The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise

T.J. Fairchild, A. Armstrong, A. Rao, Paul Fournier

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2001: A Sports Medicine Odyssey: Challenges, Controversies & Change
EditorsT. Ackland, C. Goodman
Place of PublicationACT, Australia
PublisherSports Medicine Australia
PagesCD Rom
VolumeStand alone
EditionBurswood Interntational Resort
ISBN (Print)1875334106
Publication statusPublished - 2001
EventThe effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise - Burswood Interntational Resort
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Fairchild, T. J., Armstrong, A., Rao, A., & Fournier, P. (2001). The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise. In T. Ackland, & C. Goodman (Eds.), 2001: A Sports Medicine Odyssey: Challenges, Controversies & Change (Burswood Interntational Resort ed., Vol. Stand alone, pp. CD Rom). ACT, Australia: Sports Medicine Australia.
Fairchild, T.J. ; Armstrong, A. ; Rao, A. ; Fournier, Paul. / The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise. 2001: A Sports Medicine Odyssey: Challenges, Controversies & Change. editor / T. Ackland ; C. Goodman. Vol. Stand alone Burswood Interntational Resort. ed. ACT, Australia : Sports Medicine Australia, 2001. pp. CD Rom
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Fairchild, TJ, Armstrong, A, Rao, A & Fournier, P 2001, The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise. in T Ackland & C Goodman (eds), 2001: A Sports Medicine Odyssey: Challenges, Controversies & Change. Burswood Interntational Resort edn, vol. Stand alone, Sports Medicine Australia, ACT, Australia, pp. CD Rom, The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise, 1/01/01.

The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise. / Fairchild, T.J.; Armstrong, A.; Rao, A.; Fournier, Paul.

2001: A Sports Medicine Odyssey: Challenges, Controversies & Change. ed. / T. Ackland; C. Goodman. Vol. Stand alone Burswood Interntational Resort. ed. ACT, Australia : Sports Medicine Australia, 2001. p. CD Rom.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperConference paper

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Fairchild TJ, Armstrong A, Rao A, Fournier P. The effect of active recovery on the resynthesis of muscle glycogen following short-term continuous high intensity exercise. In Ackland T, Goodman C, editors, 2001: A Sports Medicine Odyssey: Challenges, Controversies & Change. Burswood Interntational Resort ed. Vol. Stand alone. ACT, Australia: Sports Medicine Australia. 2001. p. CD Rom