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Acute effect of different normobaric hypoxic conditions on shuttle repeated sprint

performance in futsal players

Pattarawut Khaosanit, Michael J. Hamlin, Kenneth S. Graham, Wanchai Boonrod 

Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES), 18(1), Art 27. 2018 pp 210 - 216


The impact of short duration, high intensity exercise on cardiac troponin release

Keith P George, Marie Clare Grant, Bruce Davies, Julien S. Baker 

Clinical Phisiology and Functional Imaging Volume 36, Issue 4, July 2016 pp 281-285 


The Effect of Prior Upper Body Exercise on Subsequent Wingate Performance

Marie Clare Grant, Robert Robergs, Marianne Findlay Baird and Julien S. Baker 

Biomed Research International Volume 2014, Article ID 329328 2014

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation: No Enhancement of Recovery From Maximal Exercise

John K. Malone, Catherine Blake, Brian Caulfield 

International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 9 (5): 2014 pp 791-797

RPE-Derived Work Rates Can Be Accurately Produced without External Feedback or Reference to the RPE Scale

Alexis R. Mauger, Tabo Huntley, Iain M. Fletcher

Perceptual and Motor Skills Vol 118, Issue 2 2014


Insulin response to feeding forage with varying crude protein and amino acid content in horses at rest and after exercise

S. Ringmark, A. Jansson

Comparative Exercise Physiology: 9 (3-4) 2013 pp 209–217

Growth, training response and health in Standardbred yearlings fed a forage-only diet

S. Ringmark, L. Roepstorff, B. Essén-Gustavsson, T. Revold, A. Lindholm, U. Hedenström, M. Rundgren, G. Ögren and A. Jansson Animal Volume 7, Issue 5 May 2013 pp 746-753 


The physiological effects of low-intensity neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) on short-term recovery from supra-maximal exercise bouts in male triathletes 

J.K.Malone, G.F.Coughlan, L.Crowe, G.C.Gissanen, B.Caulfield

European Journal of Applied Physiology July 2012, Volume 112, Issue 7 2012 pp 2421–2432


The Use of the Functional H:Q Ratio to Assess Fatigue in Soccer 

A. Delextrat 1, J. Gregory 2, D. Cohen

Int J Sports Med 2010; 31 pp 192–197


The effects of cadence and power output upon physiological and biomechanical responses to incremental arm-crank ergometry

Michael J. Price, Lee Collins, Paul M. Smith, Mark Goss-Sampson

Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 2007, 32(4): pp 686-692 


Chocolate milk as a post-exercise recovery aid

J.R. Karp et al

Intl J. of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 16, 2006 pp 78-91


Effects of ribose supplementation prior to and during intensive exercise on anaerobic capacity and metabolic markers

C. Kerksick et al,

Intl J. of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 15, 2005 pp 653-664

Exercise in the fasted state facilitates fibre type-specific intramyocellular lipid breakdown and stimulates glycogen resynthesis in humans

K. DeBock et al,

Physiology, 564.2, 2005 pp 649-660 

Optimised and non-optimised high intensity cycle ergometry and running ability in international rugby union players

N.E. Thomas and J.S. Baker,

Exercise Physiology Online, 8(3), 2005 pp 26-35 

Metabolic implications of high intensity cycle ergometry exercise for blood lactate accumulation and clearance 

J. Baker, N. Thomas and B. Davies,

Exercise Physiology Online, Vol.8, No.3, June 2005

Effects of acute hypoxia on the determination of anaerobic threshold using the heart rate – work rate relationships during incremental exercise tests

O. Ozcelik and H. Kelestimur,

Physiol. Res. 53, 2005 pp 45-51

Comparison of Lower- vs. Upper-Body Cooling During Arm Exercise in Hot Conditions

Price, Michael J.; Mather, Mark I.

Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Volume 75, Number 3, March 2004, pp 220-226(7) 


Lactate and ventilatory thresholds reflect the training status of professional soccer players re where maximum aerobic power is unchanged 

A.M. Edwards, N. Clark and A.M. Macfayden, Journal of Sports Science & Medicine, 2. 2003 pp 23-29 

Effects of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on prolonged intermittent exercise 

M. Price, P. Moss and S. Rance

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35, 2003 pp 1303-1308 

Skeletal muscle glucose uptake response to exercise in trained and untrained men 

T. Fujimoto et al., Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35, 2003 pp 777-783 


Work-time profile, blood lactate concentration and rating of perceived exertion in the 1998 Greco-Roman Wrestling World Championship 

Johnny Nilsson, Sandor Csergö, Lennart Gullstrand, Per Tveit, Per Egil Refsnes

Journal of Sports Sciences 20(11) 2002 pp 939-45 

Caffieine is ergogenic after supplementation of oral creatine monohydrate 

M. Docherty, P.M. Smith, R.C.R. Davidson and M.G. Hughes,

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34, 2002 pp 1785-1792

Handgrip contribution to lactate production and leg power during high-intensity exercise 

J. Baker, E. Brown, G. Hill, G. Phillips, R. Williams and B. Davies

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34, 2002 pp 1037-1040 

The influence of pacing strategy in VO2 and supramaximal kayak performance 

D. Bishop, D. Bonetti and B. Dawson

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34, 2002 pp 1041-1047 

Diagnosing external iliac endofibrosis by post exercise ankle to arm index in cyclists 

B. Fernandez-Garcia et al

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34, 2002, pp 222-227 


Inspiratory muscle training improves rowing performance 

S.Volianitis, A.K.McConnell, Y.Koutedakis, L.McNaughton, K.Backx and D.A.Jones

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33, 2001 pp 803-809 

Effect of creatinine loading on long-term sprint exercise performance and metabolism 

D.Preen, B.Dawson, C.Goodman, S.Lawrence, J.Beilby and S.Ching

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33, 2001 pp 814-821

The effect of three different warm-up intensities on kayak ergometer performance 

D.Bishop, D.Bonetti and B.Dawson

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33, 2001 pp 1026-1032 


Training in hypoxia: Modulation of metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors in men

D.M.Bailey, B.Davies and J.Baker

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 31, 2000 pp 1058-1066

Left ventricular contractility and function at peak aerobic and anaerobic exercises 

M.Sagiv, D.Bwen-Sira, E.Goldhammer and M.Soudry

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31, 2000 pp 1197-1201

Human erythrocyte and plasma amino acid concentrations during exercise 

D.P.M.Maclaren, A.M.Nevill, C.D.Thake, I.T.Campbell, E.Cheetham, M.A.Keegan, C.Lane and N.B.Roberts

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31, 2000 pp 1244-1249 


Intensity of exercise during road race Pro-cycling competition 

B.Fernandez-Garcia, J.Perez-Landaluce, M.Rodgriguez-Alonso and N.Terrados

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30, 1999 pp 1002-1006 

A 1-day maximal lactate steady-state assessment protocol for trained runners 

A.S.Palmer, J.A.Potteiger, K.L.Nau and R.J.Tong

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30, 1999 pp 1336-1341 


Training effects of short and long bouts of brisk walking in sedentary women 

M.H.Murphy and A.E.Hardman

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(1) 1998 pp 152-157

Oxygen uptake during moderate intensity running: response following a single bout of interval training

D.V.B. James and J.H. Doust,

Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 77, 1998 pp 551-555


A 5-minute running field test as a measurement of maximal aerobic velocity 

P. Berthon et al,

Eur. J. Appl. Physiology, 75,1997, pp 233-238 


Physiological responses to short-duration high-intensity intermittent rowing 

L.Gullstrand, Can

Journal of Applied Physiology. 21(3) 1996 pp 197-208

A study of physiological responses during match play in Indian national kabaddi players 

V.Khanna, P.Majumdar, V.Malik, T.Vrinda and M.Mandal

British J.Sports Medicine, 30, 1996 pp 232-235


Basic principles of race pace training 

R.C.L.Howat and M.W.Robson

Swimming Times, July 1995


Blood sampling during continuous running and 30-second intervals on a treadmill L.Gullstrand, B.Sjodin and J.Svedenhag

Scandinavian Journal Med Sci Sports, 4, 1994 pp 239-242

Blood lactate responses to incremental exercise in young male athletes 

A.Baxter-Jones and P.Helms

Biochemistry of Exercise International Conference Abstract, July 1994

Maximal aerobic power of Hong Kong elite lightweight rowers 

M.K.Chin, R.C.H.So, C.C.J.Perry and A.S.K.Wong

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, August 1994


Developing swimmers aerobic capacities 

R.C.L.Howat and M.W.Robson

Swimming Technique, February 1992 

Heartache or Heartbreak 

R.C.L.Howat and M.W.Robson

Swimming Times, June 1992


Altitude training – is it necessary? 


Swimming Times, December 1991


Streamlining Lactates 

R.C.L.Howat and M.W.Robson

Swimming Technique, February 1990

Training with times established from the modified two speed test 

R.C.L.Howat and M.W.Robson

Swimming Times, May 1990


Heart rate and blood lactate response to short intermittent work at race pace in highly trained swimmers 

L.Gullstrand and S.Lawrence

Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, March 1987

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