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    • Cardiorespiratory Responses to Continuously-Graded and Ramp Treadmill Protocols 

      Moncada Jiménez, José; Grandjean, Alicen J.; Alhassan, Sofiya; Grandjean, Peter Walter (2015)
      Ramped treadmill protocols (RTP) are often used for stress testing in clinical and low-fit populations because small frequent adjustments in work rate are thought to reduce cardiorespiratory stress and elicit higher fitness ...
    • Duathlon performance unaltered by short-term changes in dietary fat and carbohydrates 

      Moncada Jiménez, José; Plaisance, Eric Paul; Mestek, Michael L.; Ratcliff, Lance; Araya Ramírez, Felipe; Taylor, James K.; Grandjean, Peter Walter; Aragón Vargas, Luis Fernando (2009-02)
      Purpose: This study investigated the effects of short-term dietary changes on metabolism and duathlon performance. Methods: Eleven men underwent a high-fat (HF; >65% fat from energy) or a high-carbohydrate (CHO; HC) ...
    • Initial metabolic state and exercise-induced endotoxaemia are unrelated to gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise 

      Moncada Jiménez, José; Plaisance, Eric Paul; Mestek, Michael L.; Araya Ramírez, Felipe; Ratcliff, Lance; Taylor, James K.; Grandjean, Peter Walter; Aragón Vargas, Luis Fernando (2009-06)
      The aim of the study was to investigate the association between the initial metabolic state and exercise-induced endotoxaemia on the appearance of gastrointestinal symptoms (GIS) during exer-cise. Eleven males ...
    • Paraoxonase responses to exercise and niacin therapy in men with metabolic syndrome 

      Taylor, James K.; Plaisance, Eric Paul; Mestek, Michael L.; Moncada Jiménez, José; Grandjean, Peter Walter (2015)
      Our purpose was to characterize changes in paraoxonase 1 (PON1) activity and concentration after single aerobic exercise sessions conducted before and after 6 weeks of niacin therapy in men with metabolic syndrome (MetS). ...