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Comparison of the YMCA Cycle Sub-Maximal VO2 Max Test to a Treadmill VO2 Max Test
Jeremy G. Carter, Kelly A. Brooks, and Joshua R. Sparks
The Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Training on VO2Max and 1.5 Mile Run Performance
William Ursprung and John D. Smith
Mental Toughness in Strength and Conditioning Training: Is it really necessary? Perspectives of elite NCAA Strength and Conditioning coaches
Andreas Stamatis, Eric L. Robinson, and Grant B. Morgan
The Physiological and Psychological Benefits of CrossFit Training – A Pilot Study
Jordan T. Schultz, Adam Parker, Drew Curtis, Jordan Daniel, and Han-Hung Huang
Acute Responses to High Intensity Interval Exercise and Moderate Aerobic Exercise on Anaerobically and Aerobically Trained Athletes
Stephanie M. Holloway, Matthew V. Bliss, and Christopher M. Hearon
“Elevation Training Mask” Induces Hypoxemia But Utilizes A Novel Feedback Signaling Mechanism
Jorge Granados, Lisa Jansen, Halie Harton, and Matthew Kuennen
Differences in Neuromuscular Adaptations After Two Weeks of Conventional vs Blood Flow Restriction Resistance Training
Danny D. Dominguez, Patrick G. Murphy, Brittany N. Esparza, Gabriela Soto, Roberto Osornio, Ulku Karabulut, and Murat Karabulut
Does Eating a Meal before Testing Alter the Percent Body Fat Measurement Determined by Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis?
B. Masteller, Curt B. Dixon, and Joseph L. Andreacci
Physiological and Fitness Adaptations Following Eight Weeks of CrossFit® Exercise
Matthew F. Brisebois, Todd J. Castleberry, Christopher J. Irvine, Sarah E. Deemer, and Brandon R. Rigby
3-hydroxy-5alpha-androst-1-en-17-one enhances muscular gains but impairs the cardio-metabolic health of resistance trained males.
Jorge Granados, Trevor Gillum, Cammie Hodges, and Matthew Kuennen
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