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Poderienė, Kristina

  • Vol 3, No 102 (2016) - Sports Physiology
    Individualization of Exertion while Monitoring Functional State during Exercising
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  • Vol 4, No 103 (2016) - Sports Physiology
    Differential Training Tasks Trigger the Decrease of Concatenation between Cardiovascular Parameters
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  • Vol 1, No 96 (2015) - Sports Physiology
    Rate of Increase in Workload Determines the Mobilization Rate But Not the Degree of Increase in ECG Parameters
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  • Vol 1, No 96 (2015) - Sports Physiology
    Cardiovascular Changes Depending on Exercising: Strength Exercise or Nordic Walking
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  • Vol 2, No 97 (2015) - Sports Coaching
    Physical Exertion Monitoring: Elite Athletes Modify their Coach’s Task
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  • Vol 3, No 98 (2015) - Sports Physiology
    ST-Segment Depression is an Important Index of Cardiovascular Functional State during Exercising in Non-Athletes’ Cohort
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  • Vol 4, No 99 (2015) - Sports Physiology
    Matrix Analysis of ECG Parameters May be a Way to Improve Quality of Functional State Monitoring during Exercising
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  • Vol 1, No 92 (2014) - Sports Physiology
    Cardiac Function and Muscular Oxygen Desaturation in Sprint and Endurance Cohorts during the Incremental Bicycle Ergometry
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  • Vol 4, No 83 (2011) - Sports Physiology
    Peculiarities of Cardiovascular Reactions of Elite Greco‑Roman Wrestlers to Repetitive Dosed Exercise Test
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  • Vol 4, No 83 (2011) - Sports Coaching
    Impact of Extra Curricular Training (Basketball and Athletics) on Muscle Strength in Boys 11–14 Years of Age
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  • Vol 3, No 82 (2011) - Sports Physiology
    Dynamics of Central and Peripheral Cardiovascular Indices While Performing Repetitive Dosed Exercise Test
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  • Vol 1, No 76 (2010) - Sports Physiology
    ŠIRDIES IR KRAUJAGYSLIŲ SISTEMOS RODIKLIŲ KAITOS YPATYBĖS ATLIEKANT KARTOTINIUS DOZUOTUS FIZINIUS KRŪVIUS
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