Subject Areas on Research
- A sex-specific relationship between capillary density and anaerobic threshold.
- Block-Periodized Training Improves Physiological and Tactically Relevant Performance in Naval Special Warfare Operators.
- Brain and central haemodynamics and oxygenation during maximal exercise in humans.
- Branched-chain amino acid supplementation lowers perceived exertion but does not affect performance in untrained males.
- Carbon monoxide, skeletal muscle oxidative stress, and mitochondrial biogenesis in humans.
- Effect of exercise intensity and volume on persistence of insulin sensitivity during training cessation.
- Effects of Deployment on Musculoskeletal and Physiological Characteristics and Balance.
- Improvement in the mechanical efficiency of walking: an explanation for the "placebo effect" seen during repeated exercise testing of patients with heart failure. Duke University Clinical Cardiology Studies (DUCCS) Exercise Group.
- Low Volume Aerobic Training Heightens Muscle Deoxygenation in Early Post-Angina Pectoris Patients.
- Metabolomic profiling reveals distinct patterns of myocardial substrate use in humans with coronary artery disease or left ventricular dysfunction during surgical ischemia/reperfusion.
- Relationship between fat-to-fat-free mass ratio and decrements in leg strength after downhill running.
- Role of aerobic fitness and aging on cerebral white matter integrity.
- The effects of aerobic, resistance, and combination training on insulin sensitivity and secretion in overweight adults from STRRIDE AT/RT: a randomized trial.
- The reproducibility of the Bruce protocol exercise test for the determination of aerobic capacity in older women.
Keywords of People
- Moon, Richard Edward, Professor of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine