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  1. The effect of pedalling cadence on respiratory frequency: passive vs. active exercise of different intensities
  2. Surface Electromyography: What Limits Its Use in Exercise and Sport Physiology?
  3. Reproducibility of muscle fibre conduction velocity during linearly increasing force contractions
  4. Direct translation of findings in isolated animal preparations to in vivo human motoneuron behaviour is challenging
  5. Strength Training Increases Conduction Velocity of High-Threshold Motor Units
  6. The relative strength of common synaptic input to motor neurons is not a determinant of the maximal rate of force development in humans
  7. Respiratory Frequency as a Marker of Physical Effort During High-Intensity Interval Training in Soccer Players
  8. The increase in muscle force after 4 weeks of strength training is mediated by adaptations in motor unit recruitment and rate coding
  9. You are as fast as your motor neurons: speed of recruitment and maximal discharge of motor neurons determine the maximal rate of force development in humans
  10. The Effects of Quercetin Supplementation on Eccentric Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage
  11. Central nervous system modulates the neuromechanical delay in a broad range for the control of muscle force
  12. Respiratory frequency and tidal volume during exercise: differential control and unbalanced interdependence
  13. Higher muscle fiber conduction velocity and early rate of torque development in chronically strength-trained individuals
  14. Higher torque and muscle fibre conduction velocity of the Biceps Brachii in karate practitioners during isokinetic contractions
  15. Variability of estimates of muscle fiber conduction velocity and surface EMG amplitude across subjects and processing intervals
  16. The acute effect of Quercetin on muscle performance following a single resistance training session
  17. Chronic consumption of quercetin reduces erythrocytes oxidative damage: Evaluation at resting and after eccentric exercise in humans
  18. Distribution of muscle fibre conduction velocity for representative samples of motor units in the full recruitment range of the tibialis anterior muscle
  19. Associations between motor unit action potential parameters and surface EMG features
  20. CHO Mouth Rinsing Improves Neuromuscular Performance During Isokinetic Fatiguing Exercise
  21. Individual Optimal Frequency in Whole-Body Vibration: Effect of Protocol, Joint Angle, and Fatiguing Exercise
  22. Corticospinal Coherence During Frequency-Modulated Isometric Ankle Dorsiflexion
  23. Acute severe male hypo-testosteronemia affects central motor command in humans
  24. Repeated Kicking Actions in Karate: Effect on Technical Execution in Elite Practitioners
  25. Mechanical and electromyographic responses during the 3-min all-out test in competitive cyclists
  26. Effect of exercise training on neuromuscular function of elbow flexors and knee extensors of type 2 diabetic patients
  27. Agonist and antagonist muscle activation in elite athletes: influence of age
  28. Comparing Continuous and Intermittent Exercise: An “Isoeffort” and “Isotime” Approach
  29. Testosterone responses to standardized short-term sub-maximal and maximal endurance exercises: issues on the dynamic adaptive role of the hypothalamic-pituitary-testicular axis
  30. Differences in neuromuscular control between impact and no impact roundhouse kick in athletes of different skill levels
  31. Cardio-respiratory and electromyographic responses to ergometer and on-water rowing in elite rowers
  32. Neuromuscular function after muscle fatigue in Charcot–Marie–Tooth type 1A patients
  33. Motor modules in robot-aided walking
  34. Impulses of activation but not motor modules are preserved in the locomotion of subacute stroke patients
  35. Caffeine improves neuromuscular function during maximal dynamic exercise
  36. Charcot-Marie-Tooth 1A patients with low level of impairment have a higher energy cost of walking than healthy individuals
  37. Neuromuscular control adaptations in elite athletes: the case of top level karateka
  38. Non-invasive assessment of muscle fiber conduction velocity during an incremental maximal cycling test
  39. Effects of altered muscle temperature on neuromuscular properties in young and older women
  40. Neuromechanical evidence of improved neuromuscular control around knee joint in volleyball players
  41. Effect of Short-Term Creatine Supplementation on Neuromuscular Function
  42. Biceps brachii myoelectric and oxygenation changes during static and sinusoidal isometric exercises
  43. Tennis players show a lower coactivation of the elbow antagonist muscles during isokinetic exercises
  44. Muscle fibers conduction velocity in cycling: a cross correlation-based application for dynamic exercise
  45. Assessment of Maximal Cardiorespiratory Performance and Muscle Power in the Italian Olympic Judoka
  46. Neuromuscular responses to exercise investigated through surface EMG
  47. Muscle, Skeletal
  48. Coactivation of the elbow antagonist muscles is not affected by the speed of movement in isokinetic exercise
  49. Influence of high motor unit synchronization levels on non-linear and spectral variables of the surface EMG
  50. Applications in Exercise Physiology
  51. Differences in the force/endurance relationship between young and older men
  52. Differences between young and older women in maximal force, force fluctuations, and surface emg during isometric knee extension and elbow flexion
  53. Amplitude and spectral characteristics of biceps Brachii sEMG depend upon speed of isometric force generation
  54. Exercise induced muscle damage and recovery assessed by means of linear and non-linear sEMG analysis and ultrasonography
  55. Linear and non-linear analysis of surface electromyograms in weightlifters
  56. Detection of hidden rhythms in surface EMG signals with a non-linear time-series tool
  57. Cost of walking and locomotor impairment
  58. Erratum
  59. Force generation performance and motor unit recruitment strategy in muscles of contralateral limbs
  60. Surface EMG modifications after eccentric exercise
  61. Is the Olympic Boardsailor an Endurance Athlete?
  62. Human locomotor adjustments during perturbed walking
  63. Lumbar spine loading during half-squat exercises