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of Self-Control Strength Indeed Related to Impaired Attention Regulation? Chris Englert * Kris Zwemmer * Alex Bertrams * Raôul R.D. Oudejans * 4 2015 37 2 127 137 10.1123/jsep.2014-0219 Affective and Enjoyment Responses to High-Intensity Interval Training in Overweight-to-Obese and

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Twice-Daily Sessions of High-Intensity Interval Training Over 2 Weeks Improves Time-Trial Performance Andrew J.R. Cochran * Frank Myslik * Martin J. MacInnis * Michael E. Percival * David Bishop * Mark A. Tarnopolsky * Martin J. Gibala * 10 2015 25 25 5 5 463 463 470 470 10.1123/ijsnem

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.1123/ijsnem.2013-0232 β-Alanine Supplementation Does Not Augment the Skeletal Muscle Adaptive Response to 6 Weeks of Sprint Interval Training Andrew J.R. Cochran * Michael E. Percival * Sara Thompson * Jenna B. Gillen * Martin J. MacInnis * Murray A. Potter * Mark A. Tarnopolsky * Martin J

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of Six Weeks of Sprint Interval Training on Mood and Perceived Health in Women at Risk for Metabolic Syndrome Eric C. Freese * Rachelle M. Acitelli * Nicholas H. Gist * Kirk J. Cureton * Ellen M. Evans * Patrick J. O’Connor * 12 2014 36 6 610 618 10.1123/jsep.2014-0083 Athlete Social

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-Control: A Cross-Lagged Effects Model Gro Jordalen * Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre * Natalie Durand-Bush * Andreas Ivarsson * 1 04 2020 27 02 2020 42 2 102 113 10.1123/jsep.2019-0143 jsep.2019-0143 Development and Evaluation of the High-Intensity Interval Training Self-Efficacy Questionnaire Narelle Eather

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-0697 Influence of Immune and Nutritional Biomarkers on Illness Risk During Interval Training Helen G. Hanstock * Andrew D. Govus * Thomas B. Stenqvist * Anna K. Melin * Øystein Sylta * Monica K. Torstveit * 1 01 2020 15 1 60 67 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0527 ijspp.2018-0527 Comparison of a Countermovement

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Bent R. Rønnestad, Tue Rømer and Joar Hansen

Performance in cross-country (XC) skiing is highly related to maximal oxygen consumption (VO 2 max). 1 , 2 The high VO 2 max values in XC skiers could be related to numerous factors such as genetics, training volume, training periodization, and amount of high-intensity aerobic interval training

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Lilian Roos, Wolfgang Taube, Carolin Tuch, Klaus Michael Frei and Thomas Wyss

intensity was suggested to avoid having a particularly intense or easy phase toward the end of a training session distort the session rating. Several studies have shown no significant differences between the sRPE values assessed directly or up to 30 minutes after aerobic, resistance, or interval training

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ZáNean McClain, E. Andrew Pitchford and Jill Pawlowski

temperature. The purpose of this study was to examine the feasibility and acute effects of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) exercise in persons with MS. Twenty persons with MS completed a single 20-min HIIT session (ten 1-min cycles at 90% VO 2 peak) and a single 20-min continuous, steady-state bout of

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Exercises Jeffrey M. Willardson * Fabio E. Fontana * Eadric Bressel * 3 2009 4 1 97 109 10.1123/ijspp.4.1.97 The Effects of High-Intensity Interval Training in Well-Trained Rowers Matthew W. Driller * James W. Fell * John R. Gregory * Cecilia M. Shing * Andrew D. Williams * 3 2009 4 1 110