Carl Foster spends much of his time researching Physical therapy, Athletes, VO2 max, Power output and Time trial. The concepts of his Physical therapy study are interwoven with issues in Intensity, Training and Rating of perceived exertion, Heart rate. His studies deal with areas such as Muscular power and Labour economics as well as Athletes.
His study in VO2 max is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Anthropometry, Physical exercise, Linear regression and Cardiology. His Power output research includes elements of Anaerobic exercise, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Competitive athletes. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Human physiology, Cycling, Simulation, Track and Animal science.
Carl Foster mostly deals with Physical therapy, Internal medicine, Cardiology, Heart rate and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Carl Foster is involved in the study of Physical therapy that focuses on Athletes in particular. The Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Endocrinology and Surgery.
Cardiology is closely attributed to Treadmill in his study. Carl Foster has included themes like Intensity and Cycling in his Heart rate study. His Ventilatory threshold study frequently links to related topics such as Incremental exercise.
Carl Foster mainly investigates Physical therapy, Heart rate, Rating of perceived exertion, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Test. Carl Foster works on Physical therapy which deals in particular with Respiratory compensation. He combines subjects such as Cycling, Aerobic exercise, Intensity and Cardiology with his study of Heart rate.
His Rating of perceived exertion study combines topics in areas such as Training load, Training intensity and Blood lactate. His Athletes research extends to Physical medicine and rehabilitation, which is thematically connected. He works mostly in the field of Training, limiting it down to concerns involving Simulation and, occasionally, VO2 max.
Physical therapy, Rating of perceived exertion, Heart rate, Athletes and Physical medicine and rehabilitation are his primary areas of study. Carl Foster has researched Physical therapy in several fields, including Ventilatory threshold, Test and Randomized controlled trial. His Rating of perceived exertion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Training load, Muscle fatigue, Training intensity and Overtraining.
His Heart rate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Treadmill, Intensity and Cardiology. His Athletes research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Demography and Informed consent. His Ankle kinematics and Force platform study in the realm of Physical medicine and rehabilitation interacts with subjects such as Performance enhancement and Web of knowledge.
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A new approach to monitoring exercise training.
Carl Foster;Jessica A. Florhaug;Jodi Franklin;Lori Gottschall.
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2001)
Monitoring training in athletes with reference to overtraining syndrome.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (1998)
Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the overtraining syndrome: joint consensus statement of the European College of Sport Science and the American College of Sports Medicine.
Romain Meeusen;Martine Duclos;Carl Foster;Andrew Fry.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2013)
Monitoring exercise intensity during resistance training using the session RPE scale.
Meghan L. Day;Michael R. McGuigan;Glenn A. Brice;Carl Foster.
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2004)
Overtraining in endurance athletes: a brief review.
Manfred Lehmann;Carl Foster;Joseph Keul.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (1993)
Physiological Assessment of Human Fitness
Peter J. Maud;Carl Foster.
Effect of warm-up on cycle time trial performance.
Amanda Hajoglou;Carl Foster;Jos J De Koning;Alejandro Lucia.
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2004)
The role of information processing between the brain and peripheral physiological systems in pacing and perception of effort.
Alan Clair St Gibson;Estelle V. Lambert;Laurie H. G. Rauch;Ross Tucker.
Sports Medicine (2006)
Potential for strength and endurance training to amplify endurance performance.
R. C. Hickson;B. A. Dvorak;E. M. Gorostiaga;T. T. Kurowski.
Journal of Applied Physiology (1988)
Effects of specific versus cross-training on running performance
Carl Foster;Lisa L. Hector;Ralph Welsh;Mathew Schrager.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (1995)
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