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Concepts About V˙O2max and Trainability Are Context Dependent
Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews
Research Perspectives in Exercise and Sport Science from the American College of Sports Medicine

Some individuals show little or no increase in maximal oxygen consumption (V˙O2max) in response to training programs consistent with public health guidelines. However, results from studies using more intense programs challenge the concept that some humans have limited trainability.




Moving into an active future: Supporting Lifetime Physical Activity for Student-Athletes
ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal®
An Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine



Implementing Resistance Training in Secondary Schools: An Exploration of Teachers' Perceptions
Translational Journal of the ACSM
An Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine



The Immediate Effect of Foot Orthoses on Subtalar Joint Mechanics and Energetics
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise®
The Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine




Optimal Running Dose and Cardiovascular Risk
Current Sports Medicine Reports
The Official Clinical Review Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine




Muscle Fiber Hypertrophy and Myonuclei Addition: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise®
The Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine

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