Samuele Marcora
Samuele Marcora
Professor of Sport Science, DIBINEM, University of Bologna, Italy
Verified email at unibo.it
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Use of RPE-based training load in soccer
FM Impellizzeri, E Rampinini, AJ Coutts, A Sassi, SM Marcora
Medicine & Science in sports & exercise 36 (6), 1042-1047, 2004
11632004
Mental fatigue impairs physical performance in humans
SM Marcora, W Staiano, V Manning
Journal of applied physiology 106 (3), 857-864, 2009
9592009
Physiological and performance effects of generic versus specific aerobic training in soccer players
FM Impellizzeri, SM Marcora, C Castagna, T Reilly, A Sassi, FM Iaia, ...
International journal of sports medicine 27 (06), 483-492, 2006
7932006
Factors influencing physiological responses to small-sided soccer games
E Rampinini, FM Impellizzeri, C Castagna, G Abt, K Chamari, A Sassi, ...
Journal of sports sciences 25 (6), 659-666, 2007
7802007
Physiological assessment of aerobic training in soccer
FM Impellizzeri, E Rampinini, SM Marcora
Journal of sports sciences 23 (6), 583-592, 2005
6792005
Validity of simple field tests as indicators of match-related physical performance in top-level professional soccer players
E Rampinini, D Bishop, SM Marcora, DF Bravo, R Sassi, FM Impellizzeri
International journal of sports medicine 28 (03), 228-235, 2007
6412007
Heart rate and blood lactate correlates of perceived exertion during small-sided soccer games
AJ Coutts, E Rampinini, SM Marcora, C Castagna, FM Impellizzeri
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 12 (1), 79-84, 2009
4342009
Perception of effort during exercise is independent of afferent feedback from skeletal muscles, heart, and lungs
S Marcora
Journal of applied physiology 106 (6), 2060-2062, 2009
3872009
The limit to exercise tolerance in humans: mind over muscle?
SM Marcora, W Staiano
European journal of applied physiology 109 (4), 763-770, 2010
3352010
Locomotor muscle fatigue increases cardiorespiratory responses and reduces performance during intense cycling exercise independently from metabolic stress
SM Marcora, A Bosio, HM De Morree
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2008
2672008
A vertical jump force test for assessing bilateral strength asymmetry in athletes
FM Impellizzeri, E Rampinini, N Maffiuletti, SM Marcora
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 39 (11), 2044-2050, 2007
2482007
Effects of high‐intensity resistance training in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: A randomized controlled trial
AB Lemmey, SM Marcora, K Chester, S Wilson, F Casanova, ...
Arthritis Care & Research 61 (12), 1726-1734, 2009
2192009
Do we really need a central governor to explain brain regulation of exercise performance?
SM Marcora
European journal of applied physiology 104 (5), 929, 2008
2162008
The effects of mental fatigue on physical performance: a systematic review
J Van Cutsem, S Marcora, K De Pauw, S Bailey, R Meeusen, B Roelands
Sports medicine 47 (8), 1569-1588, 2017
2132017
Perception of effort reflects central motor command during movement execution
HM De Morree, C Klein, SM Marcora
Psychophysiology 49 (9), 1242-1253, 2012
2082012
GFR estimation using cystatin C is not independent of body composition
J Macdonald, S Marcora, M Jibani, G Roberts, M Kumwenda, R Glover, ...
American journal of kidney diseases 48 (5), 712-719, 2006
1792006
Randomized phase 2 trial of anti-tumor necrosis factor therapy for cachexia in patients with early rheumatoid arthritis
SM Marcora, KR Chester, G Mittal, AB Lemmey, PJ Maddison
The American journal of clinical nutrition 84 (6), 1463-1472, 2006
1742006
Psychological determinants of whole-body endurance performance
A McCormick, C Meijen, S Marcora
Sports medicine 45 (7), 997-1015, 2015
1732015
Talking yourself out of exhaustion: the effects of self-talk on endurance performance
AW Blanchfield, J Hardy, HM De Morree, W Staiano, SM Marcora
Med Sci Sports Exerc 46 (5), 998-1007, 2014
1712014
The physiology of mountain biking
FM Impellizzeri, SM Marcora
Sports medicine 37 (1), 59-71, 2007
1682007
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