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-259 Fleisig GS, Andrews JR, Dillman CJ, Escamilla RF. Kinetics of baseball pitching with implications about injury mechanisms . Am J Sport Med , 1995; 23: 233-239 Fleisig GS, Barrentine SW, Escamilla RF, Andrews JR. Biomechanics of overhand throwing with implications for injuries. Sports Med , 1996; 21: 421-437 Fleisig GS, Barrentine SW, Zheng N, Escamilla RF, Andrews JR. Kinematic and kinetic comparison of baseball pitching among various levels of development. J Biomech , 1999; 32: 1371-1375 Guido JA, Werner SW, Meister K. Lower extremity ground reaction forces in youth

exercise. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2007; 293: H133-141 Buitrago S, Wirtz N, Yue Z, Kleinoder H, Mester J. Effects of load and training modes on physiological and metabolic responses in resistance exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2011; 117(7): 2739-2748 Castinheiras Neto AG, Silva NL, Farinatti PTV. Influence of resistance training variables on post-exercise oxygen consumption: a systematic review. Rev Bras Med Esporte, 2009; 15(1): 70-78 Cohen-Solal A, Laperche T, Morvan D, Geneves M, Caviezel B, Gourgon R. Prolonged kinetics of recovery of oxygen consumption after

between the 3rd and 6th min of exercise, which may explain the popularity of this method among researchers. Notwithstanding, Bearden and Moffat (2001) suggested that this method tended to underestimate the SC when compared with mathematical modeling. Studies about the on-kinetics of VO2 during swimming are scarce. The SC has already been reported in front crawl swimming ( Demarie et al., 2001 ; Fernandes et al., 2003 , 2008 ; Machado et al., 2006 ; Reis et al., 2010 ), but only one study has attempted to evaluate the SC during breaststroke swimming ( Reis et al

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1 Introduction When considering the concept of sorption kinetics in a porous solid, it should be noted that in this process, we deal with two phenomena: transport of gas into the interior of the porous substance and settling of gas molecules on the surface or within the volume of a solid. Furthermore, in this paper, sorption is understood as all phenomena associated with adsorption or desorption of gas on the surface of a solid. Adsorption is understood as the concentration of a substance on the surface or in the pore volume of a solid due to attracting surface

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partially confirming the hypotheses that the increased bar end weight displacements for a given time required increased velocities for the same time, and hence accelerations. The participants were required to resist these accelerations to maintain the prescribed lifting cadence, which resulted in larger vertical GRFs and hence joint kinetics, including joint powers and motor unit activity based on the Henneman’s size principle ( Henneman, 1957 ). Specifically, the supporting results include: the FB solicited greater 1) bar end ROM, maximum velocities, and maximum