Shalaya Kipp
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A comparison of the energetic cost of running in marathon racing shoes
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, JH Frank, EM Farina, G Luo, R Kram
Sports Medicine 48 (4), 1009-1019, 2018
1282018
Altered running economy directly translates to altered distance-running performance
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, BA Spiering, R Kram
Med Sci Sports Exerc 48 (11), 2175-80, 2016
912016
The biomechanics of competitive male runners in three marathon racing shoes: a randomized crossover study
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, R Kram
Sports Medicine 49 (1), 133-143, 2019
502019
Calculating metabolic energy expenditure across a wide range of exercise intensities: the equation matters
S Kipp, WC Byrnes, R Kram
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 43 (6), 639-642, 2018
322018
Extrapolating metabolic savings in running: implications for performance predictions
S Kipp, R Kram, W Hoogkamer
Frontiers in physiology 10, 79, 2019
312019
What determines the metabolic cost of human running across a wide range of velocities?
S Kipp, AM Grabowski, R Kram
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (18), 2018
312018
Use aerobic energy expenditure instead of oxygen uptake to quantify exercise intensity and predict endurance performance
ON Beck, S Kipp, WC Byrnes, R Kram
Journal of applied physiology 125 (2), 672-674, 2018
212018
Older runners retain youthful running economy despite biomechanical differences
ON Beck, S Kipp, JM Roby, AM Grabowski, R Kram, JD Ortega
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 48 (4), 697, 2016
172016
Does metabolic rate increase linearly with running speed in all distance runners?
ME Batliner, S Kipp, AM Grabowski, R Kram, WC Byrnes
Sports medicine international open 2 (1), E1, 2018
162018
Comparison of running and cycling economy in runners, cyclists, and triathletes
W Swinnen, S Kipp, R Kram
European journal of applied physiology 118 (7), 1331-1338, 2018
112018
Ground reaction forces during steeplechase hurdling and waterjumps
S Kipp, P Taboga, R Kram
Sports biomechanics 16 (2), 152-165, 2017
102017
New Running Shoe Reduces the Energetic Cost of Running: 761 Board# 6 May 31 3: 15 PM-5: 15 PM
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, JH Frank, E Farina, G Luo, R Kram
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 49 (5S), 195, 2017
52017
Why does metabolic rate increase curvilinearly with running velocity
S Kipp
MS thesis, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo, 2017
52017
RESPIRATORY MUSCLES DURING EXERCISE
JF Welch, S Kipp, AW Sheel
Eur J Appl Physiol 93, 581-7, 2015
4*2015
Commentaries on Viewpoint: Physiology and fast marathons
J Santos-Concejero, F González-Mohíno, JM González-Ravé, S Perrey, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 128 (4), 1069-1085, 2020
32020
Partitioning the work of breathing during running and cycling using optoelectronic plethysmography
S Kipp, MG Leahy, JA Hanna, AW Sheel
Journal of Applied Physiology, 2021
2021
TIME-DEPENDENT PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES-THE MISSING PIECE OF THE MARATHON PUZZLE?(vol 128, pg 1069, 1985)
J Santos-Concejero, F Gonzalez-Mohino, JM Gonzalez-Rave, S Perrey, ...
JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 128 (5), 1466-1466, 2020
2020
COMMENTARY ON VIEWPOINT: PHYSIOLOGY AND FAST MARATHONS
S Kipp
JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY 128 (4), 1079-1079, 2020
2020
Last Word on Viewpoint: Use aerobic energy expenditure instead of oxygen uptake to quantify exercise intensity and predict endurance performance
ON Beck, S Kipp, WC Byrnes, R Kram
Journal of Applied Physiology 125 (2), 675-675, 2018
2018
Sports Medicine International Open–recently published
ME Batliner, S Kipp, AM Grabowski, R Kram, WC Byrnes
Int J Sports Med 38, 1132, 2017
2017
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