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  • Energy drink vs. sport drink on max exercise test performance 

    Wright, Sadie (Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, the University of Texas at Arlington.Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-17)
    Maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) is the maximum capacity of the body to transport and utilize oxygen during incremental exercise. VO2max can be expressed as either an absolute rate in liters of oxygen per minute (L/min) ...
  • Does the ingestion of the different forms of Gatorade Prime 01 prior to submaximal exercise affect the distance traveled? 

    Thomas, Stacy (Metabolic Laboratory, the University of Texas at Arlington.Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-17)
    Carbohydrates are ingested by athletes to provide energy before a workout routine. Gatorade has been available for many years and has developed different forms of carbohydrates for an athlete to consume. Research has often ...
  • Will trained Crossfit athletes continue to see fitness benefits or will they plateau? 

    Smith, Kacey (Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-14)
    Crossfit training is defined as constantly varied functional movements performed at relatively high intensity. Research has shown drastic gains in fitness when using a constantly varied approach to training as well as ...
  • Exercise effects on blood glucose response to carbohydrate drinks between ethnicities 

    Shrestha, Kritika (Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, the University of Texas at Arlington.Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-14)
    Maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) is the maximum capacity of the body to transport and utilize oxygen during incremental exercise. It is expressed either as an absolute rate in liters of oxygen per minute (L/min) or as ...
  • Intensity levels of men's collegiate basketball players during scrimmage. 

    Humphrey, Meghan (Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at ArlingtonDepartment of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington, 2013-06-13)
    Maximal oxygen consumption (VO2max) is the maximum capacity of the body to transport and utilize oxygen during incremental exercise. It is expressed either as an absolute rate in liters of oxygen per minute (L/min) or as ...
  • Optimal Levels Of Creatine Monohydrtate Supplementation For Increases In Anaerobic Performance 

    Schneider, Jan Eric (Neuromuscular Research Laboratory, the University of Texas at ArlingtonExercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-13)
    Creatine monohydrate is a commonly used supplement amongst athletes in the hopes to improve upon their athletic performance. The theory behind supplementing creatine monohydrate is to add to the body’s own creatine stores ...
  • Difference in body composition between pitchers and position players in Division-1 baseball 

    Garcia, Daniel (Body Composition Laboratory, the University of Texas at Arlington.Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-12)
    Body composition measurements are becoming more relevant in the field of sports. Body fat percentage is a major value observed when these measurements of fitness are made. There are many different methods of recording this ...
  • Does race matter? The role of race in the blood lactate levels of sub-elite runners. 

    Azuogu, Nicole (Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, the University of Texas at Arlington.Exercise Science Research Laboratories, the University of Texas at Arlington.Department of Kinesiology, the University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-11)
    Lactic Acid is a byproduct of anaerobic metabolism. In the absence of oxygen, pyruvate undergoes fermentation instead of entering into the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, which occurs during aerobic glycolysis. During ...
  • Gait and Force Asymmetry Following ACL Injury 

    Acuna, Cecilia (Department of Kinesiology, The University of Texas at Arlington.Biomechanic Laboratory, The University of Texas at Arlington., 2013-06-11)
    The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most injured ligament in the knee joint and is fundamental for rotational stability of the knee joint and to minimize stress. Tearing of the ACL usually occurs due to a ...