Publications

                     

 Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Bagley JR, McLeland KA, Arevalo JA, Brown LE, Coburn JW, and AJ Galpin (2016). Skeletal muscle fatigability and myosin heavy chain fiber type in resistance trained men. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research (In Press) PubMed: 27984439
  2. Murach KA and JR Bagley (2016). Skeletal muscle hypertrophy with concurrent exercise training: contrary evidence for an interference effect. Sports Medicine (In Press) PubMed: 26932769
  3. Murach KA, Bagley JR, McLeland, KA, Arevalo, JA, Ciccone, AB, Malyszek, KK, and AJ Galpin (2016). Improving human skeletal muscle myosin heavy chain fiber typing efficiency. Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility, 37 (1-2), pp. 1-5 PubMed: 26842420
  4. McLeland KA, Cassio VR, Arevalo JA, Bagley JR, Ciccone AB, Brown LE, Coburn JW, Galpin AJ, and KK Malyszek (2015). Comparison of knee extension fatigue between repetition ranges. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 24 (1) pp. 33-38
  5. Marsico MF, Malyszek K, Bagley JR, and AJ Galpin (2015). A supplemental aquatic speed training program for NFL combine preparation. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 37 (6) pp. 58-64
  6. Bagley JR and AJ Galpin (2015). Three-dimensional printing of human skeletal muscle cells: an interdisciplinary approach for studying biological systems. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 43 (6) pp. 403-407 PubMed: 26345697
  7. Murach KA and JR Bagley (2015). Less is more: the physiological basis for tapering in endurance, strength, and power athletes. Sports, 3 (3) pp. 209-218
  8. Judelson DA, Bagley JR, Schumacher JM, and LD Wiersma (2015). Cardiovascular and perceptual responses to an ultra-endurance channel swim: a case study. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 26 (3) pp. 359-365 PubMed: 25819111
  9. Bagley JR, Rosengarten JJ, and AJ Galpin (2015). Is blood flow restriction training beneficial for athletes? Strength and Conditioning Journal, 37 (3) pp. 47-53
  10. Murach K, Raue U, Wilkerson B, Minchev K, Jemiolo B, Bagley J, Luden N, and S Trappe (2014). Single muscle fiber gene expression with run taper. PLoS One, 9 (9): e108547 PubMed: 25268477
  11. Bagley JR, Murach KA, and SW Trappe (2012). Microgravity-induced fiber type shift in human skeletal muscle. Gravitational and Space Research, Vol. 26 pp. 34-40 
  12. Bagley JR, Judelson DA, Spiering BA, Beam WC, Bartolini JA, Washburn BV, Carney KC, Muñoz CX, Yeargin SW, and DJ Casa (2011). Validity of field expedient devices to assess core temperature during exercise in the cold. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Vol. 82 (12) pp.1098-1103 PubMed: 22195389
  13. Galpin AJ and JR Bagley (2011). Guiding coaches through scientific articles by examining human growth hormone research. Strength and Conditioning Journal, Vol. 33 (5) pp.62-66

Editor Reviewed Articles

  1. Bagley JR (2014). Fibre type-specific hypertrophy mechanisms in human skeletal muscle: Potential role of myonuclear addition. Journal of Physiology, Vol. 592 (23) pp. 5147-5148 PubMed: 25448185
  2. Murach KA, Bagley JR & CJ Pfeiffer (2013). Point/Counterpoint: Is long duration exercise necessary for anaerobic athletes? Strength and Conditioning Journal, Vol. 35 (2) pp. 44-46

Editor Reviewed Book Chapter

  1. Galpin AJ & JR Bagley (2016). “Chapter 11: Torso Exercises”. Strength Training, 2nd Ed. NSCA-National Strength and Conditioning Association, Lee E. Brown (Editor). Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL

Other Publications

  1. Bagley J. “How to boost your performance with tapering”. Barbell Shrugged Daily. Published Online (9/2015)
  2. Bagley J. “The new science of muscle memory”. Barbell Shrugged Daily. Published Online (5/2015)
  3. Bagley J. “You need to squat deep!”. Barbell Shrugged Daily. Published Online (4/2015)
  4. Ciccone T, Davis K, Bagley J, & A Galpin. “Deep squats and knee health: A scientific review”. Barbell Shrugged Daily. Published Online (4/2015)
  5. Galpin A & J Bagley. “3 ways to prevent post-exercise soreness”. Breaking Muscle. Published Online (4/2015)