Linda Haiwon Chung

Linda Haiwon Chung

Centro de Investigación en Alto Rendimiento Deportivo

Formación

Graduado en Ciencia del ejercicio y movimento; biología
Programa de Doctorado en Kinesiología
Postgrado en Máster

Grupos de investigación

Publicaciones

  • Age-related resistance to skeletal muscle fatigue is preserved during ischemia
  • Biochemical responses and physical performance during High-Intensity Resistance Circuit Training in hypoxia and normoxia
  • Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Energy cost of walking, symptomatic fatigue and perceived exertion in persons with multiple sclerosis.
  • Human Muscle Fatigue
  • Leg power asymmetry and postural control in women with multiple sclerosis
  • Mechanisms of vasoactive intestinal peptide-mediated vasodilation in human skin
  • Postural control in women with multiple sclerosis: effects of task, vision and symptomatic fatigue
  • Regular consumption of HolisFiit®, a polyphenol-rich extract-based food supplement, improves mind and body well-being of overweight and slightly obese volunteers: a randomized, double-blind, parallel trial
  • Supplementation with a Polyphenol-Rich Extract, PerfLoad®, Improves Physical Performance during High-Intensity Exercise: A Randomized, Double Blind, Crossover Trial.
  • Supplementation with a Polyphenol-Rich Extract, TensLess®, Attenuates Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness and Improves Muscle Recovery from Damages After Eccentric Exercise
  • The effect of whole-body vibration training on lean mass in postmenopausal women: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

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