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2019
1 Øvretveit, Karsten.
Aerobic interval training improves maximal oxygen uptake and reduces body fat in grapplers. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2019 ;Volum 59.(12) s. 1985-1990
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2 Øvretveit, Karsten; Sæther, Stig Arve; Mehus, Ingar.
Mastery goals are associated with training effort in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Journal of Physical Education and Sport 2019 ;Volum 19. Suppl. 4 s. 1294-1299
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2018
3 Øvretveit, Karsten.
Acute physiological and perceptual responses to Brazilian jiu-jitsu sparring: the role of maximal oxygen uptake. International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport 2018 ;Volum 18.(3) s. 481-494
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4 Øvretveit, Karsten.
Anthropometric and Physiological Characteristics of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 2018 ;Volum 32.(4) s. 997-1004
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5 Øvretveit, Karsten.
Anthropometric, physiological, and psychological characteristics of Brazilian jiu-jitsu athletes: A cross-sectional study. Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2018 84 s.
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6 Øvretveit, Karsten; Sæther, Stig Arve; Mehus, Ingar.
Achievement goal profiles, and perceptions of motivational climate and physical ability in male Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioners. Archives of Budo 2018 ;Volum 14.
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7 Øvretveit, Karsten; Tøien, Tiril.
Maximal strength training improves strength performance in grapplers. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 2018 ;Volum 32.(12) s. 3326-3332
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2017
8 Øvretveit, Karsten.
Maximal oxygen uptake along the breast cancer continuum and the role of aerobic exercise in adjuvant therapy: A randomized controlled trial. Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet 2017 67 s.
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