1. Schoenfeld BJ, Grgic J, Krieger J. How many times per week should a muscle be trained to maximize muscle hypertrophy? A systematic review and meta-analysis of studies examining the effects of resistance training frequency. Journal of sports sciences.2019;37(11) 1286-95 .
2. Schoenfeld BJ, Contreras B, Krieger J, Grgic J, Delcastillo K, Belliard R, et al. Resistance training volume enhances muscle hypertrophy but not strength in trained men. Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 2019;51(1):94.
3. NUNES VRA, RAMIREZ-CAMPILLO R, STEELE J, FISHER JP, GENTIL P. Resistance Training Performed to Failure or Not to Failure Results in Similar Total Volume, but With Different Fatigue and Discomfort Levels. training. 2019;31(33):34.
4. Carroll KM, BernardsJR, Bazyler CD, Taber CB, Stuart CA, DeWeese BH, et al. Divergent Performance Outcomes Following Resistance Training Using Repetition Maximums or Relative Intensity. International journal of sports physiology and performance. 2019;14(1):46-54.
5. WetmoreA, Wagle JP, Sams ML, Taber C, DeWeese BH, Sato K, et al. Cluster Set Loading in the Back Squat: Kinetic and Kinematic Implications. 2019.
6. Saeidifard F, Medina-Inojosa JR, West CP, Olson TP, Somers VK, Bonikowske AR, et al. The association of resistance training with mortality: A systematic review and meta-analysis. European journal of preventive cardiology. 2019:2047487319850718.
7. Jukic I, Tufano JJ. Shorter but More Frequent Rest Periods: No Effect on Velocity and Power Compared to Traditional Setsnot Performed to Failure. Journal of human kinetics. 2019;66:257.
8. Fleck SJ, Kraemer W. Designing Resistance Training Programs-4th Edition: Human Kinetics; 2014.
9. Shave R, Baggish A, George K, Wood M, Scharhag J, Whyte G, et al. Exercise-induced cardiac troponin elevation: evidence, mechanisms, and implications. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2010;56(3):169-76.
10. Wang Y, Dai L, Wang N, Zhu Y, Chen M, Wang H. Rapid rule out of acute myocardial infarction in the observe zone using a combination of presentation N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide and high-sensitivity cardiac troponin I. Clinical biochemistry. 2019.
11. Cirer-Sastre R, Legaz-Arrese A, Corbi F, George K, Nie J, Carranza-García LE, et al. Cardiac Biomarker Release After Exercise in Healthy Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Pediatric exercise science. 2019;31(1):28-36.
12. Kim YS, Karisa N, Jeon WY, Lee H, Kim Y-c, Ahn J. High-level production of N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide, as a calibrant of heart failure diagnosis, in Escherichia coli. Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 2019:1-10.
13. Bauer P, Zeißler S, Walscheid R, Mooren FC, Hillebrecht A. Changes of Cardiac Biomarkers after High-intensity Exercise in Male and Female Elite Athletes of Dragon Boating. Journal of Sports Science. 2016;4:1-8.
14. Savukoski T, Mehtälä L, Lindahl B, Venge P, Pettersson K. Elevation of cardiac troponins measured after recreational resistance training. Clinical biochemistry. 2015;48(12):803-6.
15. Sedaghat-Hamedani F, Kayvanpour E, Frankenstein L, Mereles D, Amr A, Buss S, et al. Biomarker changes after strenuous exercise can mimic pulmonary embolism and cardiac injury—a metaanalysis of 45 studies. Clinical chemistry. 2015;61(10):1246-55.
16. Shave R, Oxborough D. Exercise-induced cardiac injury: evidence from novel imaging techniques and highly sensitive cardiac troponin assays. Progress in cardiovascular diseases. 2012;54(5):407-15.
17. Stewart GM, Yamada A, Haseler LJ, Kavanagh JJ, Koerbin G, Chan J, et al. Altered ventricular mechanics after 60 min of high-intensity endurance exercise: insights from exercise speckle-tracking echocardiography. American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 2015;308(8):H875-H83.
18. Stewart GM, Yamada A, Haseler LJ, Kavanagh JJ, Chan J, Koerbin G, et al. Influence of exercise intensity and duration on functional and biochemical perturbations in the human heart. The Journal of physiology. 2016.
19. Oláh A, Németh BT, Mátyás C, Horváth EM, Hidi L, Birtalan E, et al. Cardiac effects of acute exhaustive exercise in a rat model. International journal of cardiology. 2015;182:258-66.
20. Haff GG. Quantifying workloads in resistance training: a brief review. Strength and Cond. 2010;10:31-40.
21. Foster C, Florhaug JA, Franklin J, Gottschall L, Hrovatin LA, Parker S, et al. A new approach to monitoring exercise training. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 2001;15(1):109-15.
22. Fusco A, Knutson C, King C, Mikat RP, Porcari JP, Cortis C, et al. Session RPE During Prolonged Exercise Training. International journal of sports physiology and performance. 2019:1-12.
23. Hof D, von Eckardstein A. High-Sensitivity Troponin Assays in Clinical Diagnostics of Acute Coronary Syndrome. Calcium-Binding Proteins of the EF-Hand Superfamily: Springer; 2019. p. 645-62.
24. Durnin J, Womersley J. Body fat assessed from total body density and its estimation from skinfold thickness: measurements on 481 men and women aged from 16 to 72 years. BritishJournal of Nutrition. 1974;32(01):77-97.
25. Ho IM, Luk JT, Ngo JK, Wong DP. Effects of Different Intraset Rest Durations on Lifting Performance and Self-perceived Exertion During Bench Press Exercise. Journal of strength and conditioning research. 2019.
26. Baumgartner T, Mahar M, Jackson A, Rowe D. Measurement for Evaluation in Physical Education and Exercise Science: McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated; 2006.
27. Fathil M, Arshad MM, Gopinath SC, Hashim U, Adzhri R, Ayub R, et al. Diagnostics on acute myocardial infarction: Cardiac troponin biomarkers. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 2015;70:209-20.
28. De Souza JC, Tibana RA, Cavaglieri CR, Vieira DCL, De Sousa NMF, Dos Santos MFA, et al. Resistance exercise leading to failure versus not to failure: effects on cardiovascular control. BMC cardiovascular disorders. 2013;13(1):105.
29. Zoladz JA. Muscle and Exercise Physiology: Elsevier Science; 2018.
30. Day ML, McGuigan M, Brice G, Foster C. Monitoring work intensities during resistance training using asession RPE scale: Kinesiology Publications, University of Oregon; 2003.
31. Mayo X, Iglesias-Soler E, Kingsley JD. Perceived exertion is affected by the submaximal set configuration used in resistance Exercise. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 2019;33(2):426-32.
32. Bompa T, Buzzichelli C. Periodization Training for Sports, 3E: Human Kinetics; 2015.
33. Silva VL, Azevedo AP, Cordeiro JP, Duncan MJ, Cholewa JM, Siqueira-Filho MA, et al. Effects of exercise intensity on perceived exertionduring multiple sets of bench press to volitional failure. Journal of Trainology. 2014;3(2):41-6.
34. Carranza-García L, George K, Serrano-Ostáriz E, Casado-Arroyo R, Caballero-Navarro A, Legaz-Arrese A. Cardiac biomarker response to intermittent exercise bouts. International journal of sports medicine. 2011;32(05):327-31.
35. Stephenson C, McCarthy J, Vikelis E, Shave R, Whyte G, Gaze D, et al. The effect of weightlifting upon left ventricular function and markers of cardiomyocyte damage. Ergonomics. 2005;48(11-14):1585-93.
36. Ghassami M, Naraghi S. The effect of an exhaustive aerobic exercise on NT-proBNP levels in healthy males. Journal of Physical Activity and Hormones. 2018;2(2):55-64.
37. La Gerche A, Inder WJ, Roberts TJ, Brosnan MJ, Heidbuchel H, Prior DL. Relationship between inflammatory cytokines and indices of cardiac dysfunction following intense endurance exercise. PloS one. 2015;10(6):e0130031.
38. Voets PJ, Maas RP. Serum cardiac troponin I analysis to determine the excessiveness of exercise intensity: A novel equation. Journal of theoretical biology. 2016;392:48-52.