Publications - Exercise Physiology

    Exercise Physiology Publications


    Journal Articles

    • Macias BR, Groppo ER, Eastlack RK, Watenpaugh DE, Lee SMC, Schneider SM, Boda WL, Smith SM, Cutuk A, Pedowitz RA. Space exercise and Earth benefits. Curr Pharm Biotechnol. 6(4):305-317, 2005.
    • Hargens AR, Watenpaugh DE, Lee SMC, Boda WL, Smith SM, Macias BR, Groppo ER, Schneider SM, O'Leary D, Meyer RS. Physiologic countermeasures for long-duration space flight: review of treadmill exercise within lower body negative pressure. J Adapt Med. 7(2):2-6, 2004.
    • Lee S, Cobb K, Loehr JA, Nguyen D, Schneider S. Foot-ground reaction force during resistive exercise in parabolic flight. Aviat Space Environ Med. 75(5):405-12, 2004.
    • Schneider S, Amonette WE, Blazine K, Bentley J, Lee SM, Loehr JA, Moore AD, Rapley M, Mulder ER, Smith SM. Training with the International Space Station interim resistive exercise device. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 35(11):1935-45, 2003.
    • Schneider S, Watenpaugh DE, Lee SMC, Ertl AC, Williams WJ, Ballard RE, Hargens AR. Lower-body negative-pressure exercise and bed-rest-mediated orthostatic intolerance. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 34(9):1446-53, 2002.
    • Hargens AR, Groppo ER, Lee SM, Watenpaugh DE, Schneider S, O'Leary D, Hughson RL, Shoemaker K, Smith SM, Steinbach GC, Tanaka K, Kawai Y, Bawa M, Kimura S, Macias BR, Boda WL, Meyer RS. The gravity of LBNP exercise: preliminary lessons learned from identical twins in bed for 30 days. J Gravit Physiol. 9(1):59-62, 2002.
    • Lee S, Williams J, Schneider S. Role of skin blood flow and sweating rate in exercise thermoregulation after bed rest. J Appl Physiol. 92(5):2026-34, 2002.

    Book Chapters

    • Lee SMC, Guilliams ME, Schneider SM. Exercise countermeasures during the Lunar-Mars Life Support Test Project Phases IIa and III. In: Isolation, NASA Exeriments in Closed-Environment Living: Advanded Human Life Support System. Univelt, Incorporated, San Diego 2002. Lane HW, Sauer RL, Feeback DL, eds, 315-342.

    NASA Publication Series

    • Hagan RD, Moore AD, Lundquist C, Pelischek T, Schneider S. Results of the ISS interim resistance exercise device man in the loop test. NASA Technical Publication, NASA/TP 212062. , 2004.
    • Lee SMC, Clarke MS. Elevated skin blood flow influences near infrared spectroscopy measurements during supine rest. NASA Tech Briefs. NASA Publication Series, NASA/TP-213149, 2004, 2004.
    • Lee SMC, Clarke MSF. Elevated skin blood flow influences near infrared spectroscopy measurements during supine rest. NASA Technical Paper. NASA Technical Paper 2004-213149, S-942, 2004.
    • Amonette WE, Bentley J, Blazine K, DeWitt J, Laughlin MS, Loehr JA, Chauvin J, Guilliams ME, Lee SMC, Moore AD. Evaluation of the International Space Station resistive exercise device using the modified Schwinn flexpack with human subjects. NASA Technical Memorandum. NASA Technical Memorandum 2004212071, 2004.
    • Amonette WE. Ground reaction force and mechanical differences between the Interim Resistive Exercise Devise (iRED) and Smith machine while performing a squat. NASA Technical Publication, NASA/TP 212063. , 2004.
    • Lee SMC, McDaniel A, Jacobs T, Schneider S. Performance of the liquid cooling garment with Advanced Crew Escape Suit in elevated cabin temperatures. NASA Technical Paper. NASA Technical Paper 2004-212074, 2004.
    • Rapley M, Lee SMC, Guilliams ME, Greenisen MC, Schneider SM. Heat production during countermeasure exercises planned for the International Space Station. NASA Technical Paper. NASA Technical Paper 2004-212061, 2004.
    • Amonette WE, Bentley J, Lee SMC, Loehr JA, Schneider S. Ground reaction force and mechanical differences between the Interim Resistive Exercise Device (iRED) and Smith Machine performing a squat. NASA Technical Paper. NASA Technical Paper 2004-212063, 2004.
    • Hagan RD. Heat production during countermeasure exercises planned for the International Space Station.
    • Loehr JA, Lee SMC, Schneider SM. Use of a slick plate as a contingency exercise surface for the Treadmill with Vibration Isolation System. NASA Technical Memorandum. NASA Technical Memorandum 2003-210789, 2003.

    Publications

    • Laughlin MS, Moore AD, Lee SMC, Hagan RD. Changes in aerobic capacity during long duration space flight onboard the International Space Station. 50th Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine. San Francisco, CA. June, 2003.
    • Moore AD, Lee SMC, Laughlin MS, Hagan RD. Aerobic deconditioning and recovery following long duration flight onboard the International Space Station (ISS). 50th Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine. June, 2003.
    • Amorim FT, Schneider SM, Lee SMC, Boda WL, Watenpaugh DE, Hargens AR. Twins bed rest project: LBNP/ exercise minimizes changes in lean leg mass, strength and endurance. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Lee SMC, Schneider SM, Macias BR, Watenpaugh DE, Lemensu A, Beroud A, Hargens AR. WISE-2005: effect of bed rest and countermeasures on knee extensor strength and endurance in women following 60-days of bed rest. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Norcross J, DeWitt J, Lee SMC, McCleary F, Edwards WB, Hagan RD. Ground reaction forces and gait parameters during motorized and non-motorized treadmill walking and running on the International Space Station treadmill. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Schneider SM, Lee SMC, Watenpaugh DE, Macias BR, Hargens AR. WISE-2005: LBNP/treadmill and resistive exercise countermeasures maintain aerobic capacity during a 60-d bed rest. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Smith C, Lee SMC, Laughlin MS, Loehr JA, Norcross J, DeWitt J, Hagan RD. Physiologic responses to motorized and non-motorized locomotion utilizing the International Space Station treadmill. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Yamada PM, Schneider SM, Lee SMC, Watenpaugh DE, Macias BR, Hargens AR. WISE-2005: LBNP/treadmill and resistive exercise countermeasures maintain upright exercise response during 60-days of bed rest. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Diaz FJ, Garcia MR, Melchor T, Montano JG, Sanchez MA, Najera M, Moreno F, Moreno A, Tovar A, Hagan RD. Prevalence and trends in metabolic syndrome and functional aerobic impairment in adolescents, 1994-95, 2004-05. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Soller BR, Soyemi O, Landry M, Shear M, WU J, Hagan RD. Validation of a new NIRS method for measuring muscle oxygenation during rhythmic handgrip exercise. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Edwards WB, DeWitt J, Schaffner G, Hreljac A, Hagan RD. Relationship between external load and ground reaction force parameters during running in weightlessness. American College of Sports Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. May 31-June 3, 2006.
    • Amorim FT, Schneider SM, Lee SMC, Watenpaugh DE, Macias BR, Tse KY, Hargens AR. Twins bed rest project: effects of LBNP/exercise countermeasure on body composition. Experimental Biology 2006. San Francisco, CA. April 1-5, 2006.
    • Schneider SM, Amorim FT, Lee SMC, Watenpaugh DE, Macias BR, Hargens AR. Twins bed rest project: gender differences in loss of leg strength and endurance during bed rest. Experimental Biology 2006. San Francisco, CA. April 1-5, 2006.
    • Tullet RB, Guinet P, Macias BR, Schneider SM, Vogler S, Lee SMC, Watenpaugh DE, Hargens AR. WISE-2005: heart rate after supine treadmill exercise affects orthostatic tolerance during resting lower body negative pressure. Experimental Biology 2006. San Francisco, CA. April 1-5, 2006.
    • Macias BR, Tullet RB, Lee SMC, Schneider SM, Watenpaugh DE, Hargens AR. WISE-2005: ground reaction force correlates linearly with body weight during supine lower body negative pressure treadmill exercise. Experimental Biology 2006. San Francisco, CA. April 1-5, 2006.
    • Vogler S, Boda WL, Schneider SM, Macias BR, Tullet RB, Lee SMC, Guinet P, Hargens AR. WISE-2005: the relation between standing balance and orthostatic tolerance in women. Experimental Biology 2006. San Francisco, CA. April 1-5, 2006.
    • Smith SM. Exercise within lower body negative pressure as an artificial gravity countermeasure. NASA Investigators’ Meeting. Galveston, TX. 2005.
    • Lee SMC, Schneider SM, Watenpaugh DE, Boda WL, Macias BR, Moore AD, Hargens AR. Supine lower body negative pressure treadmill exercise maintains upright exercise capacity in women and men after 30-d bed rest. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Nashville, TN. June 1-4, 2005.
    • Boda WL, Lee SMC, Watenpaugh DE, Macias BR, Schneider SM, Hargens AR. Effects of supine lower body negative pressure exercise on sprint and balance in women and men after 30 days of bedrest in 6 degree head down tilt. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Nashville, TN. June 1-4, 2005.
    • Hargens AR, Lee SMC, Schneider S, Boda WL, Smith SM, Macias BR, O'Leary D, Meyer RS, Watenpaugh DE. Artificial gravity using lower body negative pressure exercise: studies of identical twins during 30 days bed rest. 15th IAA Humans in Space Symposium. Graz, Austria. May 22-26, 2005.
    • Schneider SM, Lee SMC, Boda WL, Watenpaugh DE, Hargens AR. Treadmill exercise against LBNP during a 30-d bed rest maintains knee strength and endurance: results from male and female twin studies. 15th IAA Humans in Space Symposium. Graz, Austria. May 22-26, 2005.
    • Hargens AR, Lee SMC, Schneider SM, Boda WL, Smith SM, Macias BR, O'Leary D, Meyer RS, Watenpaugh DE. Artificial gravity using lower body negative pressure exercise: studies of identical twins during 30 days bed rest. 15th IAA Humans in Space Symposium. Graz, Austria. May 22-26, 2005.
    • Macias BR, Watenpaugh DE, Schneider S, Lee SMC, Hargens AR. Supine lower body negative pressure treadmill exercise maintains back muscle strength after 30-d bed rest. 15th IAA Humans in Space Symposium. Graz, Austria. May 22-26, 2005.
    • Macias BR, Watenpaugh DE, O'Leary D, Schneider SM, Lee SMC, Hargens AR. Supine lower body negative pressure exercise maintains orthostatic tolerance in men and women after 30-day bed rest. May, 2005.
    • Hargens AR, Lee SMC, Schneider SM, Boda WL, Smith SM, Macias BR, O'Leary D, Meyer RS, Groppo ER, Cao P, Tanaka K, Watenpaugh DE, Kuwai K, Bawa M, Kimura S, Macias BR, Boda WL, Meyer RS. Exercise within lower body negative pressure as an artificial gravity countermeasure. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • DeWitt J, Schaffner G, Laughlin MS, Loehr JA, Hagan D. External load affects ground reaction force parameters non-uniformly during running in weightlessness. 28th Annual Meeting of American Society of Biomechanics. Portland, OR. September 8-11, 2004.
    • Moore AD, Marshburn T. Exercise countermeasures for ISS: Current US experiences perspectives and findings. 75th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association. Anchorage, AK. May 2-6, 2004.
    • Moore AD, Laughlin MS, Lee S, Hagan RD. Change in aerobic capacity during and after ISS long duration space flight. 75th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association. Anchorage, AK. May 2-6, 2004.
    • Schaffner G, DeWitt J, Laughlin MS, Bentley J, Hagan D. Effect of bungee loading on ground reaction force during treadmill locomotion in weightlessness. 75th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association. Anchorage AK. May 2-6, 2004.
    • Marshburn AM, Moore AD. Implications of adaptation to microgravity: Purpose of the exercise countermeasures program. 75th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association. Anchorage, AK. May 2-6, 2004.
    • Guilliams ME, Chauvin J, Shepherd B, Lee SMC, Taddeo T. Exercise pre-, in- and post-flight for U.S. International Space Station crewmembers. 75th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association. Anchorage, AK. May 2-6, 2004.
    • DeWitt J, Schaffner G, Blazine K, Bentley J, Laughlin MS, Loehr JA, Hagan RD. Loading configurations and ground reaction forces during treadmill running in weightlessness. 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics. Toledo, OH. September 25-27, 2003.
    • Lee SMC, Loehr JA, Guilliams ME, Laughlin MS, Shackelford LC, Smith SM, Hagan RD. Isokinetic strength and endurance after International Space Station (ISS) missions. 50th Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine. June, 2003.
    • Moore AD, Lee SMC, Laughlin MS, Hagan RD. Aerobic deconditioning and recovery following long duration flights onboard the ISS. 50th Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine. San Francisco, CA. June, 2003.
    • Hagan D. Changes in aerobic capacity during long duration space flight onboard ISS. 50th Annual Meeting of American College of Sports Medicine. San Francisco, CA. June, 2003.
    • Hagan RD. Imagery systems for enhanced crewmember habitability, performance and productivity on the International Space Station. CHI (Computer Human Interaction) 2003; Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Fort Lauderdale, FL. April 5-10, 2003.
    • Groppo ER, Steinbach GC, Lee SM, Smith SM, Hargens AR, Meyer RS. Lower body negative pressure treadmill exercise prevents the spinal deconditioning of astronauts in simulated space flight. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 70th Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. February 5-9, 2003.