Billy Sperlich
Billy Sperlich
Professor, Integrative & Experimental Exercise Science & Training, University of Würzburg
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Polarized training has greater impact on key endurance variables than threshold, high intensity, or high volume training
T Stöggl, B Sperlich
Frontiers in physiology 5, 33, 2014
Analysis of sprint cross-country skiing using a differential global navigation satellite system
E Andersson, M Supej, Ø Sandbakk, B Sperlich, T Stöggl, HC Holmberg
European journal of applied physiology 110 (3), 585-595, 2010
Bringing light into the dark: effects of compression clothing on performance and recovery
DP Born, B Sperlich, HC Holmberg
International journal of sports physiology and performance 8 (1), 4-18, 2013
The training intensity distribution among well-trained and elite endurance athletes
TL Stöggl, B Sperlich
Frontiers in physiology 6, 295, 2015
High-intensity interval training improves VO 2peak, maximal lactate accumulation, time trial and competition performance in 9–11-year-old swimmers
B Sperlich, C Zinner, I Heilemann, PL Kjendlie, HC Holmberg, J Mester
European journal of applied physiology 110 (5), 1029-1036, 2010
Comparison of non-invasive individual monitoring of the training and health of athletes with commercially available wearable technologies
P Düking, A Hotho, HC Holmberg, FK Fuss, B Sperlich
Frontiers in physiology 7, 71, 2016
Effects of 5 weeks of high-intensity interval training vs. volume training in 14-year-old soccer players
B Sperlich, M De Marées, K Koehler, J Linville, HC Holmberg, J Mester
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25 (5), 1271-1278, 2011
Different types of compression clothing do not increase sub-maximal and maximal endurance performance in well-trained athletes
B Sperlich, M Haegele, S Achtzehn, J Linville, HC Holmberg, J Mester
Journal of sports sciences 28 (6), 609-614, 2010
Lactate infusion at rest increases BDNF blood concentration in humans
T Schiffer, S Schulte, B Sperlich, S Achtzehn, H Fricke, HK Strüder
Neuroscience letters 488 (3), 234-237, 2011
Is there evidence that runners can benefit from wearing compression clothing?
FA Engel, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Sports Medicine 46 (12), 1939-1952, 2016
A 3‐week multimodal intervention involving high‐intensity interval training in female cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial
J Schmitt, N Lindner, M Reuss‐Borst, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Physiological reports 4 (3), e12693, 2016
Repeated double-poling sprint training in hypoxia by competitive cross-country skiers
R Faiss, S Willis, DP Born, B Sperlich, JM Vesin, HC Holmberg, GP Millet
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 47 (4), 809-817, 2015
Biomechanical, cardiorespiratory, metabolic and perceived responses to electrically assisted cycling
B Sperlich, C Zinner, K Hébert-Losier, DP Born, HC Holmberg
European journal of applied physiology 112 (12), 4015-4025, 2012
Squeezing the muscle: compression clothing and muscle metabolism during recovery from high intensity exercise
B Sperlich, DP Born, K Kaskinoro, KK Kalliokoski, MS Laaksonen
PLoS One 8 (4), e60923, 2013
Exercise reduces the symptoms of attention‐deficit/hyperactivity disorder and improves social behaviour, motor skills, strength and neuropsychological parameters
CF Kamp, B Sperlich, HC Holmberg
Acta Paediatrica 103 (7), 709-714, 2014
High-intensity interval training performed by young athletes: A systematic review and meta-analysis
FA Engel, A Ackermann, H Chtourou, B Sperlich
Frontiers in physiology 9, 1012, 2018
Running activity profile of adolescent tennis players during match play
MW Hoppe, C Baumgart, J Bornefeld, B Sperlich, J Freiwald, ...
Pediatric exercise science 26 (3), 281-290, 2014
A novel compression garment with adhesive silicone stripes improves repeated sprint performance–a multi-experimental approach on the underlying mechanisms
DP Born, HC Holmberg, F Goernert, B Sperlich
BMC sports science, medicine and rehabilitation 6 (1), 1-9, 2014
Recommendations for assessment of the reliability, sensitivity, and validity of data provided by wearable sensors designed for monitoring physical activity
P Düking, FK Fuss, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (4), e9341, 2018
The potential usefulness of virtual reality systems for athletes: a short SWOT analysis
P Düking, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Frontiers in Physiology 9, 128, 2018
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