREMEAL CYCLING BLUNTS POSTPRANDIAL INCREASES IN MONOCYTE CELL SURFACE CD18 AND CD11A AND ENDOTHELIAL MICROPARTICLES FOLLOWING A HIGH-FAT MEAL IN YOUNG ADULTS
Strohacker K, Breslin WL, Carpenter KC, Davidson TR, Agha NH, McFarlin BK
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 37(3): 530-539, 2012

PEAK MUSCLE ACTIVATION, JOINT KINEMATICS, AND KINETICS DURING ELLIPTICAL AND STEPPING MOVEMENT PATTERN ON A PRECOR ADAPTIVE MOTION TRAINER
Rogatzki MJ, Kernozek TW, Willson JD, JF Greany, Hong D-A, Porcari JP
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 83(2): 152-159, 2012

PERIPHERAL MARKERS OF CENTRAL FATIGUE IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED DURING UNCOMPENSABLE HEAT STRESS
Wright HE, Selkirk GA, Rhind SG, McLellan TM
Eur J Appl Physiol 112: 1047–1057, 2012

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES TO NINTENDO® WII FIT™ IN YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS
Mullins NM, Tessmer KA, McCarroll ML, Peppel BP
International Journal of Exercise Science 5(1): 79-92, 2012

PLASMA HSP72 (HSPA1A) AND HSP27 (HSPB1) EXPRESSION UNDER HEAT STRESS: INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE INTENSITY
Périard JD, Ruell P, Caillaud C, Thompson MW
Cell Stress and Chaperones 17: 375–383, 2012

RESTING AND EXERCISE VENTILATORY CHEMOSENSITIVITY ACROSS THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE
MacNutt MJ, De Souza MJ, Tomczak SE, Homer JL, Sheel AW
Journal of Applied Physiology 112(5): 737-747, 2012

SMALL-SIDED GAMES VERSUS INTERVAL TRAINING IN AMATEUR SOCCER PLAYERS: EFFECTS ON THE AEROBIC CAPACITY AND THE ABILITY TO PERFORM INTERMITTENT EXERCISES WITH CHANGES OF DIRECTION
Dellal A, Varliette C, Owen A, Chirico EN, Pialoux V
J Strength Cond Res 26(10): 2712–2720, 2012

SUPERFICIAL COOLING DOES NOT DECREASE CORE BODY TEMPERATURE BEFORE, DURING, OR AFTER EXERCISE IN AN AMERICAN FOOTBALL UNIFORM.
Lopez RM, Eberman LE, Cleary MA
Strength Cond Res 26(12): 3432–3440, 2012

THE EFFECT OF AEROBIC EXERCISE DURING THE INTERSET REST PERIODS ON KINEMATICS, KINETICS, AND LACTATE CLEARANCE OF TWO RESISTANCE LOADING SCHEMES
Mohamad NI, Cronin, JB, Nosaka KK
J Strength Cond Res 26(1): 73-9

THE EFFECTS OF A DOWNHILL RUNNING BOUT ON RUNNING ECONOMY
Braun WA, Paulson S
Res Sports Med 20(3-4): 274-85, 2012

THE EFFECTS OF HONEY SUPPLEMENTATION ON SEMINAL PLASMA CYTOKINES, OXIDATIVE STRESS BIOMARKERS, AND ANTIOXIDANTS DURING 8 WEEKS OF INTENSIVE CYCLING TRAINING
Tartibian B, Maleki BH
Journal of Andrology 33(3): 449-461, 2012

THE IMPACT OF A LONG TRAINING RUN ON MUSCLE DAMAGE AND RUNNING ECONOMY IN RUNNERS TRAINING FOR A MARATHON
Quinn TJ, Manley MJ
Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness 10: 101-106, 2012

THE INFLUENCE OF A CYP1A2 POLYMORPHISM ON THE ERGOGENIC EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE
Womack CJ, Saunders MJ, Bechtel MK, Bolton DJ, Martin M, Luden ND, Dunham W, Hancock M
J Int Soc Sports Nutr 9(7), 2012

TRENDS IN AEROBIC FITNESS AMONG CANADIANS, 1981 TO 2007–2009
Craig CL, Shields M, Leblanc AG, Tremblay MS
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 37: 511–519, 2012

VOLUNTARY DRINKING BEHAVIOUR, FLUID BALANCE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL AFFECT WHEN INGESTING WATER OR A CARBOHYDRATE-ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION DURING EXERCISE
Peacock OJ, Thompson D, Stokes KA
Appetite 58: 56–63, 2012

WHOLE BEETROOT CONSUMPTION ACUTELY IMPROVES RUNNING PERFORMANCE
Murphy M, Eliot K, Heuertz RM, Weiss E
J Acad Nutr Diet 112: 548-552, 2012

2011

CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES DURING GROUCHO RUNNING
Skime A, Boone T
J Exerc Physiol Online 14(2): 88-92, 2011

DEET INSECT REPELLENT: EFFECTS ON THERMOREGULATORY SWEATING AND PHYSIOLOGICAL STRAIN
Kenefick RW, Cheuvront SN, Ely BR, Palombo LJ, Sawka MN
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(12): 3061-8, 2011

DO COMPRESSION GARMENTS ENHANCE THE ACTIVE RECOVERY PROCESS AFTER HIGH-INTENSITY RUNNING?
Lovell DI, Mason DG, Delphinus EM, McLellan CP
J Strength Cond Res 25(12): 3264–8, 2011

EFFECT OF CALORIC RESTRICTION WITH AND WITHOUT EXERCISE ON METABOLIC INTERMEDIATES IN NONOBESE MEN AND WOMEN
Redman LM, Huffman KM, Landerman LR, Pieper CF, Bain JR, Muehlbauer MJ, Stevens RD, Wenner BR, Kraus VB, Newgard CB, Kraus WE, Ravussin E
J Clin Endocrinol Metab 96(2): E312-21, 2011

EFFECT OF LOAD MASS ON POSTURE, HEART RATE AND SUBJECTIVE RESPONSES OF RECREATIONAL FEMALE HIKERS TO PROLONGED LOAD CARRIAGE
Simpson KM, Munro BJ, Steele JR
Appl Ergon 42(3), 403–10, 2011

EFFECTS OF A COOLING COLLAR ON AFFECT, RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION, AND RUNNING PERFORMANCE IN THE HEAT
Minniti A, Tyler CJ, Sunderland C
Eur J Sport Sci 11(6): 419-29, 2011

EFFECTS OF A RUNNING BOUT IN THE HEAT ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE
Jiménez-Pavón D, Romeo J, Cervantes-Borunda M, Ortega FB, Ruiz JR, España-Romero V, Marcos A, Castillo MJ
J Exerc Sci Fit 9(1): 58–64, 2011

EFFECTS OF INGESTING A SPORTS DRINK DURING EXERCISE AND RECOVERY ON SUBSEQUENT ENDURANCE CAPACITY
Lee JKW, Nio AQX, Ang WH, Law LYL, Lim CL
Eur J Sport Sci 11(2): 77-86, 2011

EXERCISE MODALITY MODULATES BODY TEMPERATURE REGULATION DURING EXERCISE IN UNCOMPENSABLE HEAT STRESS
Schlader ZJ, Raman A, Morton RH, Stannard SR, Mündel T
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(5): 757-66, 2011

EXTERNAL NASAL DILATOR STRIP DOES NOT AFFECT HEART RATE, OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, VENTILATION OR RATE OF PERCEIVED EXERTION DURING SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE
Nunes V, Barbosa D, Damasceno W, Fonseca M, De Andrade AG, Rocha-Vieira E, Pinto K
J Exerc Physiol Online 14(1): 11-9, 2011

INFLUENCE OF WATER INTAKE ON POST-EXERCISE HEART RATE VARIABILITY RECOVERY
Oliveira TP, Ferreira RB, Mattos RA , Silva JP, Lima JRP.
J Exerc Physiol Online 14(4): 97-105, 2011

MOVEMENT PATTERNS IN CRICKET VARY BY BOTH POSITION AND GAME FORMAT
Petersen CJ, Pyne D, Dawson B, Portus M, Kellett A
J Sports Sci 28(1): 45–52, 2011

RELEVANCE OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR THERMOREGULATION DURING EXERCISE IN A HOT-DRY ENVIRONMENT
Del Coso J, Hamouti N, Ortega JF, Fernández-Elías VE, Mora-Rodríguez R
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(9): 2173-81

REVISITING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXERCISE HEART RATE AND MUSIC TEMPO PREFERENCE
Karageorghis CI, Jones L, Priest D-L, Akers RI, Clarke A, Perry JM, Reddick BT, Bishop DT, Lim HBT
Res Quart Exerc Sport 82(2): 274-84, 2011

SKIN TEMPERATURE AS A THERMAL CONTROLLER OF EXERCISE INTENSITY
Schlader ZJ, Simmons SE, Stannard SR, Mündel T
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(8): 1631-9, 2011

THE EFFECT OF CADENCE ON TIMING OF MUSCLE ACTIVATION AND MECHANICAL OUTPUT IN CYCLING: ON THE ACTIVATION DYNAMICS HYPOTHESIS
McGhie D, Ettema G
J Electromyogr Kinesiol 21(1): 18–24, 2011

THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE ON TEMPORAL GENERALIZATION
Lambourne K
Q J Exp Psychol 65(3): 526-40, 2011

THE INFLUENCE OF ICE SLURRY INGESTION ON MAXIMAL VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION FOLLOWING EXERCISE-INDUCED HYPERTHERMIA
Siegel R, Maté J, Watson G, Nosaka K, Laursen PB
Eur J Appl Physiol 111(10): 2517-24, 2011

2010

A LOW CARBOHYDRATE DIET AFFECTS AUTONOMIC MODULATION DURING HEAVY BUT NOT MODERATE EXERCISE
Lima-Silva AE, Bertuzzi RCM, Pires FO, Fronchetti L, Gevaerd MS, De-Oliveira FR
Eur J Appl Physiol 108(6): 1133-1140, 2010

CARBOHYDRATE IN THE MOUTH IMMEDIATELY FACILITATES MOTOR OUTPUT
Gant N, Stinear CM, Byblow WD
Brain Research 1350: 151–8, 2010

CNS ACTIVATION, REACTION TIME, BLOOD PRESSURE AND HEART RATE VARIATION DURING RAMADAN INTERMITTENT FASTING AND EXERCISE
Lotfi S, Madani M, Abassi A, Tazi A, Boumahmaza M, Talbi M
World Journal of Sport Sciences 3(1): 37-43, 2010

COCOA-BASED PROTEIN AND CARBOHYDRATE DRINK DECREASES PERCEIVED SORENESS AFTER EXHAUSTIVE AEROBIC EXERCISE: A PRAGMATIC PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS
McBrier NM, Vairo GL, Bagshaw D, Lekan JM, Bordi PL, Kris-Etherton PM
J Strength Cond Res 24(8): 2203-10, 2010

COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE AND ALBUTEROL ON THE BRONCHOCONSTRICTOR RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN ASTHMATIC ATHLETES
VanHaitsma TA, Mickleborough T, Stager JM, Koceja DM, Lindley MR, Chapman2R
Int J Sports Med 31(4): 231-6, 2010

CORE TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXERCISE-INDUCED LEUKOCYTOSIS AND CORTISOL OR TNF-?.
Cooper ES, Berry MP, McMurray RG, Hosick PA, Hackney AC
Aviat Space Environ Med 81: 460-6, 2010

EFFECT OF EXERCISE AND HEAT-LOAD ON SIMPLE REACTION TIME OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Chandra AM, Ghosh S, Barman S, Iqbal R, Sadhu N
Int J Occup Saf Ergon 16(4): 497–505, 2010

EFFECT OF HYPERBARIC PRESSURE DURING SCUBA DIVING ON AUTONOMIC MODULATION OF THE CARDIAC RESPONSE: APPLICATION OF THE CONTINUOUS WAVELET TRANSFORM TO THE ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY
Barbosa E, García-Manso JM, Martín-González JM, Sarmiento S, Calderón FJ, Da Silva-Grigoletto ME
Military Medicine 175(1): 61-4, 2010

EFFECTS OF ACUTE SUPPLEMENTATION OF CAFFEINE ON CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES DURING ENDURANCE RUNNING IN A HOT & HUMID CLIMATE
Ping WC, Keong CC, Bandyopadhyay A
Indian J Med Res 132: 36-41, 2010

EFFECTS OF IPRATROPIUM ON EXERCISE-INDUCED BRONCHOSPASM  
Boaventura LC, Araujo AC, Martinez JB, Vianna EO
Int J Sports Med 31(7): 516-20, 2010

EXERTION–ATTENTION–FLOW LINKAGE UNDER DIFFERENT WORKLOADS
Connolly CT, Tenenbaum G
J Appl Soc Psychol 40(5): 1123–45, 2010

INFLUENCE OF COLD WATER FACE IMMERSION ON POST-EXERCISE PARASYMPATHETIC REACTIVATION
Al Haddad H, Laursen PB, Ahmaidi S, Buchheit M
Eur J Appl Physiol 108(3): 599-606, 2010

INFLUENCE OF HIGH- AND LOW-CARBOHYDRATE DIET FOLLOWING GLYCOGEN-DEPLETING EXERCISE ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY AND PLASMA CATECHOLAMINES
Lima-Silva AE,  Bertuzzi R, Dalquano E, Nogueira M, Casarini D, Kiss MA, Ugrinowitsch, C, Pires FO
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 35(4): 541-7, 2010

MORNING OR EVENING EXERCISE: EFFECTS ON THE HEART RATE CIRCADIAN RHYTHM ABOVE THE ARCTIC CIRCLE
Calogiuri G, Weydahl A, Beldo S, Montaruli A
Sport Sci Health 6(1): 9-16, 2010

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO LEAD AND TOP ROPE CLIMBING FOR INTERMEDIATE ROCK CLIMBERS
Draper N, Jones GA, Fryer S, Hodgson CI, Blackwell G
Eur J Sport Sci 10(1): 13-20, 2010

PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES AND MOUTHGUARD USE IN WOMEN DURING EXERCISE
Rapisura KP, Coburn JW, Brown LE, Kersey RD
J Strength Cond Res 24(5): 1263-8, 2010

PROTEIN INTAKE INDUCED AN INCREASE IN EXERCISE STIMULATED FAT OXIDATION DURING STABLE BODY WEIGHT
Soenen S, Plasqui G, Smeets AJ, Westerterp-Plantenga MS
Physiology & Behavior 101(5): 770–4, 2010

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHANGE IN CORE TEMPERATURE AND CHANGE IN CORTISOL AND TNF? DURING EXERCISE
Hosick PA, Berry MP, McMurray RG, Cooper ES, Hackney AC
J Therm Biol 35 (7): 348–53, 2010

STANDARDIZED PROTOCOL FOR A DEPLETION OF INTRAMYOCELLULAR LIPIDS (IMCL)
Ith M, Huber PM, Egger A, Schmid J-P, Kreis R, Christ E, Boesch C
NMR Biomed 23(5): 532–8, 2010

SUBCLINICAL RESPONSES IN HEALTHY CYCLISTS BRIEFLY EXPOSED TO TRAFFIC-RELATED AIR POLLUTION: AN INTERVENTION STUDY
Jacobs L, Nawrot TS, de Geus B, Meeusen R, Degraeuwe B, Bernard A, Sughis M, Nemery B, Panis LI
Environ Health 9: 64-71, 2010 

THE EFFECT OF ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENTATION ON FATIGUE DURING EXERCISE: POTENTIAL ROLE FOR NAD+(H)
Mach J, Midgley AW, Dank S, Grant RS, Bentley DJ
Nutrients 2(3): 319-29, 2010

THE EFFECT OF EIGHT WEEKS OF SUPPLEMENTATION WITH ELEUTHEROCOCCUS SENTICOSUS ON ENDURANCE CAPACITY AND METABOLISM IN HUMAN
Kuo J, Chen KW-C, Cheng I-S, Tsai P-H, Lu Y-J, Lee N-Y
Chin J Physiol 53(2): 105-11, 2010

THE EFFECTS OF RUNNING IN AN EXERTED STATE ON LOWER EXTREMITY KINEMATICS AND JOINT TIMING
Dierks TA, Davis IS, Hamill J
J Biomechanics 43(15): 2993–8, 2010

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXERCISE INTENSITY AND THE SWEAT LACTATE EXCRETION RATE
Buono MJ, Lee NVL, Miller PW
J Physiol Sci 60(2): 103-7, 2010

THE ROLE OF IN VIVO ?-ADRENERGIC STIMULATION ON SWEAT PRODUCTION DURING EXERCISE
Buono MJ, Gonzalez G, Guest S, Hare A, Numan T, Tabor B, White A
Auton Neurosci 155(1–2): 91–3, 2010

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN RUNNERS NEAR A ROADWAY: INCREASED BLOOD LEVELS AFTER SHORT-DURATION EXERCISE
Blair C, Walls J, Davies NW, Jacobson GA
Br J Sports Med 44(10): 731-5, 2010

2009

AN INVERTED SEATED POSTURE DECREASES ELBOW FLEXION FORCE AND MUSCLE ACTIVATION
Hearn J, Cahill F, Behm DG
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(1): 139-147, 2009

CORE TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MALES AND FEMALES DURING INTERMITTENT EXERCISE: PHYSICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Gagnon D, Dorman LE, Jay O, Hardcastle S, Kenny GP
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(3):453–461, 2009

EFFECT OF EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE ON VENTILATORY AND PERCEIVED EXERTION RESPONSES TO MODERATE AND SEVERE INTENSITY CYCLE EXERCISE
Davies RC, Rowlands AV, Eston RG
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(1):11-19, 2009

EXERCISE-INDUCED PLASMA VOLUME EXPANSION AND POST-EXERCISE PARASYMPATHETIC REACTIVATION
Buchheit M, Laursen PB, Al Haddad H, Ahmaidi S
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(3):471–481, 2009

FREELY CHOSEN PEDAL RATE DURING FREE CYCLING ON A ROLLER AND ERGOMETER CYCLING
Leirdal S, Ettema G
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(6): 799–805, 2009

PERFORMANCE AND THERMOREGULATORY EFFECTS OF CHRONIC BUPROPION ADMINISTRATION IN THE HEAT
Roelands B, Hasegawa H, Watson P, Piacentini MF, Buyse L, De Schutter G, Meeusen R
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(3):493–498, 2009

POST-EXERCISE COOLING TECHNIQUES IN HOT, HUMID CONDITIONS
Barwood MJ, Davey S, House JR, Tipton MJ
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(4):385-396, 2009

RATES OF FLUID INGESTION ALTER PACING BUT NOT THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSES DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE IN HOT AND HUMID CONDITIONS WITH APPROPRIATE CONVECTIVE COOLING
Dugas JP, Oosthuizen U, Tucker R, Noakes TD
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(1):69–80, 2009

THE EFFECT OF 60-H SLEEP DEPRIVATION ON CARDIOVASCULAR REGULATION AND BODY TEMPERATURE
Vaara J, Kyröläinen H, Koivu M, Tulppo M, Finni T
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(3):439–444, 2009

THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE-INDUCED ELEVATION IN CORE TEMPERATURE ON COLD-INDUCED VASODILATATION RESPONSE IN TOES
Dobnikar U, Kounalakis SN, Mekjavic IB
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(3):457–464, 2009

THE EFFECT OF HYPERHYDRATION ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PERCEIVED STRAIN DURING TREADMILL EXERCISE IN PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Hostler D, Gallagher M Jr, Goss FL, Seitz JR, Reis SE, Robertson RJ, Northington WE, Suyama J
Eur J Appl Physiol 105(4):607–613, 2009

THE EFFECT OF HYPOHYDRATION SEVERITY ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND RENAL HORMONAL RESPONSES TO HYPOXIC EXERCISE
Richardson A, Watt P, Maxwell N
Eur J Appl Physiol 106(1): 123-130, 2009

TIME TRIAL PERFORMANCE IN NORMAL AND HIGH AMBIENT TEMPERATURE: IS THERE A ROLE FOR 5-HT?
Roelands B, Goekint M, Buyse L, Pauwels F, De Schutter G, Piacentini F, Hasegawa H, Watson P, Meeusen R
Eur J Appl Physiol 107(1):119-126, 2009

2008

A HEAT ACCLIMATION PROTOCOL FOR TEAM SPORTS
Sunderland C, Morris JG, Nevill ME
Br J Sports Med 42(5):327-333, 2008

ARM INSULATION AND SWIMMING IN COLD WATER
Lounsbury DS, DuCharme MB
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2): 159-74, 2008

BODY TEMPERATURE AND ITS EFFECT ON LEUKOCYTE MOBILIZATION, CYTOKINES AND MARKERS OF NEUTROPHIL ACTIVATION DURING AND AFTER EXERCISE
Peake J, Peiffer JJ, Abbiss CR, Nosaka K, Okutsu M, Laursen PB, Suzuki K
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(4):391–401, 2008

CAN SUPINE RECOVERY MITIGATE THE EXERCISE INTENSITY DEPENDENT ATTENUATION OF POST-EXERCISE HEAT LOSS RESPONSES?
Kenny GP, Gagnon D, Jay O, McInnis NH, Journeay WS, Reardon FD
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(4):682-689, 2008

EFFECT OF A PERSONAL AMBIENT VENTILATION SYSTEM ON PHYSIOLOGICAL STRAIN DURING HEAT STRESS WEARING A BALLISTIC VEST
Hadid A, Yanovich R, Erlich T, Khomenok G, Moran DS
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2):311–319, 2008

EFFECT OF AN ON-SIGHT LEAD ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO ROCK CLIMBING
Draper N, Jones GA, Fryer S, Hodgson C, Blackwell G
J Sports Sci Med, 7(4): 492-498, 2008

EFFECT OF ECCENTRIC EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE ON THE DYNAMICS OF MUSCLE OXYGENATION AND PULMONARY OXYGEN UPTAKE
Davies RC, Eston RG, Poole DC, Rowlands AV, DiMenna F, Wilkerson DP, Twist C, Jones AM
J Appl Physiol 105(5):1413-21, 2008

EFFECT OF EXERCISE INTENSITIES ON FREE FATTY ACID UPTAKE IN WHOLE-BODY ORGANS MEASURED WITH (123)I-BMIPP-SPECT
Kitada K, Kubota K, Nagatomi R, Itoh M, Tashiro M, Fukuda H, Masud M, Fujimoto T
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(5):769–775, 2008

EFFECT OF HYDRATION STATE ON RESISTANCE EXERCISE-INDUCED ENDOCRINE MARKERS OF ANABOLISM, CATABOLISM, AND METABOLISM
Judelson DA, Maresh CM, Yamamoto LM, Farrell MJ, Armstrong LE, Kraemer WJ, Volek JS, Spiering BA, Casa DJ, Anderson JM
J Appl Physiol 105(3):816-24, 2008

EFFECT OF HYPERTHERMIA AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON CIRCULATING GROWTH HORMONE
Ftaiti F, Jemni M, Kacem A, Zaouali MA, Tabka Z, Zbidi A, Grélot L
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(5):880-887, 2008 1199-1206, 2008

EFFECT OF HYPOHYDRATION ON HYPERTHERMIC HYPERPNEA AND CUTANEOUS VASODILATION DURING EXERCISE IN MEN
Fujii N, Honda Y, Hayashi K, Kondo N, Nishiyasu T
J Appl Physiol 105(5):1509-18, 2008

EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING AND HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA ON ADENOSINE ACTIVATION OF VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNELS IN CORONARY ARTERIOLES
Heaps CL, Jeffery EC, Laine GA, Price EM, Bowles DK
J Appl Physiol 105(6):1761-71, 2008

EFFICACY OF BODY VENTILATION SYSTEM FOR REDUCING STRAIN IN WARM AND HOT CLIMATES
Chinevere TD, Cadarette BS, Goodman DA, Ely BR, Cheuvront SN, Sawka MN
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(3):307–314, 2008

FLUID INTAKE DURING WHEELCHAIR EXERCISE IN THE HEAT: EFFECTS OF LOCALIZED COOLING GARMENTS
Goosey-Tolfrey VL, Diaper NJ, Crosland J, Tolfrey K
Int J Sports Physiol Perform 3(2):145-56, 2008

GROWTH HORMONE RESPONSES TO 3 DIFFERENT EXERCISE BOUTS IN 18- TO 25- AND 40- TO 50-YEAR-OLD MEN
Gilbert KL, Strokes KA, Hall GM, Thompson D
Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 33(4):706-712, 2008

HAND IMMERSION IN COLD WATER ALLEVIATING PHYSIOLOGICAL STRAIN AND INCREASING TOLERANCE TO UNCOMPENSABLE HEAT STRESS
Khomenok GA, Hadid A, Preiss-Bloom O, Yanovich R, Erlich T, Ron-Tal O, Peled A, Epstein Y, Moran DS
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2):303–309, 2008

HUMAN BLOOD NEUTROPHIL RESPONSES TO PROLONGED EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT A THERMAL CLAMP
Laing SJ, Jackson AR, Walters R, et al.J Appl Physiol 104(1): 20-6, 2008

HUMAN BLOOD NEUTROPHIL RESPONSES TO PROLONGED EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT A THERMAL CLAMP
Laing SJ, Jackson AR, Walters R, Lloyd-Jones E, Whitham M, Maassen N, Walsh NP
J Appl Physiol 104(1):20-6, 2008

IMPACT OF A PROTECTIVE VEST AND SPACER GARMENT ON EXERCISE-HEAT STRAIN
Cheuvront SN, Goodman DA, Kenefick RW, Montain SJ, Sawka MN
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(5):577–583, 2008

LOCAL DIFFERENCES IN SWEAT SECRETION FROM THE HEAD DURING REST AND EXERCISE IN THE HEAT
Machado-Moreira CA, Wilmink F, Meijer A, Mekjavic IB, Taylor NA
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2): 257–264, 2008

MALE AND FEMALE UPPER BODY SWEAT DISTRIBUTION DURING RUNNING MEASURED WITH TECHNICAL ABSORBENTS
Havenith G, Fogarty A, Bartlett R, Smith CJ, Ventenat V
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2):245–255, 2008

MENSTRUAL CYCLE AND ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE USE DO NOT MODIFY POSTEXERCISE HEAT LOSS RESPONSES
Kenny GP, Leclair E, Sigal RJ, Journeay WS, Kilby D, Nettlefold L, Reardon FD, Jay O
J Appl Physiol 105(4):1156-1165, 2008

NON-EVAPORATIVE EFFECTS OF A WET MID LAYER ON HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
Bröde P, Havenith G, Wang X, Candas V, den Hartog EA, Griefahn B, Holmér I, Kuklane K, Meinander H, Nocker W, Richards M
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2):341–349, 2008

SINGLE BOUTS OF EXERCISE AFFECT ALBUMIN REDOX STATE AND CARBONYL GROUPS ON PLASMA PROTEIN OF TRAINED MEN IN A WORKLOAD-DEPENDENT MANNER
Lamprecht M, Greilberger JF, Schwaberger G, Hofmann P, Oettl K
J Appl Physiol 104(6):1611-7, 2008

SWEAT SECRETION FROM THE TORSO DURING PASSIVELY-INDUCED AND EXERCISE-RELATED HYPERTHERMIA
Machado-Moreira CA, Smith FM, van den Heuvel AM, Mekjavic IB, Taylor NA
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2) : 265–270, 2008

THE EFFECT OF THE RATE OF HEAT STORAGE ON SERUM HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 IN HUMANS
Amorim FT, Yamada PM, Robergs RA, Schneider SM, Moseley PL
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(6):965–972, 2008

THE EFFECTS OF PASSIVE HEATING AND HEAD-COOLING ON PERCEPTION OF EXERCISE IN THE HEAT
Simmons SE, Mündel T, Jones DA
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(2):281–288, 2008

THE INFLUENCE OF CRANK LENGTH AND CADENCE ON MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY IN HAND CYCLING
Goosey-Tolfrey VL, Alfano H, Fowler N
Eur J Appl Physiol 102(2):189–194, 2008

THE INFLUENCE OF FATIGUE-INDUCED INCREASE IN RELATIVE WORK RATE ON TEMPERATURE REGULATION DURING EXERCISE
Kacin A, Golja P, Tipton MJ, Eiken O, Mekjavic IB
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(1):71–77, 2008

THE INFLUENCE OF INCREASED TRAINING VOLUME ON CYTOKINES AND GHRELIN CONCENTRATION IN COLLEGE LEVEL MALE ROWERS
Rämson R, Jürimäe J, Jürimäe T, Mäestu J
Eur J Appl Physiol 104(5):839–846, 2008

THE RATE OF MUSCLE TEMPERATURE INCREASE DURING ACUTE WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION EXERCISE
Cochrane DJ, Stannard SR, Sargeant AJ, Rittweger J
Eur J Appl Physiol 103(4):441–448, 2008

THE ROLE OF ACTIVE MUSCLE MASS ON EXERCISE-INDUCED CARDIOVASCULAR DRIFT
Kounalakis SN, Nassis GP, Koskolou MD, Geladas ND
J Sports Sci Med, 7(3):395-401, 2008

VOLUNTARY DRINKING AND HYDRATION IN TRAINED, HEAT-ACCLIMATIZED GIRLS EXERCISING IN A HOT AND HUMID CLIMATE
Rivera-Brown AM, Ramírez-Marrero FA, Wilk B, Bar-Or O
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2007

AEROBIC FITNESS ATTENUATES THE METABOLIC SYNDROME SCORE IN NORMAL-WEIGHT, AT-RISK-FOR-OVERWEIGHT, AND OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN
DuBose KD, Eisenmann JC, Donnelly JEPediatrics 120(5): e1262-e1268, 2007

AEROBIC FITNESS ATTENUATES THE METABOLIC SYNDROME SCORE IN NORMAL-WEIGHT, AT-RISK-FOR-OVERWEIGHT, AND OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN
DuBose KD, Eisenmann JC, Donnelly JEPediatrics 120(5): e1262-e1268, 2007

AGING, EXERCISE, AND ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELL CLONOGENIC AND MIGRATORY CAPACITY IN MEN
Hoetzer GL, Van Guilder GP, Irmiger HM, et al. J Appl Physiol 102: 847-852, 2007

AGING, EXERCISE, AND ENDOTHELIAL PROGENITOR CELL CLONOGENIC AND MIGRATORY CAPACITY IN MEN
Hoetzer GL, Van Guilder GP, Irmiger HM, et al. J Appl Physiol 102: 847-852, 2007

CALORIE RESTRICTION OR EXERCISE: EFFECTS ON CORONARY HEART DISEASE RISK FACTORS. A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL
Fontana L, Villareal DT, Weiss EP, et al.Am J Physiol 293(1): E197-E202, 2007

CALORIE RESTRICTION OR EXERCISE: EFFECTS ON CORONARY HEART DISEASE RISK FACTORS. A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL
Fontana L, Villareal DT, Weiss EP, et al.Am J Physiol 293(1): E197-E202, 2007

CHANGES IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS AND C-REACTIVE PROTEIN FOLLOWING A 500-MILE, 30-DAY PILGRIMAGE: EL CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
Wolf MR, Harris MBFASEB J 21(6): A935-c, 2007

CHANGES IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS AND C-REACTIVE PROTEIN FOLLOWING A 500-MILE, 30-DAY PILGRIMAGE: EL CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
Wolf MR, Harris MBFASEB J 21(6): A935-c, 2007

CHARACTERISTICS OF SKELETAL MUSCLE MITOCHONDRIAL BIOGENESIS INDUCED BY MODERATE-INTENSITY EXERCISE AND WEIGHT LOSS IN OBESITY
Menshikova EV, Ritov VB, Ferrell RE, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(1): 21-27, 2007

CHARACTERISTICS OF SKELETAL MUSCLE MITOCHONDRIAL BIOGENESIS INDUCED BY MODERATE-INTENSITY EXERCISE AND WEIGHT LOSS IN OBESITY
Menshikova EV, Ritov VB, Ferrell RE, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(1): 21-27, 2007

COMBINED AEROBIC AND RESISTANCE TRAINING AND VASCULAR FUNCTION: EFFECT OF AEROBIC EXERCISE BEFORE AND AFTER RESISTANCE TRAINING
Okamoto T, Masuhara M, Ikuta KJ Appl Physiol 103(5): 1655-1661, 2007

COMBINED AEROBIC AND RESISTANCE TRAINING AND VASCULAR FUNCTION: EFFECT OF AEROBIC EXERCISE BEFORE AND AFTER RESISTANCE TRAINING
Okamoto T, Masuhara M, Ikuta KJ Appl Physiol 103(5): 1655-1661, 2007

COMBINING FISH-OIL SUPPLEMENTS WITH REGULAR AEROBIC EXERCISE IMPROVES BODY COMPOSITION AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS
Hill AM, Buckley JD, Murphy KJ, Howe PRC American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 85(5): 1267-1274, 2007

COMBINING FISH-OIL SUPPLEMENTS WITH REGULAR AEROBIC EXERCISE IMPROVES BODY COMPOSITION AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS
Hill AM, Buckley JD, Murphy KJ, Howe PRC American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 85(5): 1267-1274, 2007

DIFFERENTIAL AEROBIC EXERCISE-INDUCED CHANGES IN PLASMA ALDOSTERONE BETWEEN AFRICAN AMERICAN AND WHITE PREHYPERTENSIVES & HYPERTENSIVES MAY BE DEPENDENT ON BASELINE PLASMA ALDOSTERONE LEVELS
Jones JM, Dowling TC, Park J-J, et al. Exp Physiol 92(5): 871-9, 2007

DIFFERENTIAL AEROBIC EXERCISE-INDUCED CHANGES IN PLASMA ALDOSTERONE BETWEEN AFRICAN AMERICAN AND WHITE PREHYPERTENSIVES & HYPERTENSIVES MAY BE DEPENDENT ON BASELINE PLASMA ALDOSTERONE LEVELS
Jones JM, Dowling TC, Park J-J, et al. Exp Physiol 92(5): 871-9, 2007

DIFFERENTIAL AEROBIC EXERCISE-INDUCED CHANGES IN PLASMA ALDOSTERONE BETWEEN AFRICAN AMERICANS AND CAUCASIANS
Jones JM, Dowling TC, Park J-J, et al.Exp Physiol 92(5): 871-879, 2007

DIFFERENTIAL AEROBIC EXERCISE-INDUCED CHANGES IN PLASMA ALDOSTERONE BETWEEN AFRICAN AMERICANS AND CAUCASIANS
Jones JM, Dowling TC, Park J-J, et al.Exp Physiol 92(5): 871-879, 2007

DO SKELETAL MUSCLE PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERISTICS OF XHOSA AND CAUCASIAN ENDURANCE RUNNERS DIFFER WHEN MATCHED FOR TRAINING AND RACING DISTANCES?
Kohn TA, Essen-Gustavsson B, Myburgh KHJ Appl Physiol 103(3): 932-40, 2007

DO SKELETAL MUSCLE PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERISTICS OF XHOSA AND CAUCASIAN ENDURANCE RUNNERS DIFFER WHEN MATCHED FOR TRAINING AND RACING DISTANCES?
Kohn TA, Essen-Gustavsson B, Myburgh KHJ Appl Physiol 103(3): 932-40, 2007

EFFECT OF EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT A THERMAL CLAMP ON THE PLASMA HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 RESPONSE
Whitham M, Laing SJ, Jackson A, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(4): 1251-1256, 2007

EFFECT OF EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT A THERMAL CLAMP ON THE PLASMA HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 RESPONSE
Whitham M, Laing SJ, Jackson A, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(4): 1251-6, 2007

EFFECT OF EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT A THERMAL CLAMP ON THE PLASMA HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 RESPONSE
Whitham M, Laing SJ, Jackson A, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(4): 1251-1256, 2007

EFFECT OF EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT A THERMAL CLAMP ON THE PLASMA HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 RESPONSE
Whitham M, Laing SJ, Jackson A, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(4): 1251-6, 2007

EFFECT OF TRANSDERMAL NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION ON EXERCISE ENDURANCE IN MEN
Mündel T, Jones DA Experimental Physiology 91(4): 705-713, 2007

EFFECT OF TRANSDERMAL NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION ON EXERCISE ENDURANCE IN MEN
Mündel T, Jones DA Experimental Physiology 91(4): 705-713, 2007

EFFECT OF TWO DIFFERENT INTENSE TRAINING REGIMENS ON SKELETAL MUSCLE ION TRANSPORT PROTEINS AND FATIGUE DEVELOPMENT
Mohr M, Krustrup P, Jung Nielsen J, et al. Am J Physiol 292: R1594-R1602, 2007

EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ONLINE COMPUTER-TAILORED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTION IN A REAL-LIFE SETTING
Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J, Vandelanotte C Health Education Research 22(3): 385-396, 2007

EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ONLINE COMPUTER-TAILORED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTION IN A REAL-LIFE SETTING
Spittaels H, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Brug J, Vandelanotte C Health Education Research 22(3): 385-396, 2007

EFFECTS OF A WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ON BODY COMPOSITION AND METABOLIC PARAMETERS IN OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Savoye M, Shaw M, Dziura J, et al.JAMA 297(24): 2697-2704, 2007

EFFECTS OF A WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM ON BODY COMPOSITION AND METABOLIC PARAMETERS IN OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Savoye M, Shaw M, Dziura J, et al.JAMA 297(24): 2697-2704, 2007

EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING ON ESTROGEN METABOLISM IN PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Campbell KL, Westerlind KC, Harber VJ, et al.Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 16: 731-739, 2007

EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING ON ESTROGEN METABOLISM IN PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Campbell KL, Westerlind KC, Harber VJ, et al.Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 16: 731-739, 2007

EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON GUT PEPTIDES, ENERGY INTAKE AND APPETITE
Martins C, Morgan LM, Bloom SR, Robertson D Journal of Endocrinology 193: 251-258, 2007

EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON GUT PEPTIDES, ENERGY INTAKE AND APPETITE
Martins C, Morgan LM, Bloom SR, Robertson D Journal of Endocrinology 193: 251-258, 2007

EFFECTS OF PRIOR VERY-HEAVY INTENSITY EXERCISE ON INDICES OF AEROBIC FUNCTION AND HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE TOLERANCE
Ferguson C, Whipp BJ, Cathcart AJ, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(3): 812-822, 2007

EFFECTS OF PRIOR VERY-HEAVY INTENSITY EXERCISE ON INDICES OF AEROBIC FUNCTION AND HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE TOLERANCE
Ferguson C, Whipp BJ, Cathcart AJ, et al. J Appl Physiol 103(3): 812-22, 2007

EFFECTS OF PRIOR VERY-HEAVY INTENSITY EXERCISE ON INDICES OF AEROBIC FUNCTION AND HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE TOLERANCE
Ferguson C, Whipp BJ, Cathcart AJ, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(3): 812-822, 2007

EFFECTS OF PRIOR VERY-HEAVY INTENSITY EXERCISE ON INDICES OF AEROBIC FUNCTION AND HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE TOLERANCE
Ferguson C, Whipp BJ, Cathcart AJ, et al. J Appl Physiol 103(3): 812-22, 2007

EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM VIBRATION AND HYPOXIA DURING HIGH-INTENSITY CYCLING EXERCISE ON CIRCULATING LEVELS OF ANGIOGENIC REGULATORS IN HUMANS
Suhr F, Brixius K, de Marees M, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(2): 474-483, 2007

EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM VIBRATION AND HYPOXIA DURING HIGH-INTENSITY CYCLING EXERCISE ON CIRCULATING LEVELS OF ANGIOGENIC REGULATORS IN HUMANS
Suhr F, Brixius K, de Marées M, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(2): 474-83, 2007

EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM VIBRATION AND HYPOXIA DURING HIGH-INTENSITY CYCLING EXERCISE ON CIRCULATING LEVELS OF ANGIOGENIC REGULATORS IN HUMANS
Suhr F, Brixius K, de Marees M, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(2): 474-483, 2007

EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM VIBRATION AND HYPOXIA DURING HIGH-INTENSITY CYCLING EXERCISE ON CIRCULATING LEVELS OF ANGIOGENIC REGULATORS IN HUMANS
Suhr F, Brixius K, de Marées M, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(2): 474-83, 2007

EFFECTS OF TWO WEEKS’ MANDATORY SNACK CONSUMPTION ON ENERGY INTAKE AND ENERGY BALANCE
Whybrow S, Mayer C, Kirk TR, et al.Obesity 15: 673-685, 2007

EFFECTS OF TWO WEEKS’ MANDATORY SNACK CONSUMPTION ON ENERGY INTAKE AND ENERGY BALANCE
Whybrow S, Mayer C, Kirk TR, et al.Obesity 15: 673-685, 2007

EFFECTS OF WARM-UP AND PRECOOLING ON ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE IN THE HEAT
Ückert S, Joch WBritish Journal of Sports Medicine 41: 380-384, 2007

EFFECTS OF WARM-UP AND PRECOOLING ON ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE IN THE HEAT
Ückert S, Joch WBritish Journal of Sports Medicine 41: 380-384, 2007

ENDOTHELIN-1 VASOCONSTRICTOR TONE INCREASES WITH AGE IN HEALTHY MEN BUT CAN BE REDUCED BY REGULAR AEROBIC EXERCISE
Van Guilder GP, Westby CM, Greiner JJ, et al.Hypertension 50(2): 403-409, 2007

ENDOTHELIN-1 VASOCONSTRICTOR TONE INCREASES WITH AGE IN HEALTHY MEN BUT CAN BE REDUCED BY REGULAR AEROBIC EXERCISE
Van Guilder GP, Westby CM, Greiner JJ, et al.Hypertension 50(2): 403-409, 2007

ENDURANCE TRAINING GUIDED INDIVIDUALLY BY DAILY HEART RATE VARIABILITY MEASUREMENTS
Kiviniemi AM, Hautala AJ, Kinnunen H, Tulppo MP Eur J Appl Physiol 101(6): 743-51, 2007

ENDURANCE TRAINING GUIDED INDIVIDUALLY BY DAILY HEART RATE VARIABILITY MEASUREMENTS
Kiviniemi AM, Hautala AJ, Kinnunen H, Tulppo MP Eur J Appl Physiol 101(6): 743-51, 2007

ENHANCEMENT OF FAT METABOLISM BY REPEATED BOUTS OF MODERATE ENDURANCE EXERCISE
Goto K, Ishii N, Mizuno A, Takamatsu KJ Appl Physiol 102: 2158-2164, 2007

ENHANCEMENT OF FAT METABOLISM BY REPEATED BOUTS OF MODERATE ENDURANCE EXERCISE
Goto K, Ishii N, Mizuno A, Takamatsu KJ Appl Physiol 102: 2158-2164, 2007

EXERCISE ALONE REDUCES INSULIN RESISTANCE IN OBESE CHILDREN INDEPENDENTLY OF CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITION
Bell LM, Watts K, Siafarikas A, et al.J Clin Endocrinol Metab 92(11): 4230-4235, 2007

EXERCISE ALONE REDUCES INSULIN RESISTANCE IN OBESE CHILDREN INDEPENDENTLY OF CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITION
Bell LM, Watts K, Siafarikas A, et al.J Clin Endocrinol Metab 92(11): 4230-4235, 2007

EXERCISE TRAINING INCREASES BRANCHED-CHAIN OXOACID DEHYDROGENASE KINASE CONTENT IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Howarth KR, Burgomaster KA, Phillips SM, Gibala MJAm J Physiol 293(3): R1335-R1341, 2007

EXERCISE TRAINING INCREASES BRANCHED-CHAIN OXOACID DEHYDROGENASE KINASE CONTENT IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Howarth KR, Burgomaster KA, Phillips SM, Gibala MJAm J Physiol 293(3): R1335-R1341, 2007

EXERCISE-HEAT ACCLIMATION IN HUMANS ALTERS BASELINE LEVELS AND EX VIVO HEAT INDUCIBILITY OF HSP72 AND HSP90 IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS
McClung JP, Hasday JD, He J, et al.Am J Physiol 294(1): R185-91, 2007

EXERCISE-HEAT ACCLIMATION IN HUMANS ALTERS BASELINE LEVELS AND EX VIVO HEAT INDUCIBILITY OF HSP72 AND HSP90 IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS
McClung JP, Hasday JD, He J, et al.Am J Physiol 294(1): R185-91, 2007

FAILED EXCITABILITY OF SPINAL MOTONEURONS INDUCED BY PROLONGED RUNNING EXERCISE
Racinais S, Girard O, Micallef JP, Perrey S J Neurophysiol 97: 596-603, 2007

FAILED EXCITABILITY OF SPINAL MOTONEURONS INDUCED BY PROLONGED RUNNING EXERCISE
Racinais S, Girard O, Micallef JP, Perrey S J Neurophysiol 97: 596-603, 2007

FATNESS, FITNESS, AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY AMONG 7- TO 9-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
Eisenmann JC, DuBose KD, Donnelly JEObesity 15(8): 2135-2144, 2007

FATNESS, FITNESS, AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY AMONG 7- TO 9-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
Eisenmann JC, DuBose KD, Donnelly JEObesity 15(8): 2135-2144, 2007

FFECT OF TWO DIFFERENT INTENSE TRAINING REGIMENS ON SKELETAL MUSCLE ION TRANSPORT PROTEINS AND FATIGUE DEVELOPMENT
EMohr M, Krustrup P, Jung Nielsen J, et al. Am J Physiol 292: R1594-R1602, 2007

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN POSTEXERCISE ESOPHAGEAL AND MUSCLE TISSUE TEMPERATURE RESPONSE
Kenny GP, Jay OAm J Physiol 292(4): R1632-40, 2007

GENETIC VARIATIONS IN PPARD AND PPARGC1A DETERMINE MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION AND CHANGE IN AEROBIC PHYSICAL FITNESS AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY DURING LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION
Stefan N, Thamer C, Staiger H, et al. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 92(5): 1827-1833, 2007

GENETIC VARIATIONS IN PPARD AND PPARGC1A DETERMINE MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION AND CHANGE IN AEROBIC PHYSICAL FITNESS AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY DURING LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION
Stefan N, Thamer C, Staiger H, et al. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 92(5): 1827-1833, 2007

HEART RATE RECOVERY AND HEART RATE COMPLEXITY FOLLOWING RESISTANCE EXERCISE TRAINING AND DETRAINING IN YOUNG MEN
Heffernan KS, Fahs CA, Shinsako KK, et al.Am J Physiol 293(5): H3180-H3186, 2007

HEART RATE RECOVERY AND HEART RATE COMPLEXITY FOLLOWING RESISTANCE EXERCISE TRAINING AND DETRAINING IN YOUNG MEN
Heffernan KS, Fahs CA, Shinsako KK, et al.Am J Physiol 293(5): H3180-H3186, 2007

INACTIVITY, EXERCISE TRAINING AND DETRAINING, AND PLASMA LIPOPROTEINS. STRRIDE: A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED STUDY OF EXERCISE INTENSITY AND AMOUNT
Slentz CA, Houmard JA, Johnson JL, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(2): 432-442, 2007

INACTIVITY, EXERCISE TRAINING AND DETRAINING, AND PLASMA LIPOPROTEINS. STRRIDE: A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED STUDY OF EXERCISE INTENSITY AND AMOUNT
Slentz CA, Houmard JA, Johnson JL, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(2): 432-442, 2007

INCREASED FATIGUE RESISTANCE OF RESPIRATORY MUSCLES DURING EXERCISE AFTER RESPIRATORY MUSCLE ENDURANCE TRAINING
Verges S, Lenherr O, Haner AC, et al. Am J Physiol 292: R1246-R1253, 2007

INCREASED FATIGUE RESISTANCE OF RESPIRATORY MUSCLES DURING EXERCISE AFTER RESPIRATORY MUSCLE ENDURANCE TRAINING
Verges S, Lenherr O, Haner AC, et al. Am J Physiol 292: R1246-R1253, 2007

LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLE SIZE AND STRENGTH AND AEROBIC CAPACITY DECREASE WITH CALORIC RESTRICTION BUT NOT WITH EXERCISE-INDUCED WEIGHT LOSS
Weiss EP, Racette SB, Villareal DT, et al.J Appl Physiol 102: 634-640, 2007

LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLE SIZE AND STRENGTH AND AEROBIC CAPACITY DECREASE WITH CALORIC RESTRICTION BUT NOT WITH EXERCISE-INDUCED WEIGHT LOSS
Weiss EP, Racette SB, Villareal DT, et al.J Appl Physiol 102: 634-640, 2007

MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE IS NOT LIMITED BY A CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM GOVERNOR
Brink-Elfegoun T, Kaijser L, Gustafsson T, Ekblom BJ Appl Physiol 102: 781-786, 2007

MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE IS NOT LIMITED BY A CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM GOVERNOR
Brink-Elfegoun T, Kaijser L, Gustafsson T, Ekblom BJ Appl Physiol 102: 781-786, 2007

METABOLIC RATE PREDICTION BY MASSLESS ACTIGRAPHY FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
Berlin S, Shalit L, Yarom Y, Moran DSMil Med172(8): 882-7, 2007

METABOLIC RATE PREDICTION BY MASSLESS ACTIGRAPHY FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
Berlin S, Shalit L, Yarom Y, Moran DSMil Med172(8): 882-7, 2007

MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING GRADED QUADRICEPS EXERCISE IN MAN
Helge JW, Stallknecht B, Richter EA, et al. J Physiol 581(3): 1247-1258, 2007

MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING GRADED QUADRICEPS EXERCISE IN MAN
Helge JW, Stallknecht B, Richter EA, et al.J Physiol 581(Pt 3): 1247-58, 2007

MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING GRADED QUADRICEPS EXERCISE IN MAN
Helge JW, Stallknecht B, Richter EA, et al. J Physiol 581(3): 1247-1258, 2007

MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING GRADED QUADRICEPS EXERCISE IN MAN
Helge JW, Stallknecht B, Richter EA, et al.J Physiol 581(Pt 3): 1247-58, 2007

PARASYMPATHETIC REACTIVATION AFTER REPEATED SPRINT EXERCISE
Buchheit M, Laursen PB, Ahmaidi SAm J Physiol 293(1): H133-H141, 2007

PARASYMPATHETIC REACTIVATION AFTER REPEATED SPRINT EXERCISE
Buchheit M, Laursen PB, Ahmaidi S Am J Physiol 293(1): H133-41, 2007

PARASYMPATHETIC REACTIVATION AFTER REPEATED SPRINT EXERCISE
Buchheit M, Laursen PB, Ahmaidi SAm J Physiol 293(1): H133-H141, 2007

PARASYMPATHETIC REACTIVATION AFTER REPEATED SPRINT EXERCISE
Buchheit M, Laursen PB, Ahmaidi S Am J Physiol 293(1): H133-41, 2007

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FETAL GROWTH DURING PREGNANCY
Perkins CCD, Pivarnik JM, Paneth N, Stein AD Obstetrics & Gynecology 109: 81-87, 2007

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FETAL GROWTH DURING PREGNANCY
Perkins CCD, Pivarnik JM, Paneth N, Stein AD Obstetrics & Gynecology 109: 81-87, 2007

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ENERGY EXPENDITURE MAY MEDIATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLASMA LEPTIN LEVELS AND WORSENING INSULIN RESISTANCE INDEPENDENTLY OF ADIPOSITY
Franks PW, Loos RJF, Brage S, et al. J Appl Physiol 102(5): 1921-1926, 2007

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ENERGY EXPENDITURE MAY MEDIATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLASMA LEPTIN LEVELS AND WORSENING INSULIN RESISTANCE INDEPENDENTLY OF ADIPOSITY
Franks PW, Loos RJF, Brage S, et al. J Appl Physiol 102(5): 1921-1926, 2007

PLASMA ADIPONECTIN CONCENTRATION IN HEALTHY PRE- AND POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: RELATIONSHIP WITH BODY COMPOSITION, BONE MINERAL, AND METABOLIC VARIABLES
Jurimae J, Jurimae TAm J Physiol 293(1): E42-E47, 2007

PLASMA ADIPONECTIN CONCENTRATION IN HEALTHY PRE- AND POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: RELATIONSHIP WITH BODY COMPOSITION, BONE MINERAL, AND METABOLIC VARIABLES
Jurimae J, Jurimae TAm J Physiol 293(1): E42-E47, 2007

PRE-EXERCISE SODIUM LOADING AIDS FLUID BALANCE AND ENDURANCE FOR WOMEN EXERCISING IN THE HEAT
Sims ST, Rehrer NJ, Bell ML, Cotter JDJ Appl Physiol 103(2): 534-541, 2007

PRE-EXERCISE SODIUM LOADING AIDS FLUID BALANCE AND ENDURANCE FOR WOMEN EXERCISING IN THE HEAT
Sims ST, Rehrer NJ, Bell ML, Cotter JDJ Appl Physiol 103(2): 534-541, 2007

QUERCETIN'S INFLUENCE ON EXERCISE-INDUCED CHANGES IN PLASMA CYTOKINES AND MUSCLE AND LEUKOCYTE CYTOKINE MRNA
Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(5): 1728-1735, 2007

QUERCETIN'S INFLUENCE ON EXERCISE-INDUCED CHANGES IN PLASMA CYTOKINES AND MUSCLE AND LEUKOCYTE CYTOKINE MRNA
Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(5): 1728-1735, 2007

REDUCED EFFICIENCY, BUT INCREASED FAT OXIDATION IN MITOCHONDRIA FROM HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE AFTER 24 HOURS ULTRA-ENDURANCE EXERCISE
FernströmM, Bakkman L, Tonkonogi M, et al. J Appl Physiol 102(5): 1844-1849, 2007

REDUCED EFFICIENCY, BUT INCREASED FAT OXIDATION IN MITOCHONDRIA FROM HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE AFTER 24 HOURS ULTRA-ENDURANCE EXERCISE
FernströmM, Bakkman L, Tonkonogi M, et al. J Appl Physiol 102(5): 1844-1849, 2007

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESTING VENTILATORY CHEMOSENSITIVITY AND MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE IN MODERATE HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA
Ogawa T, Hayashi K, Ichinose M, Nishiyasu TJ Appl Physiol 103(4): 1221-6, 2007

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESTING VENTILATORY CHEMOSENSITIVITY AND MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE IN MODERATE HYPOBARIC HYPOXIA
Ogawa T, Hayashi K, Ichinose M, Nishiyasu TJ Appl Physiol 103(4): 1221-6, 2007

RESPIRATORY MECHANICS DURING EXERCISE IN ENDURANCE TRAINED MEN AND WOMEN
Guenette JA, Witt JD, McKenzie DC, et al.J Physiol 581(Pt 3): 1309-22, 2007

RESPIRATORY MECHANICS DURING EXERCISE IN ENDURANCE TRAINED MEN AND WOMEN
Guenette JA, Witt JD, McKenzie DC, et al.J Physiol 581(Pt 3): 1309-22, 2007

RESPIRATORY MECHANICS DURING EXERCISE IN ENDURANCE-TRAINED MEN AND WOMEN
Guenette JA, Witt JD, McKenzie DC, et al.J Physiol 581(3): 1309-1322, 2007

RESPIRATORY MECHANICS DURING EXERCISE IN ENDURANCE-TRAINED MEN AND WOMEN
Guenette JA, Witt JD, McKenzie DC, et al.J Physiol 581(3): 1309-1322, 2007

SEX DIFFERENCES IN POSTEXERCISE ESOPHAGEAL AND MUSCLE TISSUE TEMPERATURE RESPONSE
Kenny GP, Jay O Am J Physiol 292: R1632-R1640, 2007

SEX DIFFERENCES IN POSTEXERCISE ESOPHAGEAL AND MUSCLE TISSUE TEMPERATURE RESPONSE
Kenny GP, Jay O Am J Physiol 292: R1632-R1640, 2007

SIMILAR METABOLIC ADAPTATIONS DURING EXERCISE AFTER LOW VOLUME SPRINT INTERVAL AND TRADITIONAL ENDURANCE TRAINING IN HUMANS
Burgomaster KA, Howarth KR, Phillips SM, et al.J Physiol 586(1): 151-60, 2007

SIMILAR METABOLIC ADAPTATIONS DURING EXERCISE AFTER LOW VOLUME SPRINT INTERVAL AND TRADITIONAL ENDURANCE TRAINING IN HUMANS
Burgomaster KA, Howarth KR, Phillips SM, et al.J Physiol 586(1): 151-60, 2007

SPEED TRAINING WITH BODY WEIGHT UNLOADING IMPROVES WALKING ENERGY COST AND MAXIMAL SPEED IN 75-85 YEAR OLD HEALTHY WOMEN
Thomas EE, De Vito G, Macaluso AJ Appl Physiol 103(5): 1598-603, 2007

SPEED TRAINING WITH BODY WEIGHT UNLOADING IMPROVES WALKING ENERGY COST AND MAXIMAL SPEED IN 75-85 YEAR OLD HEALTHY WOMEN
Thomas EE, De Vito G, Macaluso AJ Appl Physiol 103(5): 1598-603, 2007

THE EFFECTS OF FACE COOLING DURING HYPERTHERMIC EXERCISE IN MAN: EVIDENCE FOR AN INTEGRATED THERMAL, NEUROENDOCRINE AND BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE
Mündel T, Bunn SJ, Hooper PL, et al. Experimental Physiology 92(1): 187-195, 2007

THE EFFECTS OF FACE COOLING DURING HYPERTHERMIC EXERCISE IN MAN: EVIDENCE FOR AN INTEGRATED THERMAL, NEUROENDOCRINE AND BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE
Mündel T, Bunn SJ, Hooper PL, et al. Experimental Physiology 92(1): 187-195, 2007

THE EFFECTS OF NIGHTLY NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA AND HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING UNDER INTERMITTENT NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA ON RUNNING ECONOMY AND HEMOGLOBIN MASS
Neya M, Enoki T, Kumai Y, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(3): 828-834, 2007

THE EFFECTS OF NIGHTLY NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA AND HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING UNDER INTERMITTENT NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA ON RUNNING ECONOMY AND HEMOGLOBIN MASS
Neya M, Enoki T, Kumai Y, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(3): 828-34, 2007

THE EFFECTS OF NIGHTLY NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA AND HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING UNDER INTERMITTENT NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA ON RUNNING ECONOMY AND HEMOGLOBIN MASS
Neya M, Enoki T, Kumai Y, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(3): 828-834, 2007

THE EFFECTS OF NIGHTLY NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA AND HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING UNDER INTERMITTENT NORMOBARIC HYPOXIA ON RUNNING ECONOMY AND HEMOGLOBIN MASS
Neya M, Enoki T, Kumai Y, et al.J Appl Physiol 103(3): 828-34, 2007

THE GHRELIN RESPONSE TO EXERCISE BEFORE AND AFTER GROWTH HORMONE ADMINISTRATION
Vestergaard ET, Dall R, Lange KHW, et al. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 92(1): 297-303, 2007

THE GHRELIN RESPONSE TO EXERCISE BEFORE AND AFTER GROWTH HORMONE ADMINISTRATION
Vestergaard ET, Dall R, Lange KHW, et al. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 92(1): 297-303, 2007

THE POTENTIAL FOR MITOCHONDRIAL FAT OXIDATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE INFLUENCES WHOLE BODY FAT OXIDATION DURING LOW-INTENSITY EXERCISE
Sahlin K, Mogensen M, Bagger M, et al. Am J Physiol 292: E223-E230, 2007

THE POTENTIAL FOR MITOCHONDRIAL FAT OXIDATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE INFLUENCES WHOLE BODY FAT OXIDATION DURING LOW-INTENSITY EXERCISE
Sahlin K, Mogensen M, Bagger M, et al. Am J Physiol 292: E223-E230, 2007

TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR GHRELIN IS ELEVATED AFTER CALORIE RESTRICTION AND EXERCISE TRAINING IN NON-OBESE WOMEN
Leidy HJ, Dougherty KA, Frye BR, et al. Obesity 15: 446-455, 2007

TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR GHRELIN IS ELEVATED AFTER CALORIE RESTRICTION AND EXERCISE TRAINING IN NON-OBESE WOMEN
Leidy HJ, Dougherty KA, Frye BR, et al. Obesity 15: 446-455, 2007

2006

15° HEAD-DOWN TILT ATTENUATES THE POSTEXERCISE REDUCTION IN CUTANEOUS VASCULAR CONDUCTANCE AND SWEATING AND DECREASES ESOPHAGEAL TEMPERATURE RECOVERY TIME
McInnis NH, Journeay WS, Jay O, et al. Appl Physiol 101: 840-847, 2006

A PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS APPROACH TO HUMAN AND MAMMALIAN THERMOREGULATION PRECOOLING LEG MUSCLE IMPROVES INTERMITTENT SPRINT EXERCISE PERFORMANCE IN HOT, HUMIC CONDITIONS
Castle PC, Macdonald AL, Philp A et al. J Appl Physiol 100: 1377-1384, 2006

A PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS APPROACH TO HUMAN AND MAMMALIAN THERMOREGULATION VOLUNTARY MUSCLE ACTIVATION IS IMPAIRED BY CORE TEMPERATURE RATHER THAN LOCAL MUSCLE TEMPERATURE
Thomas MM, Cheung SS, Elder GC, Sleivert GGJ Appl Physiol 100: 1361-1369, 2006

ABILITY OF SHORT-TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM METHOD TO DETECT TRANSIENT CHANGES IN VAGAL EFFECTS ON HEARTS: A PHARMACOLOGICAL BLOCKING STUDY
Martinmäki K, Rusko H, Saalasti S, Kettunen JAm J Physiol 290: H2582-H2589, 2006

ACUTE EXERCISE AND GLUT-4 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE: INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE INTENSITY
Kraniou GN, Cameron-Smith D, Hargreaves MJ Appl Physiol 101(3): 934-7, 2006

ACUTE EXERCISE AND GLUT4 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE: INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE INTENSITY
Kraniou GN, Cameron-Smith D, Hargreaves MJ Appl Physiol 101: 934-937, 2006

AEROBIC EXERCISE AND SNORING IN OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Davis CL, Tkacz J, Gregoski M, et al. Obesity 14: 1985-1991, 2006

AGED MEN EXPERIENCE DISTURBANCES IN RECOVERY FOLLOWING SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE
Deschenes MR, Carter JA, Matney EN, et al. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 61: 63-71, 2006

CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION DOES NOT ALTER SKELETAL MUSCLE AMPK SIGNALING DURING EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Lee-Young RS, Palmer MJ, Linden KC, et al.Am J Physiol 291: E566-E573, 2006

CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION DOES NOT ALTER SKELETAL MUSCLE AMPK SIGNALLING DURING EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Lee-Young R, Palmer M, Linden KC, et al.Am J Physiol 291(3): E566-73, 2006

CARDIAC PARASYMPATHETIC REGULATION: RESPECTIVE ASSOCIATIONS WITH CARDIARESPIRATORY FITNESS AND TRAINING LOAD
Buchheit M, Gindre CAm J Physiol 291: H451-H458, 2006

CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO PHYSICAL WORK DURING AND FOLLOWING 17 DAYS OF BED REST AND SPACEFLIGHT
Trappe T, Trappe S, Lee G, et al. J Appl Physiol 100: 951-957, 2006

CATEGORIZATION OF LOW CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS USING OBESITY INDICES IN NON-SMOKING SINGAPOREAN WOMEN.
Pua YH, Lim CK, Ang AObesity 14(11): 1992-9, 2006

DAY-TO-DAY VARIANCE IN MEASUREMENT OF RESTING METABOLIC RATE USING VENTILATED-HOOD AND MOUTHPIECE & NOSE-CLIP INDIRECT CALORIMETRY SYSTEMS
Roffey DM, Byrne NM, Hills APJournal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition 30(5): 426-432, 2006

DRINK TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES FLUID INTAKE AND ENDURANCE CAPACITY IN MEN DURING EXERCISE IN A HOT, DRY ENVIRONMENT
Mündel T, King J, Collacott E, Jones DAExperimental Physiology 91(5): 925-933, 2006

EFFECT OF A 12-MONTH EXERCISE INTERVENTION ON PATTERNS OF CELLULAR PROLIFERATION IN COLONIC CRYPTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
McTiernan A, Yasui Y, Sorensen B, et al.Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention 15: 1588-1597, 2006

EFFECT OF ACUTE PRIOR EXERCISE ON GLYCEMIC AND INSULINEMIC INDICES
Englert V, Wells K, Long W, et alJournal of the American College of Nutrition 25(3): 195-202, 2006

EFFECT OF CAFFEINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE EXTRACELLULAR HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 72 RESPONSE TO EXERCISE
Whitham M, Walker GJ, Bishop NCJ Appl Physiol 101: 1222-1227, 2006

EFFECT OF CALORIE RESTRICTION WITH OR WITHOUT EXERCISE OR INSULIN SENSITIVITY, ß-CELL FUNCTION, FAT CELL SIZE, AND ECTOPIC LIPID IN OVERWEIGHT SUBJECTS
Larson-Meyer DE, Heilbronn LK, Redman LM, et al.Diabetes Care 29: 1337-1344, 2006

EFFECT OF PHYSICAL TRAINING ON VENTRICULAR REPOLARIZATION IN TYPE 1 LONG QT SYNDROME: A PILOT STUDY IN ASYMPTOMATIC CARRIERS OF THE G589D KCNQ1 MUTATION
Perhonen MA, Haapalahti P, Kivistö S, et al.Europace 8(10): 894-898, 2006

EFFECT OF TRANSDERMAL NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION ON EXERCISE ENDURANCE
Mundel T, Jones DA Exp Physiol 91(4):705-13, 2006

EFFECT OF TRANSDERMAL NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION ON EXERCISE ENDURANCE IN MEN
Mündel T, Jones DAExperimental Physiology 91(4): 705-713, 2006

EFFECTS OF ENHANCED HUMAN CHEMOSENSITIVITY ON VENTILATORY RESPONSES TO EXERCISE
Foster GE, McKenzie DC, Sheel AWExp Physiol 91(1): 221-228, 2006

EXERCISE TRAINING DECREASES THE CONCENTRATION OF MALONYL-COA AND INCREASES THE EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY OF MALONYL-COA DECARBOXYLASE IN HUMAN MUSCLE
Kuhl JE, Ruderman NB, Musi N, et al.Am J Physiol 290: E1296-E1303, 2006

EXOGENOUS CARBOHYDARTE OXIDATION DURING ULTRAENDURANCE EXERCISE
Jeukendrup AE, Moseley L, Mainwaring GI, et al.J Appl Physiol 100: 1134-1141, 2006

FATIGUE AND FITNESS IN FIBROMYALGIA SYNDROME (FS)
Van Gils R, Schardijn DEG Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases 65(Suppl 2): 561, 2006

HEART RATE RECOVERY AFTER MAXIMAL EXERCISE IS ASSOCIATED WITH ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTOR M2 (CHRM2) GENE POLYMORPHISM
Hautala AJ, Rankinen T, Kiviniemi AM, Mäkikallio TH, Huikuri HV, Bouchard C, Tulppo MPAm J Physiol 291: H459-H466, 2006

IMMUNOGLOBULIN RESPONSES TO A REPEATED BOUT OF DOWNHILL RUNNING
McKune AJ, Smith LL, Semple SJ, et al.Br J Sports Med 40(10): 844-9, 2006

INFLUENCE OF ACUTE PLASMA VOLUME EXPANSION ON O2 KINETICS, O2PEAK, AND PERFORMANCE DURING HIGH-INTENSITY CYCLE EXERCISE
Berger NJA, Campbell IT, Wilkerson DP, Jones AMJ Appl Physiol 101: 707-714, 2006

INFLUENCE OF BLOOD DONATION ON O2 UPTAKE ON-KINETICS, PEAK O2 UPTAKE AND TIME TO EXHAUSTION DURING SEVERE-INTENSITY CYCLE EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Burnley M, Roberts CL, Thatcher R, Doust JH, Jones AMExp Physiol 91: 499 – 509, 2006

INFLUENCE OF BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINO ACID SUPPLEMENTATION ON URINARY PROTEIN METABOLITE CONCENTRATIONS AFTER SWIMMING
Tang F-CJournal of the American College of Nutrition 25(3): 188-194, 2006

INTRAINDIVIDUAL VALIDATION OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY INDEXES TO MEASURE VAGAL EFFECTS ON HEARTS
Martinmäki K, Rusko H, Kooistra L, et al.Am J Physiol 290: H640-H647, 2006

LONGITUDINAL MONITORING OF LUNG INJURY IN CHILDREN FOLLOWING CHLORINE EXPOSURE IN A SWIMMING POOL
Bonetto G, Corradi M, Carraro S, et al.Am J Respir Crit Care Med 174(5): 545-9, 2006

NOVEL APPLICATION OF FLOW PROPAGATION VELOCITY AND ISCHAEMIA-MODIFIED ALBUMIN IN ANALYSIS OF POSTEXERCISE CARDIAC FUNCTION IN MAN
Middleton N, Shave R, George K, et al. Exp Physiol 91: 511- 519, 2006

ONE YEAR OF CALORIC RESTRICTION IN HUMANS: FEASIBILITY AND EFFECTS ON BODY COMPOSITION AND ABDOMINAL ADIPOSE TISSUE
Racette SB, Weiss EP, Villareal DT, et al.J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 61(9): 943-50, 2006

POSTEXERCISE HYPOTENSION CAUSES A PROLONGED PERTURBATION IN ESOPHAGEAL AND ACTIVE MUSCLE TEMPERATURE RECOVERY
Kenny GP, Jay O, Zaleski WM, et al.Am J Physiol 291: R580-R588, 2006

REHYDRATION WITH GLYCEROL: ENDOCRINE, CARDIOVASCULAR, AND THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSES DURING EXERCISE IN THE HEAT
Kavouras SA, Armstrong LE, Maresh CM, et al.J Appl Physiol 100: 442-450, 2006

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VENTILATORY RESPONSE AND BODY TEMPERATURE DURING PROLONGED SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE
Hayashi K, Honda Y, Ogawa T, et al.J Appl Physiol 100: 414-420, 2006

THE EFFECTS OF FACE-COOLING ON THE PROLACTIN RESPONSE AND SUBJECTIVE COMFORT DURING MODERATE PASSIVE HEATING
Mundel T, Hooper PL, Bunn SJ, Jones DA Experimental Physiology 91(6): 1007-14, 2006

THE POTENTIAL FOR MITOCHONDRIAL FAT OXIDATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE INFLUENCES WHOLE BODY FAT OXIDATION DURING LOW-INTENSITY EXERCISE
Sahlin K, Mogensen M, Bagger MAm J Physiol 292(1): E223-30, 2006

THE RATE OF HEAT STORAGE MEDIATES AN ANTICIPATORY REDUCTION IN EXERCISE INTENSITY DURING CYCLING AT A FIXED RATING OF PERCEIVED EXERTION
Tucker R, Marle T, Lambert EV, Noakes TD The Journal of Physiology 574(3): 905-15, 2006

WEIGHT LOSS STRATEGIES FOR OBESE ADULTS: PERSONALIZED WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM VS. STANDARD CARE
Byrne NM, Meerkin JD, Laukkanen R, Ross R, Fogelholm M, Hills APObesity (Silver Spring) 14(10): 1777-88, 2006

2005

ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN ESTIMATED AEROBIC FITNESS AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN ADULTS WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF ABDOMINAL OBESITY
Borodulin K, Laatikainen T, Lahti-Koski M, Lakka TA, Laukkanen R, Sarna S, Jousilahti PEur J Cardiovasc Prev Rehabil 12(2): 126-31, 2005

DETERMINANTS OF FAT OXIDATION DURING EXERCISE IN HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
Venables MC, Achten J, Jeukendrup AE J Appl Physiol 98: 160-167, 2005

DETERMINANTS OF FAT OXIDATION DURING EXERCISE IN HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
Venables MC, Achten J, Jeukendrup AE J Appl Physiol 98: 160-167, 2005

DETERMINANTS OF FAT OXIDATION DURING EXERCISE IN HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
Venables MC, Achten J, Jeukendrup AE J Appl Physiol 98: 160-167, 2005

FEEDBACK EFFECTS OF CIRCULATING NOREPINEPHRINE ON SYMPATHETIC OUTFLOW IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
Tulppo MP, Huikuri HV, Tutungi E, et al. Am J Physiol 288: H710-H715, 2005

FEEDBACK EFFECTS OF CIRCULATING NOREPINEPHRINE ON SYMPATHETIC OUTFLOW IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
Tulppo MP, Huikuri HV, Tutungi E, et al. Am J Physiol 288: H710-H715, 2005

HEMATOLOGICAL AND ACID-BASE CHANGES IN MEN DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT SODIUM-LACTATE INFUSION
Miller BF, Lindinger MI, Fattor JA, et al. J Appl Physiol 98: 856-865, 2005

HEMATOLOGICAL AND ACID-BASE CHANGES IN MEN DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT SODIUM-LACTATE INFUSION
Miller BF, Lindinger MI, Fattor JA, et al. J Appl Physiol 98: 856-865, 2005

MALONYL-COA AND CARNITINE IN REGULATION OF FAT OXIDATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING EXERCISE
Roepstorff C, Halberg N, Hillig T, Saha AK, Ruderman NB, Wojtaszewski JFP, Richter EA, Kiens BAm J Physiol 288: E133-E142, 2005

MALONYL-COA AND CARNITINE IN REGULATION OF FAT OXIDATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING EXERCISE
Roepstorff C, Halberg N, Hillig T, Saha AK, Ruderman NB, Wojtaszewski JFP, Richter EA, Kiens BAm J Physiol 288: E133-E142, 2005

PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAKES YOU FIT AND HEALTHY’. PHYSICAL EDUCATION'S CONTRIBUTION TO YOUNG PEOPLE'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS
Fairclough S, Stratton G Health Education Research 20(1): 14-23, 2005

PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAKES YOU FIT AND HEALTHY’. PHYSICAL EDUCATION'S CONTRIBUTION TO YOUNG PEOPLE'S PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS
Fairclough S, Stratton G Health Education Research 20(1): 14-23, 2005

2004

ADVERSE EFFECTS OF ENERGY RESTRICTION ON MYOGENIC ENZYMES IN JUDOISTS
Umeda T, Nakaji S, Shimoyama T, et al. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 44(3):328-34, 2004

ADVERSE EFFECTS OF ENERGY RESTRICTION ON MYOGENIC ENZYMES IN JUDOISTS
Umeda T, Nakaji S, Shimoyama T, et al. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 44(3):328-34, 2004

ANGIOGENIC GROWTH FACTOR RESPONSE TO ACUTE SYSTEMIC EXERCISE IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Gavin TP, Robinson CB, Yeager RC, England JA, Nifong LW, Hickner RCJ Appl Physiol 96: 19-24, 2004

ANGIOGENIC GROWTH FACTOR RESPONSE TO ACUTE SYSTEMIC EXERCISE IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Gavin TP, Robinson CB, Yeager RC, England JA, Nifong LW, Hickner RCJ Appl Physiol 96: 19-24, 2004

BODY DIMENSIONS, EXERCISE CAPACITY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL OF ADOLESCENT NANDI BOYS IN WESTERN KENYA
Larsen HB, Christensen DL, Nolan T, et al. Ann Hum Biol 31(2): 159-73, 2004

BODY DIMENSIONS, EXERCISE CAPACITY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL OF ADOLESCENT NANDI BOYS IN WESTERN KENYA
Larsen HB, Christensen DL, Nolan T, et al. Ann Hum Biol 31(2): 159-73, 2004

BRADYKININ RECEPTOR GENE VARIANT AND HUMAN PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
Williams AG, Dhamrait SS, Wootton PTE, Day SH, Hawe E, Payne JR, Myerson SG, World M, Budgett R, Humphries SE, Montgomery HE J Appl Physiol 96: 938-942, 2004

BRADYKININ RECEPTOR GENE VARIANT AND HUMAN PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
Williams AG, Dhamrait SS, Wootton PTE, Day SH, Hawe E, Payne JR, Myerson SG, World M, Budgett R, Humphries SE, Montgomery HE J Appl Physiol 96: 938-942, 2004

CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND ARTERIAL STIFFNESS - THE NORTHERN IRELAND YOUNG HEARTS PROJECT
Boreham CA, Ferreira I, Twisk JW, et al. Hypertension 44: 721, 2004

CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AND ARTERIAL STIFFNESS - THE NORTHERN IRELAND YOUNG HEARTS PROJECT
Boreham CA, Ferreira I, Twisk JW, et al. Hypertension 44: 721, 2004

CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO APNEAS WITH AND WITHOUT FACE IMMERSION IN EXERCISING HUMANS
Andersson JPA, Linér MH, Fredsted A, Schagatay EKA J Appl Physiol 96: 1005-1010, 2004

CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO APNEAS WITH AND WITHOUT FACE IMMERSION IN EXERCISING HUMANS
Andersson JPA, Linér MH, Fredsted A, Schagatay EKA J Appl Physiol 96: 1005-1010, 2004

CIRCULATING GHRELIN IS SENSITIVE TO CHANGES IN BODY WEIGHT DURING A DIET AND EXERCISE PROGRAM IN NORMAL-WEIGHT YOUNG WOMEN
Leidy HJ, Gardner JK, Frye BR, Snook ML, Schuchert MK, Richard EL, Williams NI J Clin Endocrinol Metab 89 (6): 2659-2664, 2004

CIRCULATING PLASMA VEGF RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN SEDENTARY AND ENDURANCE-TRAINED MEN
Kraus RM, Stallings HW III, Yeager RC, Gavin TP J Appl Physiol 96: 1445-1450, 2004

CIRCULATING PLASMA VEGF RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN SEDENTARY AND ENDURANCE-TRAINED MEN
Kraus RM, Stallings HW III, Yeager RC, Gavin TP J Appl Physiol 96: 1445-1450, 2004

COMPARISON OF MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE PREPUBERTAL AND PUBERTAL CHILDREN
Andreacci JL, Robertson RJ, Dube JJ, et al.Pediatric Research 56: 706-713, 2004

COMPARISON OF MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE PREPUBERTAL AND PUBERTAL CHILDREN
Andreacci JL, Robertson RJ, Dube JJ, et al.Pediatric Research 56: 706-713, 2004

COMPARISON OF RESISTANCE AND CONDUIT VESSEL NITRIC OXIDE-MEDIATED VASCULAR FUNCTION IN VIVO: EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING
Green DJ, Walsh JH, Maiorana A, Burke V, Taylor RR, O'Driscoll JG Appl Physiol 97: 749-755, 2004

COMPARISON OF RESISTANCE AND CONDUIT VESSEL NITRIC OXIDE-MEDIATED VASCULAR FUNCTION IN VIVO: EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING
Green DJ, Walsh JH, Maiorana A, Burke V, Taylor RR, O'Driscoll JG Appl Physiol 97: 749-755, 2004

CONTROL OF CUTANEOUS VASCULAR CONDUCTANCE AND SWEATING DURING RECOVERY FROM DYNAMIC EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Journeay WS, Reardon FD, Martin CR, Kenny GP J Appl Physiol 96: 2207-2212, 2004

CONTROL OF CUTANEOUS VASCULAR CONDUCTANCE AND SWEATING DURING RECOVERY FROM DYNAMIC EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Journeay WS, Reardon FD, Martin CR, Kenny GP J Appl Physiol 96: 2207-2212, 2004

EFFECT OF ENDURANCE TRAINING ON MUSCLE TCA CYCLE METABOLISM DURING EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Howarth KR, LeBlanc PJ, Heigenhauser GJF, Gibala MJ J Appl Physiol 97: 579-584, 2004

EFFECT OF ENDURANCE TRAINING ON MUSCLE TCA CYCLE METABOLISM DURING EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Howarth KR, LeBlanc PJ, Heigenhauser GJF, Gibala MJ J Appl Physiol 97: 579-584, 2004

EFFECT OF THE VOLUME AND INTENSITY OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON INSULIN SENSITIVITY
Houmard JA, Tanner CJ, Slentz CA, Duscha BD, McCartney JS, Kraus WEJ Appl Physiol 96: 101-106, 2004

EFFECT OF THE VOLUME AND INTENSITY OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON INSULIN SENSITIVITY
Houmard JA, Tanner CJ, Slentz CA, Duscha BD, McCartney JS, Kraus WEJ Appl Physiol 96: 101-106, 2004

EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON MITOCHONDRIAL UNCOUPLING IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Fernström M, Tonkonogi M, Sahlin K J Physiol (Lond) 554(3): 755-763, 2004

EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON MITOCHONDRIAL UNCOUPLING IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE
Fernström M, Tonkonogi M, Sahlin K J Physiol (Lond) 554(3): 755-763, 2004

EFFECTS OF AN AD LIBITUM LOW-FAT, HIGH-CARBOHYDRATE DIET ON BODY WEIGHT, BODY COMPOSITION, AND FAT DISTRIBUTION IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN
Hays NP, Starling RD, Liu X, Sullivan DH, Trappe TA, Fluckey JD, Evans WJ Arch Intern Med 164: 210-217, 2004

EFFECTS OF AN AD LIBITUM LOW-FAT, HIGH-CARBOHYDRATE DIET ON BODY WEIGHT, BODY COMPOSITION, AND FAT DISTRIBUTION IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN
Hays NP, Starling RD, Liu X, Sullivan DH, Trappe TA, Fluckey JD, Evans WJ Arch Intern Med 164: 210-217, 2004

EXERCISE-INDUCED REDUCTION IN OBESITY AND INSULIN RESISTANCE IN WOMEN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Ross R, Janssen I, Dawson J, Kungl A-M, Kuk JL, Wong SL, Nguyen-Duy T-B,Lee S, Kilpatrick K, Hudson R Obesity Research 12: 789-798, 2004

EXERCISE-INDUCED REDUCTION IN OBESITY AND INSULIN RESISTANCE IN WOMEN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Ross R, Janssen I, Dawson J, Kungl A-M, Kuk JL, Wong SL, Nguyen-Duy T-B,Lee S, Kilpatrick K, Hudson R Obesity Research 12: 789-798, 2004

FEATURES OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME ARE ASSOCIATED WITH OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS IN DANISH CHILDREN - THE EUROPEAN YOUTH HEART STUDY (EYHS)
Brage S, Wedderkopp N, Ekelund U, Franks PW, Wareham NJ, Andersen LB, Froberg K Diabetes Care 27:2141-2148, 2004

FEATURES OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME ARE ASSOCIATED WITH OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS IN DANISH CHILDREN - THE EUROPEAN YOUTH HEART STUDY (EYHS)
Brage S, Wedderkopp N, Ekelund U, Franks PW, Wareham NJ, Andersen LB, Froberg K Diabetes Care 27:2141-2148, 2004

FIELD EXERCISE VS LABORATORY EUCAPNIC VOLUNTARY HYPERVENTILATION TO IDENTIFY AIRWAY HYPERRESPONSIVENESS IN ELITE COLD WEATHER ATHLETES
Rundell KW, Anderson SD, Spiering BA, Judelson DA Chest 125: 909-915, 2004

FIELD EXERCISE VS LABORATORY EUCAPNIC VOLUNTARY HYPERVENTILATION TO IDENTIFY AIRWAY HYPERRESPONSIVENESS IN ELITE COLD WEATHER ATHLETES
Rundell KW, Anderson SD, Spiering BA, Judelson DA Chest 125: 909-915, 2004

HEART RATE DYNAMICS AFTER CONTROLLED TRAINING FOLLOWED BY A HOME-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM
Hautala AJ, Mäkikallio TH, Kiviniemi A, Laukkanen RT, Nissilä S, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP Eur J Appl Physiol 92(3): 289-97, 2004

HEART RATE DYNAMICS AFTER CONTROLLED TRAINING FOLLOWED BY A HOME-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM
Hautala AJ, Mäkikallio TH, Kiviniemi A, Laukkanen RT, Nissilä S, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP Eur J Appl Physiol 92(3): 289-97, 2004

HUMID HEAT ACCLIMATION DOES NOT ELICIT A PREFERENTIAL SWEAT REDISTRIBUTION TOWARD THE LIMBS
Patterson MJ, Stocks JM, Taylor NASAm J Physiol 286: R512-R518, 2004

HUMID HEAT ACCLIMATION DOES NOT ELICIT A PREFERENTIAL SWEAT REDISTRIBUTION TOWARD THE LIMBS
Patterson MJ, Stocks JM, Taylor NASAm J Physiol 286: R512-R518, 2004

HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS RESPONSE AND RECOVERY FROM HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE IN WOMEN: EFFECTS OF AGING AND FITNESS
Traustadóttir T, Bosch PR, Cantu T, Matt KS J Clin Endocrinol Metab 89 (7): 3248-3254, 2004

HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS RESPONSE AND RECOVERY FROM HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE IN WOMEN: EFFECTS OF AGING AND FITNESS
Traustadóttir T, Bosch PR, Cantu T, Matt KS J Clin Endocrinol Metab 89 (7): 3248-3254, 2004

IMMUNE RESPONSES TO STRENUOUS EXERCISE AND CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE IN BOYS AND MEN
Timmons BW, Tarnopolsky MA, Bar-Or O Pediatr Res 56(2): 227-34, 2004

IMMUNE RESPONSES TO STRENUOUS EXERCISE AND CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE IN BOYS AND MEN
Timmons BW, Tarnopolsky MA, Bar-Or O Pediatr Res 56(2): 227-34, 2004

INFLUENCE OF L-NAME ON PULMONARY O2 UPTAKE KINETICS DURING HEAVY-INTENSITY CYCLE EXERCISE
Jones AM, Wilkerson DP, Wilmshurst S, Campbell IT J Appl Physiol 96: 1033-1038, 2004

INFLUENCE OF L-NAME ON PULMONARY O2 UPTAKE KINETICS DURING HEAVY-INTENSITY CYCLE EXERCISE
Jones AM, Wilkerson DP, Wilmshurst S, Campbell IT J Appl Physiol 96: 1033-1038, 2004

INFLUENCE OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION ON PULMONARY O2 UPTAKE KINETICS DURING SUPRA-MAXIMAL EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Wilkerson DP, Campbell IT, Jones AM J Physiol 561 (2): 623-635, 2004

INFLUENCE OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION ON PULMONARY O2 UPTAKE KINETICS DURING SUPRA-MAXIMAL EXERCISE IN HUMANS
Wilkerson DP, Campbell IT, Jones AM J Physiol 561 (2): 623-635, 2004

NATURAL KILLER CELL LYTIC ACTIVITY AND CD56DIM AND CD56BRIGHT CELL DISTRIBUTIONS DURING AND AFTER INTENSIVE TRAINING
Suzui M, Kawai T, Kimura H, Takeda K, Yagita H, Okumura K, Shek PN, Shephard RJ J Appl Physiol 96: 2167-2173, 2004

NATURAL KILLER CELL LYTIC ACTIVITY AND CD56DIM AND CD56BRIGHT CELL DISTRIBUTIONS DURING AND AFTER INTENSIVE TRAINING
Suzui M, Kawai T, Kimura H, Takeda K, Yagita H, Okumura K, Shek PN, Shephard RJ J Appl Physiol 96: 2167-2173, 2004

NEGATIVE ENERGY BALANCE PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE IN THE IGF-I RESPONSE TO EXERCISE TRAINING
Nemet D, Connolly PH, Pontello-Pescatello AM, Rose-Gottron C, Larson JK, Galassetti P, Cooper DMJ Appl Physiol 96: 276-282, 2004

NEGATIVE ENERGY BALANCE PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE IN THE IGF-I RESPONSE TO EXERCISE TRAINING
Nemet D, Connolly PH, Pontello-Pescatello AM, Rose-Gottron C, Larson JK, Galassetti P, Cooper DMJ Appl Physiol 96: 276-282, 2004

NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION WITH L-NAME REDUCES MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE BUT NOT GAS EXCHANGE THRESHOLD DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE EXERCISE IN MAN
Jones AM, Wilkerson DP, Campbell IT J Physiol 560(1): 329-338, 2004

NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION WITH L-NAME REDUCES MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE BUT NOT GAS EXCHANGE THRESHOLD DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE EXERCISE IN MAN
Jones AM, Wilkerson DP, Campbell IT J Physiol 560(1): 329-338, 2004

PAROXETINE ADMINISTRATION TO INFLUENCE HUMAN EXERCISE CAPACITY, PERCEIVED EFFORT OR HORMONE RESPONSES DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE IN A WARM ENVIRONMENT
Strachan A, Leiper J, Maughan R Exp Physiol 89(6): 657-664, 2004

PAROXETINE ADMINISTRATION TO INFLUENCE HUMAN EXERCISE CAPACITY, PERCEIVED EFFORT OR HORMONE RESPONSES DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE IN A WARM ENVIRONMENT
Strachan A, Leiper J, Maughan R Exp Physiol 89(6): 657-664, 2004

REGULATION OF HORMONE-SENSITIVE LIPASE ACTIVITY AND SER563 AND SER565 PHOSPHORYLATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING EXERCISE
Roepstorff C, Vistisen B, Donsmark M, et al. J Physiol 560 (2): 551-562, 2004

REGULATION OF HORMONE-SENSITIVE LIPASE ACTIVITY AND SER563 AND SER565 PHOSPHORYLATION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING EXERCISE
Roepstorff C, Vistisen B, Donsmark M, et al. J Physiol 560 (2): 551-562, 2004

REGULATION OF PLASMA LONG-CHAIN FATTY ACID OXIDATION IN RELATION TO UPTAKE IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING EXERCISE
Roepstorff C, Vistisen B, Roepstorff K, Kiens B Am J Physiol 287: E696-E705, 2004

REGULATION OF PLASMA LONG-CHAIN FATTY ACID OXIDATION IN RELATION TO UPTAKE IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING EXERCISE
Roepstorff C, Vistisen B, Roepstorff K, Kiens B Am J Physiol 287: E696-E705, 2004

RELATION BETWEEN PLASMA LACTATE CONCENTRATION AND FAT OXIDATION RATES OVER A WIDE RANGE OF EXERCISE INTENSITIES
Achten J, Jeukendrup AE Int J Sports Med 25(1): 32-37, 2004

RELATION BETWEEN PLASMA LACTATE CONCENTRATION AND FAT OXIDATION RATES OVER A WIDE RANGE OF EXERCISE INTENSITIES
Achten J, Jeukendrup AE Int J Sports Med 25(1): 32-37, 2004

SATURATION OF HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATIONS OF R-R INTERVALS IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS AND PATIENTS AFTER ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DURING AMBULATORY CONDITIONS
Kiviniemi AM, Hautala AJ, Seppanen T, Makikallio TH, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP Am J Physiol 287: H1921-H1927, 2004

SATURATION OF HIGH-FREQUENCY OSCILLATIONS OF R-R INTERVALS IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS AND PATIENTS AFTER ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DURING AMBULATORY CONDITIONS
Kiviniemi AM, Hautala AJ, Seppanen T, Makikallio TH, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP Am J Physiol 287: H1921-H1927, 2004

TEMPERATURE REGULATION DURING REST AND EXERCISE IN THE COLD IN PREMENARCHEAL AND MENARCHEAL GIRLS
Klentrou P, Cunliffe M, Slack J, Wilk B, Bar-Or O, De Souza MJ, Plyley M J Appl Physiol 96: 1393-1398, 2004

TEMPERATURE REGULATION DURING REST AND EXERCISE IN THE COLD IN PREMENARCHEAL AND MENARCHEAL GIRLS
Klentrou P, Cunliffe M, Slack J, Wilk B, Bar-Or O, De Souza MJ, Plyley M J Appl Physiol 96: 1393-1398, 2004

THE EFFECT OF EXPERIENTIAL ANCHORING ON THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF EXERCISE REGULATION IN ADOLESCENT CHILDREN
Lamb KL, Eaves SJ, Hartshorn JE J Sports Sci 22(2):159-65, 2004

THE EFFECT OF EXPERIENTIAL ANCHORING ON THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF EXERCISE REGULATION IN ADOLESCENT CHILDREN
Lamb KL, Eaves SJ, Hartshorn JE J Sports Sci 22(2):159-65, 2004

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SINGLE-BREATH DIFFUSION CAPACITY OF THE LUNG FOR NITRIC OXIDE AND CARBON MONOXIDE DURING VARIOUS EXERCISE INTENSITIES
Zavorsky GS, Quiron KB, Massarelli PS, Lands LC Chest 125: 1019-1027, 2004

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SINGLE-BREATH DIFFUSION CAPACITY OF THE LUNG FOR NITRIC OXIDE AND CARBON MONOXIDE DURING VARIOUS EXERCISE INTENSITIES
Zavorsky GS, Quiron KB, Massarelli PS, Lands LC Chest 125: 1019-1027, 2004

TIME-OF-DAY EFFECTS IN MAXIMAL ANAEROBIC LEG EXERCISE IN TROPICAL ENVIRONMENT: A FIRST APPROACH
Racinais S, Hue O, Hertogh C, Damiani M, Blonc S Int J Sports Med 25(3): 186-190, 2004

TIME-OF-DAY EFFECTS IN MAXIMAL ANAEROBIC LEG EXERCISE IN TROPICAL ENVIRONMENT: A FIRST APPROACH
Racinais S, Hue O, Hertogh C, Damiani M, Blonc S Int J Sports Med 25(3): 186-190, 2004

2003

CARDIOVASCULAR AUTONOMIC FUNCTION CORRELATES WITH THE RESPONSE TO AEROBIC TRAINING IN HEALTHY SEDENTARY SUBJECTS
Hautala AJ, Mäkikallio TH, Kiviniemi A, Laukkanen RT, Nissilä S, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP Am J Physiol 285(4): H1747-52, 2003

CARDIOVASCULAR AUTONOMIC FUNCTION CORRELATES WITH THE RESPONSE TO AEROBIC TRAINING IN HEALTHY SEDENTARY SUBJECTS
Hautala AJ, Mäkikallio TH, Kiviniemi A, Laukkanen RT, Nissilä S, Huikuri HV, Tulppo MP Am J Physiol 285(4): H1747-52, 2003

EFFECT OF EXERCISE INTENSITY ON THE POSTEXERCISE SWEATING THRESHOLD
Kenny GP, Périard J, Journeay WS,Sigal RJ, Reardon FD J Appl Physiol 95: 2355-2360, 2003

EFFECT OF HABITUAL RUNNING ON HUMAN ACHILLES TENDON LOAD-DEFORMATION PROPERTIES AND CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA
Hansen P, Aagaard P, Kjaer M, Larsson B, Magnusson SPJ Appl Physiol 95: 2375-2380, 2003

EFFECTS OF AEROBIC TRAINING ON HEART RATE DYNAMICS IN SEDENTARY SUBJECTS
Tulppo MP, Hautala AJ, Mäkikallio TH, Laukkanen RT, Nissilä S, Hughson RL, Huikuri HV J Appl Physiol 95(1): 364-72, 2003

EFFECTS OF HUMAN PREGNANCY ON FLUID REQULATION RESPONSES TO SHORT-TERM EXERCISE
Heenan AP, Wolfe LA, Davies GAL, McGrath MJ J Appl Physiol 95: 2321-2327, 2003

EFFICACY OF PRESCRIBING ENDURANCE TRAINING INTENSITY USING THE VENTILATORY EQUIVALENTS FOR OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE IN UNTRAINED MEN AND WOMEN
Hansen G, Blanchard C, Rodgers W, et al. Research in Sports Medicine 11(1) January-March, 2003

EFFICACY OF PRESCRIBING ENDURANCE TRAINING INTENSITY USING THE VENTILATORY EQUIVALENTS FOR OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE IN UNTRAINED MEN AND WOMEN
Hansen G, Blanchard C, Rodgers W, et al. Research in Sports Medicine 11(1) January-March, 2003

ENERGY COST OF DIFFERENT SKATING TECHNIQUES IN CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING
Millet GP, Boissiere D, Candau R J Sports Sci 21(1): 3-11, 2003

ENERGY COST OF DIFFERENT SKATING TECHNIQUES IN CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING
Millet GP, Boissiere D, Candau R J Sports Sci 21(1): 3-11, 2003

INFLUENCE OF CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION ON OXIDATIVE STRESS AND PLASMA ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL FOLLOWING A 3 H RUN
McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, et al. Free Radic Res 37(8): 835-40, 2003

INFLUENCE OF CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION ON OXIDATIVE STRESS AND PLASMA ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL FOLLOWING A 3 H RUN
McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Nieman DC, et al. Free Radic Res 37(8): 835-40, 2003

INFLUENCE OF WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAMMES ON WALKING SPEED AND RELATIVE OXYGEN COST (%VO2MAX) IN OBESE WOMEN DURING WALKING
Evers Larsson U, Mattsson E Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 35(2), 2003

INVERSE RESPONSE OF LEUKOCYTE HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS AND DNA DAMAGE TO EXERCISE AND HEAT
Fehrenbach E, Veith R, Schmid M, et al. Free Radic Res 37(9): 975-82, 2003

INVERSE RESPONSE OF LEUKOCYTE HEAT SHOCK PROTEINS AND DNA DAMAGE TO EXERCISE AND HEAT
Fehrenbach E, Veith R, Schmid M, et al. Free Radic Res 37(9): 975-82, 2003

SIMULATED TENNIS MATCHPLAY IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT
Davey PR, Thorpe RD, Williams C J Sports Sci 21(6): 459-67, 2003

SIMULATED TENNIS MATCHPLAY IN A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT
Davey PR, Thorpe RD, Williams C J Sports Sci 21(6): 459-67, 2003

SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTUAL METHODS FOR COMPARING BACKPACKS IN THE FIELD
Legg SJ, Barr A, Hedderley DI Ergonomics 15; 46(9): 935-55, 2003

SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTUAL METHODS FOR COMPARING BACKPACKS IN THE FIELD
Legg SJ, Barr A, Hedderley DI Ergonomics 15; 46(9): 935-55, 2003

THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON THE KINETICS OF THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO INFLUENZA VACCINATION
Whitham M, Blannin AKJ Sports Sci 21(12): 991-1000, 2003

THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON THE KINETICS OF THE ANTIBODY RESPONSE TO INFLUENZA VACCINATION
Whitham M, Blannin AKJ Sports Sci 21(12): 991-1000, 2003

THE EFFECT OF PRE-EXERCISE CARBOHYDRATE FEEDINGS ON THE INTENSITY THAT ELICITS MAXIMAL FAT OXIDATION
Achten J, Jeukendrup AE J Sports Sci 21(12): 1017-24, 2003

THE EFFECT OF PRE-EXERCISE CARBOHYDRATE FEEDINGS ON THE INTENSITY THAT ELICITS MAXIMAL FAT OXIDATION
Achten J, Jeukendrup AE J Sports Sci 21(12): 1017-24, 2003

THE INFLUENCE OF A 6.5% CARBOHYDRATE-ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION ON PERFORMANCE OF PROLONGED INTERMITTENT HIGH-INTENSITY RUNNING AT 30°C
Morris JG, Nevill ME, Thompson D, et al. J Sports Sci 21(5): 371-81, 2003 J Appl Physiol 104(1): 20-6, 2008

THE INFLUENCE OF A 6.5% CARBOHYDRATE-ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION ON PERFORMANCE OF PROLONGED INTERMITTENT HIGH-INTENSITY RUNNING AT 30°C
Morris JG, Nevill ME, Thompson D, et al. J Sports Sci 21(5): 371-81, 2003

2002

BEAT-TO-BEAT ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE DYNAMICS DURING SPELEOLOGICAL EXERCISE
Princi T., Peterec D., Delbello G., Stenner E.Atti del 53 Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Fisiologia, Ferrara, Italy, 16-19th September 2002, p 278

DETERMINATION OF THE EXERCISE INTENSITY THAT ELICITS MAXIMAL FAT OXIDATION
Achten J., Gleeson M., Jeukendrup A.E.Med Sci Sports Exerc 34(1):92-97, 2002

LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR PARAMETERS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING SPELEOLOGICAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Princi T., Accardo A., Peterec D., Stenner E., Delbello G.IFMBE Proceedings of the 12th Nordic Baltic Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics, Reykjavik, Island, 18-22th June 2002, p 172-173

NONLINEAR PARAMETERS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING PARAGLIDING AND DYNAMIC EXERCISE
Princi T., Peterec D., Delbello G.Atti del 53 Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Fisiologia, Ferrara, Italy, 16-19th September 2002, p 279

2001

AN ASSESSMENT OF HEAT EMISSION FROM HUMAN WORKING MUSCLES DURING EXERCISE WITH THE SAME PEDALLING FRQUENCY AND DIFFERENT LOAD
Supinska M., Jethon Z.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 1024

AN ESTIMATION OF HEAT EMISSION FROM HUMAN MUSCLES DURING EXERCISE WITH THE SAME LOAD AND DIFFERENT PEDALLING FREQUENCY
Supinska M., Jethon Z.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

BLOOD AND URINARY MEASURES OF HYDRATION STATUS DURING PROGRESSIVE ACUTE DEHYDRATION
Popowski L.A., Oppliger R. A., Lambert G.P., Johnson R.F., Johnson A.K., Gisolfi C.V.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):747-753, 2001

BRADYCARDIA DURING DIVING IN A LIFE SAVING TEST
Juntunen P., Louhevaara V., Keskinen K.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 1196

CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO GRADED DOWNHILL WALKING
Park K.S., Navalta J.W., Sedlock D.A.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 171, 2001

COMPARISON OF EFFORT LEVELS OF MIDDLE SCHOOL MALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES AND ATHLETIC TEAM PRACTICES
Grotenhuis JA, M.S. Thesis in University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, USA, 2001

COMPARISON OF SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS HAND CYCLING AT DIFFERENT CADENCES
Dallmeijer A.J., Van der Woude L.H.V., Ottjes L., De Waardt E.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 1799, 2001

COMPARISON OF TREADMILL MAX VALUES TO RESPONSES PULLING A VEHICLE 400 METERS
Carson C.A., Berning J.M., Adams K.J., Shimp-Bowerman J.A., Durham M.P., Fabian N.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 906, 2001

CORRELATIONS BETWEEN ENDURANCE LEVEL AND HRV AT REST AND IN DYNAMIC EXERCISE
Horn A., Schulz H., Heck H.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 942

CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION AND HEALTH VARIABLES: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
Schilling B.K., Stone M.H., Utter A., Kearney J.T., Johnson M., Coglianese R., Smith L., O’Bryant H.S., Fry A.C., Starks M., Keith R., Stone M.E.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(2):183-188, 2001

EFFECT OF BODY POSITION AND WATER IMMERSION ON HUMAN CARDIORESPIRATORY AND METABOLIC RESPONSES
Merikari J., Keskinen K., Rodriquez F.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 934

EFFECTS OF DYNAMIC RESISTANCE TRAINING IN HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN WOMEN AGED 65 TO 74 YEARS
Forte R., De Vito G., Figura F.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 943

EXERCISE EFFICIENCY DURING ARM CRANK ERGOMETRY
Smith P., Price M., Hughes M.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 266

HEART RATE TELEMETER AND VIDEO SIGNAL SUPERPOSITION SYSTEM OF SPORTS
Yong W.P., Jing X.H.Abstract in the 2001 Asia-Pacific Rim Conference on Exercise and Sport Science, Seoul, Korea, 2001, p 251

HEART RATE VARIABILITY – A PARAMETER FOR DIAGNOSTICS OF MAXIMUM RESILIENCE IN ENDURANCE-SPORTS?
Bauer S., Berbalk A.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 257

HEMOGLOBIN / MYOGLOBIN OXYGEN DESATURATION DURING ALPINE SKIING
Szmedra L.,Im J., Nioka S., Chance B., Rundell K.W.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(2):232-236, 2001

MAXIMAL EXERCISE AS A COUNTERMEASURE TO ORTHOSTATIC INTOLERANCE AFTER SPACEFLIGHT
Moore A.D., Stuart JR., Lee M.C., Charles J.B., Greenisen M.C., Schneider S.M.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(1):75-80, 2001

METABOLIC COST OF VARYING WALKER HEIGHT DURING UNILATERAL WEIGHT-BEARING AMBULATION
Welsh S.E., Simoneau G.G., Papanek P.E.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 177, 2001

OPTIMAL TIME OF ARRIVAL FOR PERFORMANCE AT MODERATE ALTITUDE (1700 M)
Weston A.R., MacKenzie G., Tufts M.A., Mars M.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(2):298-302, 2001

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO WATER AEROBICS PERFORMED AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF INTENSITY
Benelli P., Ditroilo M., Giacomini F., Pigliapoco P., Stocchi V.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 1199

PHYSIOLOGICAL STRAIN OF A LIFE SAVING TEST – A PILOT STUDY
Juntunen P., Louhevaara V., Keskinen K.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 1194

POWER SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN DIFFERENT STRESS CONDITIONS
Princi T., Peterec D., Delbello G.European Journal of Physiology, 2001, 442 (1), R36

SERUM CONCENTRATIONS OF COLLAGEN DEGRADING ENZYMES AND THEIR INHIBITORS AFTER DOWNHILL RUNNING
Koskinen S.O.A., Höyhtyä M., Turpeenniemi-Hujanen T., Martikkala V., Mäkinen T.T., Oksa J., Rintamäki H., Löfberg M., Somer H., Takala T.E.S.Scand J Med Sci Sports 11:9-15, 2001

THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF HYPERTHERMIA DEVELOPMENT IN HEAT INTOLERANT MEN
Frank A., Belekopytov M., Dobrov I., Heled Y., Shani Y., Epstein Y., Shapiro Y.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(5):nr 915, 2001

THE EFFECTS OF MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
Finstad E.W., Newhouse I.J., Lukaski H.C., McAuliffe J.E., Stewart C.R.Med Sci Sports Exerc 33(3):493-498, 2001

TRAINING THRESHOLD DETERMINATION BASED ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY ON CARDIOVASCULAR EQUIPMENT
Galvani C., Massarini M., Laukkanen R., Kinnunen H.Abstract in Proc 6th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Germany, 2001, p 936

2000

CARBOHYDRATE AND FLUID INTAKE AFFECT THE SALIVA FLOW RATE AND IGA RESPONSE TO CYCLING
Bishop N.C., Blannin A.K., Armstrong E., Rickman M., Gleeson M.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(12):2046-2051, 2000

CARDIAC AUTONOMIC IMBALANCE IN AN OVERTRAINED ATHLETE
Hedelin R., Wiklund U., Bjerle P., Henriksson-Larsën K.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(9):1531-1533, 2000

CARDIOVASCULAR TOLERANCE OF HEALTHY ELDERLY SUBJECTS TO WEIGHT-LIFTING EXERCISES
Bermon S., Rama D., Dolisi C.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(11):1845-1848, 2000

CARDIOVASCULAR TRAINING AND SPORT PERFORMANCE: THE USE OF HEART RATE MONITORS
Laukkanen R., Rusko H., Lambert M.Abstract in 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress, Brisbane Australia, 2000, p 169

CHARACTERISTICS AND ADHERENCE PATTERNS OF NEWLY ENROLLED MEMBERS OF A FITNESS CENTER
Wood K., Welk G.J., Fisher D., Barlow E.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 579, 2000

CONTROLLED 5-MO AEROBIC TRAINING IMPROVES HEART RATE BUT NOT HEART VARIABILITY OR BAROREFLEX SENSITIVITY
Loimaala A., Huikuri H., Oja P., Pasanen M., Vuori I.J Appl Physiol 89: 1825-1829, 2000

EFFECT OF ATHLETIC TRAINING ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY
Cingalek R., Bunc V., Cingalkova M.Abstract in 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress, Brisbane Australia, 2000, p 546

EXERCISE TRAINING REVERSES CARDIAC ATROPHY DURING HEAD DOWN TILT BED REST
Perhonen M.A., Zuckerman J.H., Hinojosa J.R., Zhang R., Iwasaki K.I., Levine B.D.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 93, 2000

GENDER COMPARISON OF RPE AT ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE PHYSIOLOGICAL CRITERIA
Robertson R.J., Moyna N.M., Sward K.L., Millich N.B., Goss F.L., Thompson P.D.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(12):2120-2129, 2000

INTENSITY EFFECT OF ACTIVE RECOVERY FROM GLYCOLYTIC EXERCISE ON DECREASING BLOOD LACTATE CONCENTRATION IN PREPUBERTAL CHILDREN
Dotan R., Falk B., Raz A.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(3):564-570, 2000

MUSCULAR AND METABOLIC COSTS OF UPHILL BACKPACKING: ARE HIKING POLES BENEFICIAL?
Knight C.A., Caldwell G.E.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(12):2093-2101, 2000

POWER SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING PARAGLIDING
Princi T., Peterec D., Delbello G.European Journal of Physiology, 2000, 439 (5), R280

SHORT-TERM OVERTRAINING: EFFECTS ON PERFORMANCE, CIRCULATORY RESPONSES, AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY
Hedelin R., Kenttá G., Wiklund U., Bjerle P., Henriksson-Larsen K.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(8):1480-1484, 2000

STUDIES ON THE MATURATION OF ANAEROBIC METABOLISM IN ADOLESCENT MALES
Ratnayake L., Lyons M., Argyrous G., Trenell M., Garlick D.Abstract in 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress, Brisbane Australia, 2000, p 373

THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TEMPOS OF MUSIC ON EXERCISE HEART RATE AND MAXIMAL POWER OUTPUT
Hamp E.K., Perez M., McInnis K.J.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 159, 2000

THE EFFECTS OF HARNESS SUPPORTED TREADMILL AMBULATION TRAINING ON THE GAIT CHARACTERISTICS OF A PERSON WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE
Jackson K.J., Porter J.W., Merrell K.A., Burt B.T.Abstract in Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(5):nr 1134, 2000

THE EFFEFT OF CAFFEINE ON ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE AFTER NONSELECTIVE SS-ADRENERGIC BLOCKADE
Van Baak M.A., Saris W.H.M.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(2):499-503, 2000

TRAINING IN HYPOXIA: MODULATION OF METABOLIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN MEN
Bailey D.M., Davies B., Baker J.Med Sci Sports Exerc 32(6):1058-1066, 2000

1999

POWER SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF THE HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN DIFFERENT SAILING CONDITIONS
Princi T., Peterec D., Delbello R., Sceusa R., Accardo A.Book of Abstracts of the 5th Conference of the European Society for Engineering and Medicine, Barcelona, Spain, May 30th - June 2nd, 1999, p 549-550

THE COMPARISON BETWEEN THREE DIFFERENT RESPIRATORY GAS-ANALYSERS
Hiilloskorpi H., Mänttäri A., Fogerholm M., Pasanen M., Laukkanen R.Med Sci Sports Exerc 31(5): nr 1789, 1999

THE INFLUENCE OF GROUP SIZE ON PUPIL HEART RATE RESPONSE DURING PHYSICAL EDUCATION GAMES LESSONS
Wakefield A.J., Sproule J.Abstract in Proc 4th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Rome Italy, 1999, p 244

VALIDITY VERIFICATION FOR VALUES OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE OBTAINED FROM AN AUTOMATISED TREADMILL
Orru V., Lai A.-C., Lener R., Crisafulle A., Melis F., Lai C., Concu A.Abstract in Proc 4th Annual Congress of the ECSS, Rome Italy, 1999, p 749

1998

BLOOD AMMONIA - HEART RATE RELATIONSHIP DURING GRADED EXERCISE IS NOT INFLUENCED BY GLYCOGEN DEPLETION
Roeykens J., Magnus L., Rogers R., Meeusen R., De Meirleir K.; Department of Human Physiology, Vrije Universiteit, Brussel, BelgiumInt J Sports Med 19(1): 26-31, 1998

BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINO ACIDS PROLONG EXERCISE DURING HEAT STRESS IN MEN AND WOMEN
Mittleman K.D., Ricci M.R., Bailey S.P.; Departments of Exercise Science, Sport Studies and Nutritional Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 30(1): 83-91, 1998

DIFFERENCES IN VAGAL MODULATION OF HEART RATE DURING DYNAMIC ARM AND LEG EXERCISE
Tulppo M.P., Mäkikallio T.H., Laukkanen R.T., Huikuri H.V.Med Sci Sports Exerc 30(5), nr 1745, 1998

DIFFERENCES IN VAGAL MODULATION OF HEART RATE DURING DYNAMIC ARM AND LEG EXERCISE
Oulu, FinlandMed Sci Sports Exerc 30(5), 1998

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE CARDIAC ADAPTATION TO ENDURANCE TRAINING
Levine B., Zuckerman J., Morrow M., Franco F., Zhang RAbstract in Circulation 98: I-86:nr 435, 1998

HEART RATE DEFLECTION COMPARED TO 4 MMOL*L-1 LACTATE THRESHOLD DURING INCREMENTAL EXERCISE AND TO LACTATE DURING STEADY-STATE EXERCISE ON AN ARM-CRANKING ERGOMETER IN PARAPLEGIC ATHLETES
Schmid A., Huonker M., Aramendi J.F., Klüppel E., Barturen J.M., Grathwohl D., Schmidt-Trucksäss A., Berg A., Keul J.Eur J Appl Physiol 78:177-182, 1998

HOW TO DEVELOP A GROUP CURRICULUM: DEVELOPING AN EXERCISE PROGRAMME FOR OVERWEIGHT ADULTS
Nupponen R., Laukkanen R.; UKK Institute for Health Promotion Research, Tampere, FinlandPatient Educ Couns, 1998

LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHIC RESPONSE TO LONG TERM ENDURANCE EXERCISE
Franco F., Morrow M., Zuckerman J., Zhang R., Peshock R., Levine B.Abstract in Circulation 98: I-85:nr 430, 1998

PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE AND CARDIOVASCULAR AND METABOLIC ADAPTATION OF ELITE FEMALE WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN WHEELCHAIR ERGOMETRY AND IN COMPETITION
Schmid A., Huonker M., Stober P., Barturen J.M., Schmidt-Trucksäss A., Dürr H., Völpel H.-J., Keul J.Am J Phys Med Rehabil 77:527-533, 1998

PLASMA CATECHOLAMINE RESPONSES TO REPEATED RESISTANCE EXERCISES
Pullinen T., Huttunen P., Komi P.V.Abstract in Proc 3rd Annual Congress of the ECSS, Manchester UK, 1998, p 168

RIGHT VENTRICULAR ENLARGEMENT PRECEDES LEFT VENTRICULAR ENLARGEMENT DURING LONG TERM ENDURANCE TRAINING
Franco F., Morrow M., Zuckerman J., Zhang R., Peshock R., Levine B.Abstract in Circulation 98: I-85:nr 429, 1998

THE HEART RATE RESPONSE OF CRICKET UMPIRES TO ON-FIELD EVENTS
Stretch R.A., Tyler J., Bassett S.The South African Journal of Sports Medicine 5(1):18-23, 1998

1997

24 HOUR HEART RATE AND EMG MONITORING DURING REST AND NORMAL DAILY ACTIVITY
Hughson R.L., Serrador J.M., Stronach J., Lin D.C., Golnaraghi M.F., Yamamoto Y.; Departments of Kinesiology and Mechanical Engineering, University of Waterloo, ON, CanadaMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 29(5): 178, 1997

AEROBIC CAPACITY AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN A CROSS-SECTIONAL AGING STUDY
Van Boxtel M.P.J., Paas F.G.W.C., Houx P.J., Adam J.J., Teeken J.C., Jolles J.; Department of Psychiatry and Neuropsychology and Department of Movement Sciences, Maastricht University, The NetherlandsMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(10): 1357-1365, 1997

CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE IN 7- TO 9-YR-OLD BOYS AND GIRLS
Turley K.R., Wilmore J.H.; Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(6): 824-832, 1997

DYNAMIC AND REAL-TIME OBSERVATION OF PO2 IN MUSCLES DURING INCREMENTAL EXERCISE AND RECOVERY PERIOD
Jiacheng F. et al.; Hubei Research Institute of Sports Science, Wuhan, P. R. ChinaAbstract in The Fourth IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences, Principality of Monaco, 1997

EFFECTS OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON THE CAPACITY TO PERFORM PROLONGED CYCLE EXERCISE IN MAN
Galloway S.D.R., Maughan R.J.; Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, University Medical School Aberdeen, ScotlandMed Sci Sports Exerc 29(9): 1240-1249, 1997

EFFECTS OF HEART RATE MONITOR INSTRUCTION ON FIRST-GRADE CHILDRENÍS FITNESS KNOWLEDGE AND PERFORMANCE
Ignico A.A., Corson A; School of Physical Education, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, USAICHPER, Summer: 12-14, 1997

IS INTENSITY CONTROL POSSIBLE DURING AEROBIC CLASSES?
Laukkanen R.M., Kalaja M.K., Kalaja S.P., Holmala E.B., Paavolainen L.M., Tummavuori M., Rusko H.K.; Polar Electro Oy, Kempele, FinlandMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 29(5): 70, 1997

LYMPHOCYTE SUBPOPULATIONS BEFORE AND AFTER TWO DIFFERENT INTENSITY TRAINING SESSIONS
Ensenat A., Calvo F., Gomez-Arbones X., Pinyol C., Blanco A., Barbany J.R.; National Institute of Physical Education, University of Lleida, SpainAbstract in The Second Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1997

STRAIN MEASUREMENTS IN WALKING
Bös K., Schott N.; Abt. Freizeit- und Gesundheitssport, Institut fur Sportwissenschaften, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, GermanyDtsch Z Sportmed 48(4): 145-153, 1997

VAGAL MODULATION OF HEART RATE DURING EXERCISE EFFECTS OF AGE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS
Tulppo M. P., Mäkikallio T.H., Seppänen T., Laukkanen R.T., Huikuri H.V.; Merikoski Rehabilitation and Research Center, Oulu, FinlandMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 29(5): 141, 1997

1996

CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE DURING CIRCUIT-WEIGHT-TRAINING
Kaikkonen H., Yrjämä M., Laukkanen R., Siljander E., Byman P.; Rokua Rehabilitation Center, Utajärvi, FinlandAbstract in The International 14th Puijo Symposium, Kuopio, Finland, 1996

COMPARISON OF THE WORK INTENSITY OF PROFESSIONAL, COLLEGIATE AND HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL PITCHERS
Groth J.J.; Texas ADoctoral Thesis, 1996

INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PERFORMED IN A NATURALISTIC SETTING ON ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
Stotesbery C.L., Stegner A.J., Morgan W.P., ; FACSM Sport Psychology Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28 (5): 29, 1996

INVERSE HEART RATE-POWER RELATIONSHIP IN EXPERIENCED, INTERMEDIATE AND NOVICE INDOOR ROCK CLIMBERS
Keener J.R., Uttech P., Gilbertson K.; Department of Health, P.E. and Recreation, University of Minnesota-Duluth, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28 (5): 210, 1996

METABOLIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO PERFORMANCE ON A HIGH ROPES COURSE
Coleman B., Clure C., Gallagher P., Humphreys S., Sustrich P., Wilkins B., Watts P.; Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc, Suppl, 28 (5): 211, 1996

RELATIONSHIPS AMONG HEART RATE, LACTATE CONCENTRATION, AND PERCEIVED FFORT FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF RHYTHMIC EXERCISE IN WOMEN
Zeni A.I., Hoffman M.D., Clifford P.S.; Sports Performance and Technology Laboratory, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USAArch Phys Med Rehabil 77: 237-241, 1996, Pp 23-26

1995

CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN SPORT: PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Reilly T., Stratton G.; School of Human Sciences, Centre for Physical Education, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UKSports Ecercise and Injury 1: 207-213, 1995

INVESTIGATION OF THE HR-VO2 RELATIONSHIP DURING UPHILL RUNNING
Creagh U., Reilly T.; Centre for Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

PERCEIVED EXERTION AND METABOLIC RESPONSES OF WOMEN DURING AEROBIC DANCE EXERCISE
Schaeffer S.A., Darby L.A., Browder K.D.; Bowling Green State University, School of HPER, Bowling Green, OH, USAPerceptual and Motor Skills 81: 691-700, 1995

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO IN-LINE SKATING COMPARED TO TREADMILL RUNNING
Wallick M.E., Porcari J.P., Wallick S.B., Berg K.M., Brice G.A., Arimond G.R.; La Crosse Exercise and Health Program and the Human Performance Laboratory, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, WI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 27 (2): 242-248, 1995

THE EFFECT OF CHANGES IN TEMPERATURE AND SPORTS WEAR MATERIALS ON CARDIOVASCULAR AND METABOLIC SYSTEMS IN THE BODY TESTED BY AN INTERVAL TYPE OF ENDURANCE STRESS TEST
Feyerabend D.; Sportwissenschaftlich Fakultät, Universität Leipzig, GermanyDoctoral Thesis, 1995

THE VALIDITY OF USING RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION TO ESTIMATE AND REGULATE EXERCISE INTENSITY DURING STEPPING ERGOMETRY
Lamb K.L., Walker C.A.H., Marriott H.E.; Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, Chester Collegeof Higher Education, Chester, UKAbstract in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 1995

1994

STABILITY OF EXPERIENCED FEMALE LIFTERS' HEART RATES ACROSS DAYS DURING AND AFTER PYRAMID EXERCISES OF BENCH PRESS AND PARALLEL SQUAT
Ritzer CL, M.S.Thesis in University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, USA, 1994

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF INSTRUCTORS AND PARTICIPANTS TO THREE AEROBICS REGIMENS
Clapp J.F., Little K.D.; Departments of Reproductive Biology, and Obstetrics and Gynecology, MetroHealth Medical Center and Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 26(8): 1041-1046, 1994

1993

DETERMINATION OF THE AEROBIC BENEFIT OF SELECTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES
Crowhurst M., Morrow J., Pivarnik J., Bricker J.; Pulaski County High School, Somerset, KY, USARes Quart Exerc Sport 64(2): 223-226, 1993

METABOLIC RESPONSE TO GRADED DOWNHILL WALKING
Wanta D.M., Nagle F.J., Webb P.; Biodynamics Laboratory, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 25(1): 159-162, 1993

SELF-SELECTED EXERCISE INTENSITY OF HABITUAL WALKERS
Spelman C.C., Pate R.R., Macera C.A., Ward D.S.; Department of Exercise Science, School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USAMed Sci Sports Exerc 25(10): 1174-1179, 1993

THE USE OF HEART RATES TO MONITOR EXERCISE INTENSITY IN RELATION TO METABOLIC VARIABLES
Gilman M.B., Wells C.L.; Exercise and Sport Research Institute, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USAInt J Sports Med 14(6): 339-344, 1993

1992

COMPARISON OF ACUTE HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE RESPONSES AMONG ISOMETRIC, ISOTONIC, AND ISOKINETIC EXERCISE
Hui SC, M.S. Thesis in Springfield College, USA, 1992

1991

PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES DURING AEROBIC DANCE OF INDIVIDUALS GROUPED BY AEROBIC CAPACITY AND DANCE EXPERIENCE
Thomsen D., Ballor D.L.; University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USARes Quart Exerc Sport 62(1): 68-72, 1991

1988

CARDIORESPIRATORY STRAIN OF MIDDLE-AGED MEN IN MASS EVENTS OF LONG-DISTANCE CYCLING, ROWING, JOGGING AND SKIING
Oja P., Kukkonen-Harjula K., Nieminen R., Vuori I., Pasanen M.; UKK Institute, Tampere, FinlandInt J Sports Med 9: 45-51, 1988

1986

THREE HOBBY ATHLETES ON MONT BLANC. A PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE PROTOCOL
Spring H., Bollag H-R., Fahrer H.; Rheumaklinik, Leukerbad, SwitzerlandSchweiz Z Sportmed 34(2): 77-79, 1986

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