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The effectiveness of a high-intensity games intervention on improving indices of health in young children
- D. Lambrick, N. Westrupp, S. Kaufmann, L. Stoner, J. Faulkner
- Medicine, EducationJournal of sports sciences
- 1 February 2016
It is demonstrated that a short-term, high-intensity games intervention may elicit positive changes in physiological and anthropometric indices of health in normal weight and obese children.
Physical activity, mental health and well-being of adults during initial COVID-19 containment strategies: A multi-country cross-sectional analysis
The perceptual response to exercise of progressively increasing intensity in children aged 7-8 years: validation of a pictorial curvilinear ratings of perceived exertion scale.
The Eston-Parfitt (E-P) curvilinear Ratings of Perceived Exertion (RPE) Scale and a novel marble quantity task were assessed to provide estimates of perceived exertion during cycle ergometry and confirmed the robustness of the E-P Scale.
The efficacy of a self-paced VO2max test during motorized treadmill exercise.
- J. Faulkner, A. Mauger, B. Woolley, D. Lambrick
- EducationInternational journal of sports physiology and…
The current study has shown that the SPV is an accurate measure ofVO2max during exercise on a motorized treadmill and may provide a slightly higher VO2max value than that obtained from a traditional GXT.
Effect of an acute dose of omega-3 fish oil following exercise-induced muscle damage
- J. Jakeman, D. Lambrick, B. Wooley, J. Babraj, J. Faulkner
- Environmental ScienceEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology
- 17 February 2017
This study indicates that an acute dose of high-EPA fish oil may ameliorate the functional changes following EIMD, and large effect sizes demonstrate a possibleAmeliorating effect of high dose of EPA fish supplementation.
Prediction of maximal oxygen uptake in sedentary males from a perceptually regulated, sub-maximal graded exercise test
Results suggest that a sub-maximal, perceptually guided graded exercise test provides acceptable estimates of [Vdot]O2max in young to middle-aged sedentary males.
Effects of continuous and intermittent exercise on executive function in children aged 8-10 years.
An acute bout of exercise, of either an intermittent or continuous nature, improves executive function in children, and effects are maintained for ≤ 30 min following exercise cessation, and it is recommended that children should engage in physical activity during periods of school recess.
A perceptually regulated, graded exercise test predicts peak oxygen uptake during treadmill exercise in active and sedentary participants
- R. Eston, Harrison Evans, J. Faulkner, D. Lambrick, H. Al-Rahamneh, G. Parfitt
- EducationEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology
- 26 January 2012
A single treadmill-based PRET using RPE 9–15 range extrapolated to RPE 19 is a valid means of predicting peak oxygen uptake in young and middle to older-aged individuals of varying activity and fitness levels.
Pacing strategies of inexperienced children during repeated 800 m individual time-trials and simulated competition.
Findings dispute the notion that an optimal pacing strategy is learned with exercise experience or training, both individually and within a competitive environment.
The influence of a six-week, high-intensity games intervention on the pulmonary oxygen uptake kinetics in prepubertal obese and normal-weight children.
- M. McNarry, D. Lambrick, N. Westrupp, J. Faulkner
- MedicineApplied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism…
- 12 June 2015
It is demonstrated that a 6-week, high-intensity, games-orientated intervention can have a significant positive impact on the dynamic oxygen uptake response of obese prepubertal children.