1. Bar‑Or, O. (ed.) Pediatric Work Physiology. Proceedings of the IVth International Symposium. Natanya: Wingate Institute, 1973.
2. Bar‑Or, O., D. Eldar and U. Simri (eds.) Assif ‑ The Wingate Scientific Book. (Hebrew). Natanya: Wingate Institute, 1977.
3. Bar‑Or, O. Pediatric Sports Medicine for the Practitioner. From Physiologic Principles to Clinical Applications. New York: Springer Verlag, 1983
German Translation – 1986; French Translation – 1987
4. Bar-Or, O. (ed.) Advances in Pediatric Sports Sciences Volume III. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1989.
Japanese Translation – 1997
5. Blimkie, C.J.R., and O. Bar-Or (eds.). New Horizons in Pediatric Exercise Science. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1995.
6. Bar-Or, O. (ed.) The Child and Adolescent Athlete. Volume 6 in Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine. Oxford, England: Blackwell, 1996.
7. Inbar, O., O. Bar-Or, and J.S. Skinner. The Wingate anaerobic test: development and application. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1996.
8. Bar-Or, O., D.R. Lamb, and P.M. Clarkson (ed.) Exercise and the Female – A Life Span Approach. Volume 9 in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, 1996.
9. Malina, R.M., C. Bouchard, O. Bar-Or. Growth, maturation and activity. 2nd edition. Champaign, Illinois, Human Kinetics, 2004.
10. Bar-Or, O., T. Rowland. Pediatric Exercise Medicine. From Physiologic Principles to Health Care Application. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 2004.
11. Hebestreit H. & Bar-Or O. (eds): The Child and Adolescent Athlete. Blackwell Science Ltd. Oxford, UK, 2007.
Chapters in Books (Invited)
1. Buskirk, E.R., O. Bar‑Or and J. Kollias. Physiological effects of heat and cold. Chapter 10. In: Wilson, N.L. (ed.) Obesity. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, Co. 1969, pp. 119‑139.
2. Bar-Or, O. Physiological principles of physical conditioning. (Hebrew). In: Physical Conditioning. Natanya: Wingate Institute, 1971, pp. 13-37.
3. Bar‑Or, O. Physiological aspects in the responses of the human body to exertion. (Hebrew). Chapter 2 In: Ruskin, H. (ed.) Elements in Physical Education. Tel Aviv: Ministry of Defense Publication, 1973, pp. 57‑83.
4. Bar‑Or, O. and E.R. Buskirk. The cardiovascular system and exercise. Chapter10. In: Johnson and Buskirk (eds.) Science and Medicine of Exercise and Sports. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1974, pp. 121‑136.
5. Bar-Or, O. Physiology of physical effort. (Hebrew). In: Brand-Auraben, A. and Simri, U. (eds.) Physical Eeducation and Medicine. Jerusalem: Israel Medical Association. Jerusalem Academy of Medicine, 1976, pp. 17-24.
6. Bar-Or, O. Pediatric exercise physiology – why? (Hebrew). In: Assif – The Wingate Scienti Book. Natanya: Wingate Institute, 1977, pp. 25-32.
7. Bar‑Or, O. The child athlete and thermoregulation. In: Komi, P. (ed.) Exercise and Sports Biology. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1982, pp. 127‑134.
8. Bar‑Or, O. Thermoregulation, fluid and electrolytes in the young athlete. Chapter 9. In: Smith, N.J. (ed.) Sports Related Health Concerns in Pediatrics. American Academy of Pediatrics, 1983.
9. Bar‑Or, O. Children and physical performance in warm and cold environments. In: Boileau, R. (ed.) Advances in Pediatric Sports Sciences, Vol. I. Champaign, Ill: Human Kinetics, 1984, pp. 117‑129.
10. Bar‑Or, O. The exercising child in heat and cold stresses. Chapter 10 (77) In: Kelley, V.C. (ed.) Practice of Pediatrics. Philadelphia: Lippincott Co, 1986.
11. Bar‑Or, O. Physiologic differences in response to exercise between children and adults. In: Welsh, P. and R.J. Shephard (eds.) Current Therapy in Sports Medicine. Philadelphia: Decker Inc., 1986, pp. 125‑127.
12. Bar‑Or, O. Importance of differences between children and adults for exercise testing & exercise prescription. Chapter 4. In: Skinner, J.S. (ed.) Exercise Testing and Exercise Prescription for Special Cases. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1987, pp. 49‑65.
13. Bar‑Or, O. and S.L. Reed. Rating of perceived exertion in adolescents with neuromuscular disease. In: Borg, G. (ed.) Perception of Exertion in Physical Work. Stockholm: Wenner‑Gre, 1987, pp. 137-148.
14. Bar-Or, O. The prepubescent female. In: Shangold, M. (ed.) Women and Exercise. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, 1988, pp. 107-119.
15. Bar-Or, O. Adaptability of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Chapter 7.1. In: Dirix, A., H.G. Knuttgen, and K. Tittel (eds.) The Olympic Book of Sports Medicine. Oxford: Blackwell, 1988, pp. 269-274.
16. Bar‑Or, O. Children: lower anaerobic power, testing, puberty, and carryover to adulthood. In: J.S. Skinner (ed.) Future Directions in Exercise/Sport Research. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1989, pp. 231-243.
17. Bar-Or, O. Rating of perceived exertion in children and adolescents: clinical aspects. In: Lunggren, G. and S. Dornic (eds.) Psychophysics in Action. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 1989, pp. 105-113.
18. Bar-Or, O., and D.S. Ward. Rating of perceived exertion in children. In: Bar-Or, O. (ed.) Advances in Pediatric Sport Sciences. Vol. 3. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, l989, pp. l5l-168.
19. Bar-Or, O. Noncardiopulmonary pediatric exercise tests. In: T.W. Rowland (ed.) Pediatric Laboratory Exercise Testing: Clinical Guidelines. Champaign, Ill., Human Kinetics, 1993, pp. 165-185.
20. Bar-Or, O. Training considerations for children and adolescents with chronic disease. In: Scott M. Hasson (ed.) Clinical Exercise Physiology. St. Louis: Mosby, 1993, pp. 266-280.
21. Bar-Or, O. Physiological perspectives. Part III. In: Cahill, B.R. and A.J. Pearl (eds.) Intensive Participation in Children’s Sports. Champaign, Ill: Human Kinetics, 1993, pp. 127-132.
22. Bar-Or, O. Importance of differences between children and adults for exercise testing and exercise prescription. (Chapter 4) In: Skinner, J.S. (ed) Exercise Testing and Exercise Prescription for Special Cases: Theoretical Basis and Clinical Application. 2nd Edition, Philadelphia, Penn.: Lea and Febiger, 1993, pp. 57-74.
23. Bar-Or, O., and R.M. Malina. Activity, Fitness, and Health of Children and Adolescents. (Chapter 2). In: Cheung, L.W.Y., and J.B. Richmond (eds). Child Health, Nutrition and Physical Activity. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics. 1995, pp. 79-123.
24. Bar-Or, O. Anaerobic performance (Chapter 4). In: Docherty D. (ed.) Measurement Techniques in Pediatric Exercise Science. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1996, pp. 161-182.
25. Blimkie, C.J.R., and O. Bar-Or. Trainability of muscle strength, power and endurance during childhood. (Chapter 7) In: Bar-Or, O. (ed). The Child and Adolescent Athlete. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1996, pp. 113-129.
26. Bar-Or, O. Obesity. Chapter 23 in: Goldberg, B. (ed). Sports and Exercise for Children with Chronic Health Conditions. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1995, pp. 335-353.
27. Bar-Or, O. Safe exercise for the child with a chronic disease. Chapter 1 in: Froberg,K, O. Lammert, H. St. Hansen, and C.J.R. Blimkie. (ed). Exercise and Fitness Benefits and Risks. Odense University Press, 1997, pp. 13-25.
28. Bar-Or, O. Muscular dystrophy (Chapter 3l). In: Durstine, L. (ed.). ACSM’s Exercise Management for Persons with Chronic Diseases and Disabilities. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1997, pp. 180-184.
29. Araujo, C.G.S. and O. Bar-Or. Asthma and exercise. In: Becker, B.E. and A.J. Cole (eds) Comprehensive Aquatic Therapy. 1997, pp. 135-141.
30. Bar-Or, O. Neuromuscular disease and anaerobic performance during childhood. Chapter 13 in: Van Praagh, E. (ed) Pediatric Anaerobic Performance. Champaign, Illinois, 1998, pp. 291-303.
31. Bar-Or, O. The young athlete with chronic disease. Chapter 14 in: K.M. Chan, L.J. Micheli (ed) Sports and Children. Hong Kong: Williams & Wilkins, 1998, pp. 219-228.
32. Bar-Or, O. Health benefits of physical activity during childhood and adolescence. Topic 19 in: C.B. Corbin, and R.P. Pangrazi (ed) Toward a Better Understanding of Physical Fitness and Activity. Arizona, Holcomb Hathaway, Publishers, 1999, pp. 163-167.
33. Hebestreit, H., and O. Bar-Or. Chronic clinical conditions. Chapter 24 in: A. Sullivan, S. Anderson (eds). Care of the Young Athlete. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2000, pp. 219-226.
34. Riddell, M.C., and O. Bar-Or. Children and adolescents. Chapter 31 in: Ruderman, N., Devlin, J.T., Schneider, S.H., and Kriska, A. Handbook of Exercise in Diabetes. American Diabetes Association, 2002, pp. 547-566.
35. Hebestreit, H., O. Bar-Or, and J. Muller. Exercise in healthy and chronically diseased children. Chapter 3,4 in: Kjaer, M., Krogsgaard, M., Magnusson, P., Engebretsen, L., Roos, H., Takala, T. And Woo, S.L-Y (eds). Textbook of Sports Medicine. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford, England, 2003, pp. 355-372.
36. Riddell, M.C. and O. Bar-Or. Children and adolescents. Chapter 31 in: Ruderman, N., J.T. Devlin, and S.H. Schneider (eds) American Diabetes Association Handbook of Exercise and Diabetes. ADA Press, 2002, pp. 547-566.
Journal Articles – Peer Reviewed
1. Bar‑Or, O., H.M. Lundegren, L.L. Magnusson, and E.R. Buskirk. Distribution of heat‑activated sweat glands in obese and lean men and women. Human Biol. 40:234‑248, 1968.
2. Bar‑Or, O., H.H. Lundegren, and E.R. Buskirk. Heat tolerance of exercising obese and lean women. J. Appl. Physiol. 26:403‑409, 1969.
3. Shephard, R.J., C. Allen, O. Bar‑Or, C.T.M. Davies, S. Degre, R. H edman, K. Ishii, M. Kaneko, J.R. Lacour, P.E. diPrampero, and V. Seliger. The working capacity of Toronto school children. Part I. Canad. Med. Assoc. J. 100:560‑567, 1969.
4. Shephard, R.J., C. Allen, O. Bar‑Or, C.T.M. Davies, S. Degre, K. Ishii, R. Hedman, M. Kaneko, J.R. Lacour, P.E. diPrampero, and V. Seliger. The working capacity of Toronto school children. Part II. Canad. Med. Assoc. J. 100:705‑715, 1969.
5. Shephard, R.J. and O. Bar‑Or. Alveolar ventilation in near maximum exercise. Data on pre‑adolescent children and young adults. Med. Sci. Sports 2:83‑92, 1970.
6. Bar‑Or, O. and R.J. Shephard. Cardiac output determination in exercising children ‑ methodology and feasibility. Acta Paed. Scand. Suppl. 217:49‑52, 1971.
7. Bar‑Or, O., R.J. Shephard, and C.L. Allen. Cardiac output of 10 to 13 year old boys and girls during submaximal exercise. J. Appl. Physiol. 30:219‑223, 1971.
8. Skinner, J.S., O. Bar‑Or, V. Bergsteinova, C.W. Bell, D. Royer, and E.R. Buskirk. Comparison of continuous and intermittent tests for determining maximal oxygen intake in children. Acta Paediatr. Scand. Suppl. 217:24‑38, 1971.
9. Bar‑Or, O., J.S. Skinner, V. Bergsteinova, C. Shearburn, C.W. Bell, D. Royer, J. Hass, and E.R. Buskirk. Maximal aerobic capacity of 6‑15 year old girls and boys with subnormal intelligence quotients. Acta Paediatr. Scand. Suppl. 217:108‑113, 1971.
10. Bar‑Or, O., D. Harris, V. Bergsteinova, and E.R. Buskirk. Progressive water loss during heat‑stress in men and women. Int. J. Biometerol. 15:81‑82, 1971.
11. Ikai, M., K. Ishii, M. Miyamura, K. Kussano, O. Bar‑Or, J. Kollias, and E.R. Buskirk. Aerobic capacity of Ainu and other Japanese on Hokkaido. Med. Sci. Sports 3:6‑11, 1971
12. Bar‑Or, O., J.S. Skinner, E.R. Buskirk, and G. Borg. Physiological and perceptual indicators of physical stress in 41 to 60 year old men who vary in conditioning level and body fatness. Med. Sci. Sports 4:96‑100, 1972.
13. Leibowitz, H.W., C.N. Abernathy, E.R. Buskirk, O. Bar‑Or, and R.T. Hennessy. The effect of heat stress on reaction time to centrally and peripherally presented stimuli. Human Factors 14:155‑160, 1972.
14. Bar‑Or, O., L.D. Zwiren, and H. Ruskin. Anthropometric and developmental measurements of 11 to 12 year old boys, as predictors of performance 2 years later. Acta Paediatr. Belg. Suppl. 28:214‑220, 1974.
15. Zwiren, L.D. and O. Bar‑Or. Responses to exercise of paraplegics who differ in conditioning level. Med. Sci. Sports 7:94‑98, 1975.
16. Bar‑Or, O. and L.D. Zwiren. Maximal oxygen consumption test during arm exercise ‑ reliability and validity. J. Appl. Physiol. 38:424‑426, 1975.
17. Inbar, O. and O. Bar‑Or. The effects of intermittent prior exercise on 7‑9 year old boys. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 34:81‑89, 1975.
18. Bar‑Or, O. Predicting athletic performance. Physician Sportsmed. 3:81‑85, 1975.
19. Bar‑Or, O., O. Inbar, and R. Spira. Physiological effects of a sports rehabilitation program on cerebral palsied and post‑poliomyelitic adolescents. Med. Sci. Sports 8:157‑161, 1976.
20. Bar‑Or, O., D. Harris, V. Bergstein, and E.R. Buskirk. Progressive dehydration in people who vary in adiposity level. Israel J. Med. Sci. 12:800‑803, 1976.
21. Bar‑Or, O. Editorial ‑ The physical working capacity of the Israeli. Israel J. Med. Sci. 13:237‑239, 1977.
22. Bar‑Or, O., I. Neuman, and R. Dotan. Effect of dry and humid climates on exercise‑induced asthma in children and pre‑adolescents. J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 69:163‑167, 1977.
23. Becker, E., O. Bar‑Or, L. Mendelson, and T. Najenson. Pulmonary functions and responses to exercise of patients following cranio‑cerebral injury. Scand. J. Rehab. Med. 10:47‑50, 1978.
24. Ohri, A. and O. Bar‑Or. Review ‑ Physiological aspects of physical hypoactivity. (Hebrew). Harefuah 97:79‑83, 1979.
25. Bar‑Or, O., R. Dotan, O. Inbar, A. Rotshtein, and H. Zonder. Voluntary hypohydration in 10 to 12 year old boys. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Exerc. Physiol. 48:104‑108, 1980.
26. Bar‑Or, O. Invited Review ‑ Climate and the exercising child. Int. J. Sports Med. 1:53‑65, 1980.
27. Bar‑Or, O., R. Dotan, O. Inbar, A. Rotshtein, J. Karlsson, and P. Tesch. Anaerobic capacity and muscle fiber type distribution in man. Int. J. Sports Med. 1: 89-92, 1980.
28. Inbar, O., R. Dotan, R. Dlin, I. Neuman, and O. Bar‑Or. Exercise‑induced asthma during swimming ‑ effects of breathing dry or humid air. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 44:43‑50, 1980.
29. Bar‑Or, O. A new anaerobic capacity test- characteristics and applications. (Portuguese). Med. Esporte 5:73‑82, 1980.
30. Dotan, R. and O. Bar‑Or. Climatic heat stress and performance in the Wingate Anaerobic Test. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 44:237‑243, 1980.
31. Inbar, O., O. Bar‑Or, R. Dotan, and I. Neuman. Exercise‑induced asthma ‑ a review. (Hebrew). Harefuah 99:83‑85, 1980.
32. Sutton, J.R. and O. Bar‑Or. Editorial ‑ Thermal illness in fun running. Am. Heart J. 100:778‑781, 1980.
33. Inbar, O., O. Bar‑Or, R. Dotan, and B. Gutin. Conditioning vs. work‑in‑the‑heat as methods for acclimatizing 8‑10 year old boys to dry heat. J. Appl. Physiol.: Respirat. Environ. Exer. Physiol. 50:406‑411, 1981.
34. Bar‑Or, O. Le test anaerobie de Wingate. Caracteristiques et applications. Symbioses 13:157‑172, 1981.
35. Bar‑Or, O. Clinical implication of pediatric exercise physiology. Ann. Clin. Res. Suppl. 34:97‑106, 1982.
36. Jacobs, I., O. Bar‑Or, J. Karlsson, R. Dotan, P. Tesch, P. Kaiser, and O. Inbar. Changes in muscle metabolites in females with 30‑s exhaustive exercise. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 14:457‑460, 1982.
37. Rotstein, A., O. Bar‑Or, and R. Dlin. Hemoglobin, hematocrit, and calculated plasma volume changes induced by a short, supramaximal task. Int. J. Sports Med. 3:230‑233, 1982.
38. American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Sports Medicine. Position Statement Climatic heat stress and the exercising child. Pediatrics 69:808‑809, 1982.
39. Jacobs, I., P.A. Tesch, O. Bar‑Or, J. Karlsson, and R. Dotan. Lactate in human skeletal muscle after 10 and 30s of supramaximal exercise. J. Appl. Physiol.: Resp. Environ. Ex. Physiol. 55:365‑367, 1983.
40. MacDougall, J.D., P.D. Roche, O. Bar‑Or, and J.R. Moroz. Maximal aerobic capacity of Canadian school children: prediction based on age‑related oxygen cost of running. Int. J. Sports Med. 4:194‑198, 1983.
41. Dlin, R.A., N. Hanne, D.S. Silverberg, and O. Bar‑Or. Follow‑up of normotensive men with exaggerated blood pressure response to exercise. Am. Heart J. 106:316‑320, 1983.
42. Dotan, R. and O. Bar‑Or. Load optimization for the Wingate Anaerobic Test. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 51:409‑417, 1983.
43. Bar‑Or, O. Exercise in pediatric assessment and diagnosis. Scand. J. Sports Sci. 7:34‑38, 1985.
44. Bar‑Or, O. Response to physical conditioning in children with cardiopulmonary disease. Exerc. Sports Sci. Rev. l3:305-334, l985.
45. Bar‑Or, O. Pathophysiologic factors which limit the exercise capacity of the sick child. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 18:276‑282, 1986.
46. Inbar, O. and O. Bar‑Or. Anaerobic characteristics in male children and adolescents. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 18:264‑269, 1986.
47. Rotstein, A., R. Dotan, G. Tenenbaum, and O. Bar‑Or. The effect of training on anaerobic threshold, anaerobic performance, and maximal aerobic power of preadolescent boys. Int. J. Sports Med. 7:281‑286, 1986.
48. Ward, D.S. and O. Bar‑Or. Role of the physician and the physical education teacher in the treatment of obesity at school. Pediatrician 13:44‑51, 1986.
49. Bar-Or, O. The Wingate Anaerobic Test. An update on methodology, reliability and validity. Sports Medicine 4:381-394, 1987.
50. Bar-Or, O. A commentary to children and exercise: a public health perspective. Res. Quart. Exerc. Sport. 58:304-307, 1987.
51. Blimkie, C.J.R., P. Roche, J.T. Hay, and O. Bar‑Or. Anaerobic power of arms in teenage boys and girls: relationship to lean tissue. Europ. J. Appl. Physiol. 57:677-683, 1988.
52. Bar-Or, O. Trainability of the pre-pubescent child. Physician Sportsmed. 17(5):65-66, 75-82, 1989.
53. Blimkie, C.J.R., B. Ebbesen, D. MacDougall, O. Bar-Or, and D. Sale. Voluntary and electrically evoked strength characteristics of obese and nonobese preadolescent boys. Human Biol. 61:515-532, 1989.
54. Bar-Or, O. Temperature regulation during exercise in children and adolescents. Perspect. Exerc. Sport Med. 2:335-367, l989.
55. Bar-Or, O. Growth, exercise, fitness and later outcomes. In: Bouchard, C., R.J. Shephard, T. Stephens, J.R. Sutton, and B.D. McPherson (eds.) Exercise, Fitness and Health. A Consensus of Current Knowledge. Champaign, Ill., Human Kinetics, 1990, pp. 655-659.
56. Bar-Or, O. Disease-specific benefits of training in the child with a chronic disease: what is the evidence? Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 2:384-394, l990.
57. Blimkie, C.J.R., D.G. Sale, O. Bar-Or. Voluntary strength, evoked twitch contractile properties and motor unit activation of knee extensors in obese and non-obese adolescent males. Europ. J. Appl. Physiol. 6l:3l3-3l8, 1990.
58. Tirosh, E., P. Rosenbaum, and O. Bar‑Or. A new muscle power test in neuromuscular disease: feasibility and reliability. Am J. Dis. Child. l44:l083-l087, l990.
59. Ward, D.S., and O. Bar-Or. Use of the Borg Scale in exercise prescription for overweight youth. Canad. J. Sport Sci. 15:120-125, 1990.
60. Wilson, B.A., O. Bar-Or, and L.G. Seed. Effects of humid air breathing during arm or treadmill exercise on exercise-induced bronchoconstriction and refractoriness. Am. Rev. Respir. Dis. 142:349-352, 1990.
61. Falk, B., O. Bar-Or, J.D. MacDougall, L. McGillis, R. Calvert, and F. Meyer. Sweat lactate in exercising children and adolescents of varying physical maturity. J. Appl. Physiol. 71:1735-1740, 1991.
62. Falk, B., O. Bar-Or, and J.D. MacDougall. Aldosterone and prolactin response to exercise in the heat in circumpubertal boys. J. Appl. Physiol. 71:1741-1745, 1991.
63. Parker, D., O. Bar-Or. Physiological effects of enhanced physical activity on obese children and adolescents. A Selective Review. Physician Sportsmed. 19(6): ll3-125, 1991.
64. Baranowski, T., C. Bouchard, O. Bar-Or, T. Bricker, G. Heath, S.Y.S. Kimm, R. Malina, E. Obarzanek, R. Pate, W.B. Strong, B. Truman, and R. Washington. Assessment, preva- lence, and cardiovascular benefits of physical activity and fitness in youth. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 24:S237-S247,1992.
65. Bar-Or, O., C.J.R. Blimkie, J.A. Hay, J.D. MacDougall, D.S. Ward, and W.M. Wilson. Voluntary dehydration and heat intolerance in cystic fibrosis. The Lancet 339:696-699, 1992.
66. Bar-Or, O. and O. Inbar. Swimming and asthma: benefits and deleterious effects. Sports Med. 14:397-405, 1992.
67. Blaak, E.E., K.R. Westerterp, O. Bar-Or, L.J.M. Wouters, and W.H.M. Saris. Total energy expenditure and spontaneous activity in relation to training in obese boys. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 55:777-782, 1992.
68. Falk, B., O. Bar-Or, R. Calvert, and J.D. MacDougall. Sweat gland response to exercise in the heat among pre- mid- and late-pubertal boys. Med. Sci. Sports Exercise 24:313-319, 1992.
69. Falk, B., O. Bar-Or, and J.D. MacDougall. Thermoregulatory responses of pre- mid- and late-pubertal boys to exercise in dry heat. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 24:688-694, 1992.
70. Falk, B., O. Bar-Or, J.D. MacDougall, C.H. Goldsmith, L. McGillis. Longitudinal analysis of the sweating response of pre- mid- and late-pubertal boys during exercise in the heat. Am. J. Human Biol. 4:527-535, 1992.
71. Meyer, F., O. Bar-Or, J.D. MacDougall, and J.F. Heigenhauser. Sweat electrolyte loss during exercise in the heat: effects of gender and maturation. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 24:776-781, 1992.
72. Parker, D.F., L. Carriere, H. Hebestreit, and O. Bar-Or. Anaerobic endurance andpeak muscle power in children with spastic cerebral palsy. Am. J. Dis. Child. 146:1069-1073, 1992.
73. Smolander, J., O. Bar-Or, O. Korhonen, and J. Ilmarinen. Thermoregulation during rest and exercise in the cold in pre- and early pubescent boys and young men. J. Appl. Physiol. 72:1589-1594, 1992.
74. Bar-Or, O. Editorial: Effects of training on the child with a chronic disease. Beauty and the beast. Clin. J. Sports Med. 3: 2-5, 1993.
75. Falk, B. and O. Bar-Or. Longitudinal changes in peak aerobic and anaerobic mechanical power of circumpubertal boys. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 5: 318-331, 1993.
76. Hanning, R.M., C.J.R. Blimkie, O. Bar-Or, L.C. Lands, L.A. Moss, W.M. Wilson. Relationships between nutritional status, skeletal and respiratory muscle function in cystic fibrosis: Does early dietary supplementation make a difference? Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 57: 580-587, 1993.
77. Hebestreit, H., K. Mimura, and O. Bar-Or. Recovery of anaerobic muscle power following 30-s supramaximal exercise: comparison between boys and men. J Appl. Physiol. 74: 2875-2880, 1993.
78. Lands, L.C., C. Gordon, O. Bar-Or, C.J. Blimkie, R.M. Hanning, N.L. Jones, L.A. Moss, C.E. Webber, W.M. Wilson, and G.J.F. Heigenhauser. Comparison of three techniques for body composition analysis in cystic fibrosis. J. Appl. Physiol. 75: 162-166, 1993.
79. Parker, D.F., L. Carriere, H. Hebestreit, A. Salsberg, and O. Bar-Or. Muscle performance and gross motor function in children with spastic cerebral palsy. Devel. Med. & Child. Neurol. 35: 17-23, 1993.
80. Bar-Or, O. Editorial – Physical activity and physical training in childhood obesity. J. Sport Med. Phys. Fit. 33: 323-329, 1993.
81. Falk, B. and O Bar-Or. Exercise in warm and cold environment in children and adolescents (in hebrew). Harefuah 126: 160-165, 1994.
82. Falk, B, O. Bar-Or, J Smolander, G.Frost. Response to rest and exercise in the cold: effects of age and aerobic fitness. J. Appl. Physiol. 76: 72-78, 1994.
83. Meyer, F, O. Bar-Or, A Salsberg, and D Passe. Hypohydration during exercise in children: effect on thirst, drink preferences, and rehydration. Int. J. Sports Nutr. 4: 22-35, 1994.
84. Bar-Or, O. and V. Unnithan. Nutritional requirements of young soccer players. J. Sport Sci. 12: S39-S42, 1994.
85. Longmuir, P.E., and O. Bar-Or. Physical activity of children and adolescents with a disability: methodology and effects of age and gender. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 6: 168-177, 1994.
86. Meyer, F., and O. Bar-Or. Leading article – fluid and electrolyte loss during exercise: the pediatric angle. Sports Med. 18: 4-9, 1994.
87. Bar-Or, O., and T. Baranowski. Physical activity, adiposity and obesity among adolescents. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 6: 348-360, 1994.
88. Bar-Or, O., V. Unnithan, and C. Illescas. Physical considerations in age-group swimming. Med. Sports Sci. 39: 199-205, 1994.
89. Araujo, C., and O. Bar-Or. Asthma, exercise-induced asthma, and aquatic physical activities. J. Back Musculoskel. Rehabil. 4:309-314, 1994.
90. Wilson, B.A., O. Bar-Or, and P.M. O’Byrne. The effects of indomethacin on refractoriness following exercise both with and without a bronchoconstrictor response. Eur. Respir. J. 7: 2l74-2l76, l994.
91. Ward, D.S., O. Bar-Or, P. Longmuir, and K. Smith. Use of rating of perceived exertion (RPE) to prescribe exercise intensity for wheelchair-bound children and adults. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 7: 94-102, 1995.
92. McNiven, M.Y., O. Bar-Or, and M. Riddell. The reliability and repeatability of the blood glucose response to prolonged exercise in adolescent males with insulin-ependent diabetes mellitus. Diabetes Care 18: 326-332, 1995.
93. Frost, G., O. Bar-Or, J. Dowling and C. White. Habituation of children to treadmill walking and running: metabolic and kinematic criteria. Pediatr.Exerc. Sci. 7:162-175, 1995.
94. Meyer, F., O. Bar-Or, and B. Wilk. Children’s perceptual responses to ingesting drinks of different compositions during and following exercise in the heat. Int. J. Sports Nutr. 5:13-24, 1995.
95. Meyer, F., O. Bar-Or, D. MacDougall, and G.J.F. Heigenhauser. Drink composition and the electrolyte balance of children exercising in the heat. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 27: 882-887, 1995.
96. Bar-Or, O. The young athlete: some physiological considerations. J. Sports Sci. 13: S3l-S33, l995.
97. Small, E.,and O. Bar-Or. The young athlete with chronic disease. Clin. Sports Med. l4:709-726, l995.
98. Hoofwijk, M., V.B. Unnithan, O. Bar-Or. Maximal treadmill performance of children with cerebral palsy. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 7:305-313, 1995.
99. Hebestreit, H., O. Bar-Or, C. McKinty, M. Riddell, and P. Zehr. Climate-related corrections for improved estimation of energy expenditure from heart rate in children: equations and nomograms. J. Appl. Physiol. 79:47-54, 1995.
100. Rodriguez, J.R., A.M., Rivera-Brown, W.R. Frontera, M.A. Rivera, P. Mayol, and O. Bar-Or. Effect of drink pattern and solar radiation on thermoregulation and fluid balance during exercise in chronically acclimatized children. Am. J. Human Biol. 7:643-650, 1995.
101. Hebestreit, H., F. Meyer, Htay-Htay, G.J.F. Heigenhauser, and O. Bar-Or. Plasma metabolites, volume and electrolytes following 30-s, high-intensity exercise in boys and men. Europ. J. Appl. Physiol. 72:563-569, 1996.
102. Bar-Or, O. Thermoregulation in females: an age and gender perspective. Perspect. Exerc. Sci. Sports Med. 9:249-284, 1996.
103. Bar-Or, T., O. Bar-Or, H. Waters, A. Hirji and S. Russell. Validity and social acceptability of the polar vantage XL as a means of measuring heart rate during rest, exercise and recovery in 3- to 5- year-old children. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 8:115-12, 1996.
104. Wilk, B., and O. Bar-Or. Effect of drink flavor and NaCl on voluntary drinking and rehydration in boys exercising in the heat. J. Appl. Physiol. 80:1112-1117, 1996.
105. Bar-Or, O. Role of exercise in assessment and management of neuromuscular disease in children. Med. Sci Sports Exerc. 28:421-427, 1996.
106. Bar-Or, O., B. Wilk. Water and electrolyte replenishment in the exercising child. Int. J. Sports Nutr. 6:93-99, 1996.
107. Van Mil, E., N. Schoeber, R.E. Calvert, and O. Bar-Or. Optimization of braking force in the Wingate test for children and adolescents with a neuromuscular disease. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 28: 1087-1092, 1996.
108. Unnithan, V.B., J.J. Dowling, G. Frost, and O. Bar-Or. Role of cocontraction in the O2 cost of walking in children with cerebral palsy. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 28: 1498-1504, 1996.
109. Unnithan, V., J. Dowling, G. Frost, B. Volpe Ayub, and O. Bar-Or. Cocontraction and phasic activity during gait in children with cerebral palsy. Electromyog. clin. Neurophysiol. 36: 487-494, 1996.
110. Frost, G., J. Dowling, O. Bar-Or, and K. Dyson. Ability of mechanical power estimations to explain differences in metabolic cost of walking and running among children. Gait and Posture 5: 120-127, 1997.
111. Frost, G., J. Dowling, O. Bar-Or, and K. Dyson. Cocontraction in three age groups of children during treadmill locomotion. J. Electromyog. Kinesiol. 7: 179-186, 1997.
112. Falk, B., A. Dotan, D.G. Liebermann, R. Regev, T. Dolphin, and O. Bar-Or. Birth weight and physical ability in 5-8 year-old healthy children born prematurely. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 29: 1124-1130, 1997.
113. Bar-Or, O., and B. Wilk. Dehydration and rehydration in the exercising child. (Polish) Medicina Sportiva 1:91-96, 1997.
114. Wilk, B., S. Kriemler, H., Keller, H, and O. Bar-Or. Consistency in preventing voluntary dehydration in boys who drink a flavored carbohydrate-NaCl beverage during exercise in the heat. Int. J. Sports Nutr. 8: 1-9, 1998.
115. Suei, K., L. McGillis, R. Calvert, and O. Bar-Or. Relationships among muscle endurance, explosiveness and strength in circumpubertal boys. Ped. Exerc. Sci. 10: 48-56, 1998.
116. Bar-Or, O. J. Foreyt, C. Bouchard, K.D. Brownell, W.H. Dietz, E. Ravussin, A.D. Salbe, S. Schwenger, S. St. Jeor, and B. Torun. Physical activity, genetic and nutritional considerations in childhood weight management. Med. Sci. Sports & Exerc. 30: 2-10, 1998.
117. Hebestreit, H., and O. Bar-Or. Influence of climate on heart rate in children: comparison between intermittent and continuous exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol 78: 7-12, 1998.
118. Bar-Or, O. Effects of age and gender on sweating pattern during exercise. Int. J Sports Med. 19: S106-S107, 1998.
119. Asselin, M.C., S. Kriemler, D.R. Chettle, C.E. Webber, O. Bar-Or, F.E. McNeill. Hydration status assessed by multi-frequency bioimpedance analysis. J. Appl. Radiat. Isot. 49: 495-497, 1998.
120. Small, E., O. Bar-Or, E. Van Mil, and S. Saigal. Muscle function of 11- to 17- year-old children of extremely low birthweight. Ped. Exer. Sci. 10: 327-336. 1998.
121. Hebestreit, H., S. Kriemler, R.L. Hughson, and O. Bar-Or. Kinetics of oxygen uptake at the onset of exercise in boys and men. J. Appl. Physiol .85: 1833-1841, 1998.
122. Unnithan, V., C. Clifford, and O. Bar-Or. Evaluation by exercise testing of the child with cerebral palsy. Sports Med. 26:239-251, 1998.
123. Keller, H., B.V. Ayub, S. Saigal and O. Bar-Or. Neuromotor ability in 5- to 7-year-old children with very low or extremely low birthweight. Dev. Med. Child Neurol. 40: 661-666, 1998.
124. Bar-Or, O. The use of exercise in assessing children with cerebral palsy. Jpn. J. Rehabil. Med. 35: 625-626, 1998.
125. Keller, H., B.V. Ayub, S. Kriemler, P.E. Nowacki, S. Saigal, and O. Bar-Or Motor ability in 5- to 7-year old children born prematurely with a birthweight of 500-1500 g. Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Sportmedizin 49: 76-80, 1998.
126. Rivera-Brown, A.M., R. Gutierrez, J.C. Gutierrez, W.F. Frontera, and O. Bar-Or. Drink composition, voluntary drinking, and fluid balance in exercising, trained, heat-acclimatized boys. J. Appl. Physiol. 86: 78-84, 1999.
127. Riddell, M.C, O. Bar-Or, B.V. Ayub, R.E. Calvert, and G.JF. Heigenhauser. Glucose ingestion matched with total carbohydrate utilization attenuates hypoglycemia during exercise in adolescents with IDDM. Int. J. Sport Nutr. 9: 24-34, 1999.
128. Kriemler, S., B. Wilk, W. Schurer, W.M. Wilson, and O. Bar-Or. Preventing dehydration in children with cystic fibrosis, who exercise in the heat. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 31: 774-779. 1999.
129. Kriemler, S., H. Hebestreit, S. Mikami, T. Bar-Or, B.V. Ayub, and O. Bar-Or. Impact of a single exercise bout of energy expenditure and spontaneous physical activity of obese boys. Pediatr. Res. 46: 40-44. 1999.
130. Knopfli, B.H., and O. Bar-Or. Vagal activity and airway response to ipratropium bromide prior to and after exercise in ambient and cold conditions, in healthy cross-country runners. Clin. J. Sport Med. 9: 170-176, 1999.
131. Unnithan, V.B., Dowling, J.J., Frost, G., and Bar-Or, O. Role of mechanical power estimates in the O2 cost of walking in children with cerebral palsy. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 31: 1703-1708, 1999.
132. Kondo, I., M. Fukuda, M. Souma, A. Oda, M. Iwata, S. Saito, and O. Bar-Or. A method of measuring finger force with the Kin Com dynamometer. J. Hand Therapy 12: 263-268, 1999.
133. Longmuir, P.E. and O. Bar-Or. Factors influencing the physical activity levels of youths with physical and sensory disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 17: 40-53, 2000.
134. Keller, H., O. Bar-Or, S. Kriemler, B. Ayub, and S. Saigal. Anaerobic performance in 5- to 7-year-old children of low birthweight. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 32:278-283, 2000.
135. Riddell, M.C., O. Bar-Or, H.C. Gerstein, and G.J.F. Heigenhauser Perceived exertion with glucose ingestion in adolescent males with IDDM. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 32: 167-173, 2000.
136. Sutton, N.C., D.J. Childs, O. Bar-OR, and N. Armstrong A nonmotorized treadmill test to assess children’’ short-term power output. Ped. Exerc. Sci. 12: 91-100, 2000.
137. Riddell, M.C., O. Bar-Or, M. Hollidge-Horvat, H.P. Schwarcz, and G.J.F. Heigenhauser. Glucose ingestion and substrate utilization during exercise in boys with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. J. Appl. Physiol. 88: 1239-1246, 2000..
138. Maltais, D., I. Kondo, and O. Bar-Or. Arm cranking economy in spastic cerebral palsy: effects of different speed and force combinations yielding the same mechanical power. Pediatr. Exerc. Sci. 12: 258-269, 2000.
139. Bar-Or, O. (Editorial) Home-based exercise programs in cystic fibrosis: Are they worth it? J. Pediatr. 136: 279-280, 2000.
140. Bar-Or, O. New and old in pediatric exercise physiology. Int. J. Sports Med. 21: S1-S5, 2000.
141. Riddell, M.C., O. Bar-Or, H.P. Schwarcz, G.J.F. Heigenhauser. Substrate utilization in boys during exercise with [13C]-glucose ingestion. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 83: 441-448, 2000.
142. Bar-Or, O. Juvenile obesity, physical activity, and lifestyle changes. The Physician and Sportsmedicine 28: 51-58, 2000.
143. Bar-Or, O. Commentary: Robinson, T.N. Reducing television, videotape, and video game use led to smaller gains in BMI but did not improve physical activity or dietary intake in children. Evidence-based Cardiovascular Medicine 4:9, 2000.
144. Gillis, L., O. Bar-Or, and R. Calvert. Validating a practical approach to determine weight control in obese children and adolescents. Int. J. Obes. 24: 1648-1652, 2000.
145. Wilk, B., O. Bar-Or, S. Kriemler, and H. Keller. Heat acclimation, body fluid balance and voluntary drinking of carbohydrate-electrolyte beverage in children. Medicina Sportiva 4: E41-E49, 2000.
146. Riddell, M.C., O. Bar-Or, B. Wilk, M.L. Parolin, and G.J.F. Heigenhauser. Substrate utilization during exercise with glucose and glucose plus fructose ingestion in boys ages 10-14 yr. J. Appl. Physiol. 90: 903-911, 2001.
147. Maltais, D., O. Bar-Or, V. Galea, and M. Pierrynowski. Use of orthoses lowers the O2 cost of walking in children with spastic cerebral palsy. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33: 320-325, 2001.
148. Knopfli, B., R. Calvert, O. Bar-Or, B. Villiger, and S.P. Von Duvillard. Competition performance and basal nocturnal catecholamine excretion in cross-country skiers. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 33: 1228-1232, 2001.
149. Hebestreit, H., and O. Bar-Or. Exercise and the child born prematurely. Sports Med. 31: 591-599, 2001.
150. Bar-Or, O. Exertional perception in children and adolescents with a disease or a physical disability: assessment and interpretation. Int. J. Sport Psychol. 32: 127-136, 2001.
151. Bar-Or, O. Nutritional considerations for the child athlete. Can. J. Appl. Physiol. 26: S187-S192, 2001.
152. Hills, A.P., E.M. Hennig, M. McDonald, and O. Bar-Or. Plantar pressure differences between obese and non-obese adults: a biomechanical analysis. Int. J. Obes. 25: 1674-1679, 2001.
153. Bar-Or, O. The effects of sedentarism and physical activity on children’s health. West Indian Medical Journal 51: 46-48, 2002.
154. Gillis, L.J., L.C. Kennedy, A.M. Gillis, and O. Bar-Or. Relationship between juvenile obesity, dietary energy and fat intake and physical activity. Int. J. Obes. 26: 458-463, 2002.
155. Frost, G., O. Bar-Or, J. Dowling, and K. Dyson. Explaining differences in the metabolic cost and efficiency of treadmill locomotion in children. J. Sports Sci. 20: 451-461, 2002.
156. Pender, N., O. Bar-Or, B. Wilk and S. Mitchell. Self-efficacy and perceived exertion of girls during exercise. Nursing Research 51: 86-91, 2002.
157. Kriemler, S., H. Hebestreit, and O. Bar-Or. Temperature-related overestimation of energy expenditure, based on heart-rate monitoring in obese boys. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 87:245-250, 2002.
158. Tenenbaum, G., B. Falk, and O. Bar-Or. The measurement and accumulation of perceived exertion in a progressive cycling maximal power test in children and adolescents. Int. J. Sport Psychol. 33: 337-348, 2002.
159. Iwata, M., I. Kondo, Y. Sato, K. Satoh, M. Soma, and O. Bar-Or. Prediction of reflex sympathetic dystrophy in hemiplegia by evaluation of hand edema. Arch. Phys. Med. Rehabil. 83: 1428-31, 2002.
160. Timmons,B.W., O. Bar-Or, and M.C. Riddell. Oxidation rate of exogenous carbohydrate during exercise is higher in boys than in men. J. Appl. Physiol. 94: 278-284, 2003.
161. Ayub, B. and O. Bar-Or. Energy cost of walking in boys who differ in adiposity but are matched for body mass. Med. Sci. Sports & Exerc. 35: 669-674, 2003.
162. Mikami,S., K. Mimura, S. Fujimoto, and O. Bar-Or. Physical activity, energy expenditure and intake in 11 to 12 years old Japanese prepubertal obese boys. J. Physiol. Anthropol. 22: 53-60, 2003.
163. Maltais, D., O. Bar-Or, M. Pierrynowski, and V. Galea. Repeated treadmill walks affect physiologic responses in children with cerebral palsy. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 35: 1653-1661, 2003.
164. Timmons, B.W., and O. Bar-Or. RPE during prolonged cycling with and without carbohydrate ingestion in boys and men. Med. Sci. Sports & Exerc. 35: 1901-1907, 2003.
165. Gillis, L., and O. Bar-Or. Food away from home, sugar-sweetened drink consumption and juvenile obesity. J. Am. Coll. Nutr. 22: 539-545, 2003.
166. Klentrou, P., M. Cunliffe, J. Slack, B. Wilk, O. Bar-Or, M.j. De Souza, and M. Plyley. Temperature regulation during rest and exercise in the cold in premenarcheal and menarcheal girls. J. Appl. Physiol. 96: 1393-8, 2004.
167. Zeitoun, M., B. Wilk, A. Matsuzaka, B.H. Knopfli, B.A. Wilson, and O. Bar-Or. Facial cooling enhances exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in asthmatic children. Med. Sci. Sports & Exerc. 36: 767-771, 2004.
168. Timmons,B.W., Tarnopolsky, M.A., Bar-Or, O. Immune responses to strenuous exercise and carbohydrate intake in boys and men. Pediatr. Res. 56: 227-234, 2004.
169. Fehlings, D., J. Vajsar, B. Wilk, D. Stephens, and O. Bar-Or. Anaerobic muscle performance of children after long-term recovery from Guillain-Barre syndrome. Dev. Med. & Child Neurol. 46: 689-693, 2004.
170. Maltais, D.B., M.R. Pierrynowski, V.A. Galea, H. de Bruin, N. Al-Mutawaly, and O. Bar-Or. Minute-by-minute differences in co-activation during treadmill walking in cerebral palsy. Electromyogr. Clin. Neurophysiol. 44: 477-87, 2004.
171. Maltais, D., B. Wilk, V. Unnithan and O. Bar-Or. Responses of children with cerebral palsy to treadmill walking exercise in the heat. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 36: 1674-81, 2004.
172. Maltais, D., V. Unnithan, B. Wilk, and O. Bar-Or. Responses of children with cerebral palsy to arm-crank exercise in the heat. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 36: 191-197, 2004.
173. Matsuzaka, A., Y. Takahashi, M. Yamazoe, N. Kumakura, A. Ikeda, B. Wilk, and O. Bar-Or. Valdidity of the multistage 20-M shuttle-run test for Japanese children, adolescents, and adults. Ped. Exerc. Med. 16: 113-125, 2004.
174. Gillis, L., M. McDowell, and O. Bar-Or. Relationship between summer weight gain and lack of success in a pediatric weight control program. Eating Behaviors 6: 137-143, 2005.
175. Knopfli, B., O. Bar-Or, and C.G.S. Araujo. Effect of ipratropium bromide on EIB in children depends on vagal activity. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 37: 354-9, 2005.
176. Maltais, D.., M.. Pierrynowski, V.A. Galea, and O. Bar-Or. Physical activity level is associated with the O2 cost of walking in cerebral palsy. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 37: 347-53, 2005.
177. Maltais, D.B., M.R. Pierrynowski, V.A. Galea, A. Matsuzaka, and O. Bar-Or. Habitual physical activity levels are associated with biomechanical walking economy in children with cerebral palsy. Am. J. Phys. Med. Rehabil. 84: 36-45, 2005.
178. Kriemler, S., H. Keller, S. Saigal, and O. Bar-Or. Aerobic and lung performance in premature children with and without chronic lung disease of prematurity. Clin J Sports Med: 15: 349-55, 2005.
179. Bar-Or, O. Juvenile obesity: is school-based enhanced physical activity relevant? Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 159: 996-7, 2005.
180. Gillis LJ, Kennedy LC, Bar-Or O. Overweight children reduce their activity levels earlier in life than healthy weight children. Clin J Sport Med. 2006 Jan; 16(1):51-5.
181. Timmons BW, Tarnopolsky MA, Snider DP, Bar-Or O. Immunological changes in response to exercise: influence of age, puberty, and gender. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2006 Feb; 38(2):293-304.
182. Maltais DB, Bar-Or O. Assessing functional differences in gross motor skills in children with cerebral palsy who use an ambulatory aid or orthoses: can the GMFM-88 help? Dev Med Child Neurol. 2006 Feb; 48(2):158; author reply 158-9. No abstract available.
183. Timmons BW, Tarnopolsky MA, Snider DP, Bar-Or O. Puberty effects on NK cell responses to exercise and carbohydrate intake in boys. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2006 May; 38(5):864-74.
184. Timmons BW, Tarnopolsky MA, Bar-Or O. Sex-based effects on the distribution of NK cell subsets in response to exercise and carbohydrate intake in adolescents. J Appl Physiol. 2006 May; 100(5):1513-9. Epub 2006 Jan 12.
185. Singh-Grewal D, Wright V, Bar-Or O, Feldman BM. Pilot study of fitness training and exercise testing in polyarticular childhood arthritis. Arthritis Rheum. 2006 Jun 15; 55(3):364-72.
186. Timmons BW, Bar-Or O. Lymphocyte expression of CD95 at rest and in response to acute exercise in healthy children and adolescents. Brain Behav Immun. 2007 May;21(4):442-9. Epub 2006 Dec 27.
187. Meyer F, Laitano O, Bar-Or O, McDougall D, Heigenhauser GJ. Effect of age and gender on sweat lactate and ammonia concentrations during exercise in the heat. Braz J Med Biol Res. 2007 Jan; 40(1):135-43. Erratum in: Braz J Med Biol Res. 2007 Jun; 40(6):885. Heingenhauser, G J F [corrected to Heigenhauser, G J F].
188. Timmons BW, Bar-Or O, Riddell MC. Influence of age and pubertal status on substrate utilization during exercise with and without carbohydrate intake in healthy boys. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2007 Jun; 2(3):416-25.
189. Timmons BW, Bar-Or O. Evidence of sex-based differences in natural killer cell responses to exercise and carbohydrate intake in children. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2007 Sep;101(2):233-40. Epub 2007 Jun 6.
190. Timmons BW, Bar-Or O, Riddell MC. Energy substrate utilization during prolonged exercise with and without carbohydrate intake in preadolescent and adolescent girls. J Appl Physiol. 2007 Sep; 103(3):995-1000. Epub 2007 Jul 5.
191. Wilk B, Rivera-Brown AM, Bar-Or O. Voluntary drinking and hydration in non-acclimatized girls exercising in the heat. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2007 Dec; 101(6):727-34. Epub 2007 Sep 5.
192. Singh-Grewal D, Schneiderman-Walker J, Wright V, Bar-Or O, Beyene J, Selvadurai H, Cameron B, Laxer RM, Schneider R, Silverman ED, Spiegel L, Tse S,Leblanc C, Wong J, Stephens S, Feldman BM. The effects of vigorous exercise training on physical function in children with arthritis: a randomized, controlled, single-blinded trial. Arthritis Rheum. 2007 Oct 15; 57(7):1202-10.
193. Stephens S, Singh-Grewal D, Bar-Or O, Beyene J, Cameron B, Leblanc CM, Schneider R, Schneiderman-Walker J, Selvadurai H, Silverman E, Spiegel L, Tse SM, Wright V, Feldman BM. Reliability of exercise testing and functional activity questionnaires in children with juvenile arthritis. Arthritis Rheum. 2007 Dec 15; 57(8):1446-52.
194. Rivera-Brown AM, Ramírez-Marrero FA, Wilk B, Bar-Or O. Voluntary drinking and hydration in trained, heat-acclimatized girls exercising in a hot and humid climate. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2008 May; 103(1):109-16. Doi: 10.1007/s00421-008-0682-1. Epub 2008 Feb 5.
195. Timmons BW and O Bar-Or. Growth-related changes in the acute immune response to exercise in healthy boys. Medicina Sportiva, 12(3): 92-98, 2008.
196. Wilk B, Timmons BW, Bar-Or O. Voluntary fluid intake, hydration status, and aerobic performance of adolescent athletes in the heat. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2010 Dec; 35(6):834-41. Doi: 10.1139/H10-084.
197. Brien EK, O Bar-Or, M Iwata, BW Timmons, and B Wilk. Influence of pubertal development on post-exercise forearm blood flow of girls exercising in the heat. Med Sport, 15(1): 1-5, 2011.
198. Aragón-Vargas LF, Wilk B, Timmons BW, Bar-Or O. Body weight changes in child and adolescent athletes during a triathlon competition. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2013 Jan; 113(1):233-9. Doi: 10.1007/s00421-012-2431-8. Epub 2012 Jun 7.
199. Wilk B, BW Timmons, O Bar-Or. Voluntary fluid intake, hydration, and aerobic performance of adolescent athletes. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, In Press.
200. Wilk B, N Pender, KA Volterman, O Bar-Or and BW Timmons. Influence of pubertal stage on sweating patterns of girls exercising in the heat. Ped Exer Sci, 25: 212-220, 2013.
201. Wilk B, F Meyer, O Bar-Or, and BW Timmons. Mild to moderate hypohydration reduces boys’ cycling performance in the heat. Eur J Appl Physiol, 114(4): 707-13, 2014.