Paolo Terziotti

Paolo Terziotti
University of Suffolk | UC Suffolk · School of Science Technology and Engineering

PhD

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This study compared the outputs of three different commercially-available GPS player-tracking devices for a range of commonly used displacement and energetic variables in activities replicating team sport movements. Professional male soccer players (n = 7), simultaneously wore three GPS devices (Catapult OptimEye S5, GPExe Pro 1, StatSport ViperPod...
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The effect in healthy elderly subjects of cycle ergometer or arm ergometer training on peak oxygen consumption (VO(2peak)) and ventilatory threshold (VT) was studied. The aim was to determine the benefit of each training modality on specific and cross exercise capacity. The cross-effect was also evaluated as an index of the central nature of the ad...
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The recovery of the baseline autonomic control of cardiovascular activity after exercise has not been extensively studied. In 12 healthy subjects, we assessed the time-course of recovery by autoregressive spectrum and cross-spectrum analysis of heart period and systolic blood pressure during the 3 h after the end of 20 min of steady-state exercise...
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Spectral analysis of heart rate variability (HRV) is a common tool to investigate parasympathetic and sympathetic (PNS, SNS) control of the heart. Despite a large number of investigations, there is no agreement about the interpretation of the results. In particular, if it is widely accepted that high frequency oscillations (HF RR) reflect respirato...
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INTRODUZIONE riposo ed in condizioni normali la frequenza cardiaca e la pressione san-guigna variano continuamente attorno al valore medio (Fig.1). Il primo a docu-mentare questa variabilità fu Stephen Hales il quale, all'inizio del 18 th secolo, notò una correlazione tra le variazioni della frequenza cardiaca e della pressio-ne con il ciclo respir...