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The American College of Sports Medicine 


The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences 


National Strength and Conditioning Association 


Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina do Exercício e do Esporte 



Google Acadêmico 




The Cochrane Library



Astorino TA, et al. (2013). Magnitude and time course of changes in maximal oxygen uptake in response to distinct regimens of chronic interval training in sedentary women. 

Astorino TA, Vella CA (2009). Predictors of change in affect in response to high intensity interval exercise (HIIE) and sprint interval exercise (SIE). 

Billinger SA, et al. (2012). Aerobic exercise in subacute stroke improves cardiovascular health and physical performance  

Buchheit M & Gindre C (2006). Cardiac parasympathetic regulation: respective associations with cardiorespiratory fitness and training load  

Byrne NM, et al. (2005). Metabolic equivalent: one size does not fit all 

Cornelissen VA & Smart NA (2013). Exercise training for blood pressure: a systematic review and meta-analysis 

Cruz-Jentoft AJ, et al. (2010). Sarcopenia: European consensus on definition and diagnosis: report of the European working group on sarcopenia in older people 

Duarte A, et al. (2015). Aerobic training improves vagal reactivation regardless of resting vagal control 

Gaskill SE, et al. (2004). Validity and reliability of combining three methods to determine ventilatory threshold 

Gormley SE, et al. (2008). Effect of intensity of aerobic training on VO2max  

Halliwill JR, et al. (2013). Postexercise hypotension and sustained postexercise vasodilatation: what happens after we exercise? 

Hills, AP et al. (2014). Assessment of physical activity and energy expenditure: an overview of objective measures 

Hopkins WG, et al. (2009). Progressive statistics for studies in sports medicine and exercise science 

James PA, et al. (2014). Evidence-based guideline for the management of high blood pressure in adults: report from the panel members appointed to the Eighth Joint National Committee (JNC 8) 

Laursen PB (2010). Training for intense exercise performance: highintensity or highvolume training? 

Liu SAM, et al. (2011). Blood pressure responses to acute and chronic exercise are related in prehypertension 

Luttrell MJ & Halliwill JR (2015). Recovery from exercise: vulnerable state, window of opportunity, or crystal ball? 

MacDonald HV, et al. (2016). Dynamic resistance training as stand-alone antihypertensive lifestyle therapy: a meta-analysis 

Martyn-St James M, Carroll S. A meta-analysis of impact exercise on postmenopausal bone loss: the case for mixed loading exercise programmes

McMurray RG, et al. (2014). Examining variations of resting metabolic rate of adults: a public health perspective  

Mellis MG, Ingle L, Carroll S. Variability in heart rate recovery measurements over 1 year in healthy, middle-aged adults

Mezzani A (2017). Cardiopulmonary exercise testing: basics of methodology and measurements

Michael S, et al. (2017). Cardiac autonomic responses during exercise and post-exercise recovery using heart rate variability and systolic time intervals 

Midgley AW, Bentley DJ, Luttikholt H, McNaughton LR, Millet GP. Challenging a dogma of exercise physiology: does an incremental exercise test for valid VO2max determination really need to last between 8 and 12 minutes? 

Midgley AW, Carroll S. Emergence of the verification phase procedure for confirming ‘true’ VO2max

Midgley AW, McNaughton LR, Polman R, Marchant D. Criteria for determination of maximal oxygen uptake: a brief critique and recommendations for future research. 

Nagle EF, et al. (2017). Aquatic high intensity interval training for cardiometabolic health: benefits and training design 

Nobrega AC (2005). The subacute effects of exercise: concept, characteristics, and clinical implications 

Pescatello LS, et al. (2015). Exercise for hypertension: a prescription update integrating existing recommendations with emerging research 

Poole DC, Jones AM. Measurement of the maximum oxygen uptake V̇O2max: V̇O2peak is no longer acceptable. 

Rêgo ML, et al. (2019). Physical exercise for individuals with hypertension: it is time to emphasize its benefits on the brain and cognition 

Taylor J, et al. (2018). The chronic effect of interval training on energy intake: a systematic review and meta-analysis 

Thum JS, et al. (2017). High-intensity interval training elicits higher enjoyment than moderate intensity continuous exercise 

Weatherwax RM, et al. (2019). Incidence of VO2max responders to personalized versus standardized exercise prescription


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