Training & Performance

SSE #139 Physiological Adaptations to Low-Volume High-Intensity Interval Training

Martin J. Gibala

SSE #134 Manipulating Carbohydrate Availability to Promote Training Adaptation

John A. Hawley

SSE #133 Practical Considerations in Elite Football

James Collins and Ian Rollo

SSE #131: Impact of Altitude and Heat on Football Performance

Lee Taylor and Ian Rollo

SSE#127: Carbohydrate: The Football Fuel

Ian Rollo

SSE #126: Physiological Basis of Fatigue Resistance Training in Competitive Football

Magni Mohr and F. Marcello Iaia

SSE #125: Physiological Demands of Football

Jens Bangsbo

SSE #123: Nutrition and the Molecular Response to Strength Training

Keith Baar

SSE #115: New Ideas About Nutrition and the Adaptation to Endurance Training

Keith Baar

The effects of training in hyperoxia vs normoxia on skeletal muscle enzyme activities and exercise performance.

Perry CG, Talanian JL, Heigenhauser GJ, Spriet LL.

Ratings of perceived exertion during intermittent and continuous exercise.

Utter AC, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, Kang J, McAnulty LS.

Two weeks of high-intensity aerobic interval training increases the capacity for fat oxidation during exercise in women.

Talanian JL, Galloway SD, Heigenhauser GJ, Bonen A, Spriet LL.

Divergent response of metabolite transport proteins in human skeletal muscle after sprint interval training and detraining.

Burgomaster KA, Cermak NM, Phillips SM, Benton CR, Bonen A, Gibala MJ.

SSE #54: Muscle Adaptations to Aerobic Training

Ronald L. Terjung, Ph.D.

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