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David Barranco-Gil, Lidia B. Alejo, Pedro L. Valenzuela, Jaime Gil-Cabrera, Almudena Montalvo-Pérez, Eduardo Talavera, Susana Moral-González, Vicente J. Clemente-Suárez and Alejandro Lucia

performance or in perceptual and physiological responses during the TT. Despite the traditional popularity of warming up in most sport disciplines, including endurance events, 1 – 3 some evidence questions its actual benefits on endurance performance. No significant warm-up benefits have indeed been reported

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Jason P. Brandenburg and Luisa V. Giles

-rich fruit supplementation on endurance performance, none has used blueberries. Therefore, the objectives of the current study were to investigate the effects of blueberry supplementation on time-trial (TT) running performance, physiological responses to running, and short-term recovery. Markers of

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

low intensities (ie, below lactate threshold) coupled with short and intermittent bouts of high-intensity interval exercise or training (HIIT). 10 The influence of T A on performance and physiological response to such exercise is not well understood. Despite HIIT being a relatively small part of

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Guro Strøm Solli, Pål Haugnes, Jan Kocbach, Roland van den Tillaar, Per Øyvind Torvik and Øyvind Sandbakk

the related differences in pacing strategy and physiological responses. Methods Participants A total of 14 (8 men and 6 women; Table  1 ) national-level junior and senior Norwegian XC skiers volunteered to participate in this experiment that was conducted at the beginning of the competition season in

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Christian P. Cheung, Joshua T. Slysz and Jamie F. Burr

significant variability in the physiological response at a given intensity compared with cycling exercise. 20 Cycle ergometry could be advantageous for testing the physiological response to IPC, as it functions based on set power output (rpm × resistance) rather than a velocity, and exercise efficiency is

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Gustavo Monnerat, Alex S. Maior, Marcio Tannure, Lia K.F.C. Back and Caleb G.M. Santos

activity. This sport is one of the most popular sports worldwide, with 275 million participants of both genders in a wide range of ages. 3 , 4 It is well established that physical training–based interventions can lead to different physiologic responses depending on intraindividual characteristics. 5 , 6

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Paul G. Montgomery and Brendan D. Maloney

×3 players, it is important to acknowledge that outcomes may also be dependent on the capacity of players, the quality of opposition, and the style of play. All of these may contribute to the large individual differences in the physical demands and physiological responses. The uniformity in the average game

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Ross Armstrong, Christopher Michael Brogden and Matt Greig

is the Dance Aerobic Fitness Test (DAFT), 14 which is a standardized routine that elicits a quantifiable physiological response to exercise to allow the measurement of mechanical loading. Global positioning systems (GPS) with triaxial accelerometry have been used to measure mechanical loading which

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Sarah J. Willis, Grégoire P. Millet and Fabio Borrani

, Caputo F . Physiological responses to interval endurance exercise at different levels of blood flow restriction . Eur J Appl Physiol . 2017 ; 117 ( 1 ): 39 – 52 . PubMed ID: 27826654 doi:10.1007/s00421-016-3497-5 27826654 10.1007/s00421-016-3497-5 4. Willis SJ , Alvarez L , Borrani F

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Aaron T. Scanlan, Daniel M. Berkelmans, William M. Vickery and Crystal O. Kean

Cricket is a popular international team sport with various game formats ranging from long-duration multiday tests to short-duration Twenty20 game play. The role of batsmen is critical to all game formats, with differing physiological demands imposed during each format. Investigation of the physiological demands imposed during cricket batting has historically been neglected, with much of the research focusing on bowling responses and batting technique. A greater understanding of the physiological demands of the batting role in cricket is required to assist strength and conditioning professionals and coaches with the design of training plans, recovery protocols, and player-management strategies. This brief review provides an updated synthesis of the literature examining the internal (eg, metabolic demands and heart rate) and external (eg, activity work rates) physiological responses to batting in the various game formats, as well as simulated play and small-sided-games training. Although few studies have been done in this area, the summary of data provides important insight regarding physiological responses to batting and highlights that more research on this topic is required. Future research is recommended to combine internal and external measures during actual game play, as well as comparing different game formats and playing levels. In addition, understanding the relationship between batting technique and physiological responses is warranted to gain a more holistic understanding of batting in cricket, as well as to develop appropriate coaching and training strategies.