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Physiological Resilience: A New Pillar of Endurance Exercise Performance (Part I of II)

Physiologically Speaking

Endurance performance is determined by three primary variables which were proposed by Dr. Michael Joyner over 3 decades ago in a paper titled “Modeling optimal marathon performance on the basis of physiological factors.” researchers gained insight into the physiology of elite-level endurance athletes.

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Happy Holidays from Physiologically Speaking!

Physiologically Speaking

In 2023, Physiologically Speaking grew from just over 1500 subscribers to now over 8,000! Brady, Adair, and Lee (8 months) As Physiologically Speaking continues to grow in the next year, I’m planning to offer more, newer content like videos, audio, and guest posts.

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Happy Holidays from Physiologically Speaking!

Physiologically Speaking

In 2023, Physiologically Speaking grew from just over 1500 subscribers to now over 8,000! Brady, Adair, and Lee (8 months) As Physiologically Speaking continues to grow in the next year, I’m planning to offer more, newer content like videos, audio, and guest posts.

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Physiological Resilience: A New Pillar of Endurance Exercise Performance (Part II of II)

Physiologically Speaking

Monday, in part I of this post, I introduced the concept of physiological resilience — the idea that the factors that determine endurance performance (e.g., 1 Our ability to maintain performance under the stress of fatigue — physiological resilience — may be the fourth dimension of endurance performance.

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The role of physiology in the contemporary management of coronary artery disease

Heart BMJ

Coronary physiology assessment, including epicardial and microvascular investigations, is a fundamental tool in the contemporary management of patients with coronary artery disease. In addition, the post-PCI physiological assessment aims to optimise the result revealing residual myocardial ischaemia.

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Physiology Friday #199: High-Intensity Interval Training Reduces Coronary Artery Plaque

Physiologically Speaking

Welcome to the Physiology Friday newsletter. Physiologically Speaking is a reader-supported publication. This newsletter is brought to you by Examine.com — the best place on the internet for health and nutrition information — and my new eBook, “VO2 Max Essentials.”

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Physiology Friday #194: Exercise "Prehab" Prevents Muscle Loss during Inactivity

Physiologically Speaking

Welcome to the Physiology Friday newsletter. Physiologically Speaking is a reader-supported publication. This newsletter is brought to you by Examine.com — the best place on the internet for health and nutrition information — and my new eBook, “VO2 Max Essentials.”