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Abbreviation : TR
Long Form : treadmill running
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Physiological Aspects of Different Roller Skiing Techniques in Field Conditions. ---
2019 Role of Noradrenergic Inputs From Locus Coeruleus on Changes Induced on Axotomized Motoneurons by Physical Exercise. LC, PNN
2018 Comparison of Acute Energy Expenditure and Rating of Perceived Exertion in Equivalent Bouts of Circuit Training and Treadmill Running. CT, EE, HR, RPE
2018 Exercise-induced bronchospasm in children and adolescents with allergic rhinitis by treadmill and hyperventilation challenges. EIB, EVH
2018 Road to the Olympics: physical fitness of medalists of the Canoe Sprint Junior European and World Championship events over the past 20 years. KE, MJCH, NT
2016 Lower Limb Kinematics and Metabolic Cost During Elliptical Exercises and Treadmill Running. LE, ROM, SE
2015 Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction diagnosis in asthmatic children: comparison of treadmill running and eucapnic voluntary hyperventilation challenges. EIB, EVH, FEV1
2013 Differential effects of activity dependent treatments on axonal regeneration and neuropathic pain after peripheral nerve injury. ES
2013 Maximal and ventilatory thresholds of oxygen uptake and rating of perceived exertion responses to water aerobic exercises. FK, JJ, RPE, SR
10  2013 Treadmill running and static stretching improve long-lasting hyperalgesia, joint limitation, and muscle atrophy induced by cast immobilization in rats. SD, SS
11  2012 Different types of exercise induce differential effects on neuronal adaptations and memory performance. ---
12  2011 Postural control after a prolonged treadmill run at individual ventilatory and anaerobic threshold. EO, IVT, pre
13  2009 Effects of treadmill running and resistance exercises on lowering blood pressure during the daily work of hypertensive subjects. AL, BP, CON, RE, REST
14  2008 Comparison of heart rate deflection and ventilatory threshold during a field cross-country roller-skiing test. HR, RS, VO2
15  2008 Exercise enhances the proliferation of neural stem cells and neurite growth and survival of neuronal progenitor cells in dentate gyrus of middle-aged mice. NSCs
16  2008 Glucocorticoid signaling and exercise-induced downregulation of the mineralocorticoid receptor in the induction of adult mouse dentate neurogenesis by treadmill running. MR, NPCs
17  2001 Increased contractility and calcium sensitivity in cardiac myocytes isolated from endurance trained rats. SED
18  2000 Maximal oxygen uptake and cardiorespiratory response to maximal 400-m free swimming, running and cycling tests in competitive swimmers. EC, SW, VT
19  1998 Effects of prolonged exercise on brain ammonia and amino acids. GABA, UN
20  1998 Gender comparison of peak oxygen uptake: repetitive box lifting versus treadmill running. RL
21  1997 Exercise mode and gender comparisons of energy expenditure at self-selected intensities. AR, CE, RPE
22  1997 Heart rate response to submaximal and maximal workloads during running and swimming. HR, SW
23  1996 Brain norepinephrine and metabolites after treadmill training and wheel running in rats. DHPG, MHPG, NE
24  1992 A comparison between two forms of aerobic dance and treadmill running. ABOVE, BELOW
25  1991 Peak heart rates during maximal running and swimming: implications for exercise prescription. THRR, TS
26  1991 Validation of the 12-min swim as a field test of peak aerobic power in young men. TS
27  1991 Ventilatory threshold and maximal oxygen uptake during cycling and running in female triathletes. CE
28  1990 Ventilatory threshold and maximal oxygen uptake during cycling and running in triathletes. CE
29  1989 Determinants of success during triathlon competition. CE, FS, HR, VE
30  1989 Longitudinal assessment of responses by triathletes to swimming, cycling, and running. CE, LT, TS
31  1987 Physiological responses of triathletes to maximal swimming, cycling, and running. CE, TS