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Similar metabolic adaptations during exercise after low volume sprint interval and traditional endurance training in humans
Low‐volume ‘sprint’ interval training (SIT) stimulates rapid improvements in muscle oxidative capacity that are comparable to levels reached following traditional endurance training (ET) but no studyExpand
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Physiological adaptations to low‐volume, high‐intensity interval training in health and disease
Abstract  Exercise training is a clinically proven, cost‐effective, primary intervention that delays and in many cases prevents the health burdens associated with many chronic diseases. However, theExpand
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Sprint interval and traditional endurance training induce similar improvements in peripheral arterial stiffness and flow-mediated dilation in healthy humans.
Low-volume sprint interval training (SIT), or repeated sessions of brief, intense intermittent exercise, elicits metabolic adaptations that resemble traditional high-volume endurance training (ET).Expand
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Acceleration of VO2 kinetics in heavy submaximal exercise by hyperoxia and prior high-intensity exercise.
We examined the hypothesis that O2 uptake (VO2) would change more rapidly at the onset of step work rate transitions in exercise with hyperoxic gas breathing and after prior high-intensity exercise.Expand
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Consumption of fluid skim milk promotes greater muscle protein accretion after resistance exercise than does consumption of an isonitrogenous and isoenergetic soy-protein beverage.
BACKGROUND Resistance exercise leads to net muscle protein accretion through a synergistic interaction of exercise and feeding. Proteins from different sources may differ in their ability to supportExpand
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Progressive effect of endurance training on VO2 kinetics at the onset of submaximal exercise.
The rates of increase in O2 uptake (VO2) after step changes in work rate from 25 W to 60% of pretraining peak VO2 (VO2 peak) were measured at various times during an endurance training program (2Expand
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Alveolar oxygen uptake and femoral artery blood flow dynamics in upright and supine leg exercise in humans.
We tested the hypothesis that the slower increase in alveolar oxygen uptake (VO2) at the onset of supine, compared with upright, exercise would be accompanied by a slower rate of increase in legExpand
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Low-volume, high-intensity interval training in patients with CAD.
PURPOSE Isocaloric interval exercise training programs have been shown to elicit improvements in numerous physiological indices in patients with CAD. Low-volume high-intensity interval exerciseExpand
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Endothelial function of young healthy males following whole body resistance training.
Given the increasing emphasis on performance of resistance exercise as an essential component of health, we evaluated, using a prospective longitudinal design, the potential for resistance trainingExpand
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The Hypotensive Effects of Isometric Handgrip Training Using an Inexpensive Spring Handgrip Training Device
PURPOSE Research has demonstrated the efficacy of isometric handgrip (IHG) training to attenuate resting blood pressure. These studies have relied on the use of programmable digital handgrips forExpand
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