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Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
ISSN: 1303 - 2968
       SCImago 2015     SJR: 0.682   Cites per Doc. 2-Year: 1.61    3-Year: 1.72
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    IF 2-Year: 1.430    5-Year: 1.634    Average Citations per item: 6.2

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2016 - Volume 15, Issue 2 - Research article
208 - 213
Cardiorespiratory Effects of One-Legged High-Intensity Interval Training in Normoxia and Hypoxia: A Pilot Study
 
Verena Menz, Mona Semsch, Florian Mosbach, Martin Burtscher
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 2 - Research article
413 - 417
Altitude Exposure at 1800 m Increases Haemoglobin Mass in Distance Runners
 
Laura A. Garvican-Lewis, Iona Halliday, Chris R. Abbiss, Philo U. Saunders, Christopher J. Gore
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 3 - Research article
681 - 688
No Additional Benefit of Repeat-Sprint Training in Hypoxia than in Normoxia on Sea-Level Repeat-Sprint Ability
 
Paul S.R. Goods, Brian Dawson, Grant J. Landers, Christopher J. Gore, Peter Peeling
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 4 - Research article
776 - 782
Increased Hypoxic Dose After Training at Low Altitude with 9h Per Night at 3000m Normobaric Hypoxia
 
Amelia J. Carr, Philo U. Saunders, Brent S. Vallance, Laura A. Garvican-Lewis, Christopher J. Gore
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 4 - Research article
857 - 863
A Clustered Repeated-Sprint Running Protocol for Team-Sport Athletes Performed in Normobaric Hypoxia
 
Jaime Morrison, Chris McLellan, Clare Minahan
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 4 - Research article
731 - 735
Shuttle-Run Sprint Training in Hypoxia for Youth Elite Soccer Players: A Pilot Study
 
Hannes Gatterer, Marc Philippe, Verena Menz, Florian Mosbach, Martin Faulhaber, Martin Burtscher
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 4 - Research article
774 - 781
Influence of Acute Normobaric Hypoxia on Physiological Variables and Lactate Turn Point Determination in Trained Men
 
Michael Ofner, Manfred Wonisch, Mario Frei, Gerhard Tschakert, Wolfgang Domej, Julia M. Kröpfl, Peter Hofmann
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 3 - Case report
666 - 672
Training Diaries during Altitude Training Camp in Two Olympic Champions: An Observational Case Study
 
Lorenzo Pugliese, Fabio R. Serpiello, Grégoire P. Millet, Antonio La Torre
 

2013 - Volume 12, Issue 3 - Research article
394 - 401
Comparison of Live High: Train Low Altitude and Intermittent Hypoxic Exposure
 
Clare E. Humberstone-Gough, Philo U. Saunders, Darrell L. Bonetti, Shaun Stephens, Nicola Bullock, Judith M. Anson, Christopher J. Gore
 

2012 - Volume 11, Issue 2 - Research article
346 - 351
Localised Muscle Tissue Oxygenation During Dynamic Exercise With Whole Body Vibration
 
Daniel Robbins, Clare Elwell, Alfonso Jimenez, Mark Goss-Sampson
 

2011 - Volume 10, Issue 1 - Research article
175 - 183
The Effects of Intermittent Hypoxic Training on Aerobic Capacity and Endurance Performance in Cyclists
 
Milosz Czuba, Zbigniew Waskiewicz, Adam Zajac, Stanislaw Poprzecki, Jaroslaw Cholewa, Robert Roczniok
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 3 - Research article
452 - 457
The Difference in Respiratory and Blood Gas Values During Recovery After Exercise With Spontaneous Versus Reduced Breathing Frequency
 
Jernej Kapus, Anton Ušaj, Venceslav Kapus, Boro Štrumbelj
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 1 - Research article
106 - 113
Can Blood Gas and Acid-Base Parameters at Maximal 200 Meters Front Crawl Swimming be Different Between Former Competitive and Recreational Swimmers?
 
Jernej Kapus, Anton Usaj, Boro Strumbelj, Venceslav Kapus
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 4 - Research article
512 - 519
Pronounced Muscle Deoxygenation During Supramaximal Exercise Under Simulated Hypoxia in Sprint Athletes
 
Kazuo Oguri, Hajime Fujimoto, Hiroyuki Sugimori, Kei Miyamoto, Toshiki Tachi, Sachio Nagasaki, Yoshihiro Kato, Toshio Matsuoka
 

2007 - Volume 06, Issue 4 - Research article
526 - 531
No Influence of Hypoxia on Coordination Between Respiratory and Locomotor Rhythms During Rowing at Moderate Intensity
 
Nicolas Fabre, Stéphane Perrey, Philippe Passelergue, Jean-Denis Rouillon
 

2005 - Volume 04, Issue 1 - Research article
52 - 57
Mood Disturbance During Cycling Performance at Extreme Conditions
 
Andrew M. Lane, Gregory P. Whyte, Rob Shave, Sam Barney, Matthew Stevens, Matthew Wilson
 

2005 - Volume 04, Issue 2 - Research article
160 - 169
Muscle Fiber Specific Antioxidative System Adaptation to Swim Training in Rats: Influence of Intermittent Hypoxia
 
Olga Gonchar
 

2004 - Volume 03, Issue 3 - Research article
182 - 189
Effect of Moderate Altitude on Peripheral Muscle Oxygenation During Leg Resistance Exercise in Young Males
 
Kazuo Oguri, Na Du, Yoshihiro Kato, Kei Miyamoto, Takahiro Masuda, Katsuji Shimizu, Toshio Matsuoka
 

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