Wrist Acceleration Cut Points for Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity in Youth—Corrigendum
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Corrigendum Source Type: research

Documentation for Athletic Training, 3rd Edition
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Book Reviews Source Type: research

Insight into Acquired Brain Injury: Factors for Feeling and Faring Better
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Book Reviews Source Type: research

The Respiratory Compensation Point and the Deoxygenation Break Point Are Not Valid Surrogates for Critical Power and Maximum Lactate Steady State
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Contrasting Perspectives Source Type: research

The Respiratory Compensation Point and the Deoxygenation Break Point Are Valid Surrogates for Critical Power and Maximum Lactate Steady State
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Contrasting Perspectives Source Type: research

Predicting Ground Reaction Force from a Hip-Borne Accelerometer during Load Carriage
Conclusion A statistically based equation developed to predict pGRFvert from ActiGraph GT3X+ AM acceleration proved to be accurate to within 4% for Soldiers carrying loads while walking. This equation provides a means to predict GRF without a force plate. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Methodological Advances Source Type: research

Dehydration Impairs Cognitive Performance: A Meta-analysis
Dehydration (DEH) is believed to impair cognitive performance but which domains are affected and at what magnitude of body mass loss (BML) remains unclear. Purpose To conduct systematic literature review and meta-analysis to determine the effect size (ES) of DEH on cognitive performance and influence of experimental design factors (e.g., DEH> 2% BML). Methods Thirty-three studies were identified, providing 280 ES estimates from 413 subjects with DEH ranging from 1% to 6% BML. Outcome variables (accuracy, reaction time), cognitive domains, and methods to induce DEH varied. Effect sizes were calculated using standar...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Small-Sided Soccer in School Reduces Postprandial Lipemia in Adolescent Boys
Conclusion Compared with duration-matched inactivity (CON), after-school small-sided soccer (SOC) and treadmill exercise (TM) resulted in a similar, moderate reduction of postprandial lipemia in adolescent boys. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Early Motor Unit Conduction Velocity Changes to High-Intensity Interval Training versus Continuous Training
This study evaluated early changes in MU conduction velocity (MUCV) and MU action potential amplitude after 2 wk of either HIIT or MICT. Methods Sixteen men were assigned to either an MICT group or HIIT group (n = 8 each), and participated in six training sessions over 14 d. HIIT: 8 to 12 × 60-s intervals at 100% peak power output. Moderate-intensity continuous training: 90 to 120 min continuous cycling at ~65% V˙O2peak. Preintervention and postintervention, participants performed maximal voluntary contractions (MVC) and submaximal (10%, 30%, 50%, and 70% of MVC) isometric knee extensions while high-density EMG w...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Intermittent Running and Cognitive Performance after Ketone Ester Ingestion
Purpose Ingestion of exogenous ketones alters the metabolic response to exercise and may improve exercise performance, but it has not been explored in variable-intensity team sport activity, or for effects on cognitive function. Methods On two occasions in a double-blind, randomized crossover design, 11 male team sport athletes performed the Loughborough Intermittent Shuttle Test (part A, 5 × 15-min intermittent running; part B, shuttle run to exhaustion), with a cognitive test battery before and after. A 6.4% carbohydrate–electrolyte solution was consumed before and during exercise either alone (PLA) or w...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Numerical Reconstruction of Traumatic Brain Injury in Skiing and Snowboarding
Conclusions Current impact conditions of helmet standard evaluations consistently replicate collisions with obstacles, but need to be revised to better reflect other significant crash scenarios leading to traumatic brain injury. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Force–Length Relationship Modeling of Wrist and Finger Flexor Muscles
This study aimed to characterize the force–length relationship of muscles involved in wrist and metacarpophalangeal flexion. Methods Eleven participants performed two sessions: (i) one for the wrist flexor muscles and (ii) one for the finger flexor muscles. For each session, the participants performed two maximal voluntary contractions and then two progressive isometric ramps from 0% to 100% of their maximal force capacity at five different wrist/metacarpophalangeal angles. Torque, kinematic, and electromyographic data were recorded. An ultrasound scanner was used to measure the myotendinous junction displacement ...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Is Running Better than Walking for Reducing Hip Joint Loads?
Conclusions Hip PUD loads were lower for running at 3.47 m·s−1 compared with all other locomotion conditions because of a greater distance travelled per stride (PUD impulse) or a shorter stride duration combined with a greater distance travelled per stride (PUD force). (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Postexercise Hemodynamic Responses in Lean and Obese Men
Purpose We assessed resting central/peripheral blood pressure (BP), postexercise BP, and hemodynamic responses (stroke volume, cardiac output, and systemic vascular resistance) after acute exercise and 2 wk of aerobic training in lean and centrally obese men matched for BP. Methods Eight lean (body mass index 30 kg·m−2, visceral fat = 1471 ± 374 cm3) men performed six training sessions (3 d·wk−1 for 40 min at 65%–70% HRmax). Resting BP and hemodynamic measurements were obtained at baseline, after exercise for 60 min, and at 24 h and 48 h after the last training session. Results ...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: APPLIED SCIENCES Source Type: research

Influence of Accelerometer Calibration Approach on Moderate–Vigorous Physical Activity Estimates for Adults
Purpose To compare estimates of moderate-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) duration derived from accelerometers calibrated only to walking and running activities to estimates from calibrations based on a broader range of lifestyle and ambulatory activities. Methods In a study of 932 older (50–74 yr) adults we compared MVPA estimates from accelerometer counts based on three ambulatory calibration methods (Freedson 1952 counts per minute; Sasaki 2690 counts per minute; activPAL 3+ METs) to estimates based on calibrations from lifestyle and ambulatory activities combined (Matthews 760 counts per minute; Crouter 3+ ...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: EPIDEMIOLOGY Source Type: research

Wrist-worn Accelerometry for Runners: Objective Quantification of Training Load
Conclusions Wrist-worn accelerometer metrics can be used to objectively, unobtrusively, and accurately identify running training days in runners, reducing the need for training logs or user input in future prospective research or commercial activity tracking. The high percentage of variance explained in existing self-reported measures of training load by simple, accelerometer-derived metrics of external training load supports the future use of accelerometry for prospective, preventative, and prescriptive monitoring purposes in runners. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: EPIDEMIOLOGY Source Type: research

Modeling Training Loads and Injuries: The Dangers of Discretization
Conclusions Many studies on the relationship between training loads and injury that have used regression modeling have significant limitations due to improper discretization of continuous variables and risk estimates. Continuous methods are more suited to modeling the relationship between training load and injury. Comparing injury risk models using ROC curves can lead to inferior model selection. Measures of calibration are more informative judging the utility of injury risk models. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: EPIDEMIOLOGY Source Type: research

Handgrip Strength, Function, and Mortality in Older Adults: A Time-varying Approach
Conclusions Decreased handgrip strength was associated with increased odds for each ADL limitation, and in turn, most individual ADL impairments were associated with a higher hazard for mortality in older adults. These findings provide insights into the disabling process by identifying which ADL limitations are most impacted by decreased handgrip strength and the subsequent time to mortality for each ADL disability. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: EPIDEMIOLOGY Source Type: research

Physical Activity, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, and Incident Glaucoma
Conclusion These data provide epidemiological evidence that meeting physical activity guidelines or being fit reduces the risk of developing glaucoma. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: EPIDEMIOLOGY Source Type: research

High-Intensity Interval Training Augments Muscle Carnosine in the Absence of Dietary Beta-alanine Intake
Conclusions In the absence of any dietary intake of β-alanine, HIIT increased MCarn content. The contribution of increased MCarn to the total increase in βmin vitro appears to be small. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: BASIC SCIENCES Source Type: research

Resistance Exercise Selectively Mobilizes Monocyte Subsets: Role of Polyphenols
Conclusions Resistance exercise may elicit selective mobilization of intermediate monocytes at 24H and 48H, which may be mediated by tissue damage. Additionally, polyphenol supplementation may suppress CD11b expression on monocyte subsets at rest. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: BASIC SCIENCES Source Type: research

The Yips: Methods to Identify Golfers with a Dystonic Etiology/Golfer’s Cramp
Conclusions Quantitative methods were identified that appear to identify golfers with a dystonic etiology for the yips. It is not just the frequency of yips nor just specific motion patterns alone, rather it is also a combination of yips with co-occurring co-contraction when putting with two hands, and then right hand only, that distinguished this possible etiology. Despite being a small study, identifying a dystonic pattern, even in a nonpressure indoor setting, may aid in assessment and possible monitoring of treatment. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: CLINICAL SCIENCES Source Type: research

Psychodiagnostics: Classification of the Yips Phenomenon based on Musician’s Dystonia
Conclusions The current study suggests that the yips phenomenon might cover a broader range of different subtypes of movement disturbances than those already suggested in the literature. Finally, a theoretical model, which explains the role of the different triggering factors in the discrimination of the different subtypes, is suggested. A better classification and understanding of the different subtypes of yips could lead to a more accurate diagnosis and to the design of more individualized treatment intervention. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: CLINICAL SCIENCES Source Type: research

Gait Biomechanics in Anterior Cruciate Ligament–reconstructed Knees at Different Time Frames Postsurgery
Conclusions Walking and jogging gait biomechanics presented differently in patients at different stages in time after ACLR surgery. The early ACLR group demonstrated lower sagittal and frontal plane joint loading on the ACLR limb compared with contralateral and control limbs. The mid ACLR group did not demonstrate any gait differences compared with the contralateral or control limb. The late ACLR group demonstrated lower sagittal plane joint loading compared with control limbs and greater frontal plane joint loading compared to contralateral and control limbs. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: CLINICAL SCIENCES Source Type: research

Hypoxic Training Improves Normoxic Glucose Tolerance in Adolescents with Obesity
Conclusions Hypoxic exercise training was particularly efficient at improving glucose tolerance and insulin response to a glucose challenge in adolescents with obesity. These results suggest that exercise training in hypoxia could be an interesting strategy against insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes development in adolescents with obesity. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: CLINICAL SCIENCES Source Type: research

An Investigation of Dynamic Cerebral Autoregulation in Adolescent Concussion
Conclusion Adolescents demonstrate an impairment in dynamic cerebral autoregulation after concussion that improves along with clinical symptoms in some individuals and remains impaired in others despite symptom resolution. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: CLINICAL SCIENCES Source Type: research

Impact of a Graded Exercise Program on V˙O2peak and Survival in Heart Failure Patients
Conclusions The 12-month GET-RT program was associated with an improved fitness during 1-yr follow-up, whereas a tendency toward better survival rates was observed during long-term follow-up. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - October 17, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: CLINICAL SCIENCES Source Type: research

The Influence of Wildland Fire Operations on Adipose Tissue, Skeletal Muscle and Lipids—Corrigendum
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Corrigenda Source Type: research

Effects of Strength Training on Postpubertal Adolescent Distance Runners—Corrigendum
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Corrigenda Source Type: research

Insall and Scott Surgery of the Knee - 2 Volume Set, 6th Edition
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Book Reviews Source Type: research

Postoperative Orthopedic Rehabilitation
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Book Reviews Source Type: research

Response
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Letters to the Editor-in-Chief Source Type: research

Validation of Step Counters in the Free-living Context
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Letters to the Editor-in-Chief Source Type: research

Response
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Letters to the Editor-in-Chief Source Type: research

Isolated “Low” Test Scores Are Often Normal and Valid
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Letters to the Editor-in-Chief Source Type: research

The Problem with “Magnitude-based Inference”
Conclusions Magnitude-based inference exhibits worrisome empirical behavior. In contrast to standard null hypothesis testing, which has predictable type I error rates, the type I error rates for MBI vary widely depending on the sample size and choice of smallest important effect, and are often unacceptably high. Magnitude-based inference should not be used. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Commentary Source Type: research

Magnitude-based Inference: Good Idea but Flawed Approach
No abstract available (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS: Commentary Source Type: research

Pilot Study of Impact of a Pedal Desk on Postprandial Responses in Sedentary Workers
Conclusions The PD resulted in lower postmeal insulin concentrations without an overall negative impact on work skills. Thus, the PD could have the potential to achieve public and occupational health goals in sedentary work environments. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Is Daily Composition of Movement Behaviors Related to Blood Pressure in Working Adults?
Conclusions Daily composition of movement behaviors is associated with SBP among workers. Spending more time sedentary compared with other behaviors was deleteriously associated with SBP, whereas spending more time in bed was beneficially associated with SBP. How time is spent in different movement behaviors throughout the day is important for BP and needs to be further investigated to be included in future clinical practice guidelines. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Complex Terrain Load Carriage Energy Expenditure Estimation Using Global Positioning System Devices
Introduction Military load carriage can cause extreme energy expenditure (EE) that is difficult to estimate due to complex terrain grades and surfaces. Global Positioning System (GPS) devices capture rapid changes in walking speed and terrain but the delayed respiratory response to movement is problematic. We investigated the accuracy using GPS data in three different equations to estimate EE during complex terrain load carriage. Methods Twelve active duty military personnel (age, 20 ± 3 yr; height, 174 ± 8 cm; body mass, 85 ± 13 kg) hiked a complex terrain trail on multiple visits under different...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Isometric versus Dynamic Measurements of Fatigue: Does Age Matter? A Meta-analysis
Purpose The assessment of power changes after fatiguing exercise provides important additional information about neuromuscular function compared with traditional isometric measurements, especially when exploring age-related changes in fatigability. Therefore, the aim of this review was to explore the effects of age on neuromuscular fatigue (NMF) when measured in isometric compared with dynamic contractions. The importance of central and peripheral mechanisms contributing to age-related NMF was discussed. Methods Medline, EMBASE, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, and SPORT Discus databases were searched. ...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Nitrate Supplement Benefits Contractile Forces in Fatigued but Not Unfatigued Muscle
Conclusions Nitrate supplementation reduced the decline in explosive voluntary forces during a fatiguing protocol and attenuated low-frequency fatigue, likely due to reduced disruption of excitation–contraction coupling. However, contrary to previous findings, nitrate supplementation had no effect on contractile performance in unfatigued conditions. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Psychological and Behavioral Responses to Interval and Continuous Exercise
Purpose To compare psychological responses to, and preferences for, moderate-intensity continuous training (MICT), high-intensity interval training (HIIT), and sprint interval training (SIT) among inactive adults; and to investigate the relationships between affect, enjoyment, exercise preferences, and subsequent exercise behavior over a 4-wk follow-up period. Methods Thirty inactive men and women (21.23 ± 3.81 yr), inexperienced with HIIT or SIT, completed three trials of cycle ergometer exercise in random order on separate days: MICT (45 min continuous; approximately 70% to 75% of HR maximum (HRmax)); HIIT (1...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Physical Activity Levels Predict Exercise-induced Hypoalgesia in Older Adults
Conclusions Older adults did not exhibit EIH after submaximal isometric exercise. However, those who did more MVPA per week experienced a greater magnitude of pain inhibition after acute exercise. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Factors Contributing to Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome in Runners: A Prospective Study
Purpose Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is one of the most common overuse injuries sustained by runners. Despite the prevalence of this injury, risk factors for developing MTSS remain unclear. The purpose of this study was to prospectively evaluate differences in passive range of motion, muscle strength, plantar pressure distributions, and running kinematics between runners who developed MTSS and those who did not. Methods Twenty-four National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 cross-country runners participated in this study. Participants underwent a clinical examination documenting passive range of moti...
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Thigh and Psoas Major Muscularity and Its Relation to Running Mechanics in Sprinters
Conclusions The sprinters in this study presented greater muscularity of the thigh and psoas major but not the monoarticular knee extensor or flexor muscles. The rectus femoris, in particular, may play an important role during the swing phase of sprinting. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Depressed Physical Performance Outlasts Hormonal Disturbances after Military Training
Conclusions One-week arduous military exercise resulted in reductions in body mass and performance, as well as considerable hormonal disturbances. Our most important observation was that whereas the hormonal systems was normalized within 1 wk of rest and proper nutrition, lower body strength and jump performance were still depressed after 2 wk. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

High-Intensity Interval or Continuous Moderate Exercise: A 24-Week Pilot Trial
Conclusion This pilot intervention was successful in increasing, and maintaining, free-living MVPA over a 24-wk period in individuals at high risk of T2D. Speculation that HIIT is inappropriate or unattainable for overweight individuals at high risk of T2D may be unfounded. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Applied Sciences Source Type: research

Glucose Tolerance is Linked to Postprandial Fuel Use Independent of Exercise Dose
Conclusion Independent of exercise dose and fat loss, short-term training improves glucose tolerance in relation to enhanced postprandial fuel use. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Basic Sciences Source Type: research

Adipose Tissue Responses to Breaking Sitting in Men and Women with Central Adiposity
Conclusions This study demonstrates that breaking sitting with short bouts of physical activity has very pronounced effects on systemic postprandial glucose and insulin concentrations, but this does not translate into corresponding effects within adipose tissue. (Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise)
Source: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - September 15, 2018 Category: Sports Medicine Tags: Basic Sciences Source Type: research