Epidemiology, pathomechanics, and prevention of athletic injuries to the cervical spine
The efficiency of human movement—a statement of the problem
Psychogenic factors and exercise metabolism
The relationship between mechanical and physiological energy estimates
Mechanical and muscular factors affecting the efficiency of human movement
A physiologist's view of running economy
Metabolic characteristics of skeletal muscle during detraining from competitive swimming
A comparison between free-weight and isokinetic bench pressing
Response of serum hormones to androgen administration in power athletes
Effect of fructose ingestion on muscle glycogen usage during exercise
Physiological responses to a 20-mile run under three fluid replacement treatments
Water intoxication
Maintenance of hamstring strength following knee surgery
Unaltered aerobic power and endurance following glucocorticoid-induced muscle atrophy
Endurance exercise modifies cachexia of tumor growth in rats
Effects of chronic β-adrenergic blockade on hemodynamic and metabolic responses to endurance training
Arlie V. Bock, Pioneer in Sports Medicine
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF TRAINING AND DETRAINING