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Leila Selimbegović, Olivier Dupuy, Julie Terache, Yannick Blandin, Laurent Bosquet and Armand Chatard

-power cycling task. In the following, we briefly review the main line of research on the effect of evaluative threat on physiological response. This line of research grounds our hypothesis regarding the effects of unrelated threat to physical exertion. Evaluative Threat and Cortisol Response: Social Self

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Linda Corbally, Mick Wilkinson and Melissa A. Fothergill

allow exploration of this suggestion. Since distance running success is underpinned to a large extent by physiological factors, we also explored the effects of mindfulness on physiological responses that could impact on performance. One RCT showed slightly slower recovery from a high-intensity treadmill

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Baptiste Fournier, Maxime Lussier, Nathalie Bier, Johanne Filiatrault, Manon Parisien, Miguel Chagnon and Marie-Ève Mathieu

flexibility of women throughout life . European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology, 78 ( 1 ), 77 – 82 . PubMed ID: 9660160 doi:10.1007/s004210050390 10.1007/s004210050390 Church , T.S. , Earnest , C.P. , & Morss , G.M. ( 2002 ). Field testing of physiological responses

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Jill Alexander and David Rhodes

skin surface initially to achieve physiological responses. 10 A therapeutic skin surface temperature ( T sk ) target range of between 10°C and 15°C is essential to initiate those essential responses to aid acute injury management. 11 Modalities of cooling differ in thermodynamic properties and

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James M. Rhodes, Barry S. Mason, Thomas A.W. Paulson and Victoria L. Goosey-Tolfrey

competition in elite wheelchair rugby players . Int J Sports Physiol Perform . 2016 ; 12 ( 6 ): 777 – 782 . PubMed doi:10.1123/ijspp.2016-0218 27834572 10.1123/ijspp.2016-0218 10. Rampinini E , Impellizzeri FM , Castagna C , et al . Factors influencing physiological responses to small-sided soccer

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Ali M. McManus, Nathan R. Sletten and Daniel J. Green

). Watts at maximum ranged from 68 to 148 W. Preexercise HR was 84 (8) beats·min −1 , and systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure were 104 (8) and 73 (7) mm Hg, respectively. Physiological responses and perceived exertion during and after the 2 exercise conditions are presented in Table  1

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Amelia J. Carr, Laura A. Garvican-Lewis, Brent S. Vallance, Andrew P. Drake, Philo U. Saunders, Clare E. Humberstone and Christopher J. Gore

performed independently of the reduced oxygen availability inherent in NAT, 16 and relative training intensity (expressed as % VO 2 max) can be maintained. 2 There is currently inconclusive evidence as to whether athletes’ physiological responses to SIM will differ from those observed after NAT, or indeed

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Tania Pereira, John Durocher and Jamie Burr

rides (total riding time, speed, and altitude) as well as the perceptual and physiological responses of riders (HR, VO 2 , RPE, and experience) were compared across testing locations using independent t tests. Paired t tests were used to determine if snowmobiling elicited significant fatigue in

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Anita M. Rivera-Brown and José R. Quiñones-González

.1007/bf02337183 10.1007/BF02337183 Avellini , B.A. , Shapiro , Y. , Pandolf , K.B. , Pimental , N.A. , & Goldman , R.F. ( 1980 ). Physiological responses of men and women to prolonged dry heat exposure . Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 51 ( 10 ), 1081 – 1085 . PubMed ID

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Theodore Kent Kessinger, Bridget Melton, Theresa Miyashita and Greg Ryan

training that could elicit the needed physiological response to RT for substantial muscular growth or adaptations. Increased training volume in subsequent training sessions, with adequate recovery time between sessions, could be an appropriate consideration, considering that it would be “day saving” and