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Low-volume high-intensity interval training reduces hyperglycemia and increases muscle mitochondrial capacity in patients with type 2 diabetes
JP Little, JB Gillen, ME Percival, A Safdar, MA Tarnopolsky, Z Punthakee, ...
Journal of applied physiology 111 (6), 1554-1560, 2011
12162011
Where does HIT fit? An examination of the affective response to high-intensity intervals in comparison to continuous moderate-and continuous vigorous-intensity exercise in the …
ME Jung, JE Bourne, JP Little
PloS one 9 (12), e114541, 2014
3982014
Effects of high-intensity interval exercise versus continuous moderate-intensity exercise on postprandial glycemic control assessed by continuous glucose monitoring in obese adults
JP Little, ME Jung, AE Wright, W Wright, RJF Manders
Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism 39 (7), 835-841, 2014
2792014
Extremely low volume, whole-body aerobic–resistance training improves aerobic fitness and muscular endurance in females
G McRae, A Payne, JGE Zelt, TD Scribbans, ME Jung, JP Little, BJ Gurd
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 37 (6), 1124-1131, 2012
2722012
Behavior change and the freshman 15: tracking physical activity and dietary patterns in 1st-year university women
ME Jung, SR Bray, KAM Ginis
Journal of American College Health 56 (5), 523-530, 2008
2672008
Affective and enjoyment responses to high-intensity interval training in overweight-to-obese and insufficiently active adults
N Martinez, MW Kilpatrick, K Salomon, ME Jung, JP Little
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 37 (2), 138-149, 2015
2392015
High‐intensity interval training as an efficacious alternative to moderate‐intensity continuous training for adults with prediabetes
ME Jung, JE Bourne, MR Beauchamp, E Robinson, JP Little
Journal of diabetes research 2015 (1), 191595, 2015
2372015
Reducing the intensity and volume of interval training diminishes cardiovascular adaptation but not mitochondrial biogenesis in overweight/obese men
JC Boyd, CA Simpson, ME Jung, BJ Gurd
PloS one 8 (7), e68091, 2013
2192013
Short-term high-intensity interval and moderate-intensity continuous training reduce leukocyte TLR4 in inactive adults at elevated risk of type 2 diabetes
E Robinson, C Durrer, S Simtchouk, ME Jung, JE Bourne, E Voth, JP Little
Journal of applied physiology 119 (5), 508-516, 2015
1692015
To see or not to see: effects of exercising in mirrored environments on sedentary women's feeling states and self-efficacy.
KA Martin Ginis, ME Jung, L Gauvin
Health Psychology 22 (4), 354, 2003
1622003
Evaluation of an mhealth app (destressify) on university students’ mental health: pilot trial
RA Lee, ME Jung
JMIR mental health 5 (1), e8324, 2018
1382018
High-intensity interval training: A review of physiological and psychological responses
MW Kilpatrick, ME Jung, JP Little
ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal 18 (5), 11-16, 2014
1382014
Changes in mechanisms proposed to mediate fat loss following an acute bout of high-intensity interval and endurance exercise
CB Williams, JGE Zelt, LN Castellani, JP Little, ME Jung, DC Wright, ...
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 38 (12), 1236-1244, 2013
1102013
Effects of resistance training combined with moderate-intensity endurance or low-volume high-intensity interval exercise on cardiovascular risk factors in patients with …
KD Currie, KJ Bailey, ME Jung, RS McKelvie, MJ MacDonald
Journal of science and medicine in sport 18 (6), 637-642, 2015
1052015
Strength of exercise identity and identity-exercise consistency: Affective and social cognitive relationships
SM Strachan, LR Brawley, KS Spink, ME Jung
Journal of health psychology 14 (8), 1196-1206, 2009
892009
Moving beyond the stigma: The impression formation benefits of exercise for individuals with a physical disability
KP Arbour, AE Latimer, KAM Ginis, ME Jung
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 24 (2), 144-159, 2007
892007
Self-compassion directly and indirectly predicts dietary adherence and quality of life among adults with celiac disease
AJ Dowd, ME Jung
Appetite 113, 293-300, 2017
882017
Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of a school-based physical activity policy in Canada: application of the theoretical domains framework
KA Weatherson, R McKay, HL Gainforth, ME Jung
BMC public health 17, 1-16, 2017
872017
A theoretical analysis of the barriers and facilitators to the implementation of school-based physical activity policies in Canada: a mixed methods scoping review
KA Weatherson, HL Gainforth, ME Jung
Implementation Science 12, 1-15, 2017
872017
A theory-based exercise app to enhance exercise adherence: a pilot study
EC Voth, ND Oelke, ME Jung
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 4 (2), e4997, 2016
772016
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