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Twelve weeks of low volume sprint interval training improves cardio-metabolic health outcomes in overweight females Journal article
Journal of Sports Sciences, 2019,Volume: 37,Issue: 11,Page: 1257-1264
Authors:  Sun,Shengyan;  Zhang,Haifeng;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Shi,Qingde;  Tong,Tomas K.;  Nie,Jinlei
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cardio-metabolic health  Exercise  interval training  weight reduction  
The cTnT response to acute exercise at the onset of an endurance training program: evidence of exercise preconditioning? Journal article
European Journal of Applied Physiology, 2019,Volume: 119,Issue: 4,Page: 847-855
Authors:  Zhang,Haifeng;  Nie,Jinlei;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Cao,Wenling;  Zhu,Xiangui;  Zheng,Ziwei;  George,Keith
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Cardiac biomarker  Cardiac troponin T  Endurance exercise  Exercise preconditioning  
Severe hypoxia does not offset the benefits of exercise on cognitive function in sedentary young women Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 6
Authors:  Lei,On Kei;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Loprinzi,Paul D.;  Shi,Qingde;  Sun,Shengyan;  Zou,Liye;  Hu,Yang;  Nie,Jinlei
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Accuracy  Exercise  Hypoxia  Peripheral oxygen saturation  Reaction time  
The impact of high-intensity interval training on the cTnT response to acute exercise in sedentary obese young women Journal article
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 2019,Volume: 29,Issue: 2,Page: 160-170
Authors:  Nie,Jinlei;  Zhang,Haifeng;  He,Yuxiu;  Cao,Wenling;  Liu,Yang;  Kong,Zhaowei;  George,Keith
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cardiac biomarker  cardiac troponin T  high-intensity interval training  repeated-sprint exercise  sprint interval exercise  
Comparing time efficiency of sprint vs. High-intensity interval training in reducing abdominal visceral fat in obese young women: A randomized, controlled trial Journal article
Frontiers in Physiology, 2018,Volume: 9,Issue: AUG
Authors:  Tong,Tomas K.;  Zhang,Haifeng;  Shi,Hongru;  Liu,Yang;  Ai,Jingwen;  Nie,Jinlei;  Kong,Zhaowei
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Abdominal fat  High-intensity interval training  Intervention  Obesity  Visceral fat area  
Comparing Time Efficiency of Sprint vs. High-Intensity Interval Training in Reducing Abdominal Visceral Fat in Obese Young Women: A Randomized, Controlled Trial Journal article
FRONTIERS IN PHYSIOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 9
Authors:  Tong, Tomas K.;  Zhang, Haifeng;  Shi, Hongru;  Liu, Yang;  Ai, Jingwen;  Nie, Jinlei;  Kong, Zhaowei
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high-intensity interval training  intervention  obesity  abdominal fat  visceral fat area  
A drawing project & beyond-an artist’s project Journal article
Visual Resources, 2017,Volume: 33,Issue: 3-4,Page: 385-418
Authors:  Lo,Yuen Yi
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Art Practice  China  Drawing  Gender Difference  Jiangyong County  Language  Nüshu  Women  
African American female students in online collaborative learning activities: The role of identity, emotion, and peer support Journal article
Computers in Human Behavior, 2016,Volume: 63,Page: 948-958
Authors:  Du,Jianxia;  Zhou,Mingming;  Xu,Jianzhong;  Lei,Sao San
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African American women  Cultural diversity  Groupwork  Online collaboration  
African American female students in online collaborative learning activities: The role of identity, emotion, and peer support Journal article
Computers in Human Behavior, 2016,Volume: 63,Page: 948-958
Authors:  Du,Jianxia;  Zhou,Mingming;  Xu,Jianzhong;  Lei,Sao San
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African American women  Cultural diversity  Groupwork  Online collaboration  
Comparison of high-intensity interval training and moderate-to-vigorous continuous training for cardiometabolic health and exercise enjoyment in obese young women: A randomized controlled trial Journal article
PLoS ONE, 2016,Volume: 11,Issue: 7
Authors:  Kong,Zhaowei;  Fan,Xitao;  Sun,Shengyan;  Song,Lili;  Shi,Qingde;  Nie,Jinlei
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