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Effects of moderate-intensity endurance and high-intensity intermittent training on anaerobic capacity and VO2max.
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It is shown that moderate-intensity aerobic training that improves the maximal aerobic power does not change anaerobic capacity and that adequate high-intensity intermittent training may improve both an aerobic and aerobic energy supplying systems significantly, probably through imposing intensive stimuli on both systems.
Metabolic profile of high intensity intermittent exercises.
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It is shown that intermittent exercise defined by the IE1 protocol may tax both the anaerobic and aerobic energy releasing systems almost maximally.
Reduced neural drive in bilateral exertions: a performance-limiting factor?
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The results suggest that deficits in bilateral force production are large enough to constitute an important performance-limiting factor and suggest that a reduced neural drive underlies this bilateral deficit.
Effects of resistance training under hypoxic conditions on muscle hypertrophy and strength
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The findings suggest that hypoxic resistance training elicits more musclehypertrophy associated with a higher growth hormone secretion, but that the greater muscle hypertrophy did not necessarily contribute a greater gain of muscle strength.
Substrate utilization during exercise and recovery at moderate altitude.
Anaerobic capacity and maximal oxygen uptake during arm stroke, leg kicking and whole body swimming.
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The results suggest that the total energy production during S is lower than simply the sum of A and K because the potentials of both the anaerobic and aerobic energy releasing processes in the muscle groups involved in A andK cannot be fully reached during S.
Vascular adaptations to hypobaric hypoxic training in postmenopausal women
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It is suggested that exercise training under mild intermittent hypoxic conditions could more effectively reduce arterial stiffness in postmenopausal women, compared with exercise training performed at the same relative intensity under normoxic conditions.
Oxygen uptake in one-legged and two-legged exercise.
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The findings of this study suggest that the differential VO2 response between one-legged and two-legged exercise would be attributed not only to the difference in force application throughout the exercise movement and to the effect of a postural component but also to the inhibited circulatory response caused by the multiple limb exercise.
Effect of hand paddle aids on oxygen uptake during arm-stroke-only swimming
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The results would suggest that the ability to swim faster with paddles does not depend on higher energy production but may be attributed to higher propelling efficiency.
Changes in muscle sympathetic nerve activity and calf blood flow during combined leg and forearm exercise.
TLDR
The increase in CVR in the working leg and the rise in BP during R FE + RHG or RFE + OCCL might be linked to enhancement of MSNA, which may have been reflexly evoked by input from muscle metabolic receptors in theWorking forearm.
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