2006

 

Living high-training low : Effect on erythropoiesis and maximal aerobic performance in elite Nordic skiers

Paul Robach - Laurent Schmitt - Julien V Brugniaux - Gérard Nicolet - Alain Duvallet - Jean-Pierre Fouillot - Stéphane Moutereau - Françoise Lasne - Vincent Pialoux - Niels V Olsen - Jean-Paul Richalet

September 2006 - Arbeitsphysiologie weblink 

 


 

Leukocyte's Hif-1 Expression and Training-Induced Erythropoietic Response in Swimmers

Rémi Mounier - Vincent Pialoux - Anne Cayre - Laurent Schmitt - Jean-Paul Richalet - Paul Robach - Françoise Lasne - Belle Roels - Grégoire Millet - Jean Coudert - Eric Clottes - Nicole Fellmann

September 2006 - Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise weblink 

 


 

Influence of “living high–training low” on aerobic performance and economy of work in elite athletes

Laurent Schmitt - Grégoire Millet - Paul Robach - Gérard Nicolet - Julien V Brugniaux - Jean-Pierre Fouillot - Jean-Paul Richalet

July 2006 · Arbeitsphysiologie weblink  

 


 

Living high-training low: Effect on erythropoiesis and aerobic performance in highly-trained swimmers

Paul Robach - Laurent Schmitt - Julien V Brugniaux - Belle Roels - Grégoire Millet - Philippe Hellard - Gérard Nicolet - Alain Duvallet - Jean-Pierre Fouillot - Stéphane Moutereau - Françoise Lasne - Vincent Pialoux - Niels V Olsen - Jean-Paul Richalet

April 2006 · Arbeitsphysiologie weblink

 


 

Interactions between exposure to hypoxia and the training-induced autonomic adaptations in a “live high–train low” session

Jérémy Cornolo - Jean-Pierre Fouillot - Laurent Schmitt - Camillo Povea - Paul Robach - Jean-Paul Richalet

March 2006 - Arbeitsphysiologie weblink  

 


 

Is it more effective for highly trained swimmers to live and train at 1200 m than at 1850 m in terms of performance and haematological benefits ?

B. Roels - P. Hellard - L. Schmitt - P. Robach - J.P. Richalet - G. P. Millet

March 2006 - British Journal of Sports Medicine weblink

 


 

Heart Rate Variability and Performance at Two Different Altitudes in Well-Trained Swimmers

L. Schmitt - P. Hellard - G. P. Millet - B. Roels - J.P. Richalet - J.P. Fouillot

March 2006 - International Journal of Sports Medicine Add resources Remove weblink

 


 

Eighteen days of "living high, training low" stimulate erythropoiesis and enhance aerobic performance in elite middle-distance runners

Julien V Brugniaux - Laurent Schmitt - Paul Robach - Gérard Nicolet - Jean-Pierre Fouillot - Stéphane Moutereau - Françoise Lasne - Vincent Pialoux - Philippe Saas - Marie-Claude Chorvot - Jérémy Cornolo - Niels V Olsen - Jean-Paul Richalet

February 2006 - Journal of Applied Physiology weblink

   


 

Living high-training low : Tolerance and acclimatization in elite endurance athletes

Julien V Brugniaux - Laurent Schmitt - Paul Robach - Hervé Jeanvoine - Hugues Zimmermann - Gérard Nicolet - Alain Duvallet - Jean-Pierre Fouillot - Jean-Paul Richalet

February 2006 - Arbeitsphysiologie weblink

 


 

Effects of a HCO 3- Na + treatment on the skiing performance and the physiological and perceptual responses of elite cross country skiers

A. Groslambert - L. Schmitt - J.D. Rouillon

January 2006 weblink

 


  

Specificity of VO2MAX and the ventilatory threshold in free swimming and cycle ergometry: Comparison between triathletes and swimmers

B. Roels - L. Schmitt - S. Libicz - D. Bentley - J.P. Richalet - G. Millet

January 2006 - British Journal of Sports Medicine weblink