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Hammouda * Abdelmoneem Yahia * Oussema Dhari * Houcem Ksentini * Tarak Driss * Nizar Souissi * Mohamed Habib Elleuch * 27 3 316 324 10.1123/japa.2018-0107 japa.2018-0107 Risk of Falls in Healthy Older Adults: Benefits of High-Intensity Interval Training Using Lower Body Suspension Exercises

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Interval Training Martin Buchheit * Alberto Mendez-Villanueva * Marc Quod * Thomas Quesnel * Said Ahmaidi * 6 2010 5 2 152 164 10.1123/ijspp.5.2.152 Pacing and Sprint Performance in Speed Skating During a Competitive Season Thomas Muehlbauer * Christian Schindler * Stefan Panzer * 6 2010 5

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.J. Bilzon * Marco Cardinale * Aki I.T. Salo * 1 2017 12 1 81 89 10.1123/ijspp.2015-0631 The Effects of Sport-Specific Drills Training or High-Intensity Interval Training in Young Tennis Players Jaime Fernandez-Fernandez * David Sanz * Jose Manuel Sarabia * Manuel Moya * 1 2017 12 1 90 98 10

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of Different Uphill Interval-Training Programs on Running Economy and Performance Kyle R. Barnes * Will G. Hopkins * Michael R. McGuigan * Andrew E. Kilding * 11 2013 8 6 639 647 10.1123/ijspp.8.6.639 Aggravation of Pulmonary Diffusing Capacity in Highly Trained Athletes by 6 Weeks of Low

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290 295 10.1123/pes.2018-0234 pes.2018-0234 Sprint Interval Training and the School Curriculum: Benefits Upon Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Physical Activity Profiles, and Cardiometabolic Risk Profiles of Healthy Adolescents Rhona Martin-Smith * Duncan S. Buchan * Julien S. Baker * Mhairi J

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Jason R. Boynton, Fabian Danner, Paolo Menaspà, Jeremiah J. Peiffer and Chris R. Abbiss

during repeated-sprint efforts performed following 40 minutes of intermittent exercise in the heat (40°C) was decreased when compared with the control condition (∼20°C). In addition, due to variations in an athlete’s velocity, convective heat loss will also notably change throughout an interval training

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Jeanette M. Ricci, Todd A. Astorino, Katharine D. Currie and Karin A. Pfeiffer

( 10 ). Conclusion High-intensity interval training may be an effective modality for improving health outcomes in children and adolescents by promoting VPA, yet most data concerning the acute and chronic responses to this form of exercise includes treadmill- or cycling-based protocols that are

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Declan J. Ryan, Jorgen A. Wullems, Georgina K. Stebbings, Christopher I. Morse, Claire E. Stewart and Gladys L. Onambele-Pearson

Substitution of Standing with sMVPA [Figure  1 ; 1.31 mm (0.11 to 2.51)] would increase popliteal artery diameter and vice versa [Figure  1 ; −1.52 mm (−2.83 to −0.22)]. This result is clinically relevant as an 8-week interval training program increased popliteal artery diameter by 0.14 mm per hour of training

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Sascha Ketelhut, Sebastian R. Ketelhut and Kerstin Ketelhut

). A recent study from Delgado-Floody et al ( 9 ) showed that a 28-week high-intensity interval training during physical education classes significantly reduced the number of hypertensive and obese children. Furthermore, short bouts of exercise—as applied in high-intensity interval training

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High-Intensity Interval Training in Hypoxia on Taekwondo Performance Tomás Chacón Torrealba * Jaime Aranda Araya * Nicolas Benoit * Louise Deldicque * 11 08 2020 1 09 2020 15 8 1125 1131 10.1123/ijspp.2019-0668 ijspp.2019-0668 Core Temperature and Sweating in Men and Women During a 15-km Race