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The effect of passive heating on heat shock protein 70 and interleukin-6: a possible treatment tool for metabolic diseases?
Increasing heat storage by wearing extra clothing during upper body exercise up-regulates heat shock protein 70 but does not modify the cytokine response
Comments on Crosstalk 26: High intensity interval training does/does not have a role in risk reduction or treatment of disease. Personalised exercise – time to HIIT the right balance.
Passive heating as an option for improving glucose control: Take a bath!: 1897 Board #49 June 2, 3: 30 pm - 5: 00 pm.
Post-warm-up muscle temperature maintenance: blood flow contribution and external heating optimisation
Do overweight and obese individuals demonstrate impaired thermoregulatory adaptation to six weeks of studio cycling training: a pilot study
Highly manufacturable graphene oxide biosensor for sensitive Interleukin-6 detection
Group studio cycling: an effective intervention to improve cardio-metabolic health in overweight physically inactive individuals
Group studio cycling is an effective intervention to improve cardio-metabolic health in overweight sedentary individuals
Tapering strategies in elite British endurance runners
Kate L. Spilsbury
Acute molecular responses to concurrent resistance and high-intensity interval exercise in untrained skeletal muscle
Conductive and evaporative precooling lowers mean skin temperature and improves time trial performance in the heat
Muscle temperature limits isometric endurance via sensory feedback-mediated central fatigue [Abstract]
Interleukin-6 in combination with the interleukin-6 receptor stimulates glucose uptake in resting human skeletal muscle independently of insulin action
The detection and measurement of interleukin-6 in venous and capillary blood samples, and in sweat collected at rest and during exercise
External muscle heating during warm-up does not provide added performance benefit above external heating in the recovery period alone
Reducing muscle temperature drop post warm-up improves sprint cycling performance