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12014The time course of selected outcome measures in healthy women aged 65-74 years when varying exercise frequency and duration of an exercise walking programmeSmart, Neil ; Morton, Richard H; Sabapathy, Surandren; Minahan, Clare; Gass, Gregory18-Feb-2015
22012The effect of tele-monitoring on exercise training adherence, functional capacity, quality of life and glycemic control in patients with type II diabetesMarios, Tracy; Dalton, Sara; Smart, Neil 7-Feb-2013
32017Open versus Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises following an Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisJewiss, Daniel; Ostman, Cecilia; Smart, Neil 1-Feb-2018
42016Exercise training modalities in chronic heart failure: does high intensity aerobic interval training make the difference?Giallauria, Francesco ; Smart, Neil ; Cittadini, Antonio; Vigorito, Carlo21-Feb-2017
52017Aerobic Training Intensity for Improved Endothelial Function in Heart Failure Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisPearson, Melissa ; Smart, Neil 19-May-2017
62017The effect of exercise training on clinical outcomes in patients with the metabolic syndrome: A systematic review and meta-analysisOstman, Cecilia; Smart, Neil ; Morcos, D; Duller, A; Ridley, W; Jewiss, Daniel26-Sep-2017
72015Changes in the leukocyte methylome and its effect on cardiovascular-related genes after exerciseDenham, Joshua ; O'Brien, Brendan J; Marques, Francine Z; Charchar, Fadi J31-Mar-2016
82011Exercise Training for Heart Failure Patients with and without Systolic Dysfunction: An Evidence-Based Analysis of How Patients BenefitSmart, Neil 13-Sep-2011
92014Effect of lifestyle intervention on the reproductive endocrine profile in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysisHaqq, Liza; McFarlane, James R; Dieberg, Gudrun ; Smart, Neil 2-May-2014
102013Six weeks of a polarized training-intensity distribution leads to greater physiological and performance adaptations than a threshold model in trained cyclistsNeal, Craig M; Hunter, Angus M; Brennan, Lorraine; O'Sullivan, Aifric; Hamilton, D Lee; de Vito, Giuseppe ; Galloway, Stuart D R15-Jan-2015