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
11952004
Mental fatigue impairs physical performance in humans
SM Marcora, W Staiano, V Manning
Journal of applied physiology 106 (3), 857-864, 2009
10092009
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
8082006
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
7992007
Physiological assessment of aerobic training in soccer
FM Impellizzeri, E Rampinini, SM Marcora
Journal of sports sciences 23 (6), 583-592, 2005
7032005
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
6612007
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
4462009
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
3972009
The limit to exercise tolerance in humans: mind over muscle?
SM Marcora, W Staiano
European journal of applied physiology 109 (4), 763-770, 2010
3532010
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
2702008
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
2642007
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
2382017
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
2292008
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
2202009
Perception of effort reflects central motor command during movement execution
HM De Morree, C Klein, SM Marcora
Psychophysiology 49 (9), 1242-1253, 2012
2152012
Psychological determinants of whole-body endurance performance
A McCormick, C Meijen, S Marcora
Sports medicine 45 (7), 997-1015, 2015
1852015
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
1812014
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
1802006
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
1782006
The physiology of mountain biking
FM Impellizzeri, SM Marcora
Sports medicine 37 (1), 59-71, 2007
1772007
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