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Howard G. Knuttgen, Ph.D.

TitleResearch Associate in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
InstitutionSpaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
DepartmentPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation
AddressSpaulding Rehabilitation Hosp
Dept of PM&R
300 First Avenue
Charlestown MA 02129-3109
Phone617/952-6198
Fax617/952-6060
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  1. Knuttgen HG. Strength training and aerobic exercise: comparison and contrast. J Strength Cond Res. 2007 Aug; 21(3):973-8.
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  2. Kraemer WJ, French DN, Paxton NJ, Häkkinen K, Volek JS, Sebastianelli WJ, Putukian M, Newton RU, Rubin MR, Gómez AL, Vescovi JD, Ratamess NA, Fleck SJ, Lynch JM, Knuttgen HG. Changes in exercise performance and hormonal concentrations over a big ten soccer season in starters and nonstarters. J Strength Cond Res. 2004 Feb; 18(1):121-8.
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  3. Knuttgen HG. What is exercise? A primer for practitioners. Phys Sportsmed. 2003 Mar; 31(3):31-49.
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  4. Kraemer WJ, Hakkinen K, Triplett-Mcbride NT, Fry AC, Koziris LP, Ratamess NA, Bauer JE, Volek JS, McConnell T, Newton RU, Gordon SE, Cummings D, Hauth J, Pullo F, Lynch JM, Fleck SJ, Mazzetti SA, Knuttgen HG. Physiological changes with periodized resistance training in women tennis players. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2003 Jan; 35(1):157-68.
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  5. Knuttgen HG. Basic Exercise Physiology. Nutrition in Sport. 2000; 3-16.
  6. Koziris LP, Kraemer WJ, Gordon SE, Incledon T, Knuttgen HG. Effect of acute postexercise ethanol intoxication on the neuroendocrine response to resistance exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2000 Jan; 88(1):165-72.
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  7. Bush JA, Kraemer WJ, Mastro AM, Triplett-McBride NT, Volek JS, Putukian M, Sebastianelli WJ, Knuttgen HG. Exercise and recovery responses of adrenal medullary neurohormones to heavy resistance exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1999 Apr; 31(4):554-9.
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  8. Komi PV, Knuttgen HG. Sport Science and Modern Training. Sports Science Studies. 1996; 44-62.
  9. Bush JA, Kraemer WJ, Volek JS, Mastro A, Knuttgen HG. The effect of resistance exercise on adrenal hormone and lymphokine plasma concentrations. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1996; 28:S192.
  10. Volek JS, Kraemer WJ, Bush JA, Boetes M, Incledon T, Clark KL, Lynch JM, Knuttgen HG. Creatine Supplementation: Effect on Muscular Performance During High-intensity Resistance Exercise. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1996; 28:S81.
  11. Koziris LP, Kraemer WJ, Patton JF, Triplett NT, Fry AC, Gordon SE, Knuttgen HG. Relationship of aerobic power to anaerobic performance indices. J. strength and Cond. Res. 1996; 10(1):35-39.
  12. Knuttgen HG. Force, work adn power in athletic training. Sports Sci. Exch. 1995; 8(4):1-6.
  13. Fry AC, Kraemer WJ, van Borselen F, Lynch JM, Marsit JL, Roy EP, Triplett NT, Knuttgen HG. Performance decrements with high-intensity resistance exercise overtraining. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1994 Sep; 26(9):1165-73.
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  14. Gordon SE, Kraemer WJ, Vos NH, Lynch JM, Knuttgen HG. Effect of acid-base balance on the growth hormone response to acute high-intensity cycle exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1994 Feb; 76(2):821-9.
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  15. Physiology and Nutrition of Competative Sport. 1994.
  16. Hamar D, Knuttgen HG, Gazovic O, Scheckhofer P, Komadel L. Effective force and crank position relationship under various rates of pedaling on an isokinetic dynamometer. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1994; 26:S176.
  17. Clark KL, Kraemer WJ, Triplett NT, Koziris LP, Fry AC, Mangino LC, Aguilera BG, Lynch JM, McConnell TR, Knuttgen HG. Physiological effects of heavy resistance training in women tennis players. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1993; 25:S168.
  18. Kraemer WJ, Triplett NT, Bauer J, Koziris LP, Fry AC, Lynch JM, Knuttgen HG, Nelson RC. Heavy resistance training enhances maximal ball velocities in intercollegiate women tennis players. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1993; 25:S189.
  19. Kraemer WJ, Fry AC, Fleck SJ, Knuttgen HG, Triplett NT, Gordon SE, Koziris LP, Yankanich J, Pedro JG, Clemson A, Paxton NJ. Physiology of tournament wrestling. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1992; 24:S174.
  20. knuttgen HG, Kraemer WJ, Triplett NT, Koziris LP. Strength training for sports performance. proc. Vith Eur. Cong. Sports Med. 1991; 118.
  21. Kraemer WJ, Patton JF, Knuttgen HG, Hannan CJ, Kettler T, Gordon SE, Dziados JE, Fry AC, Frykman PN, Harman EA. Effects of high-intensity cycle exercise on sympathoadrenal-medullary response patterns. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1991 Jan; 70(1):8-14.
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  22. Patton JF, Kraemer WJ, Knuttgen HG, Harman EA. Factors in maximal power production and in exercise endurance relative to maximal power. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol. 1990; 60(3):222-7.
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  23. Kraemer WJ, Patton JF, Knuttgen HG, Marchitelli LJ, Cruthirds C, Damokosh A, Harman E, Frykman P, Dziados JE. Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal responses to short-duration high-intensity cycle exercise. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1989 Jan; 66(1):161-6.
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  24. Knuttgen HG. Eye injuries and eye protection in sports: a position statement from the International Federation of Sports Medicine. Int J Sports Med. 1988 Dec; 9(6):474-5.
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  25. Frontera WR, Meredith CN, O'Reilly KP, Knuttgen HG, Evans WJ. Strength conditioning in older men: skeletal muscle hypertrophy and improved function. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1988 Mar; 64(3):1038-44.
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  26. Harman E, Knuttgen HG, Frykman P, Rosenstein R. Dynamics of concentric versus eccentric leg cycling. Proc. of Amer. Soc. biomech. 1988; 171-172.
  27. Knuttgen HG, Carabello D. Ejercicio fisici y dolor muscular. Arch. Med. Dep. 1988; 18:177-184.
  28. The Olympic Book of Sports Medicine. 1988.
  29. Harman EA, Knuttgen HG, Frykman PN, Patton JF. Exercise endurance time as a function of percent maximal power production. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1987 Oct; 19(5):480-5.
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  30. Harman E, Knuttgen HG, Frykman P. Automated data collection and processing for a cycle ergometer. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1987 Feb; 62(2):831-6.
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  31. Knuttgen HG, Patton JF, Kraemer WJ, Damokosh AI, Harman EA, Frykman PN. Factors in exercise endurance relative to maximal power. 1987; 19 (Supp. 2):S73.
  32. Harman E, Frykman P, Kraemer WJ, Knuttgen HG. Maximal exertion mechanics at two movement speeds. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1987; 18:545.
  33. Frontera WR, Merredith CN, O'Reilly K, Knuttgen HG, Evans WJ. Strength training in older men. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1987; 18:545.
  34. Knuttgen HG adn Kraemer WJ. Terminology and measurement in exercise performance. J. Appl. Sport Sci. Res. 1987; 1:1-10.
  35. Knuttgen HG. Pregnancy. Exercise Testing and Exercise Perscription. 1987; 291-299.
  36. Evans WJ, Meredith CN, Cannon JG, Dinarello CA, Frontera WR, Hughes VA, Jones BH, Knuttgen HG. Metabolic changes following eccentric exercise in trained and untrained men. J Appl Physiol (1985). 1986 Nov; 61(5):1864-8.
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  37. Knuttgen HG. Human performance in high-intensity exercise with concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. Int J Sports Med. 1986 Jun; 7 Suppl 1:6-9.
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  38. Ribeiro JP, Yang JY, Adams RP, Kuca B, Knuttgen HG. Effect of different incremental exercise protocals on the determination of ventilatory and lactate thresholds. Bras. J. Med. Biol. Res. 1986; 19:109-117.
  39. Ribeiro JP, Yang J, Adams RP, Kuca B, Knuttgen HG. Effect of difference incremental exercise protocols on teh determination of lactate and ventilatory thresholds. Bras. J. Med. Biol. Res. 1986; 19:109-117.
  40. Knuttgen HG. Quantifying exercise performance with SI: newtons, joules adn watts. Physic. Sportsmed. 1986; 14:157-161.
  41. Ribeiro JP, Hughes V, Fielding RA, Holden W, Evans W, Knuttgen HG. Metabolic and ventilatory responses to steady state exercise relative to lactate thresholds. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol. 1986; 55(2):215-21.
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  42. Ribeiro JP, Fielding RA, Hughes V, Black A, Bochese MA, Knuttgen HG. Heart rate break point may coincide with the anaerobic and not the aerobic threshold. Int J Sports Med. 1985 Aug; 6(4):220-4.
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  43. Yang JY, Ribeiro JP, Knuttgen HG, et al. Estimation of the anaerobic threshold by heart rate breakpoint. Proc. Beijing Int. Conf. Sports Med., Chinese Assoc. 1985; 111.
  44. Knuttgen HG. Exercise with concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. Proc. Beijing Int. Conf. Sports Med., Chinese Assoc. Sports Med. 1985; 259.
  45. Yang JY, Ribeiro JP, Adams RP, Kuca B, Knuttgen HG. Assessment of anaerobic threshold using turning point of pulse rate. J. Beijing Inst. Phys. Educ. 1985; 28(2):49-58.
  46. Evans WJ, Cannon JG, Knuttgen HG, et al. Metabolic changes following eccentric exercise in trained and untrained men. Clinical Physiology. 1985; 5(Supp. 4):129.
  47. Knuttgen HG. Desempeno humano en ejercicio en el que intervienen contraciones musculares concentricas y excentricias. Archivos de la Sociedad Chilena de Medicina del Deporte. 1985; 30:109-115.
  48. Leith DE, Knuttgen HG, Cymerman A, Fencl V. Inspiratory muscle endurance, exercise tolerance, and loaded breathing. Federation Proceedings. 1984; 43:898.
  49. Knapik JJ, Meredith C, Jones B, Evans W, Knuttgen HG. Whole body glucose turnover during exercise following a short-term fast. Med. Sci. Sports Exer. 1984; 16:164-165.
  50. Biochemistry of Exercise. 1983.
  51. Ribeiro JP, Fielding RA, Hughes V, Holden W, Evans WJ, Knuttgen HG. Heart rate breakpoint coincides with the anaerobic and not the aerobic threshold. Proc. PanAm. Cong. Sports Med. 1983; 25.
  52. Evans WJ, Patton JF, Fisher EC, Knuttgen HG. Muscle metabolism during high intensity eccentric exercise. Biochemistry of Exercise. 1983; 225-228.
  53. Knuttgen HG, Patton JF, Vogel JA. An ergometer for concentric and eccentric muscular exercise. J Appl Physiol Respir Environ Exerc Physiol. 1982 Sep; 53(3):784-8.
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  54. Knuttgen HG, Nadel ER, Pandolf KB, Patton JF. Effects of training with eccentric muscle contractions on exercise performance, energy expenditure, and body temperature. Int J Sports Med. 1982 Feb; 3(1):13-7.
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  55. Knuttgen HG. Responses and adaptations to exercise with eccentric muscle contractions. World Sportsmed. 1982; 8:7-9.
  56. Evans EJ, Patton JF, Fisher EC, Knuttgen HG. Muscle metabolism during high intensity eccentric exercise. Int. J. Sports Med. 1982; 3:129.
  57. Karlsson J, Piehl K, Knuttgen HG. Performance and muscle metabolite changes in exercise with repeated maximal dynamic contractions. Int J Sports Med. 1981 May; 2(2):110-3.
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  58. Knuttgen HG. Control of ventilation. Physiological Chemistry of Exercise and Training. 1981; 85-97.
  59. Knuttgen HG. Physiological response to level and type of exercise. Spaceflight Deconditioning and Physical Fitness. 1981; 88-96.
  60. Corcoran PJ, Goldman RF, Hoerner EF, Kling C, Knuttgen HG, Marquis B, McCann BC, Rossier AB. Sports medicine and the physiology of wheelchair marathon racing. Orthop Clin North Am. 1980 Oct; 11(4):697-716.
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  61. Knuttgen HG. Oxygen debt, muscle metabolites, ans anaerobic energy release during exercise. Medicine and Sport. 1980.
  62. Knuttgen HG. Physiology of fatigue in winter sports. Contemporary Orthopaedics. 1980; 2:246-253.
  63. Pandolf KB, Patton JF, Nadel ER, Knuttgen HG. Differentiated ratings of perceived exertion during exercise training with eccentric muscle contractions. Med. Sci. in Sports. 1980; 12:113.
  64. Knuttgen HG. La especifidad del ejercicio de entrenamiento en los deportes. Arch Soc. Chil. Med. Dep. 1979; 24:2-10.
  65. Knuttgen HG. Physical conditioning and limits to performance. Sports Medicine Physiology. 1979; 94-110.
  66. Knuttgen HG. Force, work, power, and exercise. Med Sci Sports. 1978; 10(3):227-8.
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  67. Knuttgen HG. Physiological factors in fatigue. Physical Work and Effort. 1977; 13-24.
  68. Knuttgen HG, Piehl K, Thorstensson A, Karlsson J. Physiological response to repeated maximal voluntary muscle contractions in humans. Med. Sci. in Sports. 1976; 8:72.
  69. Knuttgen HG. Development of muscular strength and endurance. Neuromuscular Mechanisms for Thera peutic and Conditioning Exercise. 1976; 97-118.
  70. Karlsson J, Bonde-Petersen F, Henriksson J, Knuttgen HG. Effects of previous exercise with arms or legs on metabolism and performance in exhaustive exercise. J Appl Physiol. 1975 May; 38(5):763-7.
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  71. Knuttgen HG, Emerson K. Physiological response to pregnancy at rest and during exercise. J Appl Physiol. 1974 May; 36(5):549-53.
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  72. Knuttgen HG. The development of work capacity adn physical fitness. International Standards for Physical Fitness. 1974; 42-434.
  73. Bonde-Petersen F, Henriksson J, Knuttgen HG. Effect of training with eccentric muscle contractions on skeletal muscle metabolites. Acta Physiol Scand. 1973 Aug; 88(4):564-70.
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  74. Knuttgen HG, Saltin B. Oxygen uptake, muscle high-energy phosphates, and lactate in exercise under acute hypoxic conditions in man. Acta Physiol Scand. 1973 Mar; 87(3):368-76.
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  75. Knuttgen HG, Nordesjö LO, Ollander B, Saltin B. Physical conditioning through interval training with young male adults. Med Sci Sports. 1973; 5(4):220-6.
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  76. Bonde-Petersen F, Knuttgen HG, Henriksson J. Muscle metabolism during exercise with concentric and eccentric contractions. J Appl Physiol. 1972 Dec; 33(6):792-5.
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  77. Klausen K, Knuttgen HG, Forster HV. Effect of pre-existing high blood lactate concentration on maximal exercise performance. Scand J Clin Lab Invest. 1972 Dec; 30(4):415-9.
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  78. Henriksson J, Knuttgen HG, Bonde-Petersen F. Perceived exertion during exercise with concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. Ergonomics. 1972 Sep; 15(5):537-44.
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  79. Knuttgen HG, Saltin B. Muscle metabolites and oxygen uptake in short-term submaximal exercise in man. J Appl Physiol. 1972 May; 32(5):690-4.
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  80. Knuttgen HG, Bonde-Petersen F, Henriksson J. Comparison of human muscle metabolism during concentric and eccentric exercise. Federation Proceedings. 1972; 31:325Abs..
  81. Knuttgen HG. Programs of exercise-- physiological considerations. Exercise and the Heart. 1972; 53-62.
  82. Knuttgen HG, Ollander B, Nordesjo LO, Saltin B. Interval training and physical fitness of young male adults. Med. Sci. in Sports. 1972; 4:59.
  83. Karlsson J, Knuttgen HG, Bonde-Petersen F. Influence of exhaustive muscle exercise on the metabolism and performance of additional muscle groups. Med. Sci. in Sports. 1972; 4:49.
  84. Klausen K, Knuttgen HG. Effect of training on oxygen consumption in negative muscular work. Acta Physiol Scand. 1971 Nov; 83(3):319-23.
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  85. Petersen FB, Knuttgen HG, Henriksson J. [Substrate metabolism during negative and positive work]. Nord Med. 1971 Aug 26; 86(34):1011-2.
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  86. Knuttgen HG, Klausen K. Oxygen debt in short-term exercise with concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. J Appl Physiol. 1971 May; 30(5):632-5.
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  87. Knuttgen HG, Saltin B. Muscle metabolism in short-term exercise at altitude. Proc. Internat. Union Physiol. Sciences. 1971; 312.
  88. Knuttgen HG, Saltin B. Muscle metabolism in short-term submaximal exercise. Med. Sci. in Sports. 1971; 3:67.
  89. Knuttgen HG, Bonde-Petersen F. Effect of dynamic muscle work by concentric and eccentric contractions on human skeletal muscle metabolites. Proc. Internat. Union Physiol. Sciences. 1971; 311.
  90. Knuttgen HG. Lactate and oxygen debt. Muscle Metabolism in Exercise. 1971.
  91. Forster HB, Klausen K, Johansen S, Knuttgen HG. Ventilatory acclimatization to chronic hypoxia. Federation Proceedings. 1971; 30:428Abs..
  92. Knuttgen HG, Petersen FB, Klausen K. Oxygen uptake and heart rate responses to exercise performed with concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. Med Sci Sports. 1971; 3(1):1-5.
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  93. Knuttgen HG, Petersen FB, Klausen K. Exercise with concentric and eccentric muscle contractions. Acta Paediatr Scand Suppl. 1971; 217:42-6.
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  94. Petersen FB, Knuttgen HG. Effect of training with eccentric muscle contractions on human skeletal muscle metabolites. Acta Physiol Scand. 1970 Dec; 80(4):16A-17A.
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  95. Knuttgen HG. Oxygen debt after submaximal physical exercise. J Appl Physiol. 1970 Nov; 29(5):651-7.
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  96. Knuttgen HG. Physiological basis for performance and physical conditioning testing. Proceedings of the workshop on Football Injuries. 1970; Mational Research Council, Was:117-124.
  97. Knuttgen HG. Physical working capacity and physical performance. Med. Sci. in Sports. 1969; 1:1-8.
  98. Knuttgen HG. Aerobic capacity of adolescents. J Appl Physiol. 1967 Apr; 22(4):655-8.
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  99. Knuttgen HG. Commentaries. Can Med Assoc J. 1967 Mar 25; 96(12):780.
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  100. Knuttgen HG, Levy CK. Aerobic capacity of adolescents. Fed. Proceed. 1967; 96:780.
  101. Knuttgen HG. Commentary on anaerobic metabolism in muscle. Canadian Med. Assoc J. 1967; 96:780.
  102. Knuttgen HG. Fitness of Danish school children during one academic school year. Res. Quart. 1963; 34:34-40.
  103. KNUTTGEN HG. Oxygen debt, lactate, pyruvate, and excess lactate after muscular work. J Appl Physiol. 1962 Jul; 17:639-44.
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  104. KNUTTGEN HG. Oxygen uptake and pulse rate while running with undetermined and determined stride lengths at different speeds. Acta Physiol Scand. 1961 Jul-Aug; 52:366-71.
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  105. Knuttgen HG. Fysisk kondition hos 16 arige skoledreng i lobet af et skolear. Tids. for Legems. 1961; 25:5-11.
  106. Knuttgen HG. Comparison of fitness of Danish and american school children. Res. Quart. 1961; 32:190-196.
  107. Knuttgen HG. Danske borns kondition undersogt med Amerikansk test. Tids. for Legems. 1960; 25:30-35.
  108. Knuttgen HG. Symposium on oxygen debt.
  109. Knuttgen HG. Physilogical basis for performance and physical condition testing.
  110. Klausen K, Knuttgen HG. Effect of high blood lactate concentration on maximal work performance. Proc. Internat. Union Physiol. Sciences. 307.
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