JP Wehrlin
JP Wehrlin
Swiss Federal Institute of Sports Magglingen
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Linear decrease in and performance with increasing altitude in endurance athletes
JP Wehrlin, J Hallén
European journal of applied physiology 96 (4), 404-412, 2006
Live high-train low for 24 days increases hemoglobin mass and red cell volume in elite endurance athletes
JP Wehrlin, P Zuest, J Hallén, B Marti
Journal of applied Physiology 100 (6), 1938-1945, 2006
Live high-train low and high” hypoxic training improves team-sport performance
F Brocherie, GP Millet, A Hauser, T Steiner, J Rysman, JP Wehrlin, ...
Med Sci Sports Exerc 47 (10), 2140-2149, 2015
Comparison of “Live High-Train Low” in normobaric versus hypobaric hypoxia
JJ Saugy, L Schmitt, R Cejuela, R Faiss, A Hauser, JP Wehrlin, B Rudaz, ...
PLoS One 9 (12), e114418, 2014
Similar hemoglobin mass response in hypobaric and normobaric hypoxia in athletes
A Hauser, L Schmitt, S Troesch, JJ Saugy, R Cejuela, R Faiss, ...
American College of Sports Medicine, 2015
Accuracy of cycling power meters against a mathematical model of treadmill cycling
T Maier, L Schmid, B Müller, T Steiner, JP Wehrlin
International Journal of Sports Medicine 38 (06), 456-461, 2017
Does Hemoglobin Mass Increase from Age 16 to 21 and 28 in Elite Endurance Athletes?
T Steiner, JP Wehrlin
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 43 (9), 1735-1743, 2011
Live high-train low associated with increased haemoglobin mass as preparation for the 2003 World Championships in two native European world class runners
JP Wehrlin, B Marti
British Journal of Sports Medicine 40 (2), e3-e3, 2006
Same performance changes after live high-train low in normobaric vs. hypobaric hypoxia
JJ Saugy, L Schmitt, A Hauser, G Constantin, R Cejuela, R Faiss, ...
Frontiers in physiology 7, 138, 2016
Hemoglobin mass and aerobic performance at moderate altitude in elite athletes
JP Wehrlin, B Marti, J Hallén
Hypoxia: Translation in Progress, 357-374, 2016
Effect of endurance training on hemoglobin mass and V O2max in male adolescent athletes
T Steiner, T Maier, JP Wehrlin
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 51 (5), 912, 2019
Predicting biathlon shooting performance using machine learning
T Maier, D Meister, S Trösch, JP Wehrlin
Journal of sports sciences 36 (20), 2333-2339, 2018
Individual hemoglobin mass response to normobaric and hypobaric “live high–train low”: a one-year crossover study
A Hauser, S Troesch, JJ Saugy, L Schmitt, R Cejuela-Anta, R Faiss, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 123 (2), 387-393, 2017
Tapering for marathon and cardiac autonomic function
B Hug, L Heyer, N Näf, M Buchheit, JP Wehrlin, GP Millet
International journal of sports medicine, 676-683, 2014
Commentaries on Viewpoint: Time for a new metric for hypoxic dose?
GP Millet, F Brocherie, O Girard, JP Wehrlin, S Troesch, A Hauser, ...
Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md.: 1985) 121 (1), 356-358, 2016
Differences in horizontal vs. uphill running performance in male and female Swiss world-class orienteers
S Lauenstein, JP Wehrlin, B Marti
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 27 (11), 2952-2958, 2013
Comparability of haemoglobin mass measured with different carbon monoxide-based rebreathing procedures and calculations
T Steiner, JP Wehrlin
Scandinavian journal of clinical and laboratory investigation 71 (1), 19-29, 2011
Do male athletes with already high initial haemoglobin mass benefit from ‘live high–train low’altitude training?
A Hauser, S Troesch, T Steiner, F Brocherie, O Girard, JJ Saugy, L Schmitt, ...
Experimental physiology 103 (1), 68-76, 2018
Association of hematological variables with team-sport specific fitness performance
F Brocherie, GP Millet, A Hauser, T Steiner, JP Wehrlin, J Rysman, ...
PLoS One 10 (12), e0144446, 2015
Effect of repeated whole blood donations on aerobic capacity and hemoglobin mass in moderately trained male subjects: a randomized controlled trial
J Meurrens, T Steiner, J Ponette, HA Janssen, M Ramaekers, JP Wehrlin, ...
Sports medicine-open 2, 1-12, 2016
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