Exercise Physiology

Human runners exhibit a least variable gait speed

Cher, Pei Hua, Worringham, Charles, Stewart, Ian (2017) Human runners exhibit a least variable gait speed. Journal of Sports Sciences, 35 (22), pp.2211-2219.
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Minimum cost of transport in human running is not ubiquitous

Cher, Pei Hua, Stewart, Ian, Worringham, Charles (2015) Minimum cost of transport in human running is not ubiquitous. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 47 (2), pp.307-314.
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Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation for the 21st century

Worringham, Charles, Stewart, Ian (2013) Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation for the 21st century. Current Cardiovascular Risk Reports, 7 (4), pp.288-292.
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Utility of an alternative bicycle commute route of lower proximity to motorised traffic in decreasing exposure to ultra-fine particles, respiratory symptoms and airway inflammation - a structured exposure experiment

Cole-Hunter, Tom, Morawska, Lidia, Stewart, Ian, Hadaway, Matthew, Jayaratne, Rohan, Solomon, Colin (2013) Utility of an alternative bicycle commute route of lower proximity to motorised traffic in decreasing exposure to ultra-fine particles, respiratory symptoms and airway inflammation - a structured exposure experiment. Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source, 12, pp.1-25.
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Inhaled particle counts on bicycle commute routes of low and high proximity to motorised traffic

Cole-Hunter, Thomas, Morawska, Lidia, Stewart, Ian, Jayaratne, Rohan, Solomon, Colin (2012) Inhaled particle counts on bicycle commute routes of low and high proximity to motorised traffic. Atmospheric Environment, 61, pp.197-203.
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The effect of exercise on sleep quality in heart failure

Suna, Jessica, Scott, Adam, Stewart, Ian, Mudge, Alison (2012) The effect of exercise on sleep quality in heart failure. European Journal of Heart Failure, 11 (S1), pp.Article number: HF s2-s2.

Development and feasibility of a smartphone, ECG and GPS based system for remotely monitoring exercise in cardiac rehabilitation

Worringham, Charles, Rojek, Amanda, Stewart, Ian (2011) Development and feasibility of a smartphone, ECG and GPS based system for remotely monitoring exercise in cardiac rehabilitation. PLoS One, 6 (2), pp.1-6.
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Spontaneous pacing during overground hill running

Townshend, Andrew, Worringham, Charles, Stewart, Ian (2010) Spontaneous pacing during overground hill running. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 42 (1), pp.160-169.
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Plasma ATP concentration and venous oxygen content in the forearm during dynamic handgrip exercise

Wood, Rachel, Wishart, Connie, Walker, Philip, Askew, Chris, Stewart, Ian (2009) Plasma ATP concentration and venous oxygen content in the forearm during dynamic handgrip exercise. BMC Physiology, 9, pp.1-9.
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Can venous occlusion plethysmography be used to measure high rates of arterial inflow?

Wood, Rachel, Stewart, Ian (2010) Can venous occlusion plethysmography be used to measure high rates of arterial inflow?. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 108 (2), pp.239-245.
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Calibration of an ingestible temperature sensor

Hunt, Andrew, Stewart, Ian (2008) Calibration of an ingestible temperature sensor. Physiological Measurement, 29 (11), pp.71-78.
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Effects of Maximal Static Apnea on Antioxidant Defenses in Trained Free Divers

Bulmer, Andrew, Coombes, Jeff, Sharman, James, Stewart, Ian (2008) Effects of Maximal Static Apnea on Antioxidant Defenses in Trained Free Divers. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40 (7), pp.1307-1313.
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Assessment of Speed and Position during Human Locomotion Using Nondifferential GPS

Townshend, Andrew, Worringham, Charles, Stewart, Ian (2008) Assessment of Speed and Position during Human Locomotion Using Nondifferential GPS. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40 (1), pp.124-132.
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Energy balance during two days of continuous stationary cycling

Stewart, Ian, Stewart, Kelly (2007) Energy balance during two days of continuous stationary cycling. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 4 (1), pp.1-6.
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Effect of Prolonged Exercise on Arterial Oxygen Saturation in Athletes Susceptible to Exercise-Induced Hypoxemia

Stewart, Ian, Pickering, Rachel (2007) Effect of Prolonged Exercise on Arterial Oxygen Saturation in Athletes Susceptible to Exercise-Induced Hypoxemia. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 17 (4), pp.445-451.
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Applying a mathematical model to training adaptationin a distance runner

Wood, Rachel, Hayter, Scott, Rowbottom, David, Stewart, Ian (2005) Applying a mathematical model to training adaptationin a distance runner. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 94 (3), pp.310-316.
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The reproducibility of 10 and 20 km time trial cycling performance in recreational cyclists, runners and team sport athletes

Borg, David, Osborne, John, Stewart, Ian, Costello, Joseph, Sims, Jesse, Minett, Geoffrey (2018) The reproducibility of 10 and 20 km time trial cycling performance in recreational cyclists, runners and team sport athletes. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21 (8), pp.858-863.
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Effect of cycling in the heat on intestinal damage and fatigue

Osborne, John, Stewart, Ian, Beagley, Kenneth, Minett, Geoffrey (2019) The effect of cycling in the heat on gastrointestinal-induced damage and neuromuscular fatigue. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 119 (8), pp.1829-1840.
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The effects of daily cold-water recovery and post-exercise hot-water immersion on training load tolerance.

Borg, David, Stewart, Ian, Osborne, John, Drovandi, Chris, Costello, Joseph, Stanley, Jamie, Minett, Geoffrey (2020) The effects of daily cold-water recovery and post-exercise hot-water immersion on training load tolerance during 5-days of heat-based training. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 15 (5), pp.639-647.
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Task-specific feedback does not affect 20 km time trial cycling performance or test-retest reliability in trained cyclists

Borg, David N., Osborne, John O., Stewart, Ian B., Costello, Joseph T., Headrick, Jonathon, McMaster, Benjamin S., Borg, Samantha J., Minett, Geoffrey M. (2020) The availability of task-specific feedback does not affect 20 km time trial cycling performance or test-retest reliability in trained cyclists. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 23 (8), pp.758-763.
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Does exercise intensity affect wellness scores in a dose-like fashion?

Campbell, Patrick G., Stewart, Ian B., Sirotic, Anita C., Minett, Geoffrey M. (2020) Does exercise intensity affect wellness scores in a dose-like fashion?. European Journal of Sport Science, pp.1-10.
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Thermal infrared imaging can differentiate skin temperature changes associated with intense single leg exercise, but not with delayed onset of muscle soreness

Stewart, Ian, Moghadam, Peyman, Borg, David, Kung, Terry, Sikka, Pavan, Minett, Geoffrey (2020) Thermal infrared imaging can differentiate skin temperature changes associated with intense single leg exercise, but not with delayed onset of muscle soreness. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 19 (3), pp.469-477.
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Contribution of Dietary Composition on Water Turnover Rates in Active and Sedentary Men

Disher, Alice E., Stewart, Kelly L., Bach, Aaron J. E., Stewart, Ian B. (2021) Contribution of Dietary Composition on Water Turnover Rates in Active and Sedentary Men. Nutrients, 13 (6), pp.Article number: 2124.
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Analysing the predictive capacity and dose-response of wellness in load monitoring

Campbell, Patrick, Stewart, Ian, Sirotic, Anita, Drovandi, Chris, Foy, Brody H., Minett, Geoffrey (2021) Analysing the predictive capacity and dose-response of wellness in load monitoring. Journal of Sports Sciences, 39 (12), pp.1339-1347.
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Short-term heat acclimation preserves knee extensor torque but does not improve 20 km self-paced cycling performance in the heat

Osborne, John O, Stewart, Ian B, Borg, David N, Beagley, Kenneth W, Buhmann, Robert L, Minett, Geoffrey M (2021) Short-term heat acclimation preserves knee extensor torque but does not improve 20 km self-paced cycling performance in the heat. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 121 (10), pp.2761-2772.
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Does increased core temperature alter cognitive performance during exercise-induced heatstrain? A narrative review

Doohan, Meg, Watzek, Jessica, King, Neil, White, Melanie, Stewart, Ian (2023) Does increased core temperature alter cognitive performance during exercise-induced heatstrain? A narrative review. Journal of Applied Physiology, 135 (1), pp.35–52.
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Trends in menstrual cycle symptoms, physical activity avoidance, and hormonal contraceptive use in a general population of adult women

Doohan, Meg, King, Neil, White, Melanie, Stewart, Ian (2023) Trends in menstrual cycle symptoms, physical activity avoidance, and hormonal contraceptive use in a general population of adult women. Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, 36, pp.Article number: 100853.
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Evidence that heat acclimation training may alter sleep and incidental activity

Osborne, John O, Minett, Geoffrey M, Stewart, Ian B, Trost, Stewart, Drovandi, Christopher, Costello, Joseph T., Pavey, Toby G, Borg, David N (2023) Evidence that heat acclimation training may alter sleep and incidental activity. European Journal of Sport Science, 23 (8), pp.1731-1740.
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Treating exertional heat stroke: Limited understanding of the female response to cold water immersion

Hutchins, Kate, Minett, Geoffrey, Stewart, Ian (2022) Treating exertional heat stroke: Limited understanding of the female response to cold water immersion. Frontiers in Physiology, 13, pp.Article number: 1055810.
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Modified Stroop task performance when wearing protective clothing in the heat: An evaluation of the maximum adaptability model

Doohan, Meg, Stewart, Ian, Coulter, Tristan, Drovandi, Chris, Weier, Steven, Borg, David (2022) Modified Stroop task performance when wearing protective clothing in the heat: An evaluation of the maximum adaptability model. Physiology and Behavior, 246, pp.Article number: 113690.
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Heat Stress Management in the Military: Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Offsets for Modern Body Armor Systems

Hunt, Andrew, Potter, Adam W., Linnane, Denise M., Xu, Xiaojiang, Patterson, Mark J., Stewart, Ian (2022) Heat Stress Management in the Military: Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Offsets for Modern Body Armor Systems. Human Factors, 64 (8), pp.1306-1316.
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Potential role of passively increased muscle temperature on contractile function

Rodrigues, Patrick, Siqueira Trajano, Gabriel, Stewart, Ian, Minett, Geoffrey (2022) Potential role of passively increased muscle temperature on contractile function. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 122 (10), pp.2153-2162.
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