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    1. Weyand, PG; Kelly, M; Blackadar, T; Darley, JC; Oliver, SR; Ohlenbusch, NE; Joffe, SW; Hoyt, RW
      Ambulatory estimates of maximal aerobic power from foot-ground contact times and heart rates in running humans

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Skinner, JS; Jaskolski, A; Jaskolska, A; Krasnoff, J; Gagnon, J; Leon, AS; Rao, DC; Wilmore, JH; Bouchard, C
      Age, sex, race, initial fitness, and response to training: the HERITAGE Family Study

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Hass, CJ; Garzarella, L; de Hoyos, DV; Connaughton, DP; Pollock, ML
      Concurrent improvements in cardiorespiratory and muscle fitness in response to total body recumbent stepping in humans

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Knechtle, B; Kopfli, W
      Treadmill exercise testing with increasing inclination as exercise protocol for wheelchair athletes

      SPINAL CORD
    5. Campbell, PT; Katzmarzyk, PT; Malina, RM; Rao, DC; Perusse, L; Bouchard, C
      Prediction of physical activity and physical work capacity (PWC150) in young adulthood from childhood and adolescence with consideration of parental measures

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY
    6. Robbins, AS; Chao, SY; Fonseca, VP; Snedecor, MR; Knapik, JJ
      Predictors of low physical fitness in a cohort of active-duty US Air Forcemembers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    7. Era, P; Schroll, M; Hagerup, L; Jurgensen, KSL
      Changes in bicycle ergometer test performance and survival in men and women from 50 to 60 and from 70 to 80 years of age: Two longitudinal studies inthe Glostrup (Denmark) population

      GERONTOLOGY
    8. Izquierdo, M; Hakkinen, K; Anton, A; Garrues, M; Ibanez, J; Ruesta, M; Gorostiaga, EM
      Maximal strength and power, endurance performance, and serum hormones in middle-aged and elderly men

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    9. Mahood, NV; Kenefick, RW; Kertzer, R; Quinn, TJ
      Physiological determinants of cross-country ski racing performance

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    10. Howley, ET
      Type of activity: resistance, aerobic and leisure versus occupational physical activity

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    11. Bouchard, C; Rankinen, T
      Individual differences in response to regular physical activity

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    12. Perusse, L; Gagnon, J; Province, MA; Rao, DC; Wilmore, JH; Leon, AS; Bouchard, C; Skinner, JS
      Familial aggregation of submaximal aerobic performance in the HERITAGE Family study

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    13. Moseley, L; Jeukendrup, AE
      The reliability of cycling efficiency

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    14. Grouter, S; Foster, C; Esten, P; Brice, G; Porcari, JP
      Comparison of incremental treadmill exercise and free range running

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    15. Kraemer, WJ; Keuning, M; Ratamess, NA; Volek, JS; McCormick, M; Bush, JA; Nindl, BC; Gordon, SE; Mazzetti, SA; Newton, RU; Gomez, AL; Wickham, RB; Rubin, MR; Hakkinen, K
      Resistance training combined with bench-step aerobics enhances women's health profile

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    16. Stepto, NK; Martin, DT; Fallon, KE; Hawley, JA
      Metabolic demands of intense aerobic interval training in competitive cyclists

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    17. Lightfoot, JT; Turner, MJ; Debate, KA; Kleeberger, SR
      Interstrain variation in murine aerobic capacity

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    18. Billat, VL; Slawinski, J; Danel, M; Koralsztein, JP
      Effect of free versus constant pace on performance and oxygen kinetics in running

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    19. Wood, RH; Reyes, R; Welsch, MA; Favaloro-Sabatier, J; Sabatier, M; Lee, CM; Johnson, LG; Hooper, PF
      Concurrent cardiovascular and resistance training in healthy older adults

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    20. Blondel, N; Berthoin, S; Billat, V; Lensel, G
      Relationship between run times to exhaustion at 90, 100, 120, and 140% of vVO(2)max and velocity expressed relatively to critical velocity and maximal velocity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    21. Billat, LV
      Interval training for performance: A scientific and empirical practice - Special recommendations for middle- and long-distance running, part I: Aerobic interval training

      SPORTS MEDICINE
    22. Nieman, DC
      The exercise test as a component of the total fitness evaluation

      PRIMARY CARE
    23. Tong, TK; Fu, FH; Chow, BC
      Reliability of a 5-min running field test and its accuracy in (V)over-dot-O-2max evaluation

      JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS
    24. Murakami, H; Soma, R; Hayashi, J; Katsuta, S; Matsuda, M; Ajisaka, R; Okada, M; Kuno, S
      Relationship between mitochondrial DNA polymorphism and the individual differences in aerobic performance

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    25. Soma, R; Murakami, H; Hayashi, J; Ito, S; Nagai, J; Sugita, M; Kuno, S; Okada, M
      The effects of cytoplasmic transfer of mtDNA in relation to whole-body endurance performance

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    26. McGuire, DK; Levine, BD; Williamson, JW; Snell, PG; Blomqvist, CG; Saltin, B; Mitchell, JH
      A 30-year follow-up of the Dallas Bed rest and Training Study I. Effect ofage on the cardiovascular response to exercise

      CIRCULATION
    27. Cachovan, M; Rogatti, W
      Improvement of peripheral and cardiopulmonary performance after a short-term exercise program with additive prostaglandin E-1

      ANGIOLOGY
    28. Bouchard, C; Rankinen, T; Chagnon, YC; Rice, T; Perusse, L; Gagnon, J; Borecki, I; An, P; Leon, AS; Skinner, JS; Wilmore, JH; Province, M; Rao, DC
      Genomic scan for maximal oxygen uptake and its response to training in theHERITAGE Family Study

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    29. Billat, VL; Morton, RH; Blondel, N; Berthoin, S; Bocquet, V; Koralsztein, JP; Barstow, TJ
      Oxygen kinetics and modelling of time to exhaustion whilst running at various velocities at maximal oxygen uptake

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    30. Wilson, TM; Tanaka, H
      Meta-analysis of the age-associated decline in maximal aerobic capacity inmen: relation to training status

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Billat, VL
      Vo(2) slow component and performance in endurance sports

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE
    32. Twisk, JWR; Kemper, HCG; van Mechelen, W
      Tracking of activity and fitness and the relationship with cardiovascular disease risk factors

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    33. Morton, RH; Billat, V
      Maximal endurance time at VO2max

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    34. Talbot, LA; Metter, EJ; Fleg, JL
      Leisure-time physical activities and their relationship to cardiorespiratory fitness in healthy men and women 18-95 years old

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    35. Richardson, RS; Harms, CA; Grassi, B; Hepple, RT
      Skeletal muscle: master or slave of the cardiovascular system?

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    36. Hepple, RT
      Skeletal muscle: microcirculatory adaptation to metabolic demand

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    37. Demarie, S; Koralsztein, JP; Billat, V
      Time limit and time at (V) over dot O-2max, during a continuous and an intermittent run

      JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS
    38. Renoux, JC; Petit, B; Billat, V; Koralsztein, JP
      Calculation of times to exhaustion at 100 and 120% maximal anerobic speed

      ERGONOMICS
    39. Fenger, CK; McKeever, KH; Hinchcliff, KW; Kohn, CW
      Determinants of oxygen delivery and hemoglobin saturation during incremental exercise in horses

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF VETERINARY RESEARCH
    40. Wagner, PD
      Diffusive resistance to O-2 transport in muscle

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    41. Paavolainen, L; Hakkinen, K; Hamalainen, I; Nummela, A; Rusko, H
      Explosive-strength training improves 5-km running time by improving running economy and muscle power

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    42. McCanse, W; Henderson, E; Urano, T; Kuwahira, I; Clancy, RL; Gonzalez, NC
      Effect of chronic sodium cyanate administration on O-2 transport and uptake in hypoxic and normoxic exercise

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    43. Binder, EF; Birge, SJ; Spina, R; Ehsani, AA; Brown, M; Sinacore, DR; Kohrt, WM
      Peak aerobic power is an important component of physical performance in older women

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
    44. Malbut-Shennan, K; Young, A
      The physiology of physical performance and training in old age

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    45. O'Brien, CP
      Are current exercise test protocols appropriate for older patients?

      CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE
    46. Gibson, AS; Lambert, MI; Hawley, JA; Broomhead, SA; Noakes, TD
      Measurement of maximal oxygen uptake from two different laboratory protocols in runners and squash players

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    47. St-Amand, J; Prud'homme, D; Moorjani, S; Nadeau, A; Tremblay, A; Bouchard, C; Lupien, PJ; Despres, JP
      Apolipoprotein E polymorphism and the relationships of physical fitness toplasma lipoprotein-lipid levels in men and women

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    48. Roi, GS; Giacometti, M; Von Duvillard, SP
      Marathons in altitude

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    49. Haug, RC; Porcari, JP; Brice, G; Terry, L
      Development of a maximal testing protocol for the NordicTrack cross-country ski simulator

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    50. Matthews, CE; Heil, DP; Freedson, PS; Pastides, H
      Classification of cardiorespiratory fitness without exercise testing

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    51. Gore, CJ; Booth, ML; Bauman, A; Owen, N
      Utility of pwc75% as an estimate of aerobic power in epidemiological and population-based studies

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    52. Paavolainen, LM; Nummela, AT; Rusko, HK
      Neuromuscular characteristics and muscle power as determinants of 5-km running performance

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    53. McSweeney, KP; Congleton, JJ; Kerk, CJ; Jenkins, O; Craig, BN
      Correlation of recorded injury and illness data with smoking, exercise, and absolute aerobic capacity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    54. Billat, LV; Koralsztein, JP; Morton, RH
      Time in human endurance models - From empirical models to physiological models

      SPORTS MEDICINE
    55. Gavin, TP; Stager, JM
      The effect of exercise modality on exercise-induced hypoxemia

      RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY
    56. Berthoin, S; Baquet, G; Rabita, J; Blondel, N; Lensel-Corbeil, G; Gerbeaux, M
      Validity of the Universite de Montreal Track Test to assess the velocity associated with peak oxygen uptake for adolescents

      JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS
    57. Beere, PA; Russell, SD; Morey, MC; Kitzman, DW; Higginbotham, MB
      Aerobic exercise training can reverse age-related peripheral circulatory changes in healthy older men

      CIRCULATION
    58. Keyser, RE; Rodgers, MM; Gardner, ER; Russell, PJ
      Oxygen uptake during peak graded exercise and single-stage fatigue tests of wheelchair propulsion in manual wheelchair users and the able-bodied

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    59. CHAPMAN RF; STRAYGUNDERSEN J; LEVINE BD
      INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN RESPONSE TO ALTITUDE TRAINING

      Journal of applied physiology (1985)
    60. ROSEN MJ; SORKIN JD; GOLDBERG AP; HAGBERG JM; KATZEL LI
      PREDICTORS OF AGE-ASSOCIATED DECLINE IN MAXIMAL AEROBIC CAPACITY - A COMPARISON OF 4 STATISTICAL-MODELS

      Journal of applied physiology
    61. BRUN JF; KHALED S; RAYNAUD E; BOUIX D; MICALLEF JP; ORSETTI A
      THE TRIPHASIC EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON BLOOD RHEOLOGY - WHICH RELEVANCETO PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation
    62. HOLLENBERG M; NGO LH; TURNER D; TAGER IB
      TREADMILL EXERCISE TESTING IN AN EPIDEMIOLOGIC-STUDY OF ELDERLY SUBJECTS

      The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences
    63. WHITE AT; FEHLAUER CS; HANOVER R; JOHNSON SC; DUSTMAN RE
      IS VO(2)MAX AN APPROPRIATE FITNESS INDICATOR FOR OLDER ADULTS

      Journal of aging and physical activity
    64. FREDRIKSEN PM; INGJER F; NYSTAD W; THAULOW E
      AEROBIC ENDURANCE TESTING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS - A COMPARISON OF 2 TREADMILL-PROTOCOLS

      Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports
    65. FERNHALL B; PITETTI KH; VUKOVICH MD; STUBBS N; HENSEN T; WINNICK JP; SHORT FX
      VALIDATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS FIELD-TESTS IN CHILDREN WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION

      American journal of mental retardation
    66. ALLEN JD; MCLUNG J; NELSON AG; WELSCH M
      GINSENG SUPPLEMENTATION DOES NOT ENHANCE HEALTHY-YOUNG ADULTS PEAK AEROBIC EXERCISE PERFORMANCE

      Journal of the American College of Nutrition
    67. SPINA RJ; TURNER MJ; EHSANI AA
      BETA-ADRENERGIC-MEDIATED IMPROVEMENT IN LEFT-VENTRICULAR FUNCTION BY EXERCISE TRAINING IN OLDER MEN

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    68. JONES AM
      A 5-YEAR PHYSIOLOGICAL CASE-STUDY OF AN OLYMPIC RUNNER

      British journal of sports medicine
    69. NOAKES TD
      MAXIMAL OXYGEN-UPTAKE - CLASSICAL VERSUS CONTEMPORARY VIEWPOINTS - A REBUTTAL

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    70. FRANCH J; MADSEN K; DJURHUUS MS; PEDERSEN PK
      IMPROVED RUNNING ECONOMY FOLLOWING INTENSIFIED TRAINING CORRELATES WITH REDUCED VENTILATORY DEMANDS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    71. WISLOFF U; HELGERUD J
      EVALUATION OF A NEW UPPER-BODY ERGOMETER FOR CROSS-COUNTRY SKIERS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    72. HILL DW; LEIFERMAN JA; LYNCH NA; DANGELMAIER BS; BURT SE
      TEMPORAL SPECIFICITY IN ADAPTATIONS TO HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE TRAINING

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    73. MCNAUGHTON L; HALL P; COOLEY D
      VALIDATION OF SEVERAL METHODS OF ESTIMATING MAXIMAL OXYGEN-UPTAKE IN YOUNG MEN

      Perceptual and motor skills
    74. BENTLEY DJ; WILSON GJ; DAVIE AJ; ZHOU S
      CORRELATIONS BETWEEN PEAK POWER OUTPUT, MUSCULAR STRENGTH AND CYCLE TIME TRIAL PERFORMANCE IN TRIATHLETES

      Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness
    75. Kohzuki, H; Ishidate, H; Kishi, T; Ohga, Y; Sakata, S; Takaki, M
      Unloaded skeletal muscle O-2 uptake decreases with decreased venous PO2 athigh-frequency stimulation

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    76. WOMACK CJ; HYMAN BA; GARDNER AW
      PREDICTION OF PEAK OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION IN PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION

      Angiology
    77. TANAKA H; DESOUZA CA; JONES PP; STEVENSON ET; DAVY KP; SEALS DR
      GREATER RATE OF DECLINE IN MAXIMAL AEROBIC CAPACITY WITH AGE IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE VS. SEDENTARY HEALTHY WOMEN

      Journal of applied physiology
    78. LANGSETMO I; WEIGLE GE; FEDDE MR; ERICKSON HH; BARSTOW TJ; POOLE DC
      (V)OVER-DOT-O-2 KINETICS IN THE HORSE DURING MODERATE AND HEAVY EXERCISE

      Journal of applied physiology
    79. ASTRAND PO; BERGH U; KILBOM A
      A 33-YR FOLLOW-UP OF PEAK OXYGEN-UPTAKE AND RELATED VARIABLES OF FORMER PHYSICAL-EDUCATION STUDENTS

      Journal of applied physiology
    80. POLLOCK ML; MENGELKOCH LJ; GRAVES JE; LOWENTHAL DT; LIMACHER MC; FOSTER C; WILMORE JH
      20-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF AEROBIC POWER AND BODY-COMPOSITION OF OLDER TRACK ATHLETES

      Journal of applied physiology
    81. TIPTON CM; SEBASTIAN LA
      DOBUTAMINE AS A COUNTERMEASURE FOR REDUCED EXERCISE PERFORMANCE OF RATS EXPOSED TO SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY

      Journal of applied physiology
    82. HEPPLE RT; MACKINNON SLM; GOODMAN JM; THOMAS SG; PLYLEY MJ
      RESISTANCE AND AEROBIC TRAINING IN OLDER MEN - EFFECTS ON VO2PEAK ANDTHE CAPILLARY SUPPLY TO SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of applied physiology
    83. TANAKA H; SEALS DR
      AGE AND GENDER INTERACTIONS IN PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONAL-CAPACITY - INSIGHT FROM SWIMMING PERFORMANCE

      Journal of applied physiology
    84. GAZEAU F; KORALSZTEIN JP; BILLAT V
      BIOMECHANICAL EVENTS IN THE TIME TO EXHAUSTION AT MAXIMUM AEROBIC SPEED

      Archives of physiology and biochemistry
    85. AINSWORTH BE; MCMURRAY RG; VEAZEY SK
      PREDICTION OF PEAK OXYGEN-UPTAKE FROM SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE TESTS IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN

      Journal of aging and physical activity
    86. BROTHERHOOD JR; BUDD GM; HENDRIE AL; JEFFERY SE; BEASLEY FA; COSTIN BP; ZHIEN W; BAKER MM; CHENEY NP; DAWSON MP
      PROJECT-AQUARIUS .3. EFFECTS OF WORK RATE ON THE PRODUCTIVITY, ENERGY-EXPENDITURE, AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES OF MEN BUILDING FIRELINE WITH A RAKEHOE IN DRY EUCALYPT FOREST

      International journal of wildland fire
    87. BUDD GM; BROTHERHOOD JR; HENDRIE AL; JEFFERY SE; BEASLEY FA; COSTIN BP; ZHIEN W; BAKER MM; CHENEY NP; DAWSON MP
      PROJECT-AQUARIUS .5. ACTIVITY DISTRIBUTION, ENERGY-EXPENDITURE, AND PRODUCTIVITY OF MEN SUPPRESSING FREE-RUNNING WILDLAND FIRES WITH HAND TOOLS

      International journal of wildland fire
    88. HELLER H; SCHUSTER KD
      CONVECTION AS ONE OF THE LIMITING FACTORS OF HUMAN RESPIRATION DURINGNORMOXIC EXERCISE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    89. WOODMAN CR; KREGEL KC; TIPTON CM
      INFLUENCE OF SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY ON THE SYMPATHETIC RESPONSE TO EXERCISE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    90. FAINA M; BILLAT V; SQUADRONE R; DEANGELIS M; KORALSZTEIN JP; DALMONTE A
      ANAEROBIC CONTRIBUTION TO THE TIME TO EXHAUSTION AT THE MINIMAL EXERCISE INTENSITY AT WHICH MAXIMAL OXYGEN-UPTAKE OCCURS IN ELITE CYCLISTS,KAYAKISTS AND SWIMMERS

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    91. KOSTKA T; BONNEFOY M; ARSAC LM; BERTHOUZE SE; BELLI A; LACOUR JR
      HABITUAL PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY AND PEAK ANAEROBIC POWER IN ELDERLY WOMEN

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    92. COOKE SR; PETERSEN SR; QUINNEY HA
      THE INFLUENCE OF MAXIMAL AEROBIC POWER ON RECOVERY OF SKELETAL-MUSCLEFOLLOWING ANAEROBIC EXERCISE

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    93. FIELDING RA; FRONTERA WR; HUGHES VA; FISHER EC; EVANS WJ
      THE REPRODUCIBILITY OF THE BRUCE PROTOCOL EXERCISE TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF AEROBIC CAPACITY IN OLDER WOMEN

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    94. LONDEREE BR
      EFFECT OF TRAINING ON LACTATE VENTILATORY THRESHOLDS - A METAANALYSIS/

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    95. NOAKES TD
      CHALLENGING BELIEFS - EX AFRICA SEMPER ALIQUID NOVI

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    96. WEIDNER TG; ANDERSON BN; KAMINSKY LA; DICK EC; SCHURR T
      EFFECT OF A RHINOVIRUS-CAUSED UPPER RESPIRATORY ILLNESS ON PULMONARY-FUNCTION TEST AND EXERCISE RESPONSES

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    97. VENKATRAMAN JT; ROWLAND JA; DENARDIN E; HORVATH PJ; PENDERGAST D
      INFLUENCE OF THE LEVEL OF DIETARY-LIPID INTAKE AND MAXIMAL EXERCISE ON THE IMMUNE STATUS IN RUNNERS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    98. SWAIN DP; WRIGHT RL
      PREDICTION OF VO2PEAK FROM SUBMAXIMAL CYCLE ERGOMETRY USING 50 VERSUS80 RPM

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    99. LOCKWOOD PA; YODER JE; DEUSTER PA
      COMPARISON AND CROSS-VALIDATION OF CYCLE ERGOMETRY ESTIMATES OF VO2MAX

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    100. HILL DW; WILLIAMS CS; BURT SE
      RESPONSES TO EXERCISE AT 92-PERCENT AND 100-PERCENT OF THE VELOCITY ASSOCIATED WITH VO(2)MAX

      International journal of sports medicine


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