Published Research Citing EXERTECH Weighing Systems

Biaggi RR, Vollman MW, Nies MA, Brener CE, Flakoll PJ, Levenhaugen DK, Sun M, Karabulut Z and Chen KY.  Comparison of air displacement plethysmography with hydrostatic weighing and bioelectrical impedance analysis for the assessment of body composition in healthy adults.  Am. J. Clin. Nutr. (1999), 69: 898-903.

Bubak MP, Heesch MWS, Shute RJ, Dinan NE, Laursen TL, La Salle DT and Slivka DR.  Irisin and fibronectin type III domain-containing 5 responses to exercise in different environmental conditions.  Int J Exerc Sci. (2017), 10(5): 666-680.

Claros G, Hull HR, Fields DA.  Comparison of air displacement plethysmography to hydrostatic weighing for estimating total body density in children.  BMC Pediatrics. (2005), 5:37-45.

Cuddy JS, Buller M, Hailes WS and Ruby BC.  Skin temperatures and heart rates can be used to estimate physiological strain during exercise in the heat in a cohort of fit and unfit males.  Military Med. (2013), 178:841-847.

Dixon CB, Dietrick RW, Pierce JR, Cutrufello PT and Drapeau LL.  Evaluation of the bod pod and leg-to-leg bioelectrical impedance analysis for estimating percent body fat in NCAA division III collegiate wrestlers. J Strength Cond Res (2005), 19(1): 85-91.

Domitrovich JW.  Wildland Firefighter Health and Safety.  Scholarly Works at University of Montana (2011).  Ph.D. Dissertation.

Draheim CC, Bakke BL, Serfass RC, Snyder P and Walker AJ.  Underwater weighing familiarization program for adults with Prader-Willi syndrome.  Adapted Phys. Educ. Quart. (2002), 19:188-198.

Hailes WS, Cuddy JS, Cochrane K and Ruby BC.  Thermoregulation during extended exercise in the heat:  comparison of fluid volume and temperature.  Wilderness & Environ Med. (2016), 27:386-392.

Heesch MSW, Mieras ME and Slivka DR.  The performance effect of early versus late carbohydrate feedings during prolonged exercise.  Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. (2014), 39:58-63.

Hoeger WWK, Gonzalez D, Ransdell LB and Gao Y.  A comparison of air displacement plethysmography and hydrostatic weighing techniques for the assessment of percent body fat in adults by gender and BMI category.  Int. J. Body Comp. Res. (2011), 9(3): 89-94.

Laursen TL, Zak RB, Shute RJ, Heesch MWS, Dinan NE, Bubak MP, La Salle DT and Slivka DR.  Leptin, adiponectin, and ghrelin responses to endurance exercise in different ambient conditions.  Temperature (Austin).  (2017), 4(2): 166-175.

Lowery MR, Tomkinson GR, Peterson BJ and Fitzgerald JS.  The relationship between ventilatory threshold and repeated-sprint ability in competitive male ice hockey players.  J Exerc Sci Fit.  (2018), 16(1): 32-36.

Mahon AK, Flynn MG, Iglay HB, Stewart LK, Johnson CA, McFarlin BK and Campbell WW.  Measurement of body composition changes with weight loss in postmenopausal women:  comparison of methods.  J Nutr Health Aging (2007), 11(3): 203-213.

Nieman DC, Davis JM, Henson DA, Gross SJ, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Vinci DM, Carson JA, Brown A, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS and Triplett T.  Muscle cytokine mRNA changes after 2.5 h of cycling: Influence of carbohydrate.  Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. (2005), 37(8): 1283-1290.

Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Murphy EA, Pearce S, Gojanovich G, McAnulty SR and McAnulty LS.  Blood leukocyte mRNA expression for IL-10, IL-1Ra, and IL-8, but not IL-6 increases after exercise.  J. of Intereferon & Cytokine Res.(2006), 26(9): 668-674.

Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gross SJ, Jenkins DP, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Carmichael MD, Dumke CL, Utter AC, McAnulty SR and Mayer EP.  Quercetin reduces illness but not immune perturbations after intensive exercise.  Med. Sci. Sports Exerc.(2007), 39(9): 1561-1569.

Poole C, Bushey B, Foster C, Campbell B, Willoughby D, Kreider R, Taylor L and Wilborn C.  The effects of a commercially available botanical supplement on strength, body composition, power output, and hormonal profiles in resistance-trained males.  J International Society of Sports Nutrition (2010), 7(34): 1-9.

Shute R, Marshall K, Opichka M, Ruby B and Slivka D.  Effects of 7⁰C environmental temperature acclimation during a 3-week training period.  J Appl Physiol (1985).  (2020), 128(4): 768-777.

Slivka D, Tucker T, Cuddy J, Hailes W and Ruby B.  Local heat application enhamces glycogenesis.  Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab (2012), 37:247-251.

Talpert EE, Flynn MG, Bell JW, Carrillo AE, Dill MD, Christensen CN and Thompson CM. Comparison of body composition measurements using a ne caliper, two established calipers, hydrostatic weighing, and bodpod.  Int J Exerc Sci (2009), 2(1): 19-27.

Unick JL, Utter AC, Schumm S and McInnis T. Evaluation of leg to leg BIA in assessing body composition in high school aged males and females. Res Sports Med Int J (2006), 14(4): 301-13.

Utter AC, Gross FL, Swan PD, Harris GS, Robertson RJ and Trone GA.  Evaluation of air displacement for assessing body composition of collegiate wrestlers. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. (2003), 35(3): 500-505.

Utter AC, Nieman DC, Mulford GJ, Tobin R, Schumm S, McInnis T and Monk JR.  Evaluation of leg-to-leg BIA in assessing body composition of high-school wrestlers.  Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. (2005), 37(8): 1395-1400.

Utter AC, Kang, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR and McAnulty LS.  Carbohydrate attenuates perceived exertion during intermittent exercise and recovery.  Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. (2007), 39(5): 880-885.

Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR and McAnulty LS. Ratings of perceived exertion during intermittent and continuous exercise. Percept Motor Skill (2007), 104:1079-1087.

Utter AC and Hager ME. Evaluation of ultrasound in assessing body composition of high school wrestlers. Med Sci Sports Exerc (2008), 40(5): 943-949.

Utter AC and Lambeth PG. Evaluation of  multifrequency bioelectrical impedance analysis in assessing body composition of  wrestlers. Med Sci Sports Exerc (2010), 42(2):  361-367.

Wilborn C, Taylor L, Poole C, Foster C, Willoughby D and Kreider R.  Effects of a purported aromatase and 5 α-reductase inhibitor on hormone profiles in college-age men.  Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab (2010), 457-465.