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European Journal of Applied Physiology


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28.09.2022 | Original Article

The influence of reduced foot dorsum cutaneous sensitivity on the vestibular control of balance

The neural control of standing balance is complex and involves the integration and processing of motor signals with multi-sensory cues to prevent the body from toppling. Somatosensory (e.g., cutaneous mechanoreceptor) signals arising from the feet …

24.09.2022 | Original Article

Active warm-up and time-of-day effects on repeated-sprint performance and post-exercise recovery

Body temperatures are intimately related to physical performance in several sports. However, the human body can be divided into different thermal compartments (Jay et al. 2007 ), which do not respond homogeneously to a physical exercise session …

Open Access 23.09.2022 | Invited Review

Non-pharmacological interventions for vascular health and the role of the endothelium

The most common non-pharmacological intervention for both peripheral and cerebral vascular health is regular physical activity (e.g., exercise training), which improves function across a range of exercise intensities and modalities. Numerous …

22.09.2022 | Original Article

Interrater reliability of a customized submaximal cycle ergometer test

Maximal oxygen uptake ( $$\dot{V}{\text{O}}_{2\mathrm{max}}$$ V ˙ O 2 max ) refers to the maximum amount of oxygen that an individual can utilize during exercise and is one of the best predictors of cardio-respiratory fitness (CRF). Moreover, low …

Open Access 21.09.2022 | Original Article

Menstrual cycle affects iron homeostasis and hepcidin following interval running exercise in endurance-trained women

Iron is an essential mineral in the functioning of the human body which is involved in several physiological processes, both at the cellular and systemic level, and whose regulation is coordinated by hepcidin (Muckenthaler et al. 2017 ). Hepcidin …

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With a focus on human integrative and translational physiology, the European Journal of Applied Physiology publishes original research that is considered likely to further our understanding of the functioning of the intact healthy human body under a variety of environmental (e.g. altitude, climatic, gravitational) and exercise conditions. Contexts include those relating to occupational, sporting, recreational and daily activities throughout the human life-span from childhood to old age.

European Journal of Applied Physiology
Volume 75/1997 - Volume 122/2022
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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