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Recovery from training: a brief review: brief review.
Athletes spend a much greater proportion of their time recovering than they do in training. Yet, much attention has been given to training with very little investigation of recovery. The purpose ofExpand
A Practical Approach to Monitoring Recovery: Development of a Perceived Recovery Status Scale
Laurent, CM, Green, JM, Bishop, PA, Sjökvist, J, Schumacker, RE, Richardson, MT, and Curtner-Smith, M. A practical approach to monitoring recovery: development of a perceived recovery status scale. JExpand
The Effects of Varying Resistance‐Training Loads on Intermediate‐‐‐and High‐‐‐Velocity‐Specific Adaptations
The purpose of this study was to compare changes in velocity-specific adaptations in moderately resistance-trained athletes who trained with either low or high resistances. The study used tests ofExpand
A Series of Studies‐‐‐A Practical Protocol for Testing Muscular Endurance Recovery
The purpose of this series of studies was to use a practical measure to examine the course of muscular endurance recovery after 3 sets to failure in 10 men (ages 18 to 30 years) and then compareExpand
Effects of Caffeine and Aspirin on Light Resistance Training Performance, Perceived Exertion, and Pain Perception
Hudson, GM, Green, JM, Bishop, PA, and Richardson, MT. Effects of caffeine and aspirin on light resistance training performance, RPE, and pain perception. J Strength Cond Res 22(6): 1950-1957,Expand
Warm-Up and Stretching in the Prevention of Muscular Injury
Muscular injury is one of the major problems facing today’s athletes, both recreational and professional. Injuries to skeletal muscle represent >30% of the injuries seen in sports medicine clinics.Expand
Physiological determinants of performance on an indoor military obstacle course test.
Obstacle courses (OCs), physical challenge courses, and confidence courses are valuable in training and assessing military troops. However, OCs are not well characterized with regard to physicalExpand
Effect of gender on fatigue and recovery following maximal intensity repeated sprint performance.
AIM This study investigated the effects of gender on repeated, maximal-intensity intermittent sprint exercise following variable day-to-day recovery periods. METHODS Sixteen volunteers (8 men, 8Expand
Effects of Different Types of Warm-Up on Swimming Performance, Reaction Time, and Dive Distance
Abstract Balilionis, G, Nepocatych, S, Ellis, CM, Richardson, MT, Neggers, YH, and Bishop, PA. Effects of different types of warm-up on swimming performance, reaction time, and dive distance. JExpand
Physical performance changes after unsupervised training during the autumn/spring semester break in competitive tennis players
Background: All competitive tennis players take time away from coaches throughout the year; however, little information is available as to the short-term physiological effect of these breaks.Expand
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