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Acute physiological responses during high intensity interval training and continuous exercise training
The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation between improvements in aerobic and anaerobic power with various acute physiological responses, including blood lactate accumulation (HLa), percent heart rate reserve ...
Anaerobic benefits of high intensity interval training versus continuous steady-state training
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of two high intensity interval training (HIIT) protocols and a steady-state protocol on anaerobic capacity after 8 weeks of training. Fifty-five untrained college-aged ...
The relative exercise intensity and selected physiological characteristics of elite log rolling athletes
The purpose of this study was to determine heart rate responses during competitive log rolling matches and to measure select physiological characteristics of elite log rollers. Subjects included 7 male and 11 female elite ...
The effects of pace variation on the cost of running in trained runners
This study was designed to evaluate the effects of pace variation on the cost of running (CR) in trained runners. Twenty runners (12 males and 8 females) completed a VO2max test to determine aerobic capacity and ventilatory ...