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  • The effect of a carbohydrate mouth-rinse on neuromuscular fatigue following cycling exercise 

    Jeffers, Robert; Shave, Rob; Ross, Emma; Stevenson, Emma; Goodall, Stuart (Canadian Science Publishing, 2015-06)
    Carbohydrate (CHO) mouth-rinsing, rather than ingestion, is known to improve performance of high-intensity (>75% maximal oxygen uptake) short-duration (≤1 h) cycling exercise. Mechanisms responsible for this improvement, ...
  • Exercise testing and training in people with Huntington’s disease 

    Dawes, H.; Hallworth, Collette; Debono, Katy; Quinn, Lori; Jones, K.; Kelson, M.; Simpson, S.A.; Playle, R.; Backx, Karianne; Wasley, David; Nemeth, A.H.; Rosser, A.; Izardi, H.; Busse, M. (SAGE, 2014-08-20)
    Objective: To explore exercise response in people with Huntington’s disease (HD). Design: Experimental observational study with a randomly allocated subgroup before/after interventional study. Setting: Community ...
  • Age‐related changes to cardiac systolic and diastolic function during whole‐body passive hyperthermia 

    Lucas, Rebekah; Sarma, Satyam; Schadler, Zachary; Pearson, James; Crandall, Craig (Wiley, 2015-01-15)
    The effect of ageing on hyperthermia‐induced changes in cardiac function is unknown. This study tested the hypothesis that hyperthermia‐induced changes in left ventricular systolic and diastolic function are attenuated in ...
  • The promise and problems of video diaries: building on current research 

    Jones, Robyn; Fonesca, J.; De Martin Silva, Luciana; Davies, G.; Morgan, Kevin; Mesquita, Isabel (Taylor and Francis, 2014-07-21)
    The purpose of this paper was to further explore the use of video diaries as a research method. Specifically, the principal objective was to detail and deconstruct the use of video diaries in relation to some of the claims ...
  • The influence of foot orthoses on foot mobility magnitude and arch height index in adults with flexible flat feet 

    Sheykhi-Dolagh, Roghaye; Saeedi, Hassan; Farahmand, Behshid; Kamyab, Mojtaba; Kamali, Mohammad; Gholizadeh, Hossein; Derayatifar, Amir; Curran, Sarah (SAGE, 2014-03-06)
    Background: Flexible flat foot is described as a reduction in the height of the medial longitudinal arch and may occur from abnormal foot pronation. A foot orthosis is thought to modify and control excessive pronation and ...

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