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Synchronous whole-body vibration increases VO2 during and following acute exerciseHAZELL, Tom J; LEMON, Peter W. R.European journal of applied physiology (Print). 2012, Vol 112, Num 2, pp 413-420, issn 1439-6319, 8 p.Article

Vitamin D: an overview of its role in skeletal muscle physiology in children and adolescentsHAZELL, Tom J; DEGUIRE, Jason R; WEILER, Hope A et al.Nutrition reviews. 2012, Vol 70, Num 9, pp 520-533, issn 0029-6643, 14 p.Article

The effects of whole-body vibration on upper-and lower-body EMG during static and dynamic contractionsHAZELL, Tom J; JAKOBI, Jennifer M; KENNO, Kenji A et al.Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism. 2007, Vol 32, Num 6, pp 1156-1163, 8 p.Article

Run Sprint Interval Training Improves Aerobic Performance but Not Maximal Cardiac OutputMACPHERSON, Rebecca E. K; HAZELL, Tom J; OLVER, T. Dylan et al.Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 2011, Vol 43, Num 1, pp 115-122, issn 0195-9131, 8 p.Article

Vitamin D Status in Montréal Preschoolers Is Satisfactory Despite Low Vitamin D IntakeEL HAYEK, Jessy; TRANG PHAM, Thu; FINCH, Sarah et al.The Journal of nutrition. 2013, Vol 143, Num 2, pp 154-160, issn 0022-3166, 7 p.Article

Vertical whole-body vibration does not increase cardiovascular stress to static semi-squat exerciseHAZELL, Tom J; THOMAS, Graeme W. R; DEGUIRE, Jason R et al.European journal of applied physiology. 2008, Vol 104, Num 5, pp 903-908, 6 p.Article

10 or 30-s sprint interval training bouts enhance both aerobic and anaerobic performanceHAZELL, Tom J; MACPHERSON, Rebecca E. K; GRAVELLE, Braden M. R et al.European journal of applied physiology (Print). 2010, Vol 110, Num 1, pp 153-160, issn 1439-6319, 8 p.Article

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