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10 1335 1340 10.1123/ijspp.2016-0571 ijspp.2016-0571 The Effects of Caffeine, Taurine, or Caffeine-Taurine Coingestion on Repeat-Sprint Cycling Performance and Physiological Responses Rory Warnock * Owen Jeffries * Stephen Patterson * Mark Waldron * 1 11 2017 12 10 1341 1347 10.1123/ijspp

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Markers in Elite Youth Boxers Damir Zubac * Drazen Cular * Uros Marusic 1 03 2018 13 3 374 381 10.1123/ijspp.2016-0621 ijspp.2016-0621 Effect of Body Composition on Physiological Responses to Cold-Water Immersion and the Recovery of Exercise Performance Jessica M. Stephens * Shona L. Halson

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in Water Polo Corrado Lupo * Laura Capranica * Antonio Tessitore * 7 2014 9 4 656 660 10.1123/ijspp.2013-0297 Acute Physiological Response to Aerobic Short-Interval Training in Trained Runners Dietmar Wallner * Helmut Simi * Gerhard Tschakert * Peter Hofmann * 7 2014 9 4 661 666 10

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Daisuke Kume, Akira Iguchi and Hiroshi Endoh

oxygenation profiles measured with NIRS provide valuable information for the understanding of physiological response in active muscles during exercise and their relationship with physical performance. The 20-m shuttle run test (20mSRT) is the most common field test for assessing aerobic fitness in many

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Erin L. McCleave, Katie M. Slattery, Rob Duffield, Philo U. Saunders, Avish P. Sharma, Stephen Crowcroft and Aaron J. Coutts

benefit. 2 However, the hypoxic dose supplied was reduced compared with previous LHTL studies reporting physiological and performance benefits in endurance athletes. 9 , 10 Therefore, the resulting physiological responses to combined heat training with LHTL hypoxia in endurance athletes requires further

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Matheus Hausen, Pedro Paulo Soares, Marcus Paulo Araujo, Débora Esteves, Hilbert Julio, Roberto Tauil, Marcus Junca, Flávia Porto, Emerson Franchini, Craig Alan Bridge and Jonas Gurgel

stage. A secondary aim was to compare the physiological responses to taekwondo-specific tests that incorporate continuous and intermittent stage increments. Methods Participants Twelve male taekwondo athletes (mean [SD], age: 20 [2] y; body mass: 67.5 [5.7] kg; height: 175 [8] cm; body fat percentage: 8

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Claire A. Molinari, Florent Palacin, Luc Poinsard and Véronique L. Billat

Hassmén 9 showed that runners were able to self-adjust their running intensity at 3 different RPE values, with an RPE of 11 (“light” on a 6–20 Borg scale) for 3 minutes, 13 (“somewhat hard”) for 11 minutes, and 15 (“hard”) for 5 minutes. However, effort duration has an effect on physiological responses

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Emerson Franchini

possible to calculate the anaerobic speed or power reserve, which has been reported to decrease the performance and physiological responses variability during 1 HIIT protocol. 38 Recently, many combat sports-specific tests were created and validated, 39 and therefore, they can be used to prescribe sport

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Gorden Sudeck, Stephanie Jeckel and Tanja Schubert

linked to the physiological response to PA. That is, two individuals with the same accelerometric data may have different physiological responses depending on their physical fitness level. Previous research showed that affective response to PA is related to the intensity of PA ( Ekkekakis et al., 2011

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Montassar Tabben, Daniele Conte, Monoem Haddad and Karim Chamari

between winners and defeated top-level karate athletes. 5 , 8 Within this context, Chaabene et al 8 have shown that in high-level karate combats, there were no significant differences in any parameters of performance analysis, as well as in physiological responses and perceived exertion between winners