Alfred Nimmerichter
Alfred Nimmerichter
Head of Faculty, Training and Sports Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt
Verified email at fhwn.ac.at
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Evaluation of a field test to assess performance in elite cyclists
A Nimmerichter, C Williams, N Bachl, R Eston
Int J Sports Med 31 (3), 160-166, 2010
622010
Effects of low and high cadence interval training on power output in flat and uphill cycling time-trials
A Nimmerichter, R Eston, N Bachl, C Williams
European journal of applied physiology 112 (1), 69-78, 2012
462012
Longitudinal monitoring of power output and heart rate profiles in elite cyclists
A Nimmerichter, RG Eston, N Bachl, C Williams
Journal of sports sciences 29 (8), 831-839, 2011
422011
Critical power in laboratory and field conditions using single-visit maximal effort trials
C Triska, H Tschan, G Tazreiter, A Nimmerichter
International journal of sports medicine 36 (13), 1063-1068, 2015
262015
Effects of video-based visual training on decision-making and reactive agility in adolescent football players
A Nimmerichter, NJR Weber, K Wirth, A Haller
Sports 4 (1), 1, 2016
192016
Time trials versus time-to-exhaustion tests: effects on critical power, W′, and oxygen-uptake kinetics
B Karsten, J Baker, F Naclerio, A Klose, A Bianco, A Nimmerichter
International journal of sports physiology and performance 13 (2), 183-188, 2017
172017
Validity and reliability of the Garmin Vector power meter in laboratory and field cycling
A Nimmerichter, L Schnitzer, B Prinz, D Simon, K Wirth
International journal of sports medicine 38 (06), 439-446, 2017
142017
Reliability of the parameters of the power-duration relationship using maximal effort time-trials under laboratory conditions
C Triska, B Karsten, B Heidegger, B Koller-Zeisler, B Prinz, ...
Plos one 12 (12), e0189776, 2017
132017
Validity of treadmill-derived critical speed on predicting 5000-meter track-running performance
A Nimmerichter, N Novak, C Triska, B Prinz, BC Breese
Journal of strength and conditioning research 31 (3), 706-714, 2017
132017
Occupational illnesses related to physical strains in apple harvesting
P Callea, G Zimbalatti, E Quendler, A Nimmerichter, N Bachl, B Bernardi, ...
Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 21 (2), 2014
132014
Reliability of the single-visit field test of critical speed in trained and untrained adolescents
A Nimmerichter, M Steindl, CA Williams
Sports 3 (4), 358-368, 2015
122015
Status, stress and performance in track and field athletes during the european games in Baku (Azerbaijan)
B Siart, A Nimmerichter, C Vidotto, B Wallner
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
112017
Different durations within the method of best practice affect the parameters of the speed–duration relationship
C Triska, B Karsten, C Beedie, B Koller-Zeisler, A Nimmerichter, H Tschan
European journal of sport science 18 (3), 332-340, 2018
92018
Iso-duration determination of DŽ and CS under laboratory and field conditions
C Triska, B Karsten, A Nimmerichter, H Tschan
International Journal of Sports Medicine 38 (7), 527-533, 2017
92017
Comparison of power output during ergometer and track cycling in adolescent cyclists
A Nimmerichter, CA Williams
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 29 (4), 1049-1056, 2015
82015
Effects of negative air ions on oxygen uptake kinetics, recovery and performance in exercise: a randomized, double-blinded study
A Nimmerichter, J Holdhaus, L Mehnen, C Vidotto, M Loidl, AR Barker
International journal of biometeorology 58 (7), 1503-1512, 2014
82014
Gross efficiency during flat and uphill cycling in field conditions
A Nimmerichter, B Prinz, K Haselsberger, N Novak, D Simon, JG Hopker
International journal of sports physiology and performance 10 (7), 830-834, 2015
72015
Validation of automated detection of physical and mental stress during work in a Hühnermobil 225
E Quendler, K Trieb, A Nimmerichter
Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 24 (2), 329-331, 2017
32017
Mechanical power output during cycling: The efficacy of mobile power meters for monitoring exercise intensity during cycling
A Nimmerichter
University of Exeter, 2011
32011
Field-Derived Power–Duration Variables to Predict Cycling Time-Trial Performance
A Nimmerichter, B Prinz, M Gumpenberger, S Heider, K Wirth
International journal of sports physiology and performance 15 (8), 1095-1102, 2020
22020
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