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REFERENCES

 

The references concern:

- The books dealing with hypoventilation training

- The scientific studies on hypoventilation training carried out by or in association with Paris 13 University

- The scientific articles published by Paris 13 University on the effects of exercise in hypoxia and that support the studies on hypoventilation training

The abstracts of these studies are accessible via the search engine for biomedical literature "Pubmed" by simply clicking on the corresponding link

The full paper of some of these studies (pdf file) can be obtained:

- By  making a simple request for ARPEH members

- By making a little donation to ARPEH for the non-members

 

1) BOOKS DEALING WITH HYPOVENTILATION TRAINING

Woorons X. Hypoventilation training, push your limits!!. Ed. ARPEH, Lille, France, 2014.

2) SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ON HYPOVENTILATION TRAINING

Woorons X, Gamelin FX, Lamberto C, Pichon A, Richalet JP. Swimmers can train in hypoxia at sea level through voluntary hypoventilation. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 190:33-39, 2014.

Woorons X, Bourdillon N, Lamberto C, Vandewalle H, Richalet JP, Mollard P, Pichon A. Cardiovascular responses during hypoventilation at exercise. Int J Sports Med. 32:438-445, 2011. 

 

Woorons X, Bourdillon N, Vandewalle H, Lamberto C, Mollard P, Richalet JP, Pichon A. Exercise with hypoventilation induces lower muscle oxygenation and higher blood lactate concentration: role of hypoxia and hypercapnia. Eur J Appl Physiol.. 110:367-77, 2010.

 

Millet G, Roels B, Schmitt l, Woorons X, Richalet JP. Combining hypoxic methods for peak performance. Sports Med. 40:1-25, 2010.

 

 

Woorons X, Bourdillon N, Vandewalle H, Lamberto C, Mollard P, Richalet JP, Pichon A. 14th annual Congress of the European College of sport science, Oslo, Norway, June 24-27th, 2009. Effects of prolonged exercise with voluntary hypoventilation on  muscle oxygenation and blood lactate concentration.

 

Millet G, Woorons X, Roels B. Effects of intermittent hypoxia training on peak performance in elite athletes. In: Xi L.,Serebrovskaya T.V. (eds.) Intermittent Hypoxia: from Molecular Mechanisms to Clinical Applications. Nova Science Publishers Inc, Hauppauge, NY, pp. 459-471, 2009 .

Woorons X, Mollard P, Pichon A, Duvallet A, Richalet JP, Lamberto C. Effects of a 4-week training with voluntary hypoventilation carried out at low pulmonary volumes. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 160:123-130, 2008.

 

Woorons X, Mollard P, Pichon A, Duvallet A, Richalet JP, Lamberto C. 12th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, Jyväskylä, Finlande, july 11-14th, 2007. Effects of training in hypoxia through voluntary hypoventilation on performance.

Woorons X, Mollard P, Pichon A, Duvallet A, Richalet JP, Lamberto C. Prolonged expiration down to residual volume leads to severe arterial hypoxemia in athletes during submaximal exercise. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 15:75-82, 2007.

Woorons X. Conséquences physiologiques de l'entraînement en hypoventilation volontaire réalisée à de faibles volumes pulmonaires. Thèse de Doctorat en Biologie Humaine. Bobigny, Université Paris 13, 2007, 125 p.

 

3) SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES ON THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE IN HYPOXIA

Mollard P, Bourdillon N, Letournel M, Herman H, Gibert S, Pichon A, Woorons X, Richalet JP. Validity of arterialized earlobe blood gases at rest and exercise in normoxia and hypoxia. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 172:179-183, 2010.

 

Mollard P, Woorons X, Antoine-Jonville S, Jutand L, Richalet JP, Favret F, Pichon A.'Oxygen uptake efficiency slope' in trained and untrained subjects exposed to hypoxia. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 161:167-173, 2008.

 

Mollard P, Woorons X, Letournel M, Cornolo J, Lamberto C, Beaudry M, Richalet JP. Role of maximal heart rate and arterial O2 saturation on the decrement of VO2max in moderate acute hypoxia in trained and untrained men. Int J Sports Med. 28:186-192, 2007.

 

Mollard P, Woorons X, Letournel M, Lamberto C, Favret F, Pichon A, Beaudry M, Richalet JP. Determinants of maximal oxygen uptake in moderate acute hypoxia in endurance athletes. Eur J Appl Physiol 100: 663-673, 2007.

 

Mollard P, Woorons X, Letournel M, Lamberto C, Favret F, Pichon A, Beaudry M, Richalet JP. Determinant factors of the decrease in aerobic performance in moderate acute hypoxia in women endurance athletes. Respir Physiol Neurobiol. 159:178-186, 2007.

 

Woorons X, Mollard P, Pichon A, Lamberto C, Duvallet A, Richalet JP. Moderate exercise in hypoxia induces a greater arterial desaturation in trained than untrained men. Scand J Med Sci Sports.17:431-436, 2007.

 

Woorons X, Mollard P, Lamberto C, Letournel M, Richalet JP. Effect of acute hypoxia on maximal exercise in trained and sedentary women. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 37:147-154, 2005.

 

 

 

 

 

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The first book dealing with
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Xavier Woorons Respiratory physiology neurobiology
Scientific study on hypoventilation
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Discussion about
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sport et vie
Press article on
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xavier woorons international journal sports medicine
Scientific study on hypoventilation
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FIGARO
Press article on
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xavier woorons european journal of applied physiology
Scientific study on hypoventilation
training (2010)



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Xavier Woorons Respiratory physiology neurobiology
Scientific study on hypoventilation
training (2008)


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Laboratory "Cellular and
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