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Austin T. Robinson, Adriana Mazzuco, Ahmad S. Sabbahi, Audrey Borghi-Silva and Shane A. Phillips

.4 Note . Data presented as mean ±  SD . There was no significant main effect for supplementation or acute exercise or an interaction effect for these measures. SBP = systolic blood pressure; DBP = diastolic blood pressure; MAP = mean arterial pressure; AUX = augmentation index; AUX75 = a normalization

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Ilkka Heinonen, Jukka Kemppainen, Toshihiko Fujimoto, Juhani Knuuti and Kari K. Kalliokoski

-Czernik, 2012 ). Human bone marrow circulation responds to acute exercise ( Heinonen et al., 2013a , 2013b ) and local heat stress ( Heinonen et al., 2011a ), although to a lesser degree than in contracting skeletal muscles ( Heinonen et al., 2007 , 2010a , 2011b , 2015 ). In addition to its perfusion, the

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Charity B. Breneman, Christopher E. Kline, Delia West, Xuemei Sui and Xuewen Wang

BMI, and baseline MVPA levels. Acute exercise was demonstrated in this study to impact behavioral sleep parameters. Within the context of everyday life, the sleep–wake cycle is influenced by conscious decisions made within the framework of internal and external cues ( Daan, Beersma, & Borbely, 1984

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Hunter S. Waldman, Brandon D. Shepherd, Brendan Egan and Matthew J. McAllister

-OHB concentrations for KME compared with KS (∼2.6 mM vs. ∼0.5 mM, respectively) and to differences in the assessments of cognitive performance employed. Although previous studies have shown improved cognitive function following an acute exercise bout due to a cascade of cerebral responses, such as increases in

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Rachel Massie, James Smallcombe and Keith Tolfrey

young people. The available evidence is derived predominantly from acute exercise studies and research that has focused on only one behavioral component in isolation—either EI ( 17 , 34 , 48 , 49 ) or EE ( 7 , 20 , 21 , 45 ). In general, the compensatory responses observed after an acute bout of

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

. Conclusion Total external work-matched exercise, irrespective of intensity, exerts a similar impact on blood flow, shear rate patterns, and FMD in children 1 hour after exercise, suggesting the mechanisms that govern the FMD response to acute exercise are likely developmentally divergent. Acknowledgments The

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Livia Victorino Souza, Franciele De Meneck, Vanessa Oliveira, Elisa Mieko Higa, Eliana Hiromi Akamine and Maria do Carmo Franco

correlated with the EPCs number ( 25 ). These results are similar to those reported by Kraus et al ( 20 ) that evaluated plasma levels of VEGF in endurance athletes in response to 1 session of acute exercise. The authors related high circulating VEGF levels at 0 and 2 hours after exercise training ( 20 ). On

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Julie Masurier, Marie-Eve Mathieu, Stephanie Nicole Fearnbach, Charlotte Cardenoux, Valérie Julian, Céline Lambert, Bruno Pereira, Martine Duclos, Yves Boirie and David Thivel

 al., 2012a ). Using the same exercise intensity, Prado et al. ( 2015 ) recently suggested that a 30-min run does not affect EI in obese adolescent girls, however, they used self-reported food diaries, which could limit their interpretations. Importantly, exploring the effects of acute exercise on subsequent

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Kieran J. Marston, Belinda M. Brown, Stephanie R. Rainey-Smith, Sabine Bird, Linda K. Wijaya, Shaun Y. M. Teo, Ralph N. Martins and Jeremiah J. Peiffer

factor responses to acute exercise. To the authors’ knowledge, no studies have simultaneously examined the influence of a high-intensity resistance exercise session on growth factors in both young and older adults; thus, the notion that the age of our cohort influenced the current study findings remains

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Jordan D. Philpott, Chris Donnelly, Ian H. Walshe, Elizabeth E. MacKinley, James Dick, Stuart D.R. Galloway, Kevin D. Tipton and Oliver C. Witard

-induced muscle damage ( Pereira Panza et al., 2015 ) and coincides with peak feelings of muscle soreness ( Cheung et al., 2003 ). In the present study, the reduced perception of muscle soreness following acute exercise when n-3PUFA were added to a mixed ingredient beverage did not appear to be mediated by a