Tue Rømer

Tue Rømer
University of Copenhagen

Master of Science

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Introduction
My primary research interests are endurance exercise performance, fat oxidation, exercise testing, substrate utilization manipulation through diet and/or training interventions
Additional affiliations
August 2018 - present
University of Copenhagen
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 2012 - August 2018
University of Copenhagen
Field of study
  • Exercise physiology

Publications

Publications (8)
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Aim & methods: Extreme endurance exercise provides a valuable research model for understanding the adaptive metabolic response of older and younger individuals to intense physical activity. Here, we compare a wide range of metabolic and physiologic parameters in two cohorts of seven trained men, age 30±5 years or age 65±6 years, before and after t...
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Introduction Low cardiorespiratory fitness expressed as a low maximal oxygen consumption (V̇O2max) is associated with cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality (1). Thus, V̇O2max is recognised as an important clinical tool in the assessment of patients (1,2). However, assessment of V̇O2max by exercise testing is both physically demanding and m...
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The peak fat oxidation rate (PFO) and the exercise intensity that elicits PFO (Fatmax) is associated with endurance performance during exercise primarily involving lower body musculature, but it remains elusive whether these associations are present during predominant upper body exercise. The aim was to investigate the relationship between PFO and...
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Introduction: The scientific outcome of Health Science PhD theses has been questioned by arguments suggesting that strategic motives are important for graduationamong clinical PhD graduates which may compromise scientific output and quality. This study aimed to investigate the scientific outcome of clinical PhD theses. Methods: A total of 841PhD...
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Peak fat oxidation rate (PFO) and the intensity that elicits PFO (Fatmax) are commonly determined by a validated graded exercise test (GE) on a cycling‐ergometer with indirect calorimetry. However, for upper body exercise fat oxidation rates are not well elucidated and no protocol has been validated. Thus, our aim was to test validity and inter‐met...
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Purpose: Accumulated time at a high percentage of peak oxygen consumption (VO2peak) is important for improving performance in endurance athletes. The present study compared the acute effect of a roller-ski skating session containing work intervals with a fast start followed by decreasing speed (DEC) with a traditional session where the work interv...
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Purpose: The present study examined whether a period of additional speed endurance training would improve intense intermittent exercise performance in highly trained soccer players during the season and whether the training changed aerobic metabolism and the level of oxidative enzymes in type I and II muscle fibers. Methods: During the last nine...

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