CSEP 2016: From Health to High Performance

    Free Communications - Saturday, October 15



    Free Communications #5: 
    Health to High Performance

    Lecture Theatre

    Number in Session Abstract Title
    Graham Holloway 5-1 Bed rest induced insulin resistance is not attributed to alterations in mitochondrial bioenergetics
    Taura Willoughby 5-2 C-Reactive Protein Increases After 10 Days of Increased Sedentary Time in Women.
    Katya Herman 5-3 Sedentary behaviours among Canadian adults: Associations with self-rated health, mental health, life satisfaction and perceived life stress
    Mohamed Mathlouthi 5-4 Effect of daily physical activity level on ambulatory blood pressure measurements in healthy adults working in a predominantly sedentary environment
    Katlynne Nelson 5-5 The Effect of High Impact Exercise on Serum Osteokines in Young Men and Women
    Prabhjot Singh 5-6 Core temperature and climb times in a mountain ultra-marathon
    Michael Rogers 5-7 Assessment of physiological and anthropometric predictors of mountain ultra-marathon performance in warm and cool climatic conditions.
    Keisuke Takeshima 5-8 Effect of a new cooling vest on time trial performance and thermal perception


    Free Communications #6: 
    Cardiorespiratory Physiology

    Oak Bay Room

    Number in Session Abstract Title
    Jason Au 6-1 Carotid artery longitudinal wall motion patterns are not altered by moderate intensity continuous or sprint-interval training
    Katharine Currie 6-2 Absence of sex-specific differences in left ventricular diastolic function between middle-aged endurance athletes
    Stacey Priest 6-3 Carotid artery distensibility is lower in males than females across all phases of the menstrual cycle
    Diane Ramsay 6-4 Relationship between fibular nerve muscle sympathetic nerve activity and popliteal flow-mediated dilation in aerobically-trained older adults.
    Kevin Boldt 6-5 Cardiac myocyte bundle peak power output following chronic cardiovascular training in rats
    Thomas Beltrame 6-6 Prediction of oxygen uptake dynamics by machine learning analysis of wearable sensors with application for aerobic fitness evaluation during activitie
    Andrew Ramsook 6-7 Effects of inspiratory muscle training on respiratory muscle electromyography and dyspnoea during exercise in healthy men
    Michele Schaeffer 6-8 Hyperoxia reduces respiratory neural drive and improves dyspnoea ratings and exercise tolerance in interstitial lung disease