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1 Reduced resting skeletal muscle protein synthesis is rescued by resistance exercise and protein ingestion following short-term energy deficit. [Article] Areta, J. L. 2014 Article Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
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2 Nitrate supplementation and high-intensity performance in competitive cyclists. [Article] Hoon, Matthew W. 2014 Article URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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3 Variability of Measurements of Sweat Sodium Using the Regional Absorbent Patch Method. [Article] Dziedzic, Christine E. 2014 Article URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
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4 Importance of Standardized DXA Protocol for Assessing Physique Changes in Athletes. [Article] Nana Alisa 2014 Article URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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5 Evaluation of Food Provision and Nutrition Support at the London 2012 Olympic Games: the Opinion of Sports Nutrition Experts. [Article] Pelly, Fiona E. 2014 Article URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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6 Alcohol ingestion impairs maximal post-exercise rates of myofibrillar protein synthesis following a single bout of concurrent training. [Article] Parr, Evelyn B. 2014 Article URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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7 Dairy based pre-exercise meal does not affect gut comfort or time-trial performance in female cyclists. [Article] Haakonssen, Eric C. 2014 Article URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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8 2014 female athlete triad coalition consensus statement on treatment and return to play of the female athlete triad. [Article] Joy, E. 2014 Article Shelf Location: Journal Article.
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9 Managing high performance sport / edited by Popi Sotiriadou and Veerle De Bosscher. Managing high performance sport / edited by Popi Sotiriadou and Veerle De Bosscher. [Book]   2013 Book Shelf Location: GV713.M3615 2013.
Collections: Books.
Available at: Australian Sports Commission.
Number of Holdings: 4.
10 Caffeine Ingestion and Cycling Power Output in a Low or Normal Muscle Glycogen State. [Book] Lane, Stephen C. 2013 Book URL Exists Catalogue Record Shelf Location: A to Z E-Journals.
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