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James P. Morton

James P. Morton is with the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK.


  β-Alanine Improves Punch Force and Frequency in Amateur Boxers During a Simulated Contest, (Volume 22, Issue 5, October)
  An Alternative Dietary Strategy to Make Weight While Improving Mood, Decreasing Body Fat, and Not Dehydrating: A Case Study of a Professional Jockey, (Volume 22, Issue 3, June)
  Case Study: Muscle Atrophy and Hypertrophy in a Premier League Soccer Player During Rehabilitation From ACL Injury, (Volume 24, Issue 5, October)
  Extreme Variation of Nutritional Composition and Osmolality of Commercially Available Carbohydrate Energy Gels, (Volume 25, Issue 5, October)
  N-Acetylcysteine's Attenuation of Fatigue After Repeated Bouts of Intermittent Exercise: Practical Implications for Tournament Situations, (Volume 21, Issue 6, December)
  Prematch Salivary Secretory Immunoglobulin A in Soccer Players From the 2014 World Cup Qualifying Campaign, (Volume 10, Issue 3, April)
  Seasonal Training-Load Quantification in Elite English Premier League Soccer Players, (Volume 10, Issue 4, May)
  The Effect of Adding Caffeine to Postexercise Carbohydrate Feeding on Subsequent High-Intensity Interval-Running Capacity Compared With Carbohydrate Alone, (Volume 21, Issue 5, October)
  The Effects of Postexercise Consumption of High-Molecular-Weight Versus Low-Molecular-Weight Carbohydrate Solutions on Subsequent High-Intensity Interval-Running Capacity, (Volume 20, Issue 5, October 2010)
  Vitamin C Consumption Does Not Impair Training-Induced Improvements in Exercise Performance, (Volume 6, Issue 1, March)