James Steele
James Steele
Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise, Southampton Solent University
Zweryfikowany adres z solent.ac.uk - Strona główna
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Evidence based resistance training recommendations
J Fisher, J Steele, S Bruce-Low, D Smith
Medicina Sportiva 15 (3), 147-162, 2011
Clarity in reporting terminology and definitions of set endpoints in resistance training
J Steele, J Fisher, J Giessing, P Gentil
Muscle & nerve 56 (3), 368-374, 2017
A comparison of the motivational factors between CrossFit participants and other resistance exercise modalities: a pilot study
J Fisher, A Sales, L Carlson, J Steele
J Sports Med Phys Fitness 57 (9), 1227-1234, 2017
High-and low-load resistance training: interpretation and practical application of current research findings
J Fisher, J Steele, D Smith
Sports Medicine 47, 393-400, 2017
A reappraisal of the deconditioning hypothesis in low back pain: review of evidence from a triumvirate of research methods on specific lumbar extensor deconditioning
J Steele, S Bruce-Low, D Smith
Current medical research and opinion 30 (5), 865-911, 2014
A review of the acute effects and long-term adaptations of single-and multi-joint exercises during resistance training
P Gentil, J Fisher, J Steele
Sports Medicine 47, 843-855, 2017
A higher effort-based paradigm in physical activity and exercise for public health: making the case for a greater emphasis on resistance training
J Steele, J Fisher, M Skivington, C Dunn, J Arnold, G Tew, AM Batterham, ...
BMC public health 17, 1-8, 2017
J Fisher, J Steele, D Smith
Medicina Sportiva 17 (4), 2013
Resistance training recommendations to maximize muscle hypertrophy in an athletic population: Position stand of the IUSCA
B Schoenfeld, J Fisher, J Grgic, C Haun, E Helms, S Phillips, J Steele, ...
International Journal of Strength and Conditioning 1 (1), 2021
The effects of 6 months of progressive high effort resistance training methods upon strength, body composition, function, and wellbeing of elderly adults
J Steele, K Raubold, W Kemmler, J Fisher, P Gentil, J Giessing
BioMed research international 2017 (1), 2541090, 2017
A mixed-studies systematic review and meta-analysis of school-based interventions to promote physical activity and/or reduce sedentary time in children
M Jones, E Defever, A Letsinger, J Steele, KA Mackintosh
Journal of Sport and Health Science 9 (1), 3-17, 2020
A minimal dose approach to resistance training for the older adult; the prophylactic for aging
JP Fisher, J Steele, P Gentil, J Giessing, WL Westcott
Experimental gerontology 99, 80-86, 2017
Heavier and lighter load resistance training to momentary failure produce similar increases in strength with differing degrees of discomfort
JP Fisher, J Steele
Muscle & nerve 56 (4), 797-803, 2017
The minimum effective training dose required to increase 1RM strength in resistance-trained men: a systematic review and meta-analysis
P Androulakis-Korakakis, JP Fisher, J Steele
Sports Medicine 50 (4), 751-765, 2020
Resistance training to momentary muscular failure improves cardiovascular fitness in humans: a review of acute physiological responses and chronic physiological adaptations
J Steele, J Fisher, D McGuff, S Bruce-Low, D Smith
Journal of Exercise Physiology Online 15 (3), 53-80, 2012
A Randomised Controlled Trial of Limited Range of Motion Lumbar Extension Exercise in Chronic Low Back Pain.
J Steele, BL Stewart, D Smith, D Jessop, N Osborne
Spine 38 (15), 1245 - 1252, 2013
A review of the clinical value of isolated lumbar extension resistance training for chronic low back pain
J Steele, S Bruce-Low, D Smith
PM&R 7 (2), 169-187, 2015
The effects of adding single-joint exercises to a multi-joint exercise resistance training program on upper body muscle strength and size in trained men
HS de França, PAN Branco, DP Guedes Junior, P Gentil, J Steele, ...
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 40 (8), 822-826, 2015
Intensity; in-ten-si-ty; noun. 1. Often used ambiguously within resistance training. 2. Is it time to drop the term altogether?
J Steele
British Journal of Sports Medicine 48 (22), 1586-1588, 2014
The effects of exercise referral schemes in the United Kingdom in those with cardiovascular, mental health, and musculoskeletal disorders: a preliminary systematic review
N Rowley, S Mann, J Steele, E Horton, A Jimenez
BMC public health 18, 1-18, 2018
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