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Roger Enoka Jul 6
K. Gundersen (Oslo) made a convincing argument for muscle memory based on the role of myonuclei in the control of muscle fiber size. Important implications for healthy aging.
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Paula Ellison Jul 7
Presenting my poster at on neuromuscular fatigue and fatigability in people with multiple sclerosis!
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Joachim Wiskemann Jul 6
Exercise in pediatric cancer patients. Again an emerging field of exercise oncology research presented at . Carmen Fiuza-Luces form Madrid presents the evidence for solid tumor patients
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David J Bishop Jul 7
Here's a copy of today's Prezi on training to improve mitochondrial content and function
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Brunel SAVI Group Jul 7
The scientific programme ended with a crescendo The Tom Reilly Memorial Lecture had something for all sport science subdisciplines We heard compelling arguments for and against the use of pharmacology in stimulating the general public to become more physically active
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Jason Boynton Jul 5
Presented my research at yesterday. Conclusions: well-trained cyclists can perform HIIT at near optimal levels over a broader range of environmental temperature than previous literature would indicate.
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Sharon Madigan Jul 4
Some of the take home messages where nutrition can potentially impact immunity
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East Coast Solidarity Summer Jul 13
Yesterday we mapped the diasporic trajectories of our participants and discussed what it means to be marginalized in the S. Asian Diaspora:
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Scott Hannah Jul 5
You can find my poster on arterial occlusion pressure and postural position on the third floor at ECSS. Any questions feel free to email or tweet me
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Sharief Hendricks Jul 7
Missed the session on team sports? No bother. Here are our slides on physical fatigue & tackling technique in rugby union from @_Demzi_ PhD work
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Nessan Costello Jul 7
In-season micronutrient status (vitamin D, iron, calcium) of professional young and senior rugby players. Large individual variability observed, regardless of age group. Vitamin D status largely suboptimal despite summer assessment... Longitudinal research required.
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Malcolm Jackson Jul 5
Scott Powers gets the oxidative stress and exercise session off to a great start
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Nessan Costello Jul 5
RMR of elite young football players - highest energetic requirements for U12’s & U13’s when expressed relative to lean mass, possibly related to maturation. Are we fuelling young players appropriately? ⚽️💪🏽🍌
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David J Bishop Jul 7
Here are some of the references mentioned in today's talk on Mitochondrial adaptations to training
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Danni Callanan Jul 7
Delighted to present my research on Interprovincial Women’s Rugby Union in Ireland! 🏉
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ECSS Prague 2019 Jul 7
Great presentations in the ECSS YIA Oral presentation category this year! The winner is Alessandro Del Vecchio from Imperial College London, United Kingdom!
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Giuseppe De Vito 12 Apr 18
Invited session "EFFECTS OF AGING AND TRAINING ON FATIGABILITY AND MOTOR CONTROL" at Find details on this and more at:
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Mary Curristin Jul 5
Delighted to get the opportunity to present my research study on goats milk for athlete following intense exercise
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Jessica Cegielski Jul 5
Great talks by and during the Ageing session for the mini-oral talks
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NeuromoveRes.Group Jul 6
Mirror observation in combination with motor imagery in with from
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