Items where Division is "Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences > Centre for Life and Sport Sciences (C-LASS)" and Year is 2019

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Bradley, Ben and Johnson, David and Hill, Megan and Darragh, McGee and Kana-ah, Adam and Sharpin, Callum and Sharp, Peter and Kelly, Adam L. and Cumming, Sean and Robert, Malina (2019) Bio-banding in academy football: Player’s perceptions of a maturity matched tournament. Annals of Human Biology, 46 (5). pp. 400-408. ISSN 0301-4460

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Gough, Lewis A. and Deb, Sanjoy K and Brown, Danny and Sparks, S Andy and Lars, McNaughton (2019) The effects of sodium bicarbonate ingestion on cycling performance and acid base balance recovery in acute normobaric hypoxia. Journal of Sport Sciences, 37 (6).

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Hilton, Nathan and Nicholas, Leach and Sparks, S Andy and Gough, Lewis A. and Craig, Melissa and Deb, Sanjoy K and McNaughton, Lars R (2019) A Novel Ingestion Strategy for Sodium Bicarbonate Supplementation in a Delayed-Release Form: a Randomised Crossover Study in Trained Males. Sports Medicine - Open.

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McNaughton, Lars R and Deb, Sanjoy and Gough, Lewis A. and Higgins, Matt and Price, Mike and Sale, Craig and Sparks, Andy (2019) The BASES Expert Statement on Extracellular Buffering Agents. BASES Expert Statements.

Mosher, Scott and Gough, Lewis A. and Deb, Sanjoy and Saunders, Bryan and McNaughton, Lars R and Brown, Danny and Sparks, Andy (2019) High Dose Nitrate Ingestion Does Not Improve 40 km Cycling Time Trial Performance in Trained Cyclists. Research in sports medicine: an international journal.

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Price, Mike J. and Gough, Lewis A. and Higgins, Matthew and McNaughton, Lars (2019) Sodium Bicarbonate Ingestion and Exercise Dosage Revisited. In: Advances in Medicine and Biology. Nova. ISBN 9781536152388

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Vahia, Durva and Kelly, Adam L. and Knapman, Harry and Williams, Craig A. (2019) Variation in the correlation between heart rate and session rating of perceived exertion based estimations of internal training load in youth soccer players. Pediatric Exercise Science, 31 (1). pp. 91-98. ISSN 1543-2920

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