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Bone markers and cytokines in response to low-impact, high-intensity exercise
(Brock University, 2014-02-21)
A low-impact, high-intensity interval exercise (HIE) bout was used to determine whether an association exists between cytokines and bone turnover markers following an acute bout of exercise. Twenty-three recreationally ...
Influence of timing of milk consumption coupled with endurance training on body composition and endurance training adaptations in humans.
(Brock University, 2014-03-24)
Consumption of low-fat milk (LFM) after resistance training has been shown to have positive influences on body composition and training adaptations; however, little research has examined the effects of LFM consumption ...
The electromyographic threshold in children: Differences in neuromuscular activation during progressive exercise between boys and men
(Brock University, 2014-06-03)
The electromyographic threshold (EMGTh), defined as an upward inflexion in the rising EMG signal during progressive exercise, is thought to reflect the onset of increased type-II MU recruitment. The study’s objective was ...