Items by Alghannam, Abdullah
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Alghannam, A., 2016. Nutrition for post-exercise recovery and training adaptation. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Alghannam, A., Jedrzejewski, D., Tweddle, M. G., Gribble, H., Bilzon, J., Thompson, D., Tsintzas, K. and Betts, J. A., 2016. Impact of muscle glycogen availability on the capacity for repeated exercise in man. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 48 (1), pp. 123-131. Item availability may be restricted.
Alghannam, A. F., Jedrzejewski, D., Tweddle, M., Gribble, H., Bilzon, J. L. J. and Betts, J. A., 2015. Reliability of time to exhaustion treadmill running as a measure of human endurance capacity. International Journal of Sports Medicine Item availability may be restricted.
Alghannam, A. F., Tsintzas, K., Thompson, D., Bilzon, J. and Betts, J. A., 2014. Post-exercise protein trial:interactions between diet and exercise (PEPTIDE): study protocol for randomized controlled trial. Trials, 15 (1), 459.
Alghannam, A. F., Tsintzas, K., Thompson, D., Bilzon, J. and Betts, J. A., 2014. Exploring mechanisms of fatigue during repeated exercise and the dose dependent effects of carbohydrate and protein ingestion:study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 15 (1).
Alghannam, A. F., 2011. Carbohydrate-protein ingestion improves subsequent running capacity towards the end of a football-specific intermittent exercise. Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism, 36 (5), pp. 748-757.