Exercise for people living with advanced cancer: Recommendations from an international panel of healthcare and exercise professionals

2022-01-17T13:51:16-05:00

January17, 2021 Kendra Zadravec, MSc, PhD candidate / MPT student Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Program, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Department of Physical [...]

Exercise for people living with advanced cancer: Recommendations from an international panel of healthcare and exercise professionals2022-01-17T13:51:16-05:00

The need for speed: Quadriceps muscle fatigue is linked to walking and balance ability in older adults

2021-11-15T12:21:58-05:00

November 15, 2021 Phuong “Lisa” Ha, Ph.D. Student The University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, SPIN Lab The KT committee is introducing a new format for Knowledge [...]

The need for speed: Quadriceps muscle fatigue is linked to walking and balance ability in older adults2021-11-15T12:21:58-05:00

Tinkering After Tokyo 2020: Heat acclimation can improve performance in the sweltering Summer Games, but does it take women longer to adapt to the heat compared to men?

2021-08-11T12:04:18-04:00

Although the benefits of heat acclimation are the same for males and females, males may achieve these adaptations at a faster rate than females. August 11, 2021 [...]

Tinkering After Tokyo 2020: Heat acclimation can improve performance in the sweltering Summer Games, but does it take women longer to adapt to the heat compared to men?2021-08-11T12:04:18-04:00

Use of a Surgical or Cloth Face Mask Does Not Impede High Intensity Cycling Performance

2021-07-15T13:29:39-04:00

Wearing either a cloth or surgical face mask does not impair cycling performance. July 15, 2021 Author: Conan Shing Cardiopulmonary Lab For Experimental and Applied Physiology [...]

Use of a Surgical or Cloth Face Mask Does Not Impede High Intensity Cycling Performance2021-07-15T13:29:39-04:00

Is Performing Eccentric Exercise Optimal for Strength and Function in Older Adults?

2021-06-29T09:43:45-04:00

Utilizing heavy loads is important when designing resistance training programs for older adults. Although eccentric (i.e. lengthening under tension) contractions were not necessary to build strength in older [...]

Is Performing Eccentric Exercise Optimal for Strength and Function in Older Adults?2021-06-29T09:43:45-04:00

Elite Paracyclists show resilience regarding diet, training, and fitness during COVID-19

2021-06-29T09:41:04-04:00

Over the short term (3 months), the COVID-19 pandemic had no impact on training or dietary intake in elite paracyclists, demonstrating the resilience of this group. May [...]

Elite Paracyclists show resilience regarding diet, training, and fitness during COVID-192021-06-29T09:41:04-04:00

The Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy: Breaking down barriers to prenatal exercise

2021-06-29T09:46:32-04:00

The Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy (GAQ-P) and associated Health Care Provider Consultation Form for Physical Activity during Pregnancy have been designed to identify individuals who may not [...]

The Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy: Breaking down barriers to prenatal exercise2021-06-29T09:46:32-04:00

Cold temperatures can reduce muscle strength and speed but increase muscle activity

2021-06-29T09:58:01-04:00

During everyday life, humans experience fluctuations in temperature which can influence muscle performance. For example, cooling the muscle has been shown to slow muscle contractile speed and decrease [...]

Cold temperatures can reduce muscle strength and speed but increase muscle activity2021-06-29T09:58:01-04:00

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