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Graduate Department of Exercise Sciences - Master theses

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The Graduate Department of Exercise Sciences in the Faculty of Physical Education and Health at the University of Toronto is committed to the development, advancement and dissemination of knowledge about physical activity and health.

For more than 35 years, the department has offered a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum for those interested in studies at the master's or doctoral levels.

Recent Submissions

The Relationship between Acute and Chronic Aerobic Exercise Response in Pre-hypertensive Individuals

Exercise with a Twist: Left Ventricular Torsion and Recoil in Young, Middle-aged, and Endurance-trained Men

Interval and Continuous Exercise Elicit Equivalent Post- exercise Hypotension Despite Differences in Baroreflex Sensitivity and Heart Rate Variability

Coaches' Perspectives on Athlete-centred Coaching

Post Exercise Hypotension and Blood Pressure Circadan Rhythm in Pre-hypertensive Older Adults


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