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  1. Contribution of oxygen extraction fraction to maximal oxygen uptake in healthy young men
  2. Increased oxygen extraction and mitochondrial protein expression after small muscle mass endurance training
  3. Blood volume expansion does not explain the increase in peak oxygen uptake induced by 10 weeks of endurance training
  4. Exercise performance increase in smokeless tobacco-user athletes after overnight nicotine abstinence
  5. Cardiac output with modified cardio-impedance against inert gas rebreathing during sub-maximal and maximal cycling exercise in healthy and fit subjects
  6. Effect of Endurance and Strength Training on the Slow Component of O2 Kinetics in Elderly Humans
  7. The effects of oral smokeless tobacco administration on endurance performance
  8. Metabolic and kinematic responses while walking and running on a motorised and a curved non-motorised treadmill
  9. Response
  10. Metabolic and Performance Effects of Yerba Mate on Well-trained Cyclists
  11. Maximal Aerobic Power in Aging Men: Insights From a Record of 1-Hour Unaccompanied Cycling
  12. Tribute to Dr Jacques Rogge: muscle activity and fatigue during hiking in Olympic dinghy sailing
  13. Response to the comments “Do Maximal aerobic and anaerobic capacity start really to decrease after the fourth decade of life?” written by F Borrani, G Millet to the paper “Maximal aerobic power and anaerobic capacity in cycling across the age spectrum ...
  14. Aging: a portrait from gene expression profile in blood cells
  15. Erratum to: Maximal aerobic power and anaerobic capacity in cycling across the age spectrum in male master athletes
  16. Cardiovascular and Metabolic Responses to On-Water Upwind Sailing in Optimist Sailors
  17. Maximal aerobic power and anaerobic capacity in cycling across the age spectrum in male master athletes
  18. Gokyo Khumbu/Ama Dablam Trek 2012: effects of physical training and high-altitude exposure on oxidative metabolism, muscle composition, and metabolic cost of walking in women
  19. A low-cost method for estimating energy expenditure during soccer refereeing
  20. Effects of gravitational acceleration on cardiovascular autonomic control in resting humans
  21. Running Economy During a Simulated 60-km Trial
  22. Assessment of Physical Activity in Anorexia Nervosa and Treatment Outcome
  23. Cardiovascular re-adjustments and baroreflex response during clinical reambulation procedure at the end of 35-day bed rest in humans
  24. Determination of Maximal Lactate Steady State in Healthy Adults
  25. Cardiac output, O2 delivery and kinetics during step exercise in acute normobaric hypoxia
  26. Bioenergetics of Cyclic Sports Activities on Land
  27. Comparison between dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry and skinfolds thickness in assessing body fat in anorexia nervosa before and after weight restoration
  28. Energy expenditure during the LANY Footrace 2011 – a case study
  29. Effects of priming exercise on the speed of adjustment of muscle oxidative metabolism at the onset of moderate-intensity step transitions in older adults
  30. Energetics of running in top-level marathon runners from Kenya
  31. Resting energy expenditure assessment in anorexia nervosa: comparison of indirect calorimetry, a multisensor monitor and the Müller equation
  32. Resting Energy Expenditure in Anorexia Nervosa: Measured versus Estimated
  33. Improved V̇O2 uptake kinetics and shift in muscle fiber type in high-altitude trekkers
  34. Comment on “On the method of fitting cardiac output kinetics in severe exercise” by Richard L. Hughson and Azmy Faisal in Eur J Appl Physiol DOI 10.1007/s00421-010-1787-x
  35. Effects of acceleration in the Gz axis on human cardiopulmonary responses to exercise
  36. Commentaries on Viewpoint: The two-hour marathon: Who and when?
  37. Oxygen uptake, cardiac output and muscle deoxygenation at the onset of moderate and supramaximal exercise in humans
  38. Erratum to: Algorithms, modelling and $$ \dot{V}{\text{O}}_{2} $$ kinetics
  39. Cardiovascular determinants of maximal oxygen consumption in upright and supine posture at the end of prolonged bed rest in humans
  40. Energetics of swimming: a historical perspective
  41. Determinants of oxygen consumption during exercise on cycle ergometer: The effects of gravity acceleration
  42. Algorithms, modelling and $$ \dot{V}{\text{O}}_{ 2} $$ kinetics
  43. Comments on Point:Counterpoint: The kinetics of oxygen uptake during muscular exercise do/do not manifest time-delayed phases
  44. Pulmonary kinetics at the onset of exercise is faster when actual changes in alveolar O2 stores are considered
  45. Maximal O2 consumption: Effects of gravity withdrawal and resumption
  46. Identification of vascular responses to exercise and orthostatic stress in bed rest-induced cardiovascular deconditioning
  47. Oxygen deficits and oxygen delivery kinetics during submaximal intensity exercise in humans after 14 days of head-down tilt-bed rest
  48. Active and passive drag: the role of trunk incline
  49. Energy cost and efficiency of Venetian rowing on a traditional, flat hull boat (Bissa)
  50. Breath-by-breath changes of lung oxygen stores at rest and during exercise in humans
  51. Energy cost and mechanical efficiency of riding a human-powered recumbent bicycle
  52. Model based processing of cardiovascular variability applied to bed-rest case studies
  53. Metabolic and cardiovascular responses during sub-maximal exercise in humans after 14 days of head-down tilt bed rest and inactivity
  54. Phase I dynamics of cardiac output, systemic O2 delivery, and lung O2 uptake at exercise onset in men in acute normobaric hypoxia
  55. Energy balance of locomotion with pedal-driven watercraft
  56. The critical velocity in swimming
  57. Factors determining the time course of $${\dot{V}}\hbox{O}_{2\max}$$ decay during bedrest: implications for $${\dot{V}}\hbox{O}_{2\max}$$ limitation
  58. Improved delineation of morphological features of arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy with the use of contrast-enhanced echocardiography
  59. Bioenergetics of a Slalom Kayak (K1) Competition
  60. Seasonal training and heart rate and blood pressure variabilities in young swimmers
  61. Simultaneous determination of the kinetics of cardiac output, systemic O2 delivery, and lung O2 uptake at exercise onset in men
  62. Comment on Point:Counterpoint “In health and in a normoxic environment, V̇o2 max is/is not limited primarily by cardiac output and locomotor muscle blood flow”
  63. Comments on Point:Counterpoint “Positive effects of intermittent hypoxia (live high:train low) on exercise performance are/are not mediated primarily by augmented red cell volume”
  64. Alveolar oxygen uptake kinetics with step, impulse and ramp exercise in humans
  65. Energy cost of swimming of elite long-distance swimmers
  66. Cardiac output by Modelflow® method from intra-arterial and fingertip pulse pressure profiles
  67. Correction of cardiac output obtained by Modelflow® from finger pulse pressure profiles with a respiratory method in humans
  68. New acquisitions in the assessment of breath-by-breath alveolar gas transfer in humans
  69. Energy balance of human locomotion in water
  70. Breath-by-breath alveolar oxygen transfer at the onset of step exercise in humans: methodological implications
  71. New perspectives in breath-by-breath determination of alveolar gas exchange in humans
  72. Energy cost and mechanical efficiency of riding a four-wheeled, human-powered, recumbent vehicle
  73. Energy cost of front-crawl swimming at supra-maximal speeds and underwater torque in young swimmers
  74. Energetics of kayaking at submaximal and maximal speeds
  75. Physiological determinants of best performances in human locomotion
  76. Energetics of swimming at maximal speeds in humans
  77. Energetics of best performances in track cycling
  78. Effects of elastic recoil on maximal explosive power of the lower limbs
  79. Effects of microgravity on muscular explosive power of the lower limbs in humans
  80. Effects of altitude on top speeds during 1 h unaccompanied cycling
  81. Assessment of cardiac output from noninvasive determination of arterial pressure profile in subjects at rest
  82. Energy cost and efficiency of riding aerodynamic bicycles
  83. Effects of prolonged cycle ergometer exercise on maximal muscle power and oxygen uptake in humans
  84. Blood lactate during leg exercise in microgravity
  85. The energy cost of running increases with the distance covered
  86. Energy cost and efficiency of sculling a Venetian gondola