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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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ISSN: 2351-6496