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EXERCISE RESPONSES AT HIGH ALTITUDE: THE PIKES PEAK 1991 EXPERIMENT1
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND SYSTEMS PHYSIOLOGY: BUILDING THE BRIDGE2
BIOMECHANICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CYCLING BEHAVIOR 3
AFFECTIVE AND COGNITIVE CONCOMITANTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: WINDOWS INTO BRAIN FUNCTION THROUGH PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 4
EXERCISE GLYCOGEN DEPLETION PATTERNS IN TRAINED RATS ADAPTED TO A HIGH-FAT OR HIGH-CARBOHYDRATE DIET 5
ADAPTATIONS IN FAT AND CARBOHYDRATE TURNOVER AND OXIDATION FOLLOWING TRAINING6
THE INFLUENCE OF STARCH STRUCTURE ON GLYCOGEN RESYNTHESIS AND SUBSEQUENT CYCLING PERFORMANCE 7
EFFECT OF CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION ON GLUCOSE KINETICS DURING INTENSE EXERCISE IN TRAINED MEN 8
EFFECT OF ELEVATED [FFA] ON GLUCOSE UPTAKE AND LACTATE EFFLUX DURING SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE IN MAN 9
FUEL KINETICS DURING INTENSE RUNNING AND CYCLING IN TRIATHLETES INGESTING CARBOHYDRATE 10
EFFECT OF NIACIN ON ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE IN CYCLISTS 11
PREVALENCE OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY IN BRAZILIAN UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND SUPPORT EMPLOYEES 12
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, BONE QUALITY AND BONE QUANTITY IN PRE- AND PERI-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN 13
CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS AMONG PHYSICALLY ACTIVE AND INACTIVE HISPANICS14
AEROBIC EXERCISE AND AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE: A META-ANALYSIS15
DIFFERENCES IN NUTRITIONAL INTAKE, BODY COMPOSITION, AND EATING BEHAVIORS BETWEEN ACTIVE AND INACTIVE ADOLESCENT FEMALES 16
LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF AEROBIC FITNESS VALUES IN MIDDLE SCHOOL AFRICAN-AMERICAN GIRLS 17
AEROBIC TRAINING IN 10-YEAR-OLD AND ADULT FEMALES 18
EFFECT OF ENDURANCE TRAINING ON MUSCLE VOLUME AND Vo2MAX IN ADOLESCENT FEMALES 19
INTERVAL BETWEEN AGES AT PEAK HEIGHT VELOCITY AND MENARCHE IN GIRLS ACTIVE IN SPORT 20
MUSCLE POWER AND CYCLING SPEED IN 5-7 YEAR OLD CHILDREN BORN AT VERY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT (500-1500 GRAMS) 21
EFFECTS OF BRIEF INTENSE ANAEROBIC EXERCISE ON SERUM BASIC FIBROBLAST AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTORS 22
EXERCISE INDUCED RESPONSES OF GROWTH HORMONE, INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1, AND IGF-BINDING PROTEIN-3 23
EFFECTS OF GROWTH HORMONE, INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I, AND DIET+EXERCISE ON BODY COMPOSITION IN POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN 24
HABITUAL EXERCISE DOES NOT PREVENT THE AGE-ASSOCIATED DECLINE IN GROWTH HORMONE/INSULIN LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I 25
MODULATION OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I (IGF-I) mRNA EXPRESSION FOLLOWING ACUTE HEMIDIAPHRAGM DENERVATION 26
OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE IN RETIRED ELITE AUSTRALIAN RULES FOOTBALLERS27
THE COMPETITIVE BASKETBALL PLAYERS' KNEES: PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING SCAN ANALYSIS 28
A TWOFOLD REDUCTION IN THE INCIDENCE OF ANKLE SPRAINS IN VOLLEYBALL AFTER INTRODUCTION OF A PREVENTION PROGRAM 29
ANTERIOR TIBIAL STRESS FRACTURE PROGRESSING TO COMPLETE FRACTURE: A CASE REPORT 30
INCREASED BONE TURNOVER IN ATHLETES WITH STRESS FRACTURES 31
ANKLE ARTHRITIS PRESENTING AS ACHILLES TENDINITIS IN ATHLETES OVER 3032
A REVIEW OF TWENTY CASES OF OBTURATOR ENTRAPMENT NEUROPATHY AS A CAUSE OF GROIN PAIN 33
PREDICTING FUNCTIONAL TASKS PERFORMANCE AMONG OLDER ADULTS FROM STRENGTH AND JOINT PAIN 34
APPLICATION OF A CHAIR STEP TEST TO ASSESS CARDIOVASCULAR STATUS IN FRAIL NURSING HOME RESIDENTS 35
RELIABILITY OF AN AEROBIC MOVEMENT TEST IN CHILDREN WITH SPINA BIFIDA36
DETERMINANTS OF PERCEIVED FITNESS OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS 37
ASSESSMENT OF SATISFACTION WITH PHYSICAL FITNESS IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS 38
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-REPORTED PHYSICAL FUNCTIONING AND OBJECTIVE PHYSICAL FITNESS MEASURES IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS 39
INCREASED RESTING AND EXERCISE INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS IN YOUNG INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETIC MEN: RELATIONSHIP TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY40
EFFECTS OF A RESISTANCE TRAINING PROGRAM: INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETICS VS NONDIABETICS 41
WORK OF BREATHING AND RECOVERY ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN ADULTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS AND DIABETES MELLITUS 42
CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSE DURING STEADY STATE EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIAC TRANSPLANT 43
THE MYTH OF THE BILATERAL DEFICIT 44
THE EFFECTS OF HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE ON MIDLINE CROSSING ABILITY 45
LOWER EXTREMITY FUNCTION ASSESSED BY A 4-METER WALK IN PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE PATIENTS 46
EFFECTS OF THE ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AQUATIC PROGRAM (AFAP) ON POSTURAL STABILITY IN WOMEN WITH ARTHRITIS 47
THE EFFECTS OF A FLEXIBILITY PROGRAM ON LOW BACK PAIN 48
ISOMETRIC AND ISOKINETIC LEG STRENGTH OF YOUTHS WITH AND WITHOUT MENTAL RETARDATION 49
ISOKINETIC STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS IN CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT MENTAL RETARDATION 50
THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ELECTROMYOGRAPHY, ACOUSTIC MYOGRAPHY, AND OXYGEN CONSUMPTION DURING INCREMENTAL CYCLE ERGOMETRY 51
ISOKINETIC HAMSTRINGS AND QUADRICEPS EVALUATION OF ARGENTINE ELITE SOCCER PLAYERS 52
A COMPARISON OF TWO MEASURES OF EXPLOSIVE POWER 53
THE EFFECTS OF GRADE ON THE COST COEFFICIENT DURING HUMAN RUNNING54
INFLUENCE OF PROLONGED INTERMITTENT HIGH INTENSITY RUNNING ON LEG STRENGTH55
A NEW CONCEPT FOR ISOKINETIC HAMSTRING/QUADRICEPS STRENGTH RATIO 56
THE EFFECT OF ANKLE POSTURE ON SIT-AND-REACH TEST PERFORMANCE 57
SITTING VERSUS STANDING ISOKINETIC TRUNK EXTENSION AND FLEXION PEAK TORQUE 58
EXAMINATION OF THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF A NEW BLOOD LACTATE ANALYZER59
PLASMA CREATINE KINASE (PCK) RESPONSE OF 18- TO 30- YEAR-OLD AFRICAN-AMERICAN MEN TO ECCENTRIC EXERCISE 60
RELIABILITY OF TEN NEW TESTS FOR ASSESSING FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE AND STRENGTH IN OLDER ADULTS 61
EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING ON THE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS OF ADOLESCENTS62
THREE YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF CHANGES IN AEROBIC FITNESS DURING PUBERTY: THE MUSCATINE STUDY 63
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NOCTURNAL GROWTH HORMONE RELEASE AND BODY COMPOSITION IS MATURATION DEPENDENT 64
AGE AND PEAK TORQUE IN YOUNG WRESTLERS 65
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLOOD LIPIDS, CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AND DIETARY QUALITY IN 9-11 YR. OLD SICILIAN CHILDREN 66
EXERCISE INTENSITY REGULATION VIA EXERTIONAL PERCEPTIONS AND PREFERENCES IN PRE-PUBERTAL BOYS AND YOUNG MEN 67
PREDICTORS OF 20 METRE SHUTTLE RUN TEST PERFORMANCE AND SUBSEQUENT AEROBIC POWER ESTIMATION IN CHILDREN 68
THE USE OF A FACE MASK BREATHING VALVE DURING EXERCISE TESTING IN CHILDREN69
CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO TREADMILL AND CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS 70
THE INFLUENCE OF HEART RATE AND RUNNING SPEED ON STEADY-STATE AEROBIC PERFORMANCE IN ADOLESCENTS 71
THE IMPACT OF STRUCTURED EXERCISE ON SPONTANEOUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, MEASURED BY TRITRAC, IN OBESE ADOLESCENT BOYS 72
INCREASES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CARBOHYDRATE CONSUMPTION IN GRADE SCHOOL CHILDREN 73
A COMPARISON OF THE AEROBIC FITNESS BENEFITS AFTER NINE WEEKS OF RUNNING OR IN-LINE SKATE TRAINING 74
PRE-ENROLLMENT HEALTH SCREENING AT FITNESS CENTERS: STATE OF THE PRACTICE 75
STAFFING AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES IN FITNESS CENTERS OFFERING EXERCISE PROGRAMS FOR THE ELDERLY AND PERSONS WITH HEART DISEASE 76
EFFECTS OF 12 WEEKS OF STATIONARY CYCLING, TREADMILL WALKING, STEPPING, OR SIMULATED CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING ON AEROBIC CAPACITY AND BODY COMPOSITION 77
THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING USING CYCLE ERGOMETRY, STAIRSTEPPING, AND TREADMILL WALKING IN PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE PATIENTS 78
THE EFFECTS OF 16 WEEKS OF CROSS TRAINING ON RESTING BLOOD PRESSURE IN FIREFIGHTER RECRUITS 79
A COMPARISON OF THE PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSES WHEN EXERCISING ON FOUR COMMON EXERCISE MODALITIES AT A SELF-SELECTED OR SELF-PREFERRED EXERCISE INTENSITY 80
TIME COURSE CHANGES AND DISSOCIATION IN VO2 AT MAXIMUM AND SUBMAXIMUM EXERCISE LEVELS AS A RESULT OF TRAINING IN MALES 81
A RECOMMENDED EXERCISE TIME AND FREQUENCY TO REDUCE CORONARY RISK FACTORS IN JAPANESE MALES 82
EFFECT OF ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ON PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE AND RESPONSES TO EXERCISE 83
AN EVALUATION OF TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRAINING ON VO2max, BODY COMPOSITION AND LIPIDS 84
INFLUENCE OF FITNESS LEVEL ON THE RELATIVE INTENSITY FOR PEAK FAT UTILIZATION 85
RELIABILITY OF EXERCISE CARDIAC OUTPUT MEASURES USING A SEMI-AUTOMATED CO2 REBREATHING SYSTEM 86
INTER-LABORATORY RELIABILITY OF VO2MAX AND SUBMAXIMAL MEASUREMENTS87
ESTIMATION OF ARM MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE (VO2max) FROM SUBMAXIMAL ARM ERGOMETER EXERCISE 88
PREDICTION OF PERFORMANCE IN THE 5,000 m RUN BY MEANS OF LABORATORY AND FIELD TESTS IN MALE DISTANCE RUNNERS 89
INTER AND INTRA-TESTER RELIABILITY IN THE DETERMINATION OF THE VENTILATORY THRESHOLDS IN LONG-DISTANCE RUNNERS 90
NUMBER OF TRIALS NECESSARY FOR THE CRITICAL VELOCITY TEST 91
Maximal oxygen uptake is higher during bench stepping exercise than during cycle ergometer exercise 92
DEVELOPMENT OF A SUBMAXIMAL ARM ERGOMETRY TEST TO PREDICT UPPER BODY AEROBIC POWER 93
PREDICTING THE METABOLIC COST OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE 94
COMPARISON OF% HEART RATE RESERVE WITH%VO2max AND%VO2 RESERVE95
BRUCE VERSUS BALKE EXERCISE TEST COMPARISONS: METABOLIC, HEART RATE, AND PERCEPTION RESPONSES 96
Relationship of Blood Lactate to Selected Physiological Variables during the I-Mile Walk Test with Elderly 97
AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ENERGY EXPENDITURE DURING RAMP CARDIOPULMONARY EXERCISE TESTING 98
THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE CALTRAC™ ACTIVITY MONITOR DURING STATIONARY CYCLING 99
THE EFFECT OF BREATHRITE AIDS ON ACUTE ANAEROBIC PERFORMANCE AND RECOVERY100
CRITICAL VELOCITY IS MINIMAL VELOCITY 101
THE EFFECTS OF ELECTRODE CONFIGURATION ON THE PHYSICAL WORKING CAPACITY AT THE FATIGUE THRESHOLD (PWCFT) 102
AN EVALUATION OF THE SR3200 SPORTS RADAR GUN 103
SAFETY OF GRADED EXERCISE TESTING IN CHILDREN WITH CARDIAC DISEASE104
EFFECTS OF FITNESS AND HYPERTENSION ON DOUBLE PRODUCT RESPONSE DURING GRADED EXERCISE 105
COMPARISON OF TWO METHODS TO ESTIMATE EXERCISE CAPACITY USING RAMP PROTOCOL106
THE INFLUENCE OF SUBMAXIMAL BLOOD LACTATE MEASURES ON VO2MAX ESTIMATES USING A SUBMAXIMAL CYCLE BRANCHING PROTOCOL 107
DEVELOPMENT OF A SUBMAXIMAL HEIGHT-ADJUSTED STEP TEST FOR PEOPLE UNDERGOING REHABILITATION 108
HEART RATE KINETICS DURING SUDDEN STRENUOUS EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE 109
Beta Blockers Do Not Dissociate Ventilatory and Double Product Thresholds During RAMP Treadmill Testing of Patients with Heart Disease 110
ANAEROBIC PARAMETERS USING A MODIFIED WINGATE TEST IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE 111
COMPARISON OF FREE RANGE AND GRADED EXERCISE TESTING 112
EFFECTS OF SAMPLING INTERVAL ON PEAK OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN PATIENTS EVALUATED FOR HEART TRANSPLANTATION 113
ACCURACY OF ESTIMATING MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN MALE CARDIAC PATIENTS ON BETA-BLOCKER THERAPY 114
ESTIMATION OF PEAK OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN CARDIAC PATIENTS UNDERGOING RAMP TREADMILL TESTING 115
LOW- AND HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE: EFFECTS ON CARDIAC FUNCTION AND EFFICIENCY OF ELDERLY POST-CABG PATIENTS 116
A COMPARISON OF PEAK ˙VO2 AND HR DURING UPPER BODY PEDALING VERSUS ARM CRANK ERGOMETRY 117
ESTIMATION OF PEAK ˙VO2 IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE USING THE ACSM METABOLIC EQUATION 118
INTERPRETATION OF THE EXERCISE ECG IN PATIENTS WITH RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK119
EFFECTS OF AMLODIPINE ON EXERCISE PERFORMANCE, CARDIOVASCULAR AND SKELETAL MUSCLE FUNCTION IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS 120
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC RESPONSES TO DEER HUNTING VIA HOLTER MONITORING 121
BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCTION IN HYPERTENSIVE MALES FOLLOWING EXERCISE: IMPACT OF EXERCISE INTENSITY 122
EFFECTS OF CYCLING CADENCE ON VO2 KINETICS AND DELTA EFFICIENCY 123
SLOWER KINETICS OF MUSCLE BLOOD FLOW AND ˙VO2 ARE ACCOMPANIED BY GREATER VENOUS BLOOD LACTATE 124
DETERMINATION OF RESPIRATORY QUOTIENT FROM VO2 KINETICS DURING SUPRA-LACTATE THRESHOLD EXERCISE 125
MUSCLE ENZYMATIC ADAPTATIONS TO SPRINT INTERVAL TRAINING 126
LACTATE REMOVAL IN NON-STIMULATED PERFUSED SKELETAL MUSCLE AFTER ENDURANCE TRAINING 127
EFFECT OF ACUTE ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON MUSCLE GLYCOGEN CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE DURING SUBSEQUENT RESISTANCE EXERCISE 128
THE RESPIRATORY EXCHANGE RATIO DURING EXERCISE AT GRADED RELATIVE POWER OUTPUTS, IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS, DURING FED AND FASTED STATES129
ABDOMINAL ADIPOSITY AND CHANGE IN GLUCOSE TOLERANCE WITH TRAINING IN HEALTHY OLDER PEOPLE 130
THE ACUTE AND CHRONIC HORMONAL RESPONSES OF YOUNGER VS. OLDER MEN TO PERIODIZED STRENGTH/POWER TRAINING 131
EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE INGESTION ON ENERGY EXPENDITURE, BLOOD PRESSURE, HEART RATE, AND MOOD STATE IN OLDER WOMEN 132
EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE ON SERUM LIPOPROTEIN METABOLISM AND BODY COMPOSITION OF OLDER ADULTS 133
AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITION AND LIPIDS ARE ABSENT IN MASTER ATHLETES MAINTAINING TRAINING 134
THE POWER OF EXAMPLE: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS IN PARENTS AND THEIR CHILDREN 135
A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF PREDICTORS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY BEHAVIOR IN RURAL YOUTH 136
TRACKING OF HIGH RISK PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS STATUS IN RURAL YOUTH137
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL FITNESS LEVEL AT PUBERTY AND AT YOUNG ADULT LIFE 138
EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY OF THE PROXIMAL FEMUR IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY 139
PHYSICAL FITNESS COMPARISON AMONG ADOLESCENTS GIRLS FROM DIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS 140
COMBINED TIME AND FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF THE SIGNAL-AVERAGED ELECTROCARDIOGRAM IN TOP-LEVEL ATHLETES WITH VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS141
NON-LINEAR DYNAMICS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY DURING EXERCISE 142
SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV) AT REST AND DURING EXERCISE: RELIABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY 143
SPONTANEOUS BAROREFLEX (SBR) FUNCTION AT REST AND DURING EXERCISE: RELIABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY 144
EFFECTS OF FITNESS AND DIFFERENT IN-FLIGHT EXERCISE MODALITIES ON POSTFLIGHT ORTHOSTATIC HEART RATES 145
GROWTH HORMONE (GH) RESPONSE TO REPEATED BOUTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE146
EFFECTS OF HIGH VOLUMINOUS TRAINING AND HYPOCALORIC DIETS ON THE HYPOTHALAMO-PITUITARY-THYROIDAL AXIS IN FEMALE ATHLETES 147
ADAPTATIONS IN THE EXERCISE-INDUCED GROWTH HORMONE RESPONSE ARE SPECIFIC TO TRAINING MODE AND VOLUME 148
EFFECT OF DIET ON EXERCISE-INDUCED GROWTH HORMONE (GH) RELEASE 149
SERUM AMINO ACID AND HORMONAL RESPONSES TO TRAINING IN MALE POWER ATHLETES150
FUNCTIONAL KNEE BRACE ALTERS HIP AND KNEE TORQUES IN ACL-INJURED SUBJECTS DURING WALKING 151
Changes Over Time in Plantar Pressure of Women Using Semi-Rigid Orthotics for Excessive Forefoot Varus 152
PROPHYLACTIC ANKLE SUPPORT AFFECTS ANKLE JOINT KINEMATICS DURING LANDING153
ANKLE BRACES CHANGE THE SPECTRAL QUALITIES OF SWAY 154
ARTHROSONOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS OF RUPTURES OF THE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT 155
MECHANISMS OF INJURIES TO THE ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT 156
DIFFERENCES IN SELECTED PREDICTORS OF ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT TEARS BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS 157
NEUROMUSCULAR PERFORMANCE DURING DYNAMIC TESTS AFTER ACL-SURGERY158
EFFECT OF WEIGHT BEARING ON RETURN OF VASTUS MEDIALIS FUNCTION TWO WEEKS FOLLOWING ACL RECONSTRUCTION 159
THE EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION AND VOLUNTARY EXERCISE ON THE QUADRICEPS MUSCLE AFTER KNEE SURGERY 160
OLYMPIC SPORTS MEDICINE ISSUES 161
CARDIOVASCULAR CONTROL BY REFLEXES FROM EXERCISING MUSCLES 162
Exercise and Immune Function: Potential Role in Infection and Cancer 163
REGULATION OF MUSCLE PROTEIN IN TRANSGENIC ANIMALS 164
THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE ON HDL-C AND HDL SUBFRACTIONS IN MODERATELY TRAINED FEMALES 165
DELAYED EFFECTS OF EXERCISE SESSIONS OF DIFFERENT ENERGY EXPENDITURE ON HDL-CHOLESTEROL 166
ENERGY EXPENDITURE THRESHOLD FOR A CHANGE IN HIGH DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL DURING A SINGLE SESSION OF EXERCISE 167
SHORT TERM TRAINING DECREASES PLASMA CHOLESTERYL ESTER TRANSFER PROTEIN 168
INFLUENCE OF STRENUOUS ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON CHOLESTERYL ESTER TRANSFER PROTEIN AND HDL METABOLISM IN SERUM 169
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND TYPE A BEHAVIOR: CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO STRUCTURED INTERVIEW 170
AEROBIC TRAINING RESULTS IN ENHANCED CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY TO BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGE IN WOMEN WITH A PARENTAL HISTORY OF HYPERTENSION 171
AEROBIC FITNESS PREDICTS CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY TO SIMULATED FIREARMS USAGE SITUATIONS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 172
PSYCHOLOGIC CONSEQUENCES OF EXERCISE DEPRIVATION IN HABITUAL EXERCISERS173
INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PERFORMED IN A NATURALISTIC SETTING ON ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION* 174
AFFECTIVE AND METABOLIC RESPONSES TO AUTOGENIC RELAXATION AND QUIET REST IN THE SEATED AND SUPINE POSITIONS 175
INFLUENCE OF AN ANTIOXIDANT NUTRIENT FORTIFIED FOOD PRODUCT AND STRENUOUS EXERCISE ON ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME SYSTEMS 176
DEPLETION AND RESYNTHESIS OF ANTIOXIDANTS FOLLOWING EXERCISE 177
Correlation between plasma fatty acids and the immunologic response to exercise in endurance trained athletes 178
EFFECTS OF DIET ON PLASMA GLUCOSE, FREE FATTY ACIDS, AND AMINO ACIDS DURING AN ULTRAMARATHON 179
THE EFFECT OF PRE-EXERCISE CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION ON ANAEROBIC EXERCISE180
COGNITIVE IMPACT OF RAPID WEIGHT LOSS IN COLLEGIATE WRESTLERS 181
COMPARISON OF TOTAL BODY BONE MINERAL, LEAN MASS AND FAT MASS BETWEEN ACTIVE AND INACTIVE POST-MENARCHEAL GIRLS 182
THE EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAM IN BODY COMPOSITION ON DOWN SYNDROME SUBJECTS 183
DIETARY RESTRICTION DURING MAINTENANCE RESISTANCE TRAINING PRODUCES LOSS OF LEAN BODY MASS IN STRENGTH-TRAINED MEN 184
EFFECTS OF FEEDING PATTERN AND EXERCISE ON MAMMARY GLAND WEIGHT AND CARCASS ENERGY 185
RELATIONSHIP OF REGIONAL SOFT TISSUE DISTRIBUTION TO INSULIN RESPONSE186
18-WKS WEIGHT-TRAINING DECREASED ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND HEART RATE DURING CONTINUOUS AND INTERMITTENT EXERCISE 187
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN'S AND THEIR PARENTS IN ARGENTINA: RISK FACTOR CONDITIONANT 188
AGE-RELATED DECLINE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OBESE AND NONOBESE CHILDREN189
PHYSICALACTIVITY DECREASES DURING THE ADOLESCENT YEARS: RESULTS FROM A LONGITUDINAL STUDY 190
SEASONAL VARIATION IN ADOLESCENT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 191
A STUDY TO MEASURE KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG HEALTH AND LEISURE PROFESSIONALS 192
ASSOCIATION OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS IN ADOLESCENTS: ANALYSIS OF 1992 YRBS DATA 193
POTENTIAL MISCLASSIFICATION OF ADOLESCENTS AS SEDENTARY USING THE YRBSS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SELF-REPORT INSTRUMENT 194
COMPARATIVE TECHNIQUES IN MEASURING ADOLESCENT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY195
TRITRAC-R3D® ESTIMATES OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE AT REST AND DURING EXERCISE IN WOMEN 196
VALIDITY OF THE GODIN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY QUESTIONNAIRE IN ASSESSING LEISURE TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 197
CALTRAC® RELIABILITY WHEN ESTIMATING CALORIC EXPENDITURE DURING RESISTANCE CIRCUIT TRAINING 198
EVALUATION OF THE HEALTH PLAN ACTIVITY SURVEY 199
MAINTENANCE OF TOTAL BLOOD VOLUME WITH AGE IN FEMALE ENDURANCE ATHLETES200
ELEVATED RESTING METABOLIC RATE IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN201
THE INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE AND OVARIECTOMY ON FOOD SELECTION IN RATS202
ACTIVE MUSCLE MASS AND THE AGE-RELATED DECLINE IN ˙VO2max203
EFFECTS OF AGING ON CONTRACTILITY OF SINGLE MUSCLE FIBERS: MODULATORY INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 204
BLOOD GAS RESPONSES IN ELDERLY MEN DURING INTERMITTENT AND CONTINUOUS EXERCISE 986
THE NON-MEDICAL USE OF ANDROGENS ON THE UNITED STATES/MEXICAN BORDER205
THE EFFECT OF HIGH-DOSE EPHEDRINE HCL ON HIGH-INTENSITY TREADMILL PERFORMANCE206
EFFECT OF TERFENADINE AND DIPHENHYDRAMINE ON COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE AT REST AND DURING LIGHT EXERCISE 207
WEIGHT LIFTERS' KNOWLEDGE, BELIEFS, AND PERCEPTIONS ABOUT ANABOLIC STEROIDS208
CARDIAC DIMENSIONS AND FUNCTION ARE NOT AFFECTED BY EIGHT WEEKS ANDROGENIC-ANABOLIC STEROID USE 209
EFFECT OF EIGHT WEEKS ANDROGENIC-ANABOLIC STEROIDS USE ON CIRCUMFERENCES IN NON ELITE BODYBUILDERS 210
EIGHT WEEKS USE OF ANDROGENIC-ANABOLIC STEROIDS INCREASES FIBRINOLYTIC ACTIVITY IN BODYBUILDERS 211
EFFECTS OF SERIAL DOSAGES OF CAFFEINE ON EXERCISE VENTILATION RESPONSES212
EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE ON FUEL UTILIZATION IN TRAINED AND HABITUAL CAFFEINE CONSUMING FEMALES 213
EFFECTS OF INGESTING A LEAN MASS PROMOTING SUPPLEMENT DURING RESISTANCE TRAINING ON ISOKINETIC PERFORMANCE 214
THE EFFECT OF CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON TWO 700-M MAXIMAL RUNNING BOUTS215
The Effects of Chromion Nicotinamide on Body Composition and Resting BMR of Sedentary Females 216
THE EFFECTS OF 90 DAYS OF Km SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE AEROBIC CAPACITY AND GENERAL WELL-BEING OF HEALTHY ADULTS 217
METHIONINE SUPPLEMENTATION EFFECTS ON STRENGTH-GAINS IN WELL-TRAINED WEIGHT-LIFTERS 218
BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINO ACID (BCAA) SUPPLEMENTATION IMPROVES ENDURANCE CAPACITIES AND RPE 219
CARBOHYDRATE FEEDINGS IMPROVE 1 H TIME TRIAL CYCLING PERFORMANCE* 221
CARBOHYDRATE PASTE INGESTION DURING PROLONGED TREADMILL RUNNING 222
USE OF NUTRIENT-RELATED SUPPLEMENTS IN FEMALE COLLEGIATE CYCLISTS223
INTRAVENOUS VS. ORAL REHYDRATION: EFFECTS ON SUBSEQUENT EXERCISE-HEAT STRESS 224
MEASUREMENT OF TOTAL GASTRIC VOLUME AND EMPTYING USING MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING 225
HEMATOCRIT, HEMOGLOBIN, AND ESTIMATED PLASMA VOLUME RESPONSES TO TWO WEIGHT LIFTING PROTOCOLS 226
INCREASE IN PLASMA PROTEIN DURING RECOVERY FROM EXERCISE 227
ELIMINATION OF POST-EXERCISE HYPOTENSION IMPAIRS PLASMA VOLUME (PV) RECOVERY 228
GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS DURING EXERCISE IN THE HEAT: RESPONSES TO ORAL AND INTRAVENOUS REHYDRATION 229
THE EFFECT OF INSULIN INJECTION SITE SELECTION ON POST-EXERCISE BLOOD GLUCOSE RESPONSES OF DIABETIC CHILDREN 230
CHEST PAIN AND EXERCISE-INDUCED ASTHMA IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: AN UPDATE 231
GENDER DIFFERENCES ON PULMONARY FUNCTION, WEIGHT AND BODY FAT PARAMETERS AT CAMP FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS PATIENTS: 6 YEAR DATA 232
THE EFFECTS OF LT INTENSITY EXERCISE TRAINING ON CARDIOPULMONARY FUNCTION IN OBESE CHILDREN 233
A COMPARISON OF ASTHMA, ALLERGIES, AND RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS BETWEEN COMPETITIVE SWIMMERS AND NON-SWIMMING COMPETITIVE ATHLETES 234
DECREASE IN BLOOD GLUCOSE IN ADOLESCENTS WITH IDDM AS A FUNCTION OF INITIAL BLOOD GLUCOSE, WITH AND WITHOUT CHO INGESTION 235
CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO EXERCISE AFTER THE VENOUS SWITCH OPERATION FOR TRANSPORTATION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES 236
ALLOMETRIC SCALING OF VO2 PEAK IN OBESE AND NON-OBESE YOUTH237
SEX AND RACE DIFFERENCES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, AEROBIC FITNESS, AND BODY COMPOSITION AMONG FIFTH GRADE CHILDREN 238
TELEVISION VIEWING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS IN YOUTH 239
DEVELOPMENT OF PRINCIPAL MOTOR MOVEMENTS CONTROLLING BALL KICKING PERFORMANCE240
COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS IN TRADITIONAL AND INDOOR PLAY IN 6-10 YEAR OLDS 241
CARDIAC VAGAL ACTIVITY RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN 7-12 YEAR OLD AFRICAN-AMERICAN CHILDREN 242
EXPLAINING DIFFERENCES IN THE METABOLIC COST OF LOCOMOTION AMONG THREE AGE GROUPS OF CHILDREN 243
EFFECT OF SIX WEEK SPRINT AND ENDURANCE TRAINING PROGRAMS ON PREPUBESCENT CHILDREN 244
TOTAL DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND PATTERNS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ADOLESCENTS: A COMPARISION BETWEEN TWO FIELD METHODS 245
GLYCOGEN LEVELS ARE INCREASED IN SOME MUSCLES OF CALORIE RESTRICTED RATS: IMPLICATIONS FOR EXERCISE AND WEIGHT LOSS 246
VARIABILITY IN 24 HOUR ENERGY EXPENDITURE: WITHIN and BETWEEN SEASONS247
DOES LONG-TERM MODERATE EXERCISE INCREASE CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE? 248
OXYGEN COST OF GRADE WALKING IN OVER WEIGHT WOMEN 249
THE USE OF INTERACTIVE TELEVISION IN AN ADOLESCENT WEIGHT REDUCTION AND EXERCISE PROGRAM 250
A SINGLE BOUT OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE INCREASES BASAL METABOLIC RATE IN HEALTHY 60-70 YEAR OLD MEN 251
LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF 10-YEAR WEIGHT CHANGE IN A LARGE FEDERAL WORKFORCE252
DEHYDRATION: DOES IT INFLUENCE RESTING METABOLIC RATE? 253
THE USE OF A THREE DIMENSIONAL (BIOTRAINER™) ACCELEROMETER TO MONITOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OBESE, DIETING WOMEN 254
Exercise and Postexercise Substrate Oxidation in Young Women Resulting from Exercise Bouts of Different Intensities 255
RESTING METABOLIC RATE (RMR) AND WORK EFFICIENCY IN ENDURANCE AND RECREATIONAL FEMALE ATHLETES WITH DIFFERING ENERGY INTAKES 256
CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING AND ITS EFFECTS ON EXCESS POSTEXERCISE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION 257
THE USE OF A THREE DIMENSIONAL (BIO-TRAINER™) ACCELEROMETER TO MEASURE GRADED WALKING IN OBESE WOMEN 258
THERMOGENIC RESPONSE TO EPHEDRINE+ CAFFEINE IN OBESE WOMEN WITH DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF REGIONAL ADIPOSITY 259
THE EFFECT OF DIET ON THE RATE OF LIPOLYSIS IN OMENTAL ADIPOSE TISSUE 260
EFFECT OF VOLUNTARY WHEEL RUNNING ON BODY WEIGHT GAIN AND FOOD INTAKE IN OSBORNE-MENDEL (OM) AND S5B/PL RATS 261
THE EFFECTS OF 8 WEEKS OF AEROBIC TRAINING ON THE OXYGEN COST OF WALKING OR RUNNING AT LOW LEVEL SPEEDS IN SEDENTARY FEMALES? 262
THE ENERGY COST OF CONCURRENT TRAINING 263
KINEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF LONG JUMP IN TAKEOFF PHASE 264
A BIOMECHANICAL INVESTIGATION OF PERFORMER ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT FLOOR SURFACES 265
REARFOOT MOTION IN SOCCER PLAYERS WITH EXCESSIVE PRONATION UNDER FOUR EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS 266
THE FUNCTION OF THE LONG HEAD OF THE BICEPS AT THE SHOULDER 267
EFFECTS OF THE BACKPACK LOAD ON THE GAIT PATTERN 268
CAN THE HAMSTRING MUSCLES REDUCE ACL-LOADING DURING A SIDE-CUTTING MANEUVER? 269
ARM MOTION EFFECTS ON LOWER EXTREMITY ANGULAR KINETICS DURING COUNTERMOVEMENT VERTICAL JUMPS 270
COMPARISON OF THREE METHODS OF DETERMINING LOWER LIMB NATURAL PENDULAR PERIOD271
UPPER AND LOWER LIMB OSCILLATORY BEHAVIOR AND ANTHROPOMETRICS, AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS TO GAIT 272
A PRODUCT EVALUATION OF WOMEN'S ATHLETIC WEAR USING THREE DIMENSIONAL KINEMATIC ANALYSIS 273
EFFECT OF LOCAL ANESTHETIC BLOCKADE ON PASSIVE STIFFNESS AND EMG OF THE HUMAN ELBOW FLEXORS 274
THE EFFECT OF RACING SHOE MIDSOLE COMPOSITION ON UPHILL, DOWNHILL AND LEVEL RUNNING ECONOMY 275
`SUBSTANTIAL COMMONALITY' IN MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF TRUNK ROTATION IN GOLF SWINGS OF ELITE GOLFERS 276
MECHANICAL ENERGETICS OF KICKING 277
RECONSTRUCTING DIGITAL SIGNALS USING THE SHANNON SAMPLING THEOREM ALGORITHM278
ACTIVE DRAG MEASUREMENTS IN ELITE U.S. SWIMMERS 279
CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMING STARTS: INJURY PREVENTION 280
THEORETICAL HIP AND KNEE EXTENSOR TORQUES AS A FUNCTION OF PREFERRED HIP ANGLE AND CRANK ANGLE IN CYCLISTS 281
ISOKINETIC EVALUATION OF THE SHOULDER ROTATORS OF COMPETITIVE TRAP SHOOTERS282
INCREASED GLUTEAL MUSCLE FATIGABILITY OF THE LOW BACK PAIN PATIENTS DURING STATIC BACK ENDURANCE TEST AT SEATED POSTURE 283
PREDICTION OF RUNNING ECONOMY AT SELECTED RUNNING VELOCITIES AMONG MALES AND FEMALES 284
CONTRIBUTION OF GUT AND LIVER TO PLASMA GLUTAMINE FLUX DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE 285
NUTRITIONAL STATUS AFFECTS BRANCHED-CHAIN KETO ACID DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY DURING EXERCISE IN HUMANS 286
TREADMILL ENDURANCE OF STANDARDBRED HORSES INFUSED WITH TRYPTOPHAN AND/OR GLUCOSE 287
ENDURANCE TRAINING DOES NOT AFFECT GLUTATHIONE OR VITAMIN E STATUS IN HUMAN MUSCLE 288
EFFECT OF HIGH ALTITUDE AND SEA LEVEL TRAINING ON PROTEIN OXIDATION IN SKELETAL MUSCLE OF RATS 289
IMPROVED CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES OF TWO “COMPLETE” PARAPLEGICS FOLLOWING 12 WEEKS OF UNASSISTED LEG CYCLE TRAINING 290
Echocardiographic Evaluation of arm Versus arm and Electrically Induced Leg Cycling Exercise In Paraplegics 291
CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO ELECTRICALLY INDUCED CYCLING IN SPINAL CORD INJURED INDIVIDUALS 292
CIRCULATORY RESPONSES DURING HAND AND FOOT COLD PRESSOR TESTS IN PARAPLEGICS AND CONTROLS 293
VALIDATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS FIELD TESTS IN CHILDREN WITH MENTAL RETARDATION 294
CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS AS RELATED TO LEG STRENGTH IN YOUTHS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION 295
DECLINE IN FORCE/AREA OF THE HUMAN QUADRICEPS BEGINS DURING LATE MIDDLE AGE296
Mechanisms Underlying Enhanced Left Ventricular Performance to Exercise Training in Older Men 297
ELEVATED HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A POSSIBLE CARDIOPROTECTIVE EFFECT? 298
CONTRIBUTION OF MUSCLE OXIDATIVE ACTIVITY TO THE DECLINE IN VO2MAX WITH AGING 299
DIFFERENCES IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO α-ADRENERGIC STIMULATION BETWEEN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN 300
SCALING PEAK POWER OUTPUT FOR DIFFERENCES IN BODY SIZE IN WOMEN 301
LEG EXTENSOR POWER IN YOUNG WOMEN: FUNCTIONAL CORRELATES AND RELATIONSHIP TO BODY COMPOSITION AND STRENGTH 302
EFFECT OF KNEE JOINT ANGLE ON PLANTARFLEXOR BILATERAL DEFICIT 303
INTER-INVESTIGATOR VARIABILITY DURING ISOMETRIC LUMBAR EXTENSION DYNAMOMETRY304
ALLOMETRIC SCALING OF GRIP STRENGTH BY BODY MASS AND LEAN BODY MASS IN COLLEGE-AGE MEN AND WOMEN 305
ARE THE ARM MUSCLES PRIOR TO THE LEG MUSCLES TO BE FATIGUED IN ROWING?306
PREVALENCES OF RECOMMENDED LEVELS FOR MODERATE AND VIGOROUS LEISURE-TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN USA ADULTS-NATIONAL HEALTH INTERVIEW SURVEY, 1990307
PROVIDING BASELINE DATA TO MEASURE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 308
POPULATION SURVEYS TO MONITOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA 309
ACCURACY OF FIVE ELECTRONIC PEDOMETERS FOR MEASURING DISTANCE WALKED310
UTILITY OF THE TRITRAC® ACCELEROMETER IN FREE-LIVING CONDITIONS311
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS OF 14-15 YEAR OLD ADOLESCENTS, RELATED TO PUBLISHED GUIDELINES 312
A COMPARISON OF CALTRAC ACCELEROMETER IN ESTIMATES OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE WITH INDIRECT CALORIMETRY DURING DIFFERENT INTENSITIES AND MODES OF EXERCISE313
EXERCISE IN THE POSTOPERATIVE CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE PATIENT 314
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Mild Brain Injury: A Team Physician's Perspective 315
RUNNING INJURY SYMPOSIUM: MANAGING THE ENTIRE KINETIC CHAIN316
MECHANICAL AND METABOLIC HETEROGENEITY IN DIAPHRAGM 317
PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DOPING SUBSTANCES: PHYSIOLOGY, ERGOGENICITY, AND RISKS 318
SKELETAL MUSCLE CYTOSKELETAL PROTEINS 319
SPRINT CAPACITY AND PROPULSION TECHNIQUE IN 67 WHEELCHAIR ATHLETES320
DECREASED IMPACT FORCES AND INCREASED HAMSTRINGS TORQUES IN FEMALE ATHLETES WITH PLYOMETRIC TRAINING 321
ABNORMAL PATTERNS OF KNEE MEDIO-LATERAL DEVIATION (MLD) ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN (PFP) IN CYCLISTS 322
HOW WELL DOES DYNAMIC KNEE-EXTENSOR EXERCISE ISOLATE QUADRICEPS MUSCLE RECRUITTMENT? 323
GLENOHUMERAL KINEMATICS: A COMPARISON OF THREE TECHNIQUES DURING AN ICE HOCKEY ACCELERATION TEST 324
EFFECTIVENESS OF THE HINGED CLUB AS A TRAINING AID TO DEVELOP CONSISTENCY IN NOVICE GOLFERS 325
THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE ON GALLBLADDER FUNCTION IN AN ADULT FEMALE POPULATION 326
THREE MONTHS OF CYCLING WHILE ON HEMODIALYSIS IMPROVES WORK CAPACITY BY IMPROVING PERIPHERAL EXTRACTION IN CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS327
MAGNITUDE AND DURATION OF 24 Hr AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCTION FOLLOWING ACUTE EXERCISE 328
THE EFFECT OF A PULSATING AND NON-PULSATING ANTI-GRAVITY SUIT ON PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE AND PEAK POWER OUTPUT IN SPINAL CORD-INJURED INDIVIDUALS 329
THE EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE LEG MUSCLES ON MUSCLE PUMP ACTIVITY IN PARAPLEGIC AND ABLE BODIED INDIVIDUALS 330
MAINTENANCE OF MYONUCLEAR DOMAIN SIZE IN RAT SOLEUS FOLLOWING FUNCTIONAL OVERLOAD AND GROWTH HORMONE/IGF-I TREATMENT 331
TIME COURSE OF HYPERTROPHY AND IGF-1 EXPRESSION IN OVERLOADED SKELETAL MUSCLE332
EFFECTS OF TREADMILL TRAINING ON CALCIUM CURRENT DENSITY IN SINGLE CARDIAC MYOCYTES IN RATS 333
IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF c-fos IN MOTOR CORTEX OF RATS DURING ADAPTATION TO A COMPLEX MOTOR TASK 334
DNA VARIANTS IN THE TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR ALPHA (TNFα) AND HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 70 (HSPA1) GENES IN ENDURANCE ATHLETES 335
PAIN, PERCEIVED EXERTION, AND PERSONALITY DURING BRIEF, MAXIMAL FOREARM CONTRACTIONS IN WOMEN, 336
PERCEPTION OF PAIN FOLLOWING A WEIGHT TRAINING SESSION 337
THE VALIDITY OF THE THREE POINT RPE METHOD FOR PRESCRIBING EXERCISE FOR PATIENTS WITH COPD 338
A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSIC ON RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION AND HEART RATE DURING MODERATE INTENSITY EXERCISE 339
DIFFERENTIATED RPE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO AEROBIC DANCE STEPS VARIED BY ARM WORK AND IMPACT 340
EFFECTS OF ACETYLSALICYCLIC ACID ON LEG MUSCLE PAIN DURING AND AFTER RAMPED CYCLE ERGOMETRY 341
PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES TO ORAL AND INTRAVENOUS REHYDRATION FOLLOWING EXERCISE-INDUCED DEHYDRATION 342
VOLUNTARY EXERCISE TRAINING ENHANCES GLUCOSE TRANSPORT IN SKELETAL MUSCLE STIMULATED BY INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I 343
EXERCISE INDUCED GLUCOSE TRANSPORT AND GLUT4 TRANSLOCATION IN HUMAN SARCOLEMMAL VESICLES 344
SKELETAL MUSCLE GLUCOSE TRANSPORT IS MEDIATED BY NITRIC OXIDE VIA A cGMP-RELATED MECHANISM 345
EFFECT OF HEAT STRESS ON GLUCOSE KINETICS DURING EXERCISE IN TRAINED MEN346
ENHANCED HEPATIC GLUCONEOGENIC RESPONSE TO ELEVATIONS IN GLUCAGON WITH ENDURANCE TRAINING 347
FLUID REGULATING HORMONES: RESPONSES TO ORAL AND INTRAVENOUS SALINE REHYDRATION FOLLOWING EXERCISE-INDUCED DEHYDRATION 348
RESPONSE TO WATER IMMERSION IN DEHYDRATED OLDER AND YOUNGER SUBJECTS349
EFFECT OF INGESTING VARYING CONCENTRATIONS OF SODIUM ON FLUID BALANCE DURING EXERCISE 350
The Effects of Beverage Ingestion on Fluid Balance during Slalom Training in Elite Collegiate Skiers 351
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND SERUM ELECTROLYTES DURING RECOVERY FROM EXERCISE ASSOCIATED MUSCLE CRAMPING (EAMC) 352
SERUM ELECTROLYTE CONCENTRATIONS AND HYDRATION STATUS IN RUNNERS WITH EXERCISE ASSOCIATED MUSCLE CRAMPING (EAMC) 353
TRAINING VOLUME DURING PREGNANCY - EFFECT ON FETAL HEART RATE RESPONSE, MATERNAL WEIGHT GAIN, AND FAT DEPOSITION 354
DOES PRE-EXISTING OBESITY IMPAIR NORMAL ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION DURING PREGNANCY? 355
EXERCISE AND MATERNAL METABOLIC HORMONES 356
EXERCISE INTENSITY AFFECTS BREAST MILK COMPOSITION IN LACTATING WOMEN357
EFFECT OF MAXIMAL EXERCISE AND THE pH OF BREAST MILK 358
EFFECT OF SWIMMING AT DIFFERENT WATER TEMPERATURES ON PREGNANT RATS AND OFFSPRINGS GROWTH 359
THE OXIDATIVE ENZYME ACTIVITY IN SKELETAL MUSCLE FROM STROKE-PRONE SPONTANEOUSLY HYPERTENSIVE AND NORMOTENSIVE RATS 360
THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MODERATE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON MUSCLE OXIDATIVE PARAMETERS 361
EXERCISE TRAINING ENHANCES GLYCOLYTIC AND OXIDATIVE ENZYMES IN CANINE MYOCARDIUM 362
RAT SOLEUS MUSCLE MITOCHONDRIAL CARNITINE PALMITOYLTRANSFERASE ACTIVITY AFTER SWIMMING 363
SEVERE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DIMINISHES AEROBIC CAPACITY OF RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE 364
NORMAL SPRINT PERFORMANCE DESPITE AMP DEAMINASE DEFICIENCY 365
AMMONIA EXPIRATION DURING ENDURANCE EXERCISE 366
CANINE GASTROCNEMIUS MUSCLE IN SITU: ˙VO2max367
THE EFFECTS OF GROWTH HORMONE (GH) AND FUNCTIONAL OVERLOAD ON SOLEUS MASS AND OXIDATIVE CAPACITY IN HYPOPHYSECTOMIZED RATS 368
THE EFFECTS OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE ON MUSCLE OXYGENATION AND ENERGY METABOLISM 369
THE QUANTITATIVE MEASURES OF MUSCLE OXYGENATION BY NEAR INFRARED TIME-RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY (NIRTRS) 370
GENDER AND AGE DIFFERENCES OF MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING EXERCISE BY31 P-MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY 371
METABOLIC AND PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES DURING NEUROMUSCULAR ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF VARIOUS FREQUENCIES AND INTENSITIES 372
EFFECTS OF HINDLIMB SUSPENSION, VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENTATION, AND EXERCISE ON RAT HEART ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES 373
AEROBIC-OXIDATIVE PROFILE OF SKELETAL MUSCLE CONTRIBUTES TO DIFFERENCES IN BODY FAT GAIN OVER 13 YEARS IN HUMAN 374
COMPARISON OF METHODS OF ESTIMATION OF FRONTAL AREA IN CYCLISTS 375
Flexibility and Injury Incidence 376
DOES DANTROLENE ASSIST RECOVERY FROM HEAT STROKE? 377
EFFECT OF KNEE BRACING FOR ACL-INSUFFICIENCY ON PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PERCEPTUAL PARAMETERS DURING TREADMILL RUNNING 378
ISOKINETIC ECCENTRIC STRENGTH OF THE PERONEAL MUSCLES AFTER RECURRENT ANKLE INVERSION INJURY 379
CONTRACTILE FUNCTION OF REINNERVATED FAST AND SLOW TWITCH MUSCLES FOLLOWING DIFFERENT TYPES OF PERIPHERAL NERVE GRAFTS 380
PREDICTORS OF MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES IN MARATHON RUNNERS 381
A Study of High School Student's Sports Participation and Sports Injuries: The NSW “Summer Sports” Survey 382
LOW BACK PAIN AMONG UNITED STATES MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL TEAM MEMBERS 383
EFFECT OF FOOT POSITION ON THE KNEE MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT AND RECRUITMENT OF QUADRICEPS MUSCLE 384
FLEXIBILITY AND RESISTANCE TO STRETCH 385
THE EFFECTS OF DYNAMIC KNEE POSITION AND FOOT POSITION ON H-REFLEX MODULATION OF HUMAN QUADRICEPS 386
REMOVING BARRIERS TO PROFESSIONAL CARE OF RUNNING INJURIES. - A FREE RUNNERS' CLINIC- 387
RATE AND SEVERITY OF INJURY IN CROSS-COUNTRY AND DOWNHILL OFF-ROAD BICYCLE RACING 388
GOLF INJURY CHARACTERISTICS: A SURVEY FROM 528 GOLFERS 389
A STUDY OF INJURIES TO CLUB LEVEL FEMALE GYMNASTS 390
VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF ACCUSPORT LACTATE MONITOR 391
COMPARISON OF BREASTSTROKE-RELATED KNEE PAIN IN COMPETITIVE BREASTSTROKERS AND NON-BREASTSTROKERS 392
PREDICTION OF 1-RM BENCH PRESS FROM THE 225 LBS REPS-TO-FATIGUE TEST IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYERS 393
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD IN A POPULATION OF ELITE FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES 394
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LOWER-BODY FLEXIBILITY AND RUNNING ECONOMY ON LEVEL UPHILL AND DOWNHILL GRADES 395
EFFECT OF RECOVERY DURATION ON AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ENERGY YIELD DURING EXHAUSTIVE HIGH INTENSITY INTERMITTENT EXERCISE 396
THE EFFECTS OF MASSAGE ON DELAYED ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS, FORCE PRODUCTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS 397
EFFECT OF MANUAL SEGMENTAL VIBRATION (MSV) ON NEUROMUSCULAR EXCITABILITY 398
ATOPIC ALLERGY IN ELITE RUNNERS ENHANCES EXERCISE INDUCED BRONCHOSPASM399
ARTERIAL HEMOGLOBIN OXYGEN SATURATION IS AFFECTED BY F1O2 AT SUBMAXIMAL RUNNING VELOCITIES IN ELITE ATHLETES 400
NO INCREASE OF TOTAL RED BLOOD CELL VOLUME DURING THREE WEEKS OF TRAINING AT AN ALTITUDE OF 1'800 M 401
COMPARISON OF LACTATE AND VENTILATORY THRESHOLD TO MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION: A META-ANALYSIS 402
COMPARISON OF LACTATE THRESHOLD, VENTILATORY THRESHOLD, AND HEART RATE DEFLECTION POINT IN FEMALE COLLEGIATE ROWERS 403
MAXIMAL ACCUMULATED OXYGEN DEFICIT OF RESISTANCE TRAINED MEN 404
DETERMINATION OF MAXIMAL LACTATE STEADY STATE VELOCITY : COINCIDENCE WITH LOWER BLOOD GLUCOSE 405
EFFECT OF STATIC STRETCHING ON LACTATE REMOVAL AFTER HIGH INTENSITY EXERCISE406
POWER-OXYGEN UPTAKE RELATIONSHIPS ON A ROWING SIMULATOR AMONG COLLEGIATE FEMALE ROWERS 407
RELATIONSHIP OF EXCESS POST-EXERCISE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION TO VO2MAX AND RECOVERY RATE 408
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS AND ISOKINETIC KNEE EXTENSION/FLEXION TORQUE IN SUBJECTS WITH DOWN SYNDROME 409
O2 KINETIC DURING THE 40-s WORK 410
AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC POWER OF KAYAK PADDLERS 411
TRAINING AND DETRAINING EFFECTS ON THE ATHLETE'S HEART DURING FIVE YEARS' ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC STUDY 412
HEART RATE PROFILE DURING PROLONGED HIGH INTENSITY CYCLING AT LOW AND MODERATE ALTITUDES 413
THE RELATIONSHIP OF AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC INDICES TO MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNING PERFORMANCE 414
VALIDITY OF FIELD TESTS AS PREDICTORS OF AEROBIC CAPACITY IN ATHLETES415
PREDICTION OF BLOOD LACTATE FROM RECOVERY HEART RATE AND POWER IN COLLEGIATE OARSMEN ON A CONCEPT II ERGOMETER 416
TIME COURSE OF ACCLIMATIZATION TO ALTITUDE (2440M) IN FEMALE AND MALE RUNNERS, AND ITS EFFECTS ON VO2MAX AND PERFORMANCE 417
EXERCISE RESPONSES USING THE BREATHE RIGHT EXTERNAL NASAL DILATOR418
EXERCISE RECOVERY RESPONSES USING THE BREATHE RIGHT NASAL DILATOR419
IMPACT OF MUSIC ON RATING OF PERCEIVED EXERTION DURING LEG ERGOMETRY420
EFFECT OF EXERCISE MODALITY ON EFFORT SENSE AT PREFERRED INTENSITY421
COMPARISON OF BLOOD LACTATE CONCENTRATION AND RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION DURING TWO STANDARD TREADMILL PROTOCOLS 422
PERCEIVED EXERTION DURING EXERCISE TESTING: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CARDIAC AND NON-CARDIAC POPULATIONS 423
THE EFFECTS OF BLOOD LACTATE CONCENTRATION ON PERCEPTION OF EFFORT DURING EXERCISE 424
VARIABILITY IN RPEs AT FIXED INTENSITIES DURING STATIONARY CYCLING IN OBESE WOMEN 425
THE EFFECTS OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON LOCAL AND CENTRAL RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION 426
EFFECTS OF AUDITORY STIMULI ON PERCEIVED EXERTION AND BEHAVIOR DURING AEROBIC EXERCISE 427
EFFECTS OF VARYING MUSCLE MASS ON OXYGEN UPTAKE AND PERCEIVED EXERTION FOR DYNAMIC EXERCISE 428
CORRELATES OF HIGH DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN (HDL-C) RESPONDERS AND NON-RESPONDERS TO EXERCISE TRAINING 429
DOES EXERCISE INTENSITY PREDICT HDL-C LEVELS? 430
THE EFFECT OF AEROBIC EXERCISE ON PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME SYMPTOMS431
AFFECT OF EXERCISE INTENSITY ON THE ENERGY COST OF RUNNING 432
MODERATE-INTENSITY EXERCISE TRAINING AFFECTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF MAMMARY TUMORS IN VERY YOUNG RATS 433
INFLUENCE OF LEAN BODY MASS AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON LEFT VENTRICULAR MASS IN A PHYSICALLY ACTIVE POPULATION 434
RELATION OF CHANGES IN ENERGY EXPENDITURE TO PLASMA INSULIN DURING TWO YEAR FOLLOW-UP - DNASCO STUDY 435
AORTIC PULSE WAVE VELOCITY OF BLIND AND SIGHTED STUDENTS 436
INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON CARDIAC RISK FACTOR PROFILE AND ECG FINDINGS IN MIDDLE-AGED MEN 437
THE CONCENTRATION OF SMALL DENSE LDL IS MORE CLOSELY RELATED TO BODY COMPOSITION THAN TO FITNESS IN MAN 438
A COMPARISON OF KOREAN AND AMERICAN CHILDREN AND YOUTH ON SELECTED FITNESS VARIABLES 439
HOW MUCH EXERCISE IS ENOUGH? 440
RECTAL AND ESOPHAGEAL TEMPERATURES DURING UPPER AND LOWER BODY EXERCISE1200
GLYCOLYTIC FLUX DURING EXERCISE REGULATES FATTY ACID OXIDATION 441
LIPOLYTIC SUPPRESSION FOLLOWING CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION LIMITS FAT OXIDATION DURING EXERCISE 442
LIPID METABOLISM IN CHRONICALLY STIMULATED AND ENDURANCE-TRAINED MUSCLES OF HUMAN SUBJECTS 444
HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE MALONYL-CoA AT REST AND DURING PROLONGED SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE 445
NON-RESPONDING OF THE SYMPATHOADRENAL SYSTEM - A DIAGNOSTIC SIGN FOR THE OVERTRAINING SYNDROME 446
ASSESSMENT OF SYMPATHETIC DRIVE TO HEPATIC AND NONHEPATIC SPLANCHNIC TISSUE DURING HEAVY EXERCISE: STUDIES ON NOREPINEPHRINE (NE) SPILLOVER IN THE DOG 447
THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON EXTRACELLULAR NORADRENALINE (NA) AND DOPAMINE (DA) LEVELS IN STRIATUM OF TRAINED RATS, A MICRODIALYSIS STUDY 448
MODIFICATION IN GLUCOSE, INSULIN, AND CORTISOL RESPONSE DURING WEIGHT TRAINING EXERCISE IN YOUNG AND OLDER MEN 449
BETA-ENDORPHIN INFUSION EFFECTS ON GLUCOSE AND HORMONAL HOMEOSTASIS DURING EXERCISE 450
DIFFERENT RESPONSES OF STRESS-RELATED HORMONES TO DYNAMIC EXERCISE451
CYTOCHROME C GENE EXPRESSION AND RNA-PROTEIN INTERACTION IN STIMULATED RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE 452
CONTRACTIONS DECREASE APPARENT AMP DEAMINASE CAPACITY IN RAT FAST TWITCH MUSCLE 453
SKELETAL MUSCLE CREATINE KINASE DEFICIENCY (MCK-D) DECREASES AMP DEAMINASE(AMP-D) ACTIVITY AND APPARENT MOLECULAR WEIGHT 454
DIVERSE SIGNALING PATHWAYS INVOLVED IN PDGF STIMULATED SECRETION OF BASEMENT MEMBRANE PROTEINS BY SKELETAL MUSCLE 455
TRAINING-INDUCED INCREASE IN FABPPM IS ASSOCIATED WITH ELEVATIONS IN PALMITATE UPTAKE AND OXIDATION BY CONTRACTING MUSCLE 456
A WITHIN-SUBJECT SELECTION CRITERION FOR EMG DATA 457
EMG ANALYSIS OF SHOULDER REHABILITATION EXERCISES 458
FOREARM EMG ACTIVITY DURING BACKHAND STROKES IN TENNIS PLAYERS WITH AND WITHOUT LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS 459
THE RELATIONSHIP OF LINEAR STIFFNESS OF HUMAN MUSCLE TO MAXIMUM JOINT RANGE OF MOTION 460
THE RELATIONSHIP OF PENNATION ANGLE TO THE INDEX OF ARCHITECTURE IN MUSCLE461
Breathing during locomotion in quadrupeds is dependent upon neural activation of the diaphragm 462
FLOW LIMITATION AFFECTS CONTROL OF BREATHING DURING HEAVY EXERCISE IN HIGHLY TRAINED WOMEN 463
TRANSIENT DISSOCIATION OF ALVEOLAR PHASE Pco2 AND Po2 PROFILES DURING CONSTANT LOAD ERGOMETRY 464
THE IMPACT OF HYPERVENTILATION, CO2-TRANSPORT AND METABOLIC ACIDOSIS ON BICARBONATE METABOLISM - A 13CO2-BREATH-BY-BREATH STUDY465
EXERCISE INDUCED ARTERIAL HYPOXEMIA IN HIGHLY TRAINED WOMEN ATHLETES466
VALIDATION AND FIELD EVALUATION OF A WORK CAPACITY TEST FOR WILDLAND FIREFIGHTERS 467
EFFECT OF INSPIRED AIR TEMPERATURE ON THERMAL BALANCE AND LUNG COMPLIANCE DURING EXERCISE IN A HOT ENVIRONMENT 468
PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING IMPROVES THE MANUAL MATERIAL HANDLING CAPABILITY OF WOMEN 469
PERFORMANCE DIFFERENCES IN JOBS WITH VARYING PHYSICAL DEMANDS 470
CORRELATES OF LIFTING AND LOAD CARRIAGE PERFORMANCE AMONG PHYSICALLY TRAINED WOMEN 471
EFFECT OF DIET ON ENERGY INTAKE, BODY FAT, AND LIPOPROTEIN LIPASE ACTIVITY 472
DIETARY FAT INTAKE AND BODY FAT IN 262 NINE AND TEN YEAR OLD CHILDREN473
DISTINCT EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING AND WEIGHT LOSS ON GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS IN OBESE SEDENTARY MEN 474
LONG-TERM CHANGES IN BODY WEIGHT AFTER PARTICIPATION IN A WEIGHT-LOSS PROGRAM475
THE EFFECTS OF CROSS-TRAINING ON ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND UTILIZATION OF OVERWEIGHT WOMEN 476
CAN REGULAR MODERATE EXERCISE PREVENT ADVERSE METABOLIC EFFECTS OF WEIGHT CYCLING? 477
Exercise in Congestive Heart Failure 478
ROLE OF MATRIX IN MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT AND ADAPTATION 479
CHOLESTEROL, LIPIDS AND LIPOPROTEINS IN DIET AND EXERCISE 480
DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY FOR REGIONAL AND WHOLE-BODY COMPOSITION: THE NEW GOLD STANDARD? 481
CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION: EFFECT ON MUSCULAR PERFORMANCE DURING HIGH-INTENSITY RESISTANCE EXERCISE 482
CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION AND SPRINT TRAINING IN CYCLISTS: METABOLIC AND PERFORMANCE EFFECTS 483
EFFECTS OF ORAL CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON PERFORMANCE AND MUSCLE METABOLISM DURING MAXIMAL EXERCISE 484
DAILY VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTATION PRIOR TO ULTRAENDURANCE EXERCISE 485
EFFECT OF A CHRONIC DIET SUPLEMENTATION OF ORNITHINE, CITRAULLINE AND ARGININE ON EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AND METABOLISM 486
THE EFFECT OF INOSINE SUPPLEMENTATION ON AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC CYCLING PERFORMANCE 487
EXERCISE PRESCRITION FOR CARDIAC PATIENTS: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF PHASE III CARDIAC REHABILITATION PROGRAMS (CRPs) 488
PRESCRIPTION OF RESISTANCE TRAINING FOR CARDIAC PATIENTS: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY ON OUTPATIENTS 489
INFLUENCE OF AEROBIC TRAINING ON QUALITY OF LIFE, WALKING SPEED AND AEROBIC POWER IN CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE 490
EFFECTS OF SUSTAINED HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING (HIT) ON EXERCISE PERFORMANCE, SKELETAL MUSCLE & CARDIAC FUNCTION IN CARDIAC REHABILITATION PATIENTS 491
PROCEDURE AND RESPONSES TO INTERVAL EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE 492
HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE & MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION 493
CONTRAST IN LIPID RESPONSE OF CHD PATIENTS WITH DIFFERING INITIAL LIPID LEVELS TO CARDIAC REHABILITATION 494
IMPAIRED FIBRINOLYSIS IS NOT A TRIGGER FOR ACTIVITY RELATED THROMBOTIC EVENTS IN OLDER HYPERTENSIVE MEN 495
THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE INTENSITY ON ERYTHROPOIETIN LEVELS FOLLOWING ACUTE EXERCISE IN TRAINED RUNNERS 496
TIME COURSE OF EXERCISE-INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS 497
ENHANCED EXERCISE-INDUCED THROMBIN FORMATION UNDER ORAL CONTRACEPTION498
EFFECT OF RACING AND GENDER ON VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES OF HORSE BLOOD 499
EXERCISE LACTATE RESPONSES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH SYSTOLIC VS. DIASTOLIC LEFT VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION 500
EFFECTS OF AN OUT-PATIENT EXERCISE & WELLNESS PROGRAM ON CANCER PATIENTS: 1st YEAR OUTCOMES 501
SIGNIFICANCE OF CHEST PAIN DURING TREADMILL EXERCISE TESTING: CORRELATION WITH MYOCARDIAL PERFUSION IMAGING 502
A PRACTICAL EQUATION TO PREDICT PEAK OXYGEN UPTAKE IN PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION 503
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISOMETRIC LUMBAR EXTENSION TORQUE AND FUNCTIONAL LIFTING CAPACITY 504
CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO AND SAFETY OF WINGATE TESTING IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE 505
THE STAGES OF EXERCISE BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN 506
FACTORS AFFECTING ADHERENCE TO A WORKSITE WELLNESS PROGRAM (WWP)507
THE ROLE OF EFFICACY COGNITIONS IN REDUCING PHYSIQUE ANXIETY IN COLLEGE FEMALES 508
AEROBIC EXERCISE EFFECTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PERCEPTUAL MOTOR FUNCTIONING OF LOW INCOME HISPANIC CHILDREN 509
RATE OF GLUCOSE DISPOSAL INCREASES BUT ENERGY EXPENDITURE DECREASES DURING A HYPERGLYCEMIC CLAMP IN WOMEN 510
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY FAT DISTRIBUTION AND RESPIRATORY EXCHANGE RATIO(RER) IN ADULT MALES 511
EFFECT OF AN 18-WK WEIGHT-TRAINING PROGRAM ON DAILY ENERGY EXPENDITURE, SLEEPING METABOLIC RATE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 512
β1- AND β1,β2-BLOCKADE ALTERS REST BUT NOT POST-EXERCISE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION 513
EXCESS POSTEXERCISE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION (EPOC) AND OBESITY: EXERCISE INTENSITY AND DURATION 514
SERTRALINE, A SELECTIVE SEROTONIN RE-UPTAKE INHIBITOR, RESULTS IN WEIGHT LOSS AND AN INCREASED 24-HOUR ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED OVERWEIGHT WOMEN 515
INFLUENCE OF MIDSOLE DUROMETER ON LEG SHOCK, HEMATOCRIT AND MUSCLE DAMAGE DURING DOWNHILL RUNNING 516
VARIABILITY OF GROUND REACTION FORCE CHARACTERISTICS FOR SLOW RUNNING SPEEDS 517
A COMPARISON OF REARFOOT AND KNEE KINEMATICS DURING RUNNING BETWEEN PRONATORS AND NORMALS 518
THE INFLUENCE OF MIDSTANCE VERTICAL GROUND REACTION FORCE ON THE HUMAN WALK-RUN TRANSITION 519
COMPARISON OF GAIT MECHANICS AND FORCE GENERATION DURING UPRIGHT TREADMILL AND SUPINE LBNP EXERCISE 520
GRASPING THE TREADMILL HANDRAILS DOES NOT ALTER WALKING STYLE 521
AIRFLOW LIMITATION AND REGULATION OF END EXPIRATORY LUNG VOLUME DURING EXERCISE 522
ARTERIAL SATURATION IS LOWER DURING MAXIMAL TREADMILL RUNNING THAN CYCLE ERGOMETRY 523
VENTILATORY STIMULATION IMPROVES SUBMAXIMAL ARTERIAL SATURATION IN ATHLETES WITH EXERCISE INDUCED HYPOXEMIA 524
EFFECT OF THE BREATHE RIGHT EXTERNAL NASAL DILATOR DURING LIGHT TO MODERATE EXERCISE 525
ESTIMATION OF PaCO2 AT REST AND DURING EXERCISE IN OLDER ADULTS 526
TASK DEPENDENCY OF ABDOMINAL MUSCLE RECRUITMENT 527
EXERCISE-INDUCED HIGH FREQUENCY DIAPHRAGM FATIGUE 528
AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN DIAPHRAGM MECHANICS IN OBESE ZUCKER RATS 529
STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS AND OXIDATIVE POTENTIAL OF THE HORSE DIAPHRAGM 530
BUFFERING AGAINST LACTIC ACID DURING EXERCISE 531
TIME COURSE OF PULMONARY DIFFUSION CAPACITY CHANGES FOLLOWING MAXIMAL EXERCISE 532
PULMONARY FUNCTIONS OF HEALTHY ELITE RUNNERS IN WINTER AND POLLEN-SEASON OUT DOOR RUNNING TEST 533
ADDITION OF SOLUBLE DIETARY FIBER TO PRE-EXERCISE CARBOHYDRATE FEEDINGS: EFFECTS ON SUBSTRATE AVAILABILITY AND ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE534
THE EFFECT OF CARBOHYDRATE STATUS ON RESISTANCE EXERCISE PERFORMANCE535
THE ROLE OF DIET IN ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE OF MALE RUNNERS 536
EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE AND β-CAROTENE ON URINARY 8-HYDROXYDEOXYGUANOSINE EXCRETION LEVELS IN HUMAN 537
VITAMIN AND MINERAL STATUS OF TRAINED COMPETITIVE CYCLISTS DURING ONE YEAR OF TRAINING 538
EFFECTS OF REPEATED VIGOROUS EXERCISE ON PLASMA ANTIOXIDANT VITAMINS AND URINARY EXCRETION OF 8-HYDROXY-2′-DEOXYGUANOSINE 539
NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF INDIVIDUALS WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE 540
ENERGY BALANCE AND NUTRIENT INTAKES OF FEMALE ATHLETES WITH SUBCLINICAL EATING DISORDERS 541
NUTRITIONAL INTAKE AND STATUS OF HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WRESTLERS PRIOR TO AND AFTER COMPETITION 542
EVALUATION OF TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF SERUM AFTER STRENUOUS ENDURANCE EXERCISE 543
CYTOKINE PRODUCTION AND INCIDENCE OF RESPIRATORY INFECTION IN FEMALE MIDDLE AND LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS 544
EFFECT OF ERYTHROPOIETIN ADMINISTRATION ON BLOOD PROPERTIES AND RUNNING CAPACITY IN IRON DEFICIENT MICE 545
THE ACUTE RESPONSE OF SALIVARY IMMUNOGLOBULIN A TO MODERATE EXERCISE IN WOMEN546
FIBRINOLYTIC FACTORS ASSOCIATE WITH MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE AND HDL SUBFRACTIONS IN MEN 547
MODERATE EXERCISE LEADS TO DOWN-REGULATION OF B1 AND B2 INTEGRINS ON MONOCYTES AND LYMPHOCYTES 548
IRON STATUS AND IMMUNE FUNCTION IN WOMEN RUNNERS DURING INTENSIFIED TRAINING549
SPLENECTOMY IMPAIRS LYMPHOCYTOSIS DURING MAXIMAL EXERCISE 550
EFFECT OF AEROBIC DANCE EXERCISE ON IMMUNITY 551
IRON STATUS AND IMMUNE FUNCTION IN FEMALE COLLEGIATE SWIMMERS 552
LEUKOCYTE RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN HIGH AND LOW CK RESPONDERS 553
THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON THE SEVERITY AND DURATION OF A UPPER RESPIRATORY ILLNESS 554
EFFECT OF A SINGLE BOUT OF EXERCISE ON IMMUNE FUNCTION IN YOUNG AND ELDERLY SUBJECTS 555
Effects of Swim Training on Blood Pressure in Individuals with Hypertension 556
METABOLIC COST OF RETRO-LOCOMOTION AT LOW SPEEDS 557
PREDICTIVE EQUATIONS FOR THE METABOLIC COST OF RETRO-LOCOMOTION 558
BENEFITS OF EXERCISE-BASED CARDIAC REHABILITATION FOR WOMEN PARTICIPANTS: SEVEN YEAR EXPERIENCE 559
INFLUENCE OF EDUCATION ON LIFESTYLE HABITS IN CARDIAC PATIENTS: IMPLICATIONS REGARDING DIETARY COUNSELING 560
CADENCE AFFECTS THE PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSE TO CONSTANT-POWER ALL-EXTREMITY EXERCISE 561
EFFECTS OF 8-WEEK CARDIAC REHABILITATION ON HEART RATE DYNAMICS AT REST AND DURING EXERCISE 562
MAXIMAL WORK CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT WITH CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING IN COPD PATIENTS 563
MITOCHONDRIAL AND CAPILLARITY CHANGES IN VASTUS LATERALIS MUSCLE OF COPD PATIENTS: ELECTRON MICROSCOPY STUDY 564
THE IMPACT OF%FAT AND CALORIC EXPENDITURE AND INTAKE ON THE VO2MAX OF BYPASS GRAFT PATIENTS 565
SKELETAL MUSCLE ENERGETICS FOLLOWING PAIN-FREE EXERCISE TRAINING IN PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE 566
DECREASED EXERCISE TOLERANCE IN CARDIAC TRANSPLANT PATIENTS WITH AN ALTERED PULMONARY DIFFUSION CAPACITY 567
GUT AND LIVER FAT METABOLISM IN DEPANCREATIZED (PX) DOGS: EFFECTS OF EXERCISE AND ACUTE INSULIN REPLACEMENT 568
EFFECT OF ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT AND EXERCISE ON HDL LIPID PEROXIDATION 569
DISCREPANCY BETWEEN TSC, LDL-C, AND TSC/HDL-C RATIO BLOOD LIPID CLASSIFICATIONS FOR CAD RISK IN CHILDREN 570
EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXERCISE TRAINING IN MEN WITH ELEVATED LIPOPROTEIN(a) LEVELS571
ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT, EXERCISE TRAINING, AND BLOOD LIPIDS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 572
EFFECTS OF A SINGLE EXERCISE SESSION ON LPLA, HTGLA, AND LCAT IN PRE- AND POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 573
EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON SERUM LIPOPROTEINS, LCAT ACTIVITY, AND APO A-I IN YOUNG WOMEN 574
INFLUENCE OF CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION ON EXERCISE TO FATIGUE: EFFECT OF MENSTRUAL CYCLE PHASE 575
EXOGENOUS GLUCOSE OXIDATION DURING EXERCISE IN ENDURANCE TRAINED AND UNTRAINED SUBJECTS 576
GLYCOGEN DEPLETION IN SINGLE MUSCLE FIBER TYPES DURING LOW-FREQUENCY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION AND ENDURANCE EXERCISE IN TRAINED CYCLISTS577
COCAINE ALTERS MUSCLE GLYCOGEN METABOLISM DURING EXERCISE EVEN UNDER ALPHA RECEPTOR BLOCKADE 578
THE AGE-RELATED DECLINE IN MUSCLE GLUCOSE TRANSPORT IN YOUNG RATS OCCURS DESPITE NO DECLINE IN GLUT-4 579
THE EFFECTS OF THE TYPE OF EXERCISE ON NON-INSULIN MEDIATED GLUCOSE UPTAKE IN RATS 580
EFFECTS OF HIGH INTENSITY - SHORT TIME SWIMMING EXERCISE ON GLUCOSE TRANSPORT ACTIVITY IN RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE 581
LONG-TERM EXERCISE TRAINING DECREASED THE ACTIVITY STATE OF PYRUVATE DEHYDROGENASE COMPLEX IN RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE 582
IN VIVO ANALYSIS OF GLUCOSE UPTAKE IN WORKING MUSCLE 583
DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF CYCLOSPORINE A ON SKELETAL MUSCLE MITOCHONDRIA ARE NOT SPECIFIC TO ONE METABOLIC PATHWAY 584
LACTATE INHIBITS EXCITATION-CONTRACTION COUPLING IN SKELETAL MUSCLE585
EFFECT OF EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE ON LACTATE TRANSPORT IN MIXED RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE SARCOLEMMAL VESICLES 586
MITOCHONDRIAL PROTEIN IMPORT DURING COMPROMISED OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION AND REDUCED EXTERNAL ATP 587
ACTIVATION RATE OF GLYCOGEN PHOSPHORYLASE AND PYRUVATE DEHYDROGENASE IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE DURING INTENSE EXERCISE 588
DIETARY FISH OIL AND VITAMIN E INFLUENCES TISSUE GLUTATHIONE SYSTEM589
CHANGES IN HEPATIC REGULATORS AND GENE EXPRESSION CAN ACCOUNT FOR GLUCONEOGENIC AGING BUT NOT TRAINING EFFECTS 590
REGULATION OF REDOX SENSITIVE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR NF-κB IN SKELETAL MUSCLE DERIVED L6 CELLS 591
INTERACTION OF DIET AND EXERCISE TRAINING ON HEPATIC FATTY ACID SYNTHASE IN RATS 592
DOWN REGULATION OF HEPATIC FATTY ACID SYNTHASE WITH ACUTE EXERCISE IN FASTED AND REFED RATS 593
EFFECTS OF ESTRADIOL ON CREATINE KINASE RELEASE AND SUBSEQUENT MUSCLE DAMAGE IN THE RAT 594
CYTOPLASMIC VOLUME-TO-MYONUCLEUS RATIOS IN DEVELOPING RAT SOLEUS AND PLANTARIS FIBERS 595
STRESS PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AND CONTENT FOLLOWING ACUTE AND CHRONIC EXERCISE596
EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING AND CHRONIC ETHANOL INTAKE ON HEPATIC ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEM OF RAT 597
INTERACTION OF EXERCISE TRAINING AND CHRONIC ETHANOL ON ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEM OF RAT BRAIN REGIONS 598
SKELETAL α-ACTIN PROMOTER ACTIVITY DURING HYPERTROPHY OF CULTURED MUSCLE CELLS 599
THE EFFECT OF SPRINT TRAINING ON CALCIUM CONTROL PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN RAT MYOCARDIUM 600
INHIBITION OF CARDIAC MITOCHONDRIAL PROTEIN IMPORT BY ADRIAMYCIN 601
REGULATION OF TYPE II ADENYLYL CYCLASE mRNA IN RABBIT SKELETAL MUSCLE BY CHRONIC NERVE PACING 602
EXERCISE TRAINING ALTERS ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME ACTIVITY and mRNA ABUNDANCE IN SKELETAL MUSCLE 603
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HUMAN TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR ALPHA (TNFα) GENE POLYMORPHISM AND SUBMAXIMAL POWER OUTPUT IN THE QUÉBEC FAMILY STUDY604
A MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF SKELETAL MUSCLE GENE REGULATION IN THE MOUSE605
CAPILLARY INCREASE IN THE SKELETAL MUSCLE OF TRAINED YOUNG AND OLD RATS606
IN VIVO MECHANICAL LOADING ATTENUATES LOSS OF BONE STRENGTH WITH IMMOBILIZATION AND CALCIUM-DEFICIENCY 607
SWIM TRAINING DIFFERENTIALLY IMPACTS CARDIAC METABOLISM AND INTRINISIC CONTRACTILITY IN OVARIECTOMIZED OLDER RATS 609
CONSTRUCT AND CONVERGENT VALIDITY OF THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY QUESTIONNAIRE FOR OLDER CHILDREN (PAQ-C) 610
INTRASPECIFIC ALLOMETRY OF AEROBIC PERFORMANCE IN PREPUBESCENT CHILDREN611
INFLUENCE OF BODY MASS AND LEAN THIGH VOLUME ON RUNNING ECONOMY IN FEMALE JOGGERS AND ELITE RUNNERS 612
MECHANICAL POWER AND ENERGY COST OF WALKING IN WATER RELATED TO SPEED 613
DIFFERENCES IN PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTS FOLLOWING EXHAUSTIVE CYCLING AND RUNNING 614
THE EFFECT OF ACUTE AND PROLONGED HYPOXIA ON INSULIN ACTION IN HUMANS615
GLUCOSE KINETICS AND SUBSTRATE UTILIZATION DURING ISOCALORIC EXERCISE AT DIFFERENT INTENSITIES IN NIDDM PATIENTS 616
THE EFFECT OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ON LONG-TERM GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN NIDDM SUBJECTS 617
EFFECT OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ON GLUCOSE TOLERANCE AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN THE ELDERLY 618
ENDURANCE TRAINING ALTERS GLUCOSE KINETICS IN RESPONSE TO THE SAME ABSOLUTE, BUT NOT THE SAME RELATIVE WORKLOAD 619
LOW BACK PAIN IN COLLEGE ATHLETES: A PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS 620
CONCUSSIVE CONVULSIONS 621
COMPARING MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SPORTS INJURIES 622
A BILATERAL COMPARISON OF UPPER EXTREMITY UNILATERAL CLOSED CHAIN STANCE STABILITY IN ELITE TENNIS PLAYERS AND PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL PITCHERS623
PRESEASON HAMSTRING WEAKNESS ASSOCIATED WITH HAMSTRING INJURY IN AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS 624
INJURIES IN ELITE COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS: COMPARISON OF SAND VS. HARD COURT INJURY RATES 625
A COMPARISON OF FORMER ELITE ATHLETES AND NONATHLETES SUFFERING FROM BULIMA NERVOSA 626
PREVALENCE OF EATING DISORDER SYMPTOMS IN FEMALE COLLEGIATE CYCLISTS627
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEIVED COMPETENCE AND OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN OLDER ADULTS 628
CHANGES IN SELF-REPORTED DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR ASSOCIATED WITH PARTICIPATION IN A LATE-NIGHT BASKETBALL LEAGUE 629
SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE PEDIATRIC BONE RESEARCH CENTER AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER IN THE FIELD OF BONE DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 630
DEFICITS IN HOMEOSTASIS WITH WEIGHTLESSNESS: RESEARCH NEEDS FOR EFFECTIVE COUNTERMESAURE INTERVENTIONS 631
GROWTH MATURATION AND BODY COMPOSITION: THE FELS LONGITUDINAL STUDY AND SPORTS MEDICINE 632
LIMITS TO COMPETITION IN YOUNG ATHLETES 633
PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE ADHERENCE AND MAINTENANCE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 634
ATTENUATED BAROREFLEX CONTROL OF LUMBAR SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY IN HINDLIMB UNWEIGHTED RATS 635
ENHANCED DILATION OF ARTERIOLES FROM SOLEUS MUSCLE OF TRAINED RATS636
INFLUENCE OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON COLLAGEN TRAITS OF MYOCARDIUM AND SKELETAL MUSCLE FROM INFARCTED RATS 637
INCREASED COLLAGEN TYPE III AND IV mRNA LEVELS IN HYPERTROPHIED RIGHT VENTRICLE IN HYPOBARIC TRAINED RATS 638
POSTEXERCISE HYPOTENSION (PEH) IN THE DOG 639
AN ENHANCED FES LEG CYCLE ERGOMETER FOR THE SCI 640
EFFECTS OF INTERVAL TRAINING WITH AN ENHANCED FES LEG CYCLE ERGOMETER FOR THE SCL 641
LOWER-LIMB MUSCLE PERFORMANCE CHANGES WITH FES-LEG CYCLING INTERVAL TRAINING642
SKELETAL MUSCLE FEATURES IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 643
ALTERED CENTRAL MOTOR DRIVE IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 644
LIPOPROTEIN PROFILE IN PHYSICALLY ACTIVE AND SEDENTARY PERSONS WITH TETRAPLEGIA 645
ENDOTHELIAL PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR RESPONSE TO ACUTE ELECTRICALLY-STIMULATED EXERCISE IN TETRAPLEGICS 646
BRAIN β-ADRENERGIC RESPONSES TO WHEEL RUNNING 647
Effects of Treadmill Training on Plasma ACTH and Brain CRF Responses to Heterotypic Stress 648
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ACTIVATION DURING CYCLE ERGOMETER EXERCISE649
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPLHIC ALPHA AND BETA ACTIVITY DURING STEADY-STATE EXERCISE650
CAN BRAIN SLOW POTENTIALS DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN SUPERIOR AND POOR SHARPSHOOTING PERFORMANCE? 651
CHANGES ON PHYSICAL FITNESS PROFILE IN ELDERLY WOMEN AFTER SIX WEEKS OF EXERCISE ABSENTEEISM 652
EFFECTS OF LOWER BODY RESISTANCE TRAINING ON INDICES OF FRACTURE RISK IN OLDER WOMEN 653
INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS AND ACTIVITY ON WALKING SPEED AND STEP LENGTH IN OLDER ADULTS 654
KNEE EXTENSOR MOMENTS AND KNEE-EXTENSOR STRENGTH IN OLDER PERSONS WEARING A WEIGHTED VEST 655
HIGH SPEED TRAINING PRODUCES SUPERIOR RESULTS TO LOW SPEED TRAINING IN AN OLDER POPULATION 656
EXERCISE AND RISK OF STROKE IN MALE PHYSICIANS 657
CHANGE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE MORTALITY IN MEN658
THE RELATION OF WEIGHT LOSS AND IMPROVED FITNESS TO ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN MALES 659
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE 660
IMPROVED PHYSICAL FITNESS REDUCES HAZARD OF HEART DISEASE IN HEALTHY MEN AND WOMEN 661
THE LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY MASS INDEX, CORONARY HEART DISEASE AND ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY 662
BODY COMPOSITION CHANGES IN 71 POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A 10-YR FOLLOW-UP STUDY 663
CHROMIUM PICOLINATE SUPPLEMENTATION IN MALE AND FEMALE SWIMMERS 664
THE RELATION OF FAT-FREE BODY TO HEIGHT IN OBESE WOMEN DURING WEIGHT LOSS665
EFFECT OF DIET AND EXERCISE VERSUS DIET ALONE ON LBM CHANGES IN ADULT OBESE MALES 666
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VISCERAL ADIPOSE TISSUE AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN OBESE CHILDREN 667
FAT ACCUMULATION IN THE TRUNKS VS LOWER LIMB: EFFECTS ON LIPID AND LIPOPROTEIN STATUS 668
REGIONAL CHANGES IN BODY FAT FOLLOWING AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING WITH DIETARY SELF-ADMINISTRATION 669
CONFOUNDING FACTORS THAT MAY CONTRIBUTE TO THE MISDIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INJURY 670
EXPRESSION OF DEVELOPMENTAL ISOMYOSINS AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBRES FOLLOWING DOWNHILL EXERCISE 671
ULTRASTRUCTURE OF MUSCLE ECCENTRIC LESIONS 672
FUNCTIONAL MRI OF MUSCLE USE AND MUSCLE TRAUMA WITH RESISTANCE EXERCISE 673
EFFECTS OF TESTOSTERONE PROPIONATE ON STRENGTH AND ECCENTRIC INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE 674
ECCENTRIC EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE IS DEPENDENT ON MUSCLE LENGTH675
SERUM CALCIUM CONCENTRATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW CREATINE KINASE RESPONDERS 676
THE INFLUENCE OF MAGNESIUM ON STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT AND MUSCULAR COMPLAINT SYMPTOMS FOLLOWING STRENGTH EXERCISE 677
DECREASED COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING AFFECTS CONTRACTION-INDUCED SKELETAL MUSCLE INJURY 678
CORRELATION OF MUSCLE DAMAGE AND ACUTE PHASE REACTION AFTER AN ULTRAMARATHON: EFFECT OF DICLOFENAC 679
EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE IN SUBJECTS WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF INGESTED ESTROGEN 680
THE EFFECT OF ESTRADIOL ON ATP DEPLETION IN SKELETAL MUSCLE MYOBLAST FOLLOWING INDIRECT MEMBRANE DAMAGE 681
EFFECTS OF ACUTE ISCHEMIA AND HYPOTHERMIA ON SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM Ca2+ ATPase CONCENTRATION IN RECOVERING RAT EDL 682
HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN EXPRESSION AFTER TRAINING IN THE PLANTARIS MUSCLE OF FISCHER 344 RATS 683
CONCENTRIC ISOKINETIC TRAINING AND HYPERTROPHY OF THE QUADRICEPS FEMORIS MUSCLES 684
MUSCULAR ADAPTATIONS IN ELDERLY MEN FOLLOWING A 16-WEEK HIGH-INTENSITY RESISTANCE TRAINING PROGRAM 685
EFFECTS OF ENDURANCE TRAINING ON EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE 686
ADAPTATIONS OF THE DIAPHRAGM NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION INDUCED BY CHRONIC OVERLOAD 687
BIOENERGETIC AND ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME ACTIVITIES OF MAMMALIAN DIAPHRAGMS688
EFFECTS OF CREATINE SUPPLEMENTATION AND TRAINING ON SPRINT PERFORMANCE IN RATS 689
ENDURANCE TRAINING REDUCES DIAPHRAGM FATIGUE IN VITRO 690
EFFECT OF SHORT PERIOD OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ON MUSCLE USE AND STRENGTH 691
NEURAL FACILITATION AND NEURAL CROSS-EDUCATION FOLLOWING DYNAMIC RESISTANCE TRAINING OF THE ELBOW FLEXORS IN FEMALES 692
NECK MUSCLE ADAPTATION TO CHRONIC OVERLOAD 693
THE EFFECTS OF ULTRA-ENDURANCE EXERCISE ON HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL SYSTEM 694
LOW PHYSICAL FITNESS AND OBESITY WERE ASSOCIATED WITH UNFAVORABLE SEX HORMONE PROFILES AMONG YOUNG MALES 695
EFFECT OF CASTRATION AND ANDROGEN TREATMENT ON ANDROGEN RECEPTOR LEVELS IN RAT SKELETAL MUSCLES 696
GROWTH HORMONE AND PROLACTIN RESPONSES TO EXERCISE IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN ON HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY 697
THE EFFECT OF DIET AND EXERCISE ON INSULIN AND SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN 698
INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL EXERCISE AND HEAT EXPOSURE ON THE HGH-IGF I-AXIS699
BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE AS A MARKER OF CARDIAC FUNCTION AFTER ULTRAENDURANCE EXERCISE 700
DOES FOREHEAD ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ENHANCE RECOVERY FROM A MARATHON?701
SALIVARY CORTISOL CONCENTRATION IN CHILDREN FOLLOWING GRADED EXERCISE TO MAXIMAL EFFORT 702
HORMONAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN ELITE BASKETBALL PLAYERS DURING A 4-WEEK TRAINING CAMP 703
CONTRACEPTIVE PRACTICES AMONG DIVISION I COLLEGIATE WOMEN SWIMMERS704
THE INFLUENCE OF SEX HORMONE LEVELS ON PERCEIVED SORENESS 705
REPRODUCIBILITY OF LOW RESTING TESTOSTERONE LEVELS IN ENDURANCE TRAINED MEN706
THE INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL CONDITIONING ON THE POST-MENOPAUSAL HOT FLASH 707
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PEAK ˙Vo2 AND RECOVERY ˙Vo2 KINETICS IN HIGH SCHOOL AGE GIRLS 708
RELIABILITY OF AEROBIC CAPACITY (VO2max) TESTING IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS709
VARIABILITY OF WALKING AND RUNNING ECONOMY AMONG PREPUBERTAL, ADOLESCENT, AND ADULT FEMALES 710
MENOPAUSAL STATUS DOES NOT AFFECT TRAINING RESPONSE IN WOMEN 711
INJURY RATES AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH LATERAL MOTION TRAINING IN FEMALES 712
LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN VO2MAX AS A FUNCTION OF FITNESS TRAINING AND BODY COMPOSITION CHANGES IN WOMEN 713
THE EFFECT OF TREADMILL GRADE CHANGE ON SIMULATED RACE PERFORMANCE714
A NON-REBREATHE TECHNIQUE FOR MEASURING CARDIAC OUTPUT THROUGHOUT PROGRESSIVE TO MAX EXERCISE 715
A NEW METHOD FOR THE CALCULATION OF CONSTANT SUPRA-˙VO2peak WORKLOADS 716
APPLICABILITY OF VO2MAX CRITERIA 717
EFFECT OF AGE AND TIME OF DAY ON VO2 MAX 718
TIME COURSE OF THE RESPONSE OF ˙VO2MAX TO ENDURANCE TRAINING IS GENOTYPE DEPENDENT 719
VO2MAX IS ELICITED DURING RUNNING AT VELOCITIES BELOW THE“VELOCITY AT VO2MAX” 720
THE VO2 RESPONSE DURING RUNNING AT VELOCITIES ABOVE AND BELOW THE“VELOCITY AT VO2MAX” 721
In vivo determination of fascicle length and pennation during voluntary contraction of human muscle 722
INTRAOPERATIVE SARCOMERE LENGTH CHANGES REVEAL DIFFERENTIAL DESIGN OF HUMAN WRIST MUSCLES 723
MEASUREMENT OF PENNATION ANGLE CHANGES DURING VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION OF HUMAN WRIST MUSCLES 724
INCREASES IN SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM Ca2+ -ATPase IN RAT RED MUSCLES WITH INTENSE EXERCISE 725
DETERMINATION OF CONTRACTILE APPARATUS Ca2+ SENSITIVITY: LINEAR VS. NON-LINEAR APPROACHES 726
THE EFFECT OF MUSCLE GLYCOGEN DEPLETION ON CA2+ RELEASE IN SINGLE SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBRES 727
MECHANICAL DEMANDS ON THE KNEE JOINT DURING LANDING ACTIVITY 729
EFFECTS OF OVERUSE INJURY PRONENESS AND TASK DIFFICULTY ON JOINT KINETIC VARIABILITY DURING LANDING 730
MUSCULAR AND INTERSEGMENTAL SOURCES OF MECHANICAL POWER IN SOFT AND STIFF LANDINGS FROM VERTICAL FALLS 731
STRETCH SHORTEN CYCLE PERFORMANCE: DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF NOT EQUATING THE NATURAL AND MOVEMENT FREQUENCIES 732
A 12-YEAR SUMMARY OF TWIN CITIES MARATHON INJURY 733
SENIOR OLYMPICS 1995: COMMON MEDICAL PROBLEMS 734
PLANNING MEDICAL SERVICES FOR A MAJOR MULTI-SPORT GAMES: THE '94 COMMONWEALTH GAMES IN VICTORIA, B.C 735
Cross-country Ski Marathon Injury Profile 736
A PROSPECTIVE PILOT STUDY OF SAILING IN THE FEMALE ATHLETE OVERUSE INJURIES ON THE AMERICA3 WOMEN'S TEAM 737
VOLLEYBALL INJURIES DURING THE 1995 U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 738
EFFECT OF ALTITUDE TRAINING ON SEA LEVEL AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC POWER OF ELITE ATHLETES 739
EFFECT OF LIVING HIGH AND TRAINING LOW ON SEA LEVEL ANAEROBIC PERFORMANCE IN RUNNERS 740
MEDIUM ALTITUDE TRAINING AND SEA-LEVEL PERFORMANCE 741
CONFIRMATION OF THE “HIGH-LOW” HYPOTHESIS: LIVING AT ALTITUDE-TRAINING NEAR SEA LEVEL IMPROVES SEA LEVEL PERFORMANCE 742
ANAEROBIC POWER CHANGES AFTER 12 WEEKS OF TRAINING IN WOMEN VOLLEYBALL NATIONAL TEAM 743
OXYGEN UPTAKE, HEART RATE AND LACTATE DURING ENDURANCE TRAINING IN TOP CLASS ROWERS 744
NONLINEAR COMPLEXITY OF HEART RATE DYNAMICS AFTER A RESTING PERIOD FOLLOWED BY ENDURANCE TRAINING 745
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: PARTICIPATION AND IMPACT IN MINORITY POPULATIONS746
Athletics, Physical Activity and Eating Disorders: Psychobiological Perspectives 747
CARBOHYDRATE INGESTION DURING EXERCISE: METABOLISM AND PERFORMANCE 748
NEUROMUSCULAR ADAPTATIONS IN EXERCISE SCIENCE 749
MOLECULAR ASPECTS OF AGING METABOLISM 750
HOW MUCH EXERCISE IS ENOUGH? 751
PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SPORT SKILL CHARACTERISTICS OF OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENTAL SOCCER ATHLETES 752
IMPORTANCE OF NEUROMUSCULAR AND METABOLIC DETERMINANTS OF 5 KM RUNNING PERFORMANCE 753
MAXIMAL AEROBIC POWER IN TRIATHLETES DURING SWIMMING, CYCLING, AND RUNNING754
THE EFFECTS OF 30 HOURS SLEEP DEPRIVATION ON AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC PERFORMANCE 755
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES IN ELITE JUNIOR TRIATHLETES DURING FIELD TESTING 756
IMPROVED CYCLING PERFORMANCE AFTER STEADY STATE VERSUS VARIABLE INTENSITY EXERCISE 757
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISOKINETIC STRENGTH AND FIELD TESTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS IN ELITE JUNIOR TENNIS PLAYERS 758
EFFECTS OF THE CROSSROBICS 1650 EXERCISE MACHINE ON STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT IN WOMEN 759
EFFECTS OF A PHYSICALLY DEMANDING TRAINING PROGRAM ON WOMEN'S HEAVY WORK TASK PERFORMANCE 760
GREATER ADAPTATIONS WITH SUBMAXIMAL MUSCLE LENGTHENING THAN MAXIMAL SHORTENING CONTRACTIONS 761
OVERUSE SYNDROME OF THE KNEES WITH HIGH INTENSITY RESISTANCE EXERCISE OVERTRAINING: A CASE STUDY 762
THE LONGITUDINAL RELATION BETWEEN ISOKINETIC QUADRICEPS STRENGTH AND STANDING HIGH JUMP IN YOUNG ADULTS 763
STATE OF TRAINING: A DETERMINANTS OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE DURING WEIGHT-TRAINING? 764
INFLUENCE OF A PRE-EXERCISE MEAL AND A CARBOHYDRATE-ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION ON ENDURANCE RUNNING CAPACITY 765
DISTANCE RUNNING PERFORMANCE IS IMPROVED WITH CARBOHYDRATE INTAKE 766
MUSCLE GLYCOGEN STORAGE FOLLOWING PROLONGED EXERCISE: EFFECT OF ALCOHOL INTAKE 767
A LOW GLYCEMIC MEAL 45 MINUTES BEFORE EXERCISE IMPROVES PERFORMANCE 768
THE EFFECT OF ORAL GLUCOSE SUPPLEMENTS ON MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS FOLLOWING RESISTANCE TRAINING 769
A COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT CARBOHYDRATE REPLENISHMENT PATTERNS ON 5000 M ROWING PERFORMANCE 770
THE EFFECT OF THYROID HORMONE (T3) AND HINDLIMB SUSPENSION (SUS) UPON Vmax: IS THERE AN ADDITIVE EFFECT? 771
HINDLIMB UNWEIGHTING-INDUCED RESPONSE IN SINGLE SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS FROM AGED RATS 772
AGE-RELATED SKELETAL MUSCLE RESPONSE TO IMMOBILIZATION (IM) 773
EFFECTS OF 3 WEEKS BED REST ON CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SKELETAL MUSCLE IN YOUNG SUBJECTS 774
EFFECT OF MICROGRAVITY ON METABOLIC ENZYMES IN RAT HEART AND SKELETAL MUSCLE 775
RESISTANCE EXERCISE PREVENTS THE DECREASE OF MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS DURING PROLONGED BED REST 776
EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING ON THE DIMENSIONS OF CONDUCTING AND DISTRIBUTING ARTERIES 777
THE EFFECT OF MUSCLE COMPRESSION DURING POSTHANDGRIP MUSCLE ISCHEMIA ON MUSCLE SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY 778
HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSE TO THE UPRIGHT POSTURE IN YOUNG EXERCISE TRAINED INDIVIDUALS 779
THE MICRODIALYSIS ETHANOL TECHNIQUE FOR MEASUREMENT OF NUTRITIVE SKELETAL MUSCLE BLOOD FLOW DURING DYNAMIC EXERCISE 780
BONE MASS AND BODY COMPOSITION CHANGES, AND CALCIUM INTAKE IN FEMALE COLLEGIATE ATHLETES 781
BONE MASS CHANGES IN FEMALE COMPETITIVE GYMNASTS OVER TWO SEASONS782
Effect of Physical Activity on Bone, Muscle and Fat Masses in Male Tennis Players and Non-Athletic Controls 783
LONGITUDINAL CHANGES IN BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN COMPETITIVE FEMALE DISTANCE RUNNERS OF VARYING MENSTRUAL STATUS 784
THE EFFECT OF 18 MONTH HIGH-IMPACT EXERCISE ON LOWER LIMB BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 785
BONE MASS CHANGES IN FEMALE COLLEGIATE ATHLETES RELATED TO MENSTRUAL CYCLE AND TRAINING SEASONS 786
EFFECTS OF EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE AND PREEXISTING PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS ON SALIVARY S-IgA 787
EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DOSES OF EXERCISE ON THE MACROPHAGE MHC II RESPONSE TO INFLAMMATION 788
PLASMA GLUTAMINE CHANGES AFTER HIGH INTENSITY EXERCISE IN ELITE MALE SWIMMERS789
GRANULOCYTE/MONOCYTE PHAGOCYTOSIS BUT NOT OXIDATIVE BURST IS INCREASED AFTER 2.5 H OF RUNNING 790
AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC POWER PERFORMANCE OF THE ELITE YOUTH ALPINE SKI RACERS791
THE USE OF VELOCITY OF VO2 MAX IN CROSS COUNTRY SKIERS 792
PULMONARY FUNCTION AFTER SKI WAXING 793
APPLIED PREDICTION OF CROSS COUNTRY SKIING PERFORMANCE FROM PHYSIOLOGICAL TEST DATA 794
CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING ECONOMY OF TWO SKATING TECHNIQUES 795
UPPER BODY POWER RELATES TO SKI SKATING ECONOMY OF ELITE BIATHLON SKIERS796
ENERGY COST OF CARRYING A RIFLE IN BIATHLON SKIING 797
HEMOGLOBIN/MYOGLOBIN DESATURATION IN THE QUADRICEPS DURING HIGH INTENSITY CYCLE ERGOMETRY OF ELITE SPEED SKATERS 798
GROWTH AND MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL AND LESS SUCCESSFUL COMPETITIVE MALE JI AND JII ALPINE SKIERS 799
USING RESPIRATORY EXCHANGE RATIO TO IDENTIFY ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD: A NEW METHOD 800
EFFECT OF A FIVE-WEEK EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAM ON SELF-WORTH AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS: A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED STUDY 801
ADULT FITNESS PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS TEN YEARS LATER 802
CHARACTERISTICS THAT DISCRIMINATE BETWEEN REGULAR EXERCISERS, MINIMAL EXERCISERS, AND NON-EXERCISERS 803
EFFORT SENSE, AROUSAL, AND RUNNING VELOCITIES AT RELATIVE OXYGEN CONSUMPTIONS IN WELL TRAINED RUNNERS 804
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF PARENTAL BELIEFS IN CHILDREN'S MODERATE-TO-VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 805
RUNNING ADDICTION AS A PREDICTOR OF INJURY 806
RELATIONSHIP OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, SMOKING, AND DEPRESSION IN ADULT MEN AND WOMEN 807
CHILDHOOD DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND GOOD HEALTH808
THE RELATIONSHIP OF BODY COMPOSITION TO SELF-CONCEPT, SELF-ESTEEM, AND DEPRESSION BEFORE AND AFTER AN EXERCISE PROGRAM 809
AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF MEASURES RELATED TO FREQUENCY OF RELAPSE FROM EXERCISE 810
INCLUSION OF PHYSICAL ACCEPTANCE IN TESTS OF THE EXERCISE AND SELF-ESTEEM MODEL 811
EFFECT OF MOOD MANIPULATION ON PHYSIOLOGIC VARIABLES DURING SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE 812
CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS OF A BODY IMAGE QUESTIONNAIRE ON ADULT FEMALE WATER AEROBICS INSTRUCTORS USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING 813
ACUTE AND CHRONIC EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON MOOD AMONG WOMEN ATTEMPTING SMOKING CESSATION 814
COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF 10 WEEK PROGRAMS OF EXERCISE OR NUTRITIONAL COUNSELING 815
WELLNESS ACTIVITY POTENTIAL CHECKLIST DERIVED FROM THE SELF MOTIVATION INVENTORY 816
BODY IMAGE AND EATING DISTURBANCE IN DISTINCT GROUPS OF FEMALE EXERCISERS817
WELLNESS ACTIVITY POTENTIAL: VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY ESTIMATES FOR THIS NEW CHECKLIST 818
THE EFFECT OF DEHYDRATION ON EXHAUSTIVE MOOD STATEFOLLOWING AN ULTRAENDURANCE RACE 819
RELIABILITY OF TWO DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF THE PHYSICAL SELF-PERCEPTION PROFILE IN YOUNG CHILDREN 820
ALCOHOL USE AND BEHAVIORS IN WOMEN LONG-DISTANCE RACE PARTICIPANTS REPORTING A HISTORY OF BULIMIA AND/OR ANOREXIA NERVOSA 821
EXERCISE AND BODY IMAGE IN COLLEGE FEMALES 822
VALIDATION OF A SCALE OF BELIEFS ABOUT EXERCISE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN823
COMPARISON OF PATIENT PERCEIVED AND OBJECTIVE EXERCISE CAPACITY 824
RESISTANCE TRAINING ALTERS PHYSICAL SELF-PERCEPTION 825
THE EFFECTS OF TELEVISION VIEWING ON THE SELF-REGULATION OF EXERCISE INTENSITY 826
COMPARISON OF LIFESTYLE AND STRUCTURED EXERCISE APPROACHES IN GAUGING EXERCISE INTENSITY 827
INFLUENCE OF AGE AND GENDER ON FATIGABILITY AND PLASMA LACTATE ACCUMULATION DURING INTENSE MUSCULAR CONTRACTIONS 828
EFFECTS OF THE CATCHLIKE PROPERTY ON THE FATIGUE OF HUMAN MUSCLE 829
GLUCOCORTICOID-INDUCED ALTERATIONS IN THE RATE OF FATIGUE DEVELOPMENT IN THE RAT DIAPHRAGM 830
EARLY AND LATE PHASES OF SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXATION RESPOND DIFFERENTLY TO FATIGUE 831
EFFECTS OF MUSCLE LENGTH ON THE CATCHLIKE PROPERTY IN FRESH AND FATIGUED HUMAN MUSCLE 832
THE EFFECTS OF PH AND H2PO4- ON MUSCLE FATIGUE DURING ISOMETRIC EXERCISE WITH ISCHEMIA 833
THE EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON SUBSEQUENT PERFORMANCE OF STRENUOUS ISOMETRIC EXERCISE 834
PERSISTENCE OF FATIGUE IN FEMALE QUADRICEPS FOLLOWING INTERMITTENT ISOMETRIC ACTIVITY 835
EFFECT OF CONTRACTION DURATION ON ENERGY COST AND FATIGUE IN CONTRACTING MUSCLE 836
DISPARATE IPSI- AND CONTRALATERAL EFFECTS OF CONCENTRICALLY VS. ECCENTRICALLY-INDUCED FATIGUE 837
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERIPHERAL FATIGUE AND THE INHIBITION OF NEURAL ACTIVATION 838
SKELETAL MUSCLE CONTRACTILE APPARATUS AND SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM FUNCTION IN CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE 839
FIBER NUMBER DEFICIT IN LONG TERM NERVE-REPAIRED VASCULARIZED MEDIAL GASTROCNEMIUS MUSCLE GRAFTS 840
IS DANCE TRAINING IN THE CHILDHOOD RELATED TO DEVIATING SKELETAL MUSCLE CHARACTERISTICS AS ESTIMATED BY BIOPSIES? 841
MODIFIED MUSCLE USE RESULTS IN A SHIFT IN THE DISTRIBUTION AND INCREASE IN THE CONCENTRATION OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEASE-2 842
CREATINE KINASE SUBFORMS IN MARATHON RUNNERS 843
LACK OF AN INTERACTION OF FUNCTIONAL OVERLOAD AND NON-WEIGHT BEARING ON SOLEUS ATROPHY AND MYOSIN HEAVY CHAIN EXPRESSION 844
DIMINISHED HEAT SHOCK RESPONSE IN THE AGED MYOCARDIUM 845
THE IMPACT OF EXERCISE ON DENERVATED MUSCLE 846
EFFECTS OF MAXIMAL ECCENTRIC EXERCISE ON MOTOR CONTROL PROPERTIES OF THE BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLE 847
MUSCULAR FORCE COUPLES ABOUT THE GLENOHUMERAL JOINT 848
VENTILATORY MUSCLE ENDURANCE IN SPINAL CORD INJURIED AND ABLE-BODIED PHYSICALLY ACTIVE MEN 849
PLASMA LEVEL OF CATHECOLAMINES IN PARAPLEGICS 850
KINEMATIC CHANGES OF WHEELCHAIR PROPULSION IN ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY851
TRAINING EFFECTS OF HYBRID EXERCISE ON PEAK PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSES IN PERSONS WITH QUADRIPLEGIA 852
Four-Year Longitudinal Changes in Physical Capacity of Men With Acute Radiation Syndrome 853
EFFECTS OF PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON MUSCULAR STRENGTH IN ADULTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 854
RELIABILITY OF CARDIORESPIRATORY AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES IN MALES AND FEMALES HAVING IDIOPATHIC PARKINSON'S DISEASE 855
SELECTED INDICES OF PERIPHERAL MUSCLE FUNCTION AND STRENGTH AS CORRELATES OF ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE IN PARAPLEGICS 856
EXERCISE TRAINING DECREASES SEIZURE INTENSITY IN GENETICALLY EPILEPSY-PRONE RATS (GEPRs) 857
CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS OF ACTIVE AND INACTIVE PARAPLEGICS (BELOW T6) IN ARM CRANKING ERGOMETER 858
EARLY ONSET OF ATROPHY AND SLOW TO FAST FIBER TYPE TRANSFORMATION FOLLOWING SPINAL CORD INJURY 859
CHANGES IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS IN A LIFESTYLE VERSUS A STRUCTURED EXERCISE INTERVENTION 860
STRUCTURED VS. LIFESTYLE APPROACHES: 6 MONTH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS CHANGES 861
HOUSEHOLD PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN BLACK AND WHITE WOMEN: THE CARDIA STUDY 862
ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND OTHER LIFESTYLE FACTORS WITH FIBRINOGEN AND FACTOR VII IN ELDERLY MEN 863
RELATION BETWEEN THE LONGITUDINAL DEVELOPMENT OF DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND AEROBIC POWER WITH LIPOPROTEIN LEVELS 864
THE EFFECT OF A 600 KILOCALORIE EXPENDITURE ON ACUTE CHANGES IN HIGH DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN-CHOLESTEROL 865
TIME COURSE OF CARDIORESPIRATORY DECONDITIONING WITH 17 DAYS OF 6° HEAD DOWN TILT BEDREST 866
HUMAN CALF MUSCLE FUNCTION IN RESPONSE TO 17-DAYS OF BED REST 867
PEAK FORCE AND MAXIMAL SHORTENING VELOCITY OF SOLEUS MUSCLE FIBERS AFTER 17 DAYS OF BEDREST 868
ISOTONIC CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES OF SOLEUS MUSCLE FIBERS AFTER 17 DAYS OF BEDREST 869
EFFECT OF 17 DAY BEDREST ON THE ENZYME AND METABOLITE PROFILE OF THE SLOW TYPE I FIBER 870
ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHANGES IN HUMAN SOLEUS MUSCLE FIBERS FOLLOWING CHRONIC BEDREST 871
MAXIMAL CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES OF ADOLESCENT ATHLETES TO TREADMILL RUNNING AND ARM ERGOMETRY: SWIMMERS VS SOCCER PLAYERS 872
INFLUENCE OF AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC FITNESS ON VENTILATORY ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD IN CHILDREN 873
HEART RATE KINETICS DURING 30-s HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE IN BOYS AND MEN874
PERCEIVED EXERTION IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS AS RELATED TO SEXUAL MATURATION 875
NUTRITIONAL AND PHYSICAL STATUS IN PREPUBERTAL BOYS WITH LOW IQ AND IN COUNTERPARTS OF NORMAL INTELLIGENCE 876
DIETARY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF FIVE OBESE AND FIVE NON-OBESE PREPUBESCENT GIRLS 877
MAXIMUM LEG POWER BEST PREDICTS FEMORAL NECK AND LUMBAR SPINE BMD IN 14-YEAR OLD GIRLS 878
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FITNESS LEVEL AND BONE MINERAL DENSITY ACCORDING TO THE VITAMIN D RECEPTOR GENE IN PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 879
RELATIONSHIP OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TO BONE MINERAL DENSITY AT THE PROXIMAL FEMUR AND LUMBAR SPINE IN POST-MENARCHEAL GIRLS 880
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF BIOMECHANIC AND ENERGETIC ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN 28 YEARS OLD MALES AND FEMALES 881
DISSOCIATION IN LONGITUDINAL GROWTH AND BONE MINERAL ACCRUAL IN ADOLESCENT BOYS AND GIRLS AS MEASURED BY DXA 882
QUANTITATIVE ULTRASOUND PREDICTS STRESS FRACTURE RISK IN FEMALE ARMY RECRUITS 883
CARDIAC OUTPUT RESPONSES DURING EXERCISE IN VOLUME EXPANDED HEART TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS 884
MAXIMAL VS. SUBMAXIMAL HEART RATE AND OXYGEN UPTAKE RESPONSES FOLLOWING SPACE FLIGHT 885
INFLIGHT EXERCISE INTENSITY AND DURATION ALTERS POST FLIGHT HEART RATE (HR) AND BLOOD PRESSURE (BP) RESPONSES TO STANDING 886
PERIPHERAL HEMODYNAMIC CHANGES FOLLOWING CESSATION OF SMOKING IN MIDDLE AGED MEN AND WOMEN 887
CHARACTERISTICS AND DETERMINANTS OF LEISURE-TIME PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG UNITED STATES ASTRONAUTS 888
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAMS FOR THE FRAIL ELDERLY: FROM THE LABORATORY TO THE REAL WORLD 889
THERMOREGULATION AND REPRODUCTIVE HORMONES: FROM CELLS TO PERFORMANCE890
INTERACTION OF EXERCISE AND REDUCED O2 DELIVERY ON WHOLE BODY AND MUSCLE ENERGY METABOLISM 891
POSTURAL CONTROL AND GAIT DEFICIENCIES IN ELDERLY ADULTS 892
ASSESSMENT OF FAT MASS BEFORE AND DURING WEIGHT LOSS IN OBESE WOMEN 893
IMPEDANCE BODY FAT PREDICTION AMONG BLACK AND WHITE FEMALES 894
CADAVER VALIDATED ESTIMATION OF TISSUE MASSES IN ELDERLY MEN 895
THE FAT MASS DENSITY AND A NEW PERCENT FAT EQUATION FOR THE CHINESE POPULATION IN TAIWAN 896
COMPARISON OF BODY COMPOSITION MEASUREMENTS FROM WHOLE-BODY PLETHYSMOGRAPHY USING MEASURED VS PREDICTED THORACIC GAS VOLUME 897
THE ACCURACY OF SKINFOLD ANTHROPOMETRY AND DENSITOMETRY IN DETERMINING PERCENT BODY FAT: COMPARISON WITH A MULTICOMPONENT CRITERION MODEL898
Moderate intermittent doses of exercise improves insulin and insulin/glucose in overweight females 899
INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS AND BODY MASS INDEX ON METABOLIC CORONARY RISK FACTORS 900
POST EXERCISE INSULIN RESPONSES IN MEXICAN-AMERICAN AND NON-HISPANIC WOMEN901
RELATIONSHIPS OF OBESITY AND FITNESS TO MUSCLE METABOLIC PROFILE902
HIKING HIGH AND LOW: CHRONIC EXERCISE AND IDDM 903
INSULIN RESISTANCE SYNDROME IS MODIFIED IN HYPERTENSIVE AFRICAN-AMERICANS BY SHORT-TERM EXERCISE TRAINING 904
IS VO2MAX AN APPROPRIATE FITNESS INDICATOR FOR OLDER ADULTS?905
MAXIMAL AEROBIC CAPACITY, NOT BLOOD LACTATE, PREDICTS RUNNING PERFORMANCE IN OLDER ACTIVE MALES AND FEMALES 906
THE 6 MINUTE WALK TEST FOR EVALUATION OF FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN ELDERLY ADULTS 907
THE EFFECTS OF AGE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LACTATE THRESHOLD (LT) AND VO2 PEAK 908
TESTING VERSUS TRAINING EFFECTS ON IRM STRENGTH ASSESSMENT IN OLDER ADULTS909
STRENGTH AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN ELDERLY ADULTS 910
ECCENTRIC CONTRACTIONS INCREASE EXPRESSION OF FIBRILLAR COLLAGENS, PROLYL 4-HYDROXYLASE AND LYSYL OXIDASE IN SKELETAL MUSCLE 911
TYPE IV COLLAGEN, MMP-2, AND TIMP-2 mRNA LEVELS IN SKELETAL MUSCLE SUBJECTED TO FORCED ECCENTRIC CONTRACTIONS 912
IBUPROFEN INHIBITS MUSCLE FIBER INVASION BY MACROPHAGES DURING INCREASED MUSCLE LOADING 913
αB-CRYSTALLIN IS A CHAPERONE FOR MECHANICAL STRESS?- FROM LOCALIZATION IN MYOBLAST/MYOTUBE 914
RELATIONSHIP OF PROSTAGLANDIN E2, LEUKOTRIENE B4, CREATINE KINASE, LACTIC ACID AND DOMS 915
THE EFFECT OF CAFFEINE ON ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE AFTER NON-SELECTIVE BETA-BLOCKER ADMINISTRATION 916
SINGLE DOSE OF ANALGESIC AND NSAID MEDICATION: EFFECT ON MUSCLE SORENESS AND PERFORMANCE 917
THE ATLAS (ADOLESCENTS TRAINING AND LEARNING TO AVOID STEROIDS) INTERVENTION FIRST YEAR RESULTS 918
THE ATLAS (ADOLESCENTS TRAINING & LEARNING TO AVOID STEROIDS) PROGRAM: IMPACTING ON REFUSAL SKILLS 919
THE ATHENA (ATHLETES TARGETING HEALTHY EXERCISE AND NUTRITION ALTERNATIVES) PROGRAM: TARGETING SPORT TEAMS FOR DRUG PREVENTION & HEALTH PROMOTION 920
THE ATHENA (ATHLETES TARGETING HEALTHY EXERCISE AND NUTRITION ALTERNATIVES) PROGRAM: CHARACTERIZING THOSE PREDISPOSED TO DRUG USE & EATING DISORDERS 921
FORCE PARAMETER VARIABILITY IN RESPONSE TO LOWER EXTREMITY DYNAMIC FATIGUE922
Contribution by each joint of lower limbs to the total work during repetitive leg bending and hopping exercises 923
GROUND REACTION FORCES OF THREE PROPULSIVE MOVEMENTS IN STEP AEROBICS924
THE EFFECT OF FATIGUE ON THE KINEMATICS OF CONTINUOUS VERTICAL JUMPING925
GROUND REACTION FORCES BETWEEN NOVICES AND INSTRUCTORS DURING BENCH/STEP EXERCISE AT TWO DIFFERENT SPEEDS 926
ACUTE STRETCHING EXERCISES AND VERTICAL JUMP STORED ELASTIC ENERGY927
EFFECT OF LIVING HIGH AND TRAINING LOW ON SEA LEVEL PERFORMANCE IN CYCLISTS928
Anaerobic Power as Predictor of Short Time-Trial Perfomance in Trained Cyclists 929
PREDICTION OF UPHILL CYCLING TIME TRIAL PERFORMANCE 930
HORMONAL CHANGES DURING A PROFESSIONAL CYCLING ROAD RACE 931
OPTIMIZING CYCLING PERFORMANCE BY VARYING POWER ON HILLS AND IN WIND 932
EFFECTS OF VARYING BICYCLE CRANK LENGTHS ON EXERCISE ˙VO2 RESPONSE933
ANAEROBIC POWER, LEG VOLUME, AND MUSCLE COMPOSITION AS FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFICIENCY OF CYCLE ERGOMETRY 934
COMPARISON OF PHYSIOLOGICAL PROFILES OF ELITE OFF-ROAD CYCLISTS AND ELITE ROAD CYCLISTS 935
INTENSIVE BICYCLE TRAINING-RELATED OVERTRAINING INLESS EXPERIENCED ATHLETES936
ADAPTATION TO HEAT AND HUMIDITY TRAINING OF ELITE ATHLETES IN ATLANTA937
THERMOREGULATORY AND BODY FLUID BALANCE RESPONSES DURING A SWIMMING TRAINING SESSION 938
PREDICTION OF UPPER BODY ANAEROBIC POWER IN AGE GROUP SWIMMERS 939
CRITICAL VELOCITY AS A PREDICTOR OF FEMALE FRONT CRAWL SWIMMING PERFORMANCE 940
EFFECT OF FLUID INTAKE ON PERFORMANCE, BODY TEMPERATURE, AND BODY WEIGHT LOSS DURING SWIMMING TRAINING 941
NO EFFECT OF MUSIC ON PERFORMANCE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS DURING A SIMULATED RACE 942
PHYSIOLOGICAL PROFILES OF 1994 WORLD CHAMPION HEAVYWEIGHT SWEEP OARSMEN 943
CHANGES IN NOCTURNAL CATECHOLAMINE EXCRETION AND AEROBIC CAPACITY OF JAPANESE KENDO FENCERS DURING WINTER TRAINING 944
METABOLIC RESPONSES DURING ROCK CLIMBING IN EXPERT SPORT ROCK CLIMBERS945
ECONOMY DURING A SIMULATED TRIATHLON IS HIGHLY RELATED TO TRIATHLON PERFORMANCE 946
ON- AND OFF-RESPONSES OF EPO, RETICULOCYTES, 2,3-DPG AND PLASMA VOLUME TO LIVING HIGH, TRAINING LOW 947
PHYSIOLOGICAL AND METABOLIC RESPONSE OF COLLEGE FEMALES EXPOSED TO A COMPETITIVE EQUESTRAIN TRAINING REGIMEN 948
EFFECT OF EXERCISE INTERVENTION AND AGE ON TOTAL BODY BONE MINERAL CONTENT IN YOUNG WOMEN 949
GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE PROXIMAL FEMUR IN MASTER RUNNERS 950
THE SIDE-TO-SIDE DIFFERENCES OF BONE MASS AT PROXIMAL FEMUR IN FEMALE RHYTHMIC SPORTS GYMNASTS 951
EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUSCLE MASS AND BONE MASS IN 114 POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 952
EFFECT OF CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN DISTANCE RUNNERS 953
Relationships between bone mineral density and muscle thickness in young women 954
BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN AMBULATORY AND NON-AMBULATORY ADULTS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION 955
Seasonal changes in bone remodeling markers in athletes 956
BILATERAL ANALYSIS OF BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL ATHLETES 957
EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BONE MASS AND MUSCLE STRENGTH IN 114 POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 958
RADIAL BONE MASS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN: A 10 YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY959
FITNESS CAPACITY, NOT TRAINING VOLUME, RELATES TO BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN ACTIVE OLDER WOMEN 960
COMPARISON OF LUNAR VERSUS HOLOGIC ASSESSED BONE DENSITY CHANGES IN ACTIVE LACTATING WOMEN 961
Gender and sport differences in bone mineral density in athletes962
EFFECTS OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ON THE BONE DENSITIES OF PERIMENOPAUSAL WOMEN963
CONTRIBUTIONS OF BODY COMPOSITION, ETHNICITY, AGE, AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TO TOTAL BODY BONE MINERAL DENSITY 964
THE EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM LOW INTENSITY AEROBIC TRAINING ON BLOOD PRESSURE IN HYPERTENSIVE ELDERLY PATIENTS 965
VARIABILITY IN SERUM OSTEOCALCIN LEVELS ACCORDING TO MENSTRUAL STATUS AND HRT966
LEG LEAN MASS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN 967
MORPHOLOGICAL ANDBIOCHEMICAL MARKERS OF SKELETAL MUSCLE BEFORE AND AFTER STRENGTH TRAINING IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN 968
MUSCLE STRENGTH AND FIBER ADAPTATIONS TO DETRAINING AND RETRAINING IN ELDERLY MEN 969
AGE-RELATED CHANGES IN NEUROMUSCULAR PROPERTIES OF HUMAN QUADRICEPS970
MAXIMAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN WOMEN OF DIFFERENT AGES AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS: A META-ANALYSIS 971
RELIABILITY OF THE AAHPERD FUNCTIONAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT BATTERY IN OLDER ADULTS 972
HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PHYSICAL FITNESS IN OLDER ADULTS 973
ASSESSMENT OF HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ELDERLY PERSONS OF MIXED-ANCESTRY IN THE WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA 974
COMPARISON OF AGE-ASSOCIATED DECLINE IN STRENGTH: WOMEN VERSUS MEN975
CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE FACTOR STRUCTURE UNDERLYING UPPER AND LOWER BODY STRENGTH IN WOMEN 51-75 YEARS 976
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-EFFICACY AND ADHERENCE AMONG OLDER ADULTS PARTICIPATING IN A STRENGTH TRAINING PROGRAM 977
RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF POSTURAL SWAY MEASUREMENTS FROM A BERTEC FORCE PLATFORM IN THE ELDERLY 978
EFFECTS OF HIGH INTENSITY RESISTANCE TRAINING ON BODY COMPOSITION AND STRENGTH IN ELDERLY MEN 979
STRENGTH TRAINING AND FOLLOW-UP ASSESSMENTS ON STRENGTH AND FUNCTIONAL SKILLS IN OLDER ADULTS 980
INFLUENCE OF VELOCITY AND CONTRACTION ORDER ON TORQUE PRODUCTION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH TRAINING 981
LOWER EXTREMITY RESISTANCE TRAINING IMPROVES POSTURAL STABILITY IN ELDERLY WOMEN 982
CORRELATES AND DETERMINANTS OF CRITICAL POWER AND ANAEROBIC WORK CAPACITY IN YOUNG AND ELDERLY MEN 983
IS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RELATED TO VO2max IN A 40-79 YEAR-OLD POPULATION?984
PREDICTING THE ENERGY COST OF WALKING IN OLDER ADULTS 985
EFFECTS OF A 14-DAY BED REST ON LOWER EXTREMITY NEUROMUSCULAR FUNCTION987
THE EFFECTS OF CLENBUTEROL ON MUSCLE MASS, CONTRACTILITY AND WORK CAPACITY IN HINDLIMB-SUSPENDED RATS 988
THE INFLUENCE OF AGING AND HINDLIMB SUSPENSION ON RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE 989
EFFECTS OF EXERCISE COUNTERMEASURES ON HINDLIMB PASSIVE TENSION IN 7 DAY SUSPENDED RATS 990
QUANTIFYING LOSSES IN KNEE EXTENSOR TORQUE DUE TO BED REST WITH THREE DIMENSIONAL TOPOGRAPHY 991
CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES OF SINGLE SLOW- AND FAST-TYPE SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS FROM AGED RATS 992
RISK FACTORS FOR EXERCISE ASSOCIATED MUSCLE CRAMPING (EAMC) IN MARATHON RUNNERS 993
GROWTH HORMONE/IGF-I AND MUSCLE LOADING PREVENT LOSS OF MYONUCLEAR NUMBER AND FIBER SIZE DURING HINDLIMB SUSPENSION 994
MUSCLE FORCE AND POWER AND SINGLE FIBER SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CONTRACTION-INDUCED INJURY FOLLOWING CHRONIC CLENBUTEROL TREATMENT IN MICE 995
SARCOMERE NUMBER REGULATION BY LENGTH AND VELOCITY 996
EFFECT OF MUSCLE GLYCOGEN CONTENT UPON THE CHANGE IN MUSCLE T2 FOLLOWING PLANTAR FLEXION 997
ENDURANCE OF DORSIFLEXOR MUSCLES IN CALORIE-RESTRICTED AND AD LIBITUM FED, GENETICALLY HETEROGENEOUS MICE 998
EFFECT OF A NEGATIVE GRADE AND EXERCISE INTENSITY ON FEMALES' MAXIMAL ECCENTRIC STRENGTH AND DOMS 999
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY, ACOUSTIC MYOGRAPHY, AND ECCENTRIC ISOKINETIC PEAK TORQUE1000
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY, ACOUSTIC MYOGRAPHY, AND CONCENTRIC ISOKINETIC PEAK TORQUE1001
POST-TETANIC POTENTIATION IN DORSIFLEXOR MUSCLES OF YOUNG WOMEN AND MEN 1002
˙VO2 KINETICS ABOVE AND BELOW THE VENTILATORY THRESHOLD FOLLOWING CARBONIC ANHYDRASE INHIBITION (CA) 1003
VO2 KINETICS IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE PATIENTS AND NORMALS - RELATION TO O2 TRANSPORT AND O2 UTILIZATION 1004
PLASMA AND RED BLOOD CELL CARNITINE DYNAMICS FOLLOWING HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE 1005
CONTRASTING SKELETAL MUSCLE METABOLIC RESPONSES TO LOW-INTENSITY EXERCISE IN HEART FAILURE AND PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE 1006
HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES TO ISOMETRIC EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSED VENTRICULAR FUNCTION 1007
NECESSITY OF THE INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTUM STUDY IN TEENAGE ATHLETES WITH T-INFANTILE ON ECG 1008
ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT INFLUENCES PEAK CARDIAC OUTPUT IN EXERCISE TRAINED POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 1009
LEFT VENTRICULAR STRUCTURAL ADAPTATIONS TO ENDURANCE EXERCISE IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN ARE NOT INFLUENCED BY ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT 1010
EFFECT OF AGING AND OBESITY ON VENTRICULAR MYOSIN ISOFORMS AND ENZYME ACTIVITIES 1011
STROKE VOLUME AND HEART RATE RESPONSES FOR WALKING ON LAND AND IN WATER IN THE ELDERLY 1012
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUSCLE CAPILLARIZATION, O2 DIFFUSION DISTANCE, AND ˙VO2 KINETICS IN OLD VS. YOUNG INDIVIDUALS 1013
INFLUENCE OF RUNNING VELOCITY ON VO2 KINETICS 1014
COMPARISON OF NON-INVASIVE VS. INVASIVE MEASUREMENTS OF ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE DURING PROGRESSIVE DYNAMIC EXERCISE TO FATIGUE 1015
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUSCLE OXYGENATION DURING EXERCISE BY TIME RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY AND FIBER TYPE IN HUMAN 1016
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXERCISE BLOOD PRESSURE AND BODY FAT DISTRIBUTION IN MEN 1017
THE EFFECT OF A SINGLE BOUT OF WEIGHT TRAINING ON AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE1018
EFFECT OF MAXIMAL EXERCISE ON ORTHOSTATIC TOLERANCE OVER A 24-HOUR PERIOD1019
CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES DURING JOGGING WITH AND WITHOUT A BABY JOGGING CART 1020
HEART RATE RESPONSE OF EQUESTRIANS DURING VARIOUS EQUINE GAITS 1021
EFFECTS OF SUSTAINED TRAINING ON T-WAVE ALTERATIONS IN ELITE ROWERS1022
LEFT VENTRICULAR DIASTOLIC FUNCTION AND AEROBIC POWER AFTER EXERCISE TRAINING AND CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKADE 1023
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAXIMAL AEROBIC POWER AND LEFT VENTRICULAR MORPHOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 1024
CROSS- SECTIONAL STUDY OF CARDIAC GEOMETRY IN GRAND SUMO WRESTLERS1025
PRIOR TRAINING INCREASES COLLATERAL BLOOD FLOW IN RATS FOLLOWING ACUTE FEMORAL ARTERY LIGATION 1026
THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE INTENSITY ON ˙VO2 DRIFT IN PERSONS OF DIFFERENT FITNESS LEVELS 1027
EFFECT OF MAXIMAL EXERCISE ON AUTONOMIC CONTROL OF HEART RATE DURING ORTHOSTATIC STRESS 1028
CHANGE IN AUTONOMIC NERVOUS ACTIVITY AFTER PROLONGED ENDURANCE EXERCISE1029
EFFECTS OF RESISTIVE TRAINING ON CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO LOWER BODY NEGATIVE PRESSURE IN THE ELDERLY 1030
BED-REST (BR) ENHANCES CALF VASODILATOR RESPONSE TO SALINE INFUSION (SI) INDUCED CENTRAL HYPERVOLEMIA 1031
HEART RATE AND BLOOD PRESSURE VARIABILITY AFTER BEDREST DECONDITIONING1032
REGULATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AFTER SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY 1033
FAST AND LARGE WATER INGESTION INCREASES CARDIAC VAGAL TONE AS ASSESSED BY 4-SECOND EXERCISE TEST 1034
HORMONAL ALTERATIONS DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE FOLLOWING ACUTE PLASMA VOLUME EXPANSION 1035
ESTROGEN REPLACEMENT DOES NOT INFLUENCE EXERCISE-INDUCED CH ANGES IN TOTAL BLOOD VOLUME IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 1036
CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS IS NOT RELATED TO CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY IN AFRICAN AMERICANS 1037
CARDIAC MUSCLE CONTRACTILITY FOLLOWING CHRONIC CLENBUTEROL ADMINISTRATION AND EXERCISE 1038
EXERCISE TRAINING AND THE INCIDENCE OF ISCHEMIAREPERFUSION INDUCED CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS IN THE RAT 1257
ENHANCED SPONTANEOUS TONE AND ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT DILATION OF RAT SOLEUS FEED ARTERIES AFTER 4 WEEKS OF EXERCISE TRAINING 1039
MAXIMAL ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATION IN RAT HINDLIMB SKELETAL MUSCLE1040
AEROBIC TRAINING INDICES PRECEDE CHANGES IN VENOUS NO2-NO3 LEVELS 1041
DOES NITRIC OXIDE-MEDIATED, SYMPATHETIC VASODILATION OCCUR DURING ISCHEMIC HANDGRIP EXERCISE IN HUMANS? 1042
CHANGES OF BLOOD FLOW IN SPLANCHNA, WORKING MUSCLES AND NON-WORKING MUSCLES DURING UNILATERAL LEG EXTENSION 1043
SKELETAL MUSCLE VENOUS OUTFLOW IS PHASIC AND CORRELATED WITH MUSCLE TENSION DEVELOPMENT 1044
BOTH THE MECHANICAL MUSCLE PUMP AND RAPID VASODILATION CONTRIBUTE TO THE IMMEDIATE INCREASE IN MUSCLE BLOOD FLOW AT THE ONSET OF EXERCISE 1045
POST-EXERCISE VASCULAR CONDUCTANCE AND HYPEREMIA ARE GREATER AFTER FOREARM EXERCISE ABOVE HEART 1046
TIME COURSE OF CONDUTT ARTERY DIAMETER CHANGES WITH EXERCISE IN HUMANS1047
ENHANCED BLOOD FLOW RESPONSE DURING REACTIVE HYPEREMIA IN HUMANS WITH PROSTAGLANDIN INHIBITION 1048
ROLE OF PROSTAGLANDINS IN HUMAN EXERCISE HYPEREMIA 1049
EFFECTS OF HAND BLOOD FLOW ON PEAK FOREARM BLOOD FLOW 1050
FOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY (FLI) IN THE MEDULLA OF CATS INDUCED BY STATIC MUSCLE CONTRACTION 1051
DYNAMIC CYCLING MOVEMENT ELICITS ACTIVATION OF THE INSULAR CORTEX IN MAN1052
CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO STATIC EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH BROWN-SÉQUARD SYNDROME 1053
MUSCLE CHEMOREFLEX INCREASES RENAL SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY DURING EXERCISE1054
ISCHEMIA-INDUCED α1- ADRENERGIC MEDIATED CORONARY CONSTRICTOR TONE DURING SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE IN DOGS 1055
HEMODYNAMIC EFFECTS OF BETA-BLOCKADE IN MEN AND WOMEN 1056
MECHANISMS GOVERNING CUTANEOUS ACTIVE VASODILATOR ACTIVITY TO ISOMETRIC EXERCISE IN HYPERTHERMIA 1057
HEMODYNAMIC ADJUSTMENTS DURING POST-EXERCISE ARE INTENSITY DEPENDENT IN HUMANS 1058
HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES TO COLD STRESS APPLIED TO THE FOREHEAD AND FOOT IN BLACKS 1059
EFFECTS OF DAY-TIME SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE ON AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY DURING SLEEP 1060
INJURY PATTERNS IN PROFESSIONAL ROLLER HOCKEY 1061
IN-LINE SKATERS: A SURVEY OF PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, STOPPING TECHNIQUES, FALLING AND INJURIES 1062
Snowboardinginjuries 1991 - 1995 1063
SPECTRUM OF INJURIES FROM SNOWBOARDING 1064
SNOWBOARD INJURIES 1065
INJURIES IN PROFESSIONAL BEACH VOLLEYBALL - A PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF INJURIES DURING THE 1995 AVP PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL TOUR 1066
THE COST OF INJURIES IN A PROFESSIONAL BALLET COMPANY: PHASE II1067
INFLUENCES OF SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY AND DOBUTAMINE ON TEMPERATURE RESPONSES AT REST AND DURING EXERCISE 1068
INTERINDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY IN PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO A 9-DAY COURSE OF HOT-HUMID HEAT ACCLIMATION 1069
HYPERTHERMIA PROMOTES SPLANCHNIC ENDOTOXEMIA AND NOS II INDUCTION IN THE SMALL INTESTINE 1070
EFFECT OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON METABOLIC INDICES OF FATIGUE DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE 1071
PEAK EXERCISE HEART RATE AT HIGH ALTITUDE 1072
THE MECHANISM OF CRYOTHERAPY IN THE POST OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF SHOULDER SURGERY 1073
THE RATIONALE FOR AQUATIC PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE SHOULDER 1074
ISOKINETIC CYCLE ERGOMETER IN REHABILITATION AFTER KNEE INJURIES1075
REHABILITATION IN WATER AFTER RECOSTRUCTION OF KNEE ACL USING QUANTIFIABLE OVERLOAD 1076
THE EFFECTS OF STRETCHING AND CRYOTHERAPY ON DELAYED ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS 1077
EFFECTS OF INDOMETHACIN ON REFRACTORINESS WHEN EXERCISE INTENSITY IS GRADED TO PREVENT EXERCISE ASTHMA 1078
BRANCHED CHAIN AMINO ACID SUPPLEMENTATION REDUCES MUSCLE AMINO ACID RELEASE AFTER ECCENTRIC EXERCISE 1079
A COMPUTERISED ELECTRICALLY-BRAKED BICYCLE ERGOMETRY SYSTEM USING THE CYCLISTS' BICYCLES 1080
USE OF BLOOD LACTATE ACCUMULATION TO VALIDATE A METHOD OF INTERVAL WORKOUT DESIGN 1081
INDUCED ALKALOSIS DOES NOT ATTENUATE THE OXYGEN DRIFT DURING CONSTANT-LOAD EXERCISE 1082
MONITORING TRAINING STRESS IN ELITE SWIMMERS USING BIOLOGICAL MARKERS1083
THE EFFECTS OF AN EXTERNAL NASAL DILATOR (BREATHE-RIGHT®) ON ANAEROBIC SPRINT PERFORMANCE 1084
A MAXIMAL TREADMILL GXT FOR ACCURATE PREDICTION OF ˙VO2max IN COLLEGE STUDENTS 1085
VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE 1-MILE TRACK JOG TEST IN PREDICTING VO2max IN BLACKS AND WHITES 1086
VO2max ESTIMATION FROM SELF ADMINISTRATION OF THE 1-MILE TRACK JOG TEST 1087
ESTIMATION OF VO2PEAK FROM A 1-MILE SIMULATED CROSS-COUNTRY SKI TEST 1088
SCALING OF PUSH-UP, SIT-UP AND TWO-MILE RUN PERFORMANCES BY BODY WEIGHT AND FAT-FREE WEIGHT IN YOUNG, FIT MEN 1089
TEN SECOND PULSE PALPATION DOES NOT ACCURATELY MEASURE HEART RATE AT REST OR DURING EXERCISE 1090
THE LINEAR CRITICAL POWER(CP) FUNCTION IS DEPENDENT ON THE DURATION OF THE PREDICTIVE TESTS(PT's) CHOSEN 1091
THE MECHANICS OF SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT IN FRONT-CRAWL SWIMMING 1092
A 3-D ANALYSIS OF THE HANDSPRING WITH FULL TURN VAULT PERFORMED AT THE 1992 OLYMPIC GAMES 1093
A COMPARISON OF MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING WEDGE, PARALLEL, AND GIANT SLALOM SKIING TURNS 1094
IMPACT ACCELERATION DAMPENING WITH MOUNTAIN BIKE SUSPENSION FORKS 1095
MORPHOMETRIC AND KINEMATIC ASSESSMENT OF THE SPINES OF ELITE CRICKET FAST BOWLERS 1096
TRAINING AND OVERTRAINING OF THE WORLD CLASS ATHLETES: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE 1097
ADAPTATIONS AND THE CONTROL OF BLOOD FLOW WITH TRAINING 1098
EFFECT OF TGFβ1 ON THE PROLIFERATION AND CHONDROGENIC PHENOTYPE OF PERICHONDROCYTES IN PRIMARY CULTURE 1099
GLUTAMINE INTERFERES WITH GLUCOCORTICOID-INDUCED EXPRESSION Of GLUTAMINE SYNTHETASE IN SKELETAL MUSCLE 1100
BLACK/WHITE DIFFERENCES IN SKELETAL MUSCLE MITOCHONDRIAL RESPIRATION: A31 P-NMR STUDY 1101
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FIBRINOGEN PLASMA LEVEL AND GENE POLYMORPHISMS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN 1102
CHANGES IN MYOSIN mRNA AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN DENERVATED RAT SOLEUS AND TIBIALIS ANTERIOR 1103
BamHI POLYMORPHISM IN MITOCHONDRIAL DNA (mtDNA) AND AEROBIC PERFORMANCE IN THE HERITAGE STUDY 1104
Xbal ERYTHROPOIETIN GENE POLYMORPHISM AND AEROBIC RESPONSE TO TRAINING IN THE HERITAGE STUDY 1105
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND THE SEVERITY OF PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL OCCLUSIVE DISEASE 1106
GENDER DIFFERENCES: CORRELATES OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 1107
Evaluation of the Inter-Relation Between Leisure-time Physical Activity and Selected Dietary Variables 1108
PHYSICAL INACTIVITY IS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF A LOW ANKLE / BRACHIAL INDEX 1109
EXCLUSION RATES USING ACSM'S PRE-EXERCISE SCREENING PROCEDURES 1110
OPINIONS OF ACSM PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS REGARDING SELECTED ACSM HEALTH/FITNESS FACILITY STANDARDS 1111
N=2,372 OR N=54? 1112
WHAT IS THE SMALLEST ENHANCEMENT OF COMPETITIVE PERFORMANCE WORTH DETECTING IN SPORT RESEARCH? 1113
THE BOOTSTRAP: VERIFYING MEAN CHANGES IN CHOLESTEROL FROM RESISTIVE EXERCISE 1114
MANOVA AND PROFILE ANALYSIS: ALTERNATIVE TO REPEATED MEASURES ANOVA AND POST-HOC PAIRED T-TESTS 1115
ACCURACY OF NON-EXERCISE MODELS TO IDENTIFY MEN AT RISK OF LOW AEROBIC FITNESS 1116
ALLOMETRIC SCALING OF MEN'S WORLD INDOOR ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS PERFORMANCE BY STATURE AND AGE 1117
INJURY TO SINGLE MUSCLE FIBERS BY SINGLE PLIOMETRIC CONTRACTIONS: ROLE OF INITIAL FIBER LENGTH 1118
FORCED LENGTHENING CONTRACTIONS AND MUSCLE FIBER INJURY 1119
EFFECT OF REDUCED MUSCLE TEMPERATURE ON ECCENTRIC EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE 1120
ECCENTRIC EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE INJURY IN HUMANS 1121
THE EFFECTS OF SUBMAXIMAL ECCENTRIC ISOKINETIC EXERCISE ON INDICATORS OF MUSCLE DAMAGE 1122
LEG EXTENSOR POWER AND WALKING PACE 1123
STRENGTH, FLEXIBILITY, AND BODY COMPOSITION CHANGES OF OLDER WOMEN FOLLOWING 10 WEEKS OF WATER EXERCISE 1124
THE EFFECTS OF TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING AND/OR STEP-AEROBICS ON UPPER AND LOWER BODY POWER 1125
OBJECTIVE METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF THE CONCONI TEST AND PREDICTION OF 10K PERFORMANCE 1126
EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT WARM-UP PROTOCOLS ON PEAK POWER OUTPUT DURING A SINGLE RESPONSE JUMP TASK 1127
THE COMPARISON OF HIGH IMPACT AND STEP AEROBICS ON QUADRICEP ISOKINETIC STRENGTH, POWER, AND ENDURANCE 1128
COMPARISON OF AN UPRIGHT AND A RECUMBENT CYCLE ERGOMETER ON MAXIMAL ANAEROBIC POWER 1129
ACUTE STRETCHING EXERCISES INHIBIT MAXIMAL STRENGTH PERFORMANCE 1130
STRENGTH AND FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES OF TRAINING WITH THE BODYBLADE PRO WITH HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL PLAYERS 1131
PHYSIQUE AND PERFORMANCE PREDICTORS FOR THE WINGATE ANAEROBIC TEST1132
EFFECTS OF TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING OR STEP-AEROBICS ON ENHANCEMENT OF STRENGTH AND AEROBIC CAPACITY 1133
EFFECTS OF MODE OF EXERCISE AND GENDER ON OXYGEN CONSUMPTION, RATINGS OF PERCEIVED EXERTION, AND LACTATE AT EQUATED HEART RATE INTENSITIES1134
EFFECT OF FOUR WEEKS OF DEEP WATER RUN TRAINING ON RUNNING PERFORMANCE1135
CROSS VALIDATION OF NON-EXERCISE MODELS FOR PREDICTING VO2MAX 1136
VALIDATION OF SELF-REPORTED EXERCISE SESSIONS USING A TRI-TRAC ACCELEROMETER1137
EFFECT OF GLYCINE INGESTION AND ACUTE RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON GROWTH HORMONE RELEASE IN MALE WEIGHTLIFTERS 220
THE EFFECTS OF ACCENTUATED ECCENTRIC RESISTANCE TRAINING ON KNEE EXTENSOR STRENGTH 1138
Effects of High and Low Intensity Weight Training on iEMG and Force 1139
Effects of Long-term Resistance Training on Body Composition and Resting Metabolic Rate 1140
THE EFFECT OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON ADRENAL HORMONE AND LYMPHOKINE PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS 1141
WEIGHTLIFTERS EXHIBIT GREATER MUSCLE POWER AND LOWER BACK FLEXIBILITY THAN NON-WEIGHTLIFTERS 1142
THE EFFECTS OF VELOCITY SPECIFIC ISOKINETIC TRAINING ON STRENGTH, HYPERTROPHY AND CROSS EDUCATION 1143
SHORT-TERM RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN OLDER ADULTS1144
THE EFFECTS OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING AND STRENGTH TRAINING ON THE MUSCULAR CAPACITIES OF THE TRUNK 1145
DXA ESTIMATES THE BONE MINERAL FRACTION OF THE FAT-FREE BODY IN ATHLETES 1146
MRI VS. CONVENTIONAL MEASURES OF BODY FAT LOSS WITH ENDURANCE TRAINING IN SEDENTARY FEMALES 1147
DIAGNOSTIC UTILITY OF THE BODY MASS INDEX AS A MEASURE OF OBESITY IN ATHLETES AND NON-ATHTLETES 1148
BODY COMPOSITION IN ASIANS: COMPARISONS BETWEEN BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE, SKIN FOLD THICKNESS AND HYDROSTATIC WEIGHING 1149
COMPARISON OF TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSING BODY COMPOSITION DURING WEIGHT LOSS: D2O, TOBEC, DXA, AND BIS 1150
VALIDITY OF BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE EQUATIONS FOR ESTIMATING FAT-FREE WEIGHT IN FEMALE GYMNASTS 1151
GENERALIZED BODY DENSITY PREDICTION EQUATIONS VERSUS GROSS INDICES OF PHYSIQUE AND FAT DISTRIBUTION IN MALES 1152
LOWER% FAT WITH LUNAR DXA COMPARED TO HYDRODENSITOMETRY IN LEAN MALE RUNNERS1153
USE OF CONDUCTOR LENGTH VERSUS HEIGHT IN ESTIMATING BODY COMPOSITION USING BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS 1154
An Alternative to Categorizing Nonobese (NOB) and Obese (OB) Subjects When Using the Segal Fatness-specific Bioimpedance (BIA) Equations 1155
PREDICTIVE ACCURACY OF BIOIMPEDANCE METHOD IN ESTIMATING FAT-FREE MASS (FFM) OF AMERICAN INDIAN, HISPANIC AND WHITE WOMEN 1156
PREDICTIVE ACCURACY OF SKINFOLD AND NEAR-INFRARED INTERACTANCE EQUATIONS IN ESTIMATING BODY DENSITY OF HISPANIC WOMEN 1157
PREDICTIVE ACCURACY OF BIOIMPEDANCE METHOD IN ESTIMATING FAT-FREE MASS (FFM) OF AMERICAN INDIAN, HISPANIC AND WHITE MEN 1158
EFFECTS OF METHOD, AGE AND GENDER ON THE ASSESSMENT OF INTRA-ABDOMINAL VISCERAL FAT BY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY 1159
BODY COMPOSITION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES IN OVERWEIGHT AND NON-OVERWEIGHT SINGAPORE CHINESE MALE ADOLESCENTS 1160
HYDROSTATIC WEIGHING WITH HEAD ABOVE WATER IN OBESE AFRICAN AMERICANS: A VALIDATION STUDY 1161
PREDICTION OF BODY FAT AMONG HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS USING NEAR INFRARED ABSORPTOMETRY 1162
ACCURACY OF ESTIMATIONS OF SUBMAXIMAL PERCEIVED EFFORT IN A STRENGTH TASK1163
KNEE EXTENSION AND FLEXION STRENGTH FOLLOWING UNILATERAL TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY 1164
KNEE EXTENSION STRENGTH FOLLOWING BILATERAL TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY 1165
SPINAL SURGERY IMPROVES FUNCTION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS 1166
HIP EXTENSION AND FLEXION STRENGTH DEFICITS FOLLOWING TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY 1167
PREDICTING MAXIMAL ISOKINETIC FORCE FROM REPETITIVE SUBMAXIMAL EFFORTS 1168
EFFECTS OF MOVEMENT SPEED AND JOINT POSITION ON KNEE FLEXOR EFFICIENCY FOLLOWING ACL SURGERY 1169
CALF BLOOD FLOW AS A NON-INVASIVE PREDICTOR OF LIMB PERFUSION IN PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE 1170
RESTING METABOLIC RATE IS RELATED TO DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OLDER CLAUDICATION PATIENTS 1171
THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG EXERCISE INTENSITIES OF CRITICAL POWER, VENTILATORY THRESHOLD AND INDIVIDUAL ANAEROBIC THRESHOLD 1172
EVALUATION OF THE ACCUSPORT® BLOOD LACTATE MONITOR 1173
EFFECT OF METABOLIC RATE AND AMBIENT WATER VAPOUR PRESSURE ON HEAT STRAIN WITH PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 1174
DETERMINATION OF FACTORS AFFECTING THE ESTIMATES OF BODY HEAT STORAGE IN CLOTHED SUBJECTS 1175
THE EFFECT OF AN AIR-PURIFYING RESPIRATOR ON PERFORMANCE OF UPPER BODY WORK 1176
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIRE FIGHTER PHYSICAL FITNESS AND PERFORMANCE1177
THE ENERGY COST OF UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL LOAD CARRY DURING FIXED RATE STAIRCLIMBING 1178
HEART RATE AND OXYGEN UPTAKE DRIFTS DURING PROLONGED HEAVY LOAD CARRIAGE1179
SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF THE HS-3800 PERSONAL HEAT STRESS MONITOR1180
BODY COMPOSITION AND MILITARY PERFORMANCE 1181
AGGRESSIVE WATER FOG ATTACK REDUCES HEAT STRAIN DURING SHIPBOARD FIREFIGHTING1182
ANTHROPOMETRIC AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS AS ILLNESS AND INJURY RISK INDICATORS IN AN OCCUPATIONAL ENVIRONMENT 1183
COMPARISON OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FRAME BACKPACKS DURING PROLONGED EXERCISE IN MALE MILITARY PERSONNEL 1184
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO PROLONGED LOAD CARRIAGE IN MALE MILITARY SUBJECTS 1185
THE INFLUENCE OF FITNESS ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL COST OF WILDLAND FIREFIGHTING1186
SELECTED FITNESS AND HEALTH CHARACTERISTICS OF MALE FIRE-FIGHTERS1187
EFFECTS OF GENDER ON THE EXERCISE INTENSITY OF LIFTING AND CARRYING IN TWO-PERSON TEAMS 1188
CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO INSPIRATORY AND EXPIRATORY THRESHOLD LOADED BREATHING 1189
REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE RELATIONSHIP OF SWEAT RATE VS. SKIN BLOOD FLOW IN OLDER AND YOUNGER MEN 1190
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN SWEAT COMPOSITION UNDER EXERCISE - HEAT STRESS1191
THE EFFECT OF HEAT ACCLIMATION ON MALE AND FEMALE FOREARM SWEAT RATE RESPONSE 1192
THE EFFECTS OF PASSIVE MICROCLIMATE COOLING ON FOREARM BLOOD FLOW IN FEMALES 1193
VENTILATORY DYNAMICS DURING PROLONGED CYCLING IN NORMOCONVECTIVE AND HYPERCONVECTIVE ENVIRONMENTS 1194
THE WET BULB GLOBE TEMPERATURE INDEX AND PERFORMANCE IN COMPETITIVE DISTANCE RUNNERS 1195
SWEATING RESPONSE TO PASSIVE CYCLING MOVEMENT 1196
RUNNING PERFORMANCE IN HOT, HUMID CONDITIONS: EFFECT OF BEVERAGE CARBOHYDRATE CONTENT 1197
THERMOREGULATORY EFFECTS OF CYCLING WITH AND WITHOUT A HELMET IN HOT-DRY, HOT-HUMID CONDITIONS 1198
REHYDRATION AFTER EXERCISE AND THERMAL-INDUCED DEHYDRATION: EFFECT OF SODIUM CONCENTRATION 1199
THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSE DURING AND IN RECOVERY FROM AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC EXERCISE 1201
THE EFFECT OF ELEVATED CORE TEMPERATURE UPON EXCESS POST-EXERCISE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION 1202
COLD ACCLIMATIZATION IN ACTIVE ANTARCTIC SCUBA DIVERS 1203
SWIMMING INCREASES COLD TOLERANCE IN YOUNG AND OLD MICE: WITH EMPHASIS ON BROWN ADIPOSE TISSUE 1204
HUMAN THERMAL RESPONSES TO PARTIAL COLD WATER IMMERSION DURING REST AND LIGHT EXERCISE 1205
EFFECTS OF ETHANOL ON THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSES OF MEN AND WOMEN DURING COLD AIR EXPOSURE 1206
EFFECTS OF AGE AND ETHANOL ON THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSES DURING COLD AIR EXPOSURE IN MEN 1207
HYPOHYDRATION AND THERMOREGULATION IN COLD AIR 1208
HYPOXIA AND ENDURANCE TRAINING-INDUCED ADAPTATION OF AMMONIA RESPONSE TO EXERCISE 1209
ADAPTATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES: CONDITIONS OF SEA LEVEL TO ALTITUDE AND ALTITUDE TO SEA LEVEL 1210
EFFECT OF HEMOGLOBIN P50 ON ˙VO2max AT SEA LEVEL AND EXTREME ALTITUDE - A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS 1211
EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA (12% O2) ON CEREBRAL EDEMA AND ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS (AMS) IN MEN AND WOMEN 1212
ACETAZOLAMIDE AND PERIPHERAL CHEMOSENSITIVITY TO CO2 1213
EFFECT OF AN ULTRAMARATHON AT MODERATE ALTITUDE ON THE PULMONARY FUNCTION1214
GENDER AND AGE EFFECTS IN RAPID MOVEMENT CONTROL 1215
THE EFFECT OF IPSILATERAL SOLEUS CONTRACTION ON PASSIVE CONTRALATERAL SOLEUS H-REFLEX GAIN 1216
KNEE REFLEX FACILITATION INDUCED BY SYNERGISTIC CONTRACTION OF THE CONTRALATERAL LEG IN WEIGHT TRAINED MALES 1217
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF ACTIVITY IN THE CONTRALATERAL LEG ON THE MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE OF THE KNEE EXTENSORS IN STATIC AND DYNAMIC CONTRACTIONS1218
MOTOR MOVEMENT CONTROL ABILITY IN VERTICAL JUMP 1219
ADAPTATIONS IN MOTOR UNIT FIRING RATES AND CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES AFTER RESISTANCE TRAINING 1220
CORTICOMOTOR PROJECTION TO WRIST FLEXOR MUSCLES IN BADMINTON PLAYERS1221
CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUNG AND ELDERLY FEMALES DURING RAPID LIMB MOVEMENT1222
THE RELIABILITY OF A DYNAMIC BALANCE TESTING PROTOCOL 1223
PATELLAR TENDON-TAP REFLEX CHARACTERISTICS AND QUADRICEPS ISOKINETIC CONTRACTION DEFICIT DUE TO ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) RECONSTRUCTION1224
FRACTIONATED REACTION TIME COMPONENTS IN MEN AND WOMEN AS A FUNCTION OF RESISTANCE 1225
MOTOR UNIT RECRUITMENT OF THE PECTORAL MUSCLE DURING INCLINE AND DECLINE BENCH PRESS EXERCISE 1226
METABOLIC RESPONSE TO EXERCISE ON THE HEALTHRIDER® EXERCISE DEVICE1227
MEASUREMENT OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS WITH THE AEROSPORT TEEM 100 METABOLIC SYSTEM 1228
THE METABOLIC RESPONSE TO MATCHED WORKLOADS ON A TREADCLIMBER AND TREADMILL1229
PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT OF STAIRCLIMBER, SLIDEBOARD, AND CYCLE ERGOMETRY AT SELECTED CADENCES 1230
INFLUENCE OF STEP HEIGHT AND FREQUENCY ON CARDIAC AND METABOLIC WORK DURING STAIRCLIMBING ERGOMETRY 1231
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF ALTERED STEPPING MECHANICS TO STEADY STATE STAIRMASTER EXERCISE 1232
METABOLIC EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL MODIFICATIONS TO THE HEALTHRIDER® EXERCISE DEVICE 1233
COMPARISON OF SLIDEBOARD, TREADMILL, AND CYCLE EXERCISE TO PEAK AEROBIC CAPACITY AND TRAINING 1234
PHYSIOLOGIC, METABOLIC, AND PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES TO SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE USING A TOTAL BODY RECUMBENT STEPPER 1235
PHYSIOLOGIC RESPONSES TO HEALTHRIDER™ EXERCISE 1236
HEART RATE RESPONSE TO AEROBIC EXERCISE ON A LARGE THERAPEUTIC ROLL1237
WHAT IS THE BEST INDOOR EXERCISE DEVICE FOR CALORIC EXPENDITURE?1238
A COMPARISON OF THE COMPUTRAINER LOAD SIMULATOR AND TRADITIONAL CYCLE ERGOMETRY 1239
VALIDITY OF A MANUALLY CALIBRATED AEROSPORT TEEM 100 GAS ANALYSIS SYSTEM 1240
Validation of the Aerosport TEEM 100 gas analysis system under autocalibration 1241
VALIDITY AND TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF THE STAIRMASTER™ CROSSROBICS™ 2650 UE™ 1242
CARDIORESPIRATORY AND METABOLIC RESPONSES DURING FORWARD AND BACKWARD WALKING 1243
Exertional Intensity and Energy Expenditure of Sport Rock Climbing 1244
DOES THE PATH FOLLOWED AFFECT THE DISTANCE WALKED IN THE 12-MIN WALK TEST?1245
THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT STEPPING DISTANCES AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS ON CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES WHILE PERFORMING AEROBIC BENCH STEPPING SKILLS1246
ACCURACY OF SELF-REPORTED HEART RATE AT ASSESSING EXERCISE HEART RATE DURING AEROBIC DANCE 1247
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO MOTION OF ARM SWING DURING WALKING EXERCISE WITH AND WITHOUT HANDWEIGHTS 1248
SUBMAXIMAL HEART RATES DO NOT DIFFER DURING DEEP WATER AND TREADMILL RUNNING AT EQUIVALENT VO2 1249
EVALUATION AND COMPARISON OF 300-YD AND 500-YD SHALLOW WATER RUN TESTS AS PREDICTORS OF AEROBIC POWER 1250
METABOLIC, CIRCULATORY AND PERCEPTUAL RESPONSES TO BENCH STEPPING IN WATER1251
PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS TO DEEP WATER AND LAND BASED RUNNING TRAINING PROGRAMS 1252
EFFECTS OF DEEP WATER EXERCISE ON AEROBIC CAPACITY IN OLDER WOMEN1253
INVERSE HEART RATE-POWER RELATIONSHIP IN EXPERIENCED, INTERMEDIATE, and NOVICE INDOOR ROCK CLIMBERS 1254
METABOLIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO PERFORMANCE ON A HIGH ROPES COURSE1255
ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF STEP AEROBICS USING THREE COMMON MOVEMENT PATTERNS1256