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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise is the flagship journal of the American College of Sports Medicine.
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Duke University Exercise is Medicine 19h
Looking for evidence on daily step counts? Duration? HIIT? In Aging? Peds? Check out the June issue with US P.A. Guidelines Advisory Committee Thanks to our own Dr W Kraus & Dr V Kraus for contributing
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A new study from Wilson and colleagues concludes that HIIT training increased the left ventricular stroke volume response to exercise in adults with type 2 diabetes.
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Pitt Healthy Lifestyle Institute May 20
Congrats , Dr. Kirk Erickson & gradate student Katherine Collins their papers based on the are being published by in June’s edition of . has more individuals involved in this process than any other institution!
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 19
Blood flow restriction (BFR) does not ⬆️ myofibrillar protein synthesis rates in healthy young men under resting conditions. When combined w/low-load resistance-type exercise, BFR ⬆️ postexercise myofibrillar protein synthesis rates in vivo in humans.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 18
The aims of a recent study by Van Dyk and colleagues were to compare the isokinetic strength at return to sport (RTS) with preinjury strength in the injured limb and to investigate the side-to-side differences at RTS.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 17
New ACSM Pronouncement: Physical Activity to Prevent and Treat Hypertension: A Systematic Review
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Sarah Weller May 17
One for the must read list!! Systematic review on PA in cancer prevention and survival, by , Christine Friedenreich et al.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 17
The latest issue of MSSE is now available! This month's issue contains a special section devoted to summary reviews of the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee.
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Daniel Berglind, PhD May 15
One week of reduced physical activity and increased sedentary time substantially lowers daily protein synthesis rates in healthy young men:
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American College of Sports Medicine May 15
ACSM has published a collection of papers titled ACSM Scientific Pronouncements: Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2nd Ed. in . These papers review, interpret & summarize current scientific literature on physical activity & health.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 15
Thank you for pointing this out. We will alert the publisher.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 14
A study on a mobile app water planning tool indicated that it can provide event organizers with a valid, quantitative way to narrow the uncertainties of water planning related to changes in participant numbers, race distance & weather:
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 14
Acute Effects of Exercise Intensity on Insulin Sensitivity under Energy Balance by Fisher and colleagues
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Eric Rawson, Ph.D. May 13
Nice paper from VP Kevin Vincent Eccentric and Concentric Resistance Exercise Comparison for Knee Osteoarthritis
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 13
Higher physical activity is associated with attenuated decline in lung function and reduced health status deterioration in moderate-to-very severe COPD patients. New study from Demeyer and colleagues:
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 12
An acute nitrate-rich supplement improved functional sympatholysis in hypertensive postmenopausal women by ~50% versus an nitrate-poor placebo condition in a recent study from Caldwell et al.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 11
A recent study from Steiner and colleagues concluded that hemoglobin mass at age 16 is an important predictor for hemoglobin mass at adult age and possibly for the aptitude for high-level endurance performance.
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 11
Iannetta, Murias and Keir present a simple method to quantify the V˙O2 mean response time of ramp-incremental exercise:
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 10
Smith and colleagues discuss the potential mechanisms by which sex hormones in premenopausal women may impact the exercise pressor reflex as well as metaboreflex:
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Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise May 10
The site is back up and running this morning. Thank you for your patience!
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