• Effects of High Intensity Interval or Continuous Moderate Training on Metabolic Thresholds: A Randomized Control Trial 

      García-Romero, Jerónimo; Fernández-Millán, Javier; Alvero-Cruz, Jose Ramon; Peñaloza, Piero; Jiménez, Manuel; [et al.] (2015-05-29)
      High intensity interval training (HIIT) has been suggested to promote superior metabolic and cardiovascular adaptations than classical moderate continuous training (MCT) in athletes or sedentary people. However, less is ...
    • Obesity and strength exercises in children: body composition influence 

      Fernández-García, José Carlos; Carnero, Elvis A.; Wärnberg, J; Alvero-Cruz, Jose Ramon (Karger, 2013)
      Great levels of explosive dynamic strength (EDS) are needed to improve intermittent physical activity (PA) performance. Isometric strength (IS) has been associated with healthier metabolic and body composition profiles. ...
    • Reference values of total and regional skeletal muscle mass in children and adolescents 

      Correas-Gomez, Lorena; Alvero-Cruz, Jose Ramon; Carnero, Elvis A. (2014-07-21)
      Introduction: The acquisition of skeletal muscle mass (SMM) during childhood and adolescence must be a main concern to ensure healthy growth and improved motor development. Moreover, peak SMM increment must happen during ...
    • TBW Assessment by Deuterium Dilution in Spanish Adolescents 

      Carnero, Elvis A.; Alvero-Cruz, Jose Ramon; Barrera-Expósito, Jesús; Sardinha, Luis, B. (2013-12-18)
      INTRODUCTION: Total body water (TBW) assessment is a cornerstone in order to validate equations to estimate body composition components as fat mass and fat free mass. Deuterium dilution technique (D2DT) is considered the ...