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THE EFFECT OF CONTRACTILE ACTIVITY AND SUBSTRATE CHALLENGES ON METABOLIC FLEXIBILITY IN HUMAN PRIMARY MYOTUBES
(East Carolina University, 2013)
The skeletal muscle of severely obese individuals (BMI > 40 kg/m²) is characterized by a depressed ability to oxidize fatty acids and a failure to upregulate fatty acid oxidation (FAO) in response to increased lipid ...
How do we accelerate while running?
(East Carolina University, 2015)
Running biomechanics are well established in terms of lower extremity joint kinetics as is the direct relationship between these variables and running speed. Many studies have investigated the differences in these variables ...
Implicit versus explicit self-defense instruction on self-efficacy, affect, and subjective well-being
(East Carolina University, 2014)
A rising concern that has been associated as a public health issue is violence and violent crimes. In an effort to counter issues associated with violence and violent crimes, communities and individuals will seek some ...