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Effects of hypoxic interval training on cycling performance

Authors: Belle Roels, Grégoire P Millet, Christophe J L Marcoux, Olivier Coste, David J Bentley, Robin B Candau Impact factor: 2.86, Cited half life: 7.8, Immediacy index: 0.46 Journal: Medicine &amp Science in Sports &amp Exercise PURPOSE: The aim of … Continue reading

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High altitude simulation technology could correct metabolic syndrome

Oct 06,2010 – Dubai, UAE – 6 October, 2010: For decades, spending time in high altitude conditions has been the most successful natural method to effectively enhance oxygen absorption, transport and utilisation by the body. With the prevalence of type … Continue reading

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Leukocyte’s Hif-1 expression and training-induced erythropoietic response in swimmers

Authors: Rémi Mounier, Vincent Pialoux, Anne Cayre, Laurent Schmitt, Jean-Paul Richalet, Paul Robach, Françoise Lasne, Belle Roels, Grégoire Millet, Jean Coudert, Eric Clottes, Nicole Fellmann Impact factor: 2.86, Cited half life: 7.8, Immediacy index: 0.46 Journal: Medicine &amp Science in … Continue reading

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Hypoxia training available beyond altitude chambers

By: Mona Brown October 1, 2010 In recent months FAA Administrator Babbitt has promoted specific tailored hypoxia training, along with high-altitude handling, for commercial and private pilots who want to fly at high altitude. Indeed, FAA Title 14 of the … Continue reading

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Effects of intermittent hypoxic training on amino and fatty acid oxidative combustion in human permeabilized muscle fibers

Authors: Belle Roels, Claire Thomas, David J Bentley, Jacques Mercier, Maurice Hayot, Grégoire Millet Impact factor: 3.63, Cited half life: >10.0, Immediacy index: 0.8 Journal: Journal of Applied Physiology The effects of concurrent hypoxic/endurance training on mitochondrial respiration in permeabilized … Continue reading

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Effects of intermittent hypoxic training on cycling performance in well-trained athletes

Authors: Belle Roels, David J Bentley, Olivier Coste, Jacques Mercier, Grégoire P Millet Impact factor: 1.75, Cited half life: 8.4, Immediacy index: 0.25 Journal: Arbeitsphysiologie This study aimed to investigate the effects of a short-term period of intermittent hypoxic training … Continue reading

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Effect of intermittent hypoxic training on HIF gene expression in human skeletal muscle and leukocytes

Authors: Rémi Mounier, Vincent Pialoux, Belle Roels, Claire Thomas, Grégoire Millet, Jacques Mercier, Jean Coudert, Nicole Fellmann, Eric Clottes Impact factor: 1.75, Cited half life: 8.4, Immediacy index: 0.25 Journal: Arbeitsphysiologie Intermittent hypoxic exposure with exercise training is based on … Continue reading

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The relationship between monocarboxylate transporters 1 and 4 expression in skeletal muscle and endurance performance in athletes

Authors: David Bentley, Belle Roels, Claire Thomas, Robert Ives, Jacques Mercier, Grégoire Millet, David Cameron-Smith Journal: Arbeitsphysiologie The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between skeletal muscle monocarboxylate transporters 1 and 4 (MCT1 and MCT4) expression, skeletal … Continue reading

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Intermittent hypoxic training: risks versus benefits. A biomedical engineering point of view

2010 by Oleg Bassovitch Recently published Letter to the Editor titled “Intermittent hypoxic training: risks versus benefits” (Hinghofer-Szalkay, 2010) suggested inquiring into the  long-term risks of Intermittent Hypoxic Training” (IHT), that is also called Therapeutic Hypoxia (TH). The letter points … Continue reading

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Connection Involving VO2max And Altitude Training In Cycling

The outcomes of reside lower with sporadic subjection to hypoxia, train reduced instruction on efficiency of cyclists are discussed right here. Ongoing subjection to natural elevation may increase complications for the hurt athlete as well as common recovery could get … Continue reading

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