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* Brindley Garner * 6 1999 9 9 2 2 146 146 165 165 10.1123/ijsn.9.2.146 Effect of Q10 Supplementation on Tissue Q10 Levels and Adenine Nucleotide Catabolism During High-Intensity Exercise Michael Svensson * Christer Malm * Michail Tonkonogi * Bjǒrn Ekblom * Bertil Sjödin * Kent Sahlin * 6 1999

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Erik A. Willis, Amanda N. Szabo-Reed, Lauren T. Ptomey, Jeffery J. Honas, Felicia L. Steger, Richard A. Washburn and Joseph E. Donnelly

were offered daily in the morning (6:00 AM), afternoon (12:00 PM), and evening (5:30 PM). HIFT sessions were led by experienced instructors who followed similar scripted exercise routines that included a warm-up (∼5 min) and cooldown (∼5 min) in addition to ∼35 minutes of high-intensity exercise. HIFT

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24 24 5 5 Water Intake Accelerates Parasympathetic Reactivation After High-Intensity Exercise Tiago Peçanha * Marcelle Paula-Ribeiro * Edson Campana-Rezende * Rhenan Bartels * João Carlos Bouzas Marins * Jorge Roberto Perrout de Lima * 10 2014 24 24 5 5 489 489 496 496 10.1123/ijsnem

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* Martyn Standage * Tavinder K. Ark * Shane N. Sweet * Peter R.E. Crocker * Bruno D. Zumbo * Mark R. Beauchamp * 10 2014 36 5 516 527 10.1123/jsep.2014-0102 Can High-Intensity Exercise Be More Pleasant? Attentional Dissociation Using Music and Video Leighton Jones * Costas I. Karageorghis

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Sanaz Nosrat, James W. Whitworth, Nicholas J. SantaBarbara, Shira I. Dunsiger and Joseph T. Ciccolo

specifically, a review of the research on the acute psychological effects of aerobic exercise with healthy adults concluded that the affective response is generally positive with moderate-intensity exercise and generally negative with high-intensity exercise ( Ekkekakis et al., 2011 ). These results are

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-Intensity Exercise’s Enhancement of Oxygen-Uptake Kinetics and Short-Term High-Intensity Exercise Performance Independent of Aerobic-Training Status Renato A.C. Caritá * Camila C. Greco * Benedito S. Denadai * 4 2015 10 3 339 345 10.1123/ijspp.2014-0131 Acute Effects of Static Active or Dynamic Active

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517 526 10.1123/ijspp.8.5.517 Compression Garments: No Enhancement of High-Intensity Exercise in Hot Radiant Conditions Martin J. Barwood * Jo Corbett * John Feeney * Paul Hannaford * Dan Henderson * Ian Jones * Jade Kirke * 9 2013 8 5 527 535 10.1123/ijspp.8.5.527 The Effect of

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-0703 Sociodemographic Differences in Young Children Meeting 24-Hour Movement Guidelines Chelsea L. Kracht * Elizabeth K. Webster * Amanda E. Staiano * 1 10 2019 16 10 908 915 10.1123/jpah.2019-0018 jpah.2019-0018 A Prior High-Intensity Exercise Bout Attenuates the Vascular Dysfunction Resulting From a Prolonged

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. Coutts * 1 2013 8 1 62 69 10.1123/ijspp.8.1.62 Consistency of Pacing and Metabolic Responses During 2000-m Rowing Ergometry Thomas I. Gee * Duncan N. French * Karl C. Gibbon * Kevin G. Thompson * 1 2013 8 1 70 76 10.1123/ijspp.8.1.70 Improvement of 800-m Running Performance With Prior High-Intensity

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Preconditioning Strategies to Enhance Physical Performance on the Day of Competition Liam P. Kilduff * Charlotte V. Finn * Julien S. Baker * Christian J. Cook * Daniel J. West * 11 2013 8 6 677 681 10.1123/ijspp.8.6.677 Technical Report An Approach to Estimating Gross Efficiency During High-Intensity