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2021 Concurrent training remodels the subcutaneous adipose tissue extracellular matrix of people living with HIV: a non-randomized clinical trial. ECM, HAART, PLWHA, SAT
2021 Effects of high-intensity interval training combined with traditional strength or power training on functionality and physical fitness in healthy older men: A randomized controlled trial. PT, TST
2021 Effects of Velocity Loss Threshold Within Resistance Training During Concurrent Training on Endurance and Strength Performance. ET, RT, VL
2021 Exercise associated or not to the intake of Eurycoma longifolia improves strength and cardiorespiratory fitness in men with androgen deficiency. ADAM, EL
2021 Functional and concurrent training do not impair immune function and improve functional fitness in postmenopausal women: A randomized controlled trial. CG, FT
2021 Interference Phenomenon with Concurrent Strength and High-Intensity Interval Training-Based Aerobic Training: An Updated Model. HIIT, RST, RT, SIT
2020 Adaptations in mechanical muscle function, muscle morphology, and aerobic power to high-intensity endurance training combined with either traditional or power strength training in older adults: a randomized clinical trial. CMJ, HIIT, PT, QF MT, RFD, TST
2020 Effects of concurrent training on irisin and fibronectin type-III domain containing 5 (FNDC5) expression in visceral adipose tissue in type-2 diabetic rats. CON, ELISA, FNDC5, RT-PCR, VAT
2020 Influence of Specific Collagen Peptides and Concurrent Training on Cardiometabolic Parameters and Performance Indices in Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial. BIA, CG, FFM, FM, SCP, TG
10  2020 The effect of two concurrent exercise modalities on serum concentrations of FGF21, irisin, follistatin, and myostatin in men with type 2 diabetes mellitus. AR, CON, FGF21, FST, MSTN, RA, T2DM
11  2020 The effects of concurrent training order on body composition and serum concentrations of follistatin, myostatin and GDF11 in sarcopenic elderly men. BFP, FLST, GDF11, MSTN, SMM
12  2020 The Effects of Concurrent Training Order on Satellite Cell-Related Markers, Body Composition, Muscular and Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Older Men with Sarcopenia. ET, Myf5, MYOG, PAX3, Pax7, RT, SC
13  2019 Acute Effects of Water-Based Concurrent Training Intrasession Exercise Sequences on Energy Expenditure in Young Women. EE
14  2019 Effects of Concurrent Training with Elastic Tubes in Hypertensive Patients: A Blind Controlled Randomized Clinical Trial. BP, CG, CTG
15  2019 Effects of the Order of Physical Exercises on Body Composition, Physical Fitness, and Cardiometabolic Risk in Adolescents Participating in an Interdisciplinary Program Focusing on the Treatment of Obesity. ---
16  2018 A Brief Review on Concurrent Training: From Laboratory to the Field. AMPK, CTE, HIIT, SIT
17  2018 Cardiorespiratory Adaptations in Elderly Men Following Different Concurrent Training Regimes. SE
18  2018 Exercise training reduces oxidative stress in people living with HIV/AIDS: a pilot study. PLWHA, Rt, TBARS
19  2018 Functional and physiological adaptations following concurrent training using sets with and without concentric failure in elderly men: A randomized clinical trial. CMJ, DXA, ET, SJ, ST, TUG
20  2018 Interindividual responses to different exercise stimuli among insulin-resistant women. BMI, HIT, RT
21  2018 Maximum Strength Development and Volume-Load during Concurrent High Intensity Intermittent Training Plus Strength or Strength-Only Training. ST
22  2018 Repetitions to failure versus not to failure during concurrent training in healthy elderly men: A randomized clinical trial. CMJ, KE, LP, QF MT, RF, RTD, SJ, VL
23  2018 The Effects of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on Physical Fitness and Athletic Performance in Youth: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. SMDs, ST
24  2017 Concurrent Training with Blood Flow Restriction does not Decrease Inflammatory Markers. CTBFR
25  2017 Hormonal responses during two different concurrent-training trials in youth elite soccer players: does changing the organization of training impact the hormonal response to concurrent exercise? AUC, hGH
26  2017 Moderate Intensity Cycling Exercise after Upper Extremity Resistance Training Interferes Response to Muscle Hypertrophy but Not Strength Gains. CSA, ES, SEP
27  2016 Concurrent Training Decreases Cortisol but Not Zinc Concentrations: Effects of Distinct Exercise Protocols. ---
28  2016 Concurrent Training Promoted Sustained Anti-atherogenic Benefits in the Fasting Plasma Triacylglycerolemia of Postmenopausal Women at 1-Year Follow-up. HDL-C, TAG
29  2016 Does Concurrent Training Intensity Distribution Matter? CG, HRV, MAS, PT, RM, TT
30  2015 Effect of concurrent training with blood flow restriction in the elderly. BFR-CT, ET
31  2014 Effects of concurrent strength and endurance training on genes related to myostatin signaling pathway and muscle fiber responses. CSA, IT, MSTN, ST
32  2014 Order effects of combined strength and endurance training on testosterone, cortisol, growth hormone, and IGF-1 binding protein 3 in concurrently trained men. IGFBP-3
33  2012 Molecular adaptations to concurrent training. CSA, IT, ST, TE
34  2011 Effect of resistance, endurance, and concurrent training on TNF-alpha, IL-6, and CRP. CRP, ET, IL-6, RT, TNF-alpha
35  2011 The effects of periodized concurrent and aerobic training on oxidative stress parameters, endothelial function and immune response in sedentary male individuals of middle age. FMD, LPO
36  2011 The response of serum leptin, cortisol and zinc concentrations to concurrent training. CS, CT1, CT2
37  2010 The effect of concurrent training on blood lipid profile and anthropometrical characteristics of previously untrained men. ET, ET, ST
38  2007 Acute effect of two aerobic exercise modes on maximum strength and strength endurance. ---