Wickham, K., DG. McCarthy, JM Pereira, DT Cervone, LB Verdijk, LJC van Loon, GA Power, and LL Spriet. No effect of beetroot juice supplementation on exercise economy and performance in recreationally active females despite increased muscle torque production. Physiol Rep 7(2):e13982, 2019.
Spriet LL. Guest editor. Preface: Performance nutrition for athletes. Sports Med 49:S1-S2, 2019.
Liska, D, E Mah, T Brisbois, P Barrios, LB. Baker, and LL Spriet. Narrative review of hydration and selected health outcomes in the general population. Nutrients 11(1):E70, 2019.
Thompson, KMA, AK Whinton, S Ferth, LL Spriet, and JF Burr. Ischemic preconditioning: No influence on maximal sprint acceleration. Int J Sports Physiol Perf 13:986-990, 2018.
Maughan, R, LM Burke, J Dvorak, DE Larson-Meyer, P Peeling, SM Phillips, ES Rawson, NP Walsh, I Garthe, H Geyer, R Meeusen, LJC van Loon, SM Shirreffs, LL Spriet, MC Stuart, A Vernec, K Currell, V Mohammed-Ali, R Budgett, A Ljungqvist, M Mountjoy, YP Pitsiladis, T Soligard and L Engebretsen. IOC consensus statement: dietary supplements and the high-performance athlete. Br J Sports Med 52:439-455, 2018.
Gamble, ASD, ML Mountjoy, JL Bigg, and LL Spriet. Implementation of injury and illness surveillance protocols in varsity athletes. Clin J Sports Med May 2018, PMID: 29727359.
Haines, J, S Douglas, JA Mirotta, CO’Kane, R Breau, K Walton, O Krystia, E Chamoun, A Annis, GA Darlington, AC Buchholz, AM Duncan, LA Vallis, LL Spriet, DM Mutch, P Brauer, E Allen-Vercoe, EM Taveras, and DWL Ma on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Guelph family health study: pilot study of a home-based obesity prevention intervention. Can J Public Health 109:549-560,2018.
Thompson, KMA, AK Whinton, S Ferth, LL Spriet, and JF Burr. Moderate load resisted sprints do not improve subsequent sprint performance in varsity level sprinters. J Strength Cond Res Mar 22, 2018. PMID: 29570579.
Palmer, MS, GJF Heigenhauser, M Duong, and LL Spriet. Ingestion of a carbohydrate-electrolyte solution during simulated ice hockey exercise increases performance and glycogen use while minimizing perception of effort. Int J Sports Med 38:1061-1069, 2017.