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Guillaume Millet

Guillaume Millet is a professor at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Kinesiology. He also heads the Neuromuscular Fatigue Lab within the Faculty’s Human Performance Laboratory. His research interests lie in the areas of exercise physiology, neuromuscular function and fatigue.

Peer-reviewed publications

153. Culos-Reed S.N, Leach HJ, Capozzi LC, Easaw J, Eves N, Millet GY. Brain Cancer and Exercise Testing: Associations with Exercise Preferences and Quality of Life. Support Care Cancer, submitted.

152. *Temesi J, *Ly SN, Millet GY. Reliability of single- and paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation for the assessment of knee extensor muscle function in males and females, J NeuroEng Rehab, submitted.

151. *Aboodard SJ, Šambaher N, Millet GY, Behm DG. Preinduced knee extensors fatigue modulates the corticospinal pathway in biceps brachii muscle, Neuroscience, submitted.

150. *Souron R, Farabet A, Millet GY, Lapole T. Eight-week local vibration training increases cortical voluntary activation, Med Sci Sports Exerc, submitted.

149. *Giandolini M, *Vernillo G, Edwards WB, Morin JB, Samozino P, Horvais N, Millet GY. Fatigue Associated with Uphill and Downhill Running, Eur J Appl Physiol, in revision.

148.*Tomazin K, Morin JB, Millet GY. Neuromuscular fatigue etiology after repeated sprints depends on exercise modality, Int J Sports Physiol Perform, submitted.

147. Pavailler S, Hintzy F, Millet GY, Horvais N, Samozino P. Plantar pressure and body accelerations: relationship with ski skating performance, Int J Sports Physiol Perform, submitted.

146. *Souron R, Farabet A, Millet GY, Lapole T. Reliability of tibialis anterior corticospinal properties during maximal voluntary isometric contraction, J Neurol Sci, in revision.

145. *Bankolé LC, Millet GY, *Temesi J, Bachasson D, Ravelojaona M, Wuyam B, Verges S, Kadi F, Ponsot E, Antoine JC, Féasson L. Safety and Efficacy of a 6-month Home-Based Exercise Therapy in Individuals with Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy: A Randomized, Controlled Trial, Medicine, in revision.

144. *Peyrard A, *Sawh P, *Fan S, Temesi J, Millet GY. Peripheral and central stimulus anticipation does not impair maximal force production, Neurosci Lett 628: 128–131, 2016 (IF: 2.1).

143. Matta GG, Bossi AH, Millet GY, Pertence¹ LC, Lima P, de Lima JP, Hopker JG. Pacing strategy during 24-hour ultramarathon-distance running, Int J Sports Physiol Perform, in revision.

142. Girard O, Bula S, Faiss R, Millet GY, Millet GP. Does altitude level of a prior time-trial modify subsequent exercise performance in hypoxia and associated neuromuscular responses? Physiol Rep, in press.

141. *Jubeau M, *Rupp T, Perrey S,  Wuyam B, Millet GY, Verges S. Neuromuscular fatigue during prolonged exercise in hypoxia, Med Sci Sports Exerc, submitted.

140. *Medysky M, *Temesi J, Culos-Reed S.N, Millet GY. Exercise, Sleep and Cancer-Related Fatigue: are they related? J Pain Symptom Manage, Submitted.

139. *Vernillo G, *Giandolini M, Edwards WB, Morin JB, Samozino P, Horvais N, Millet GY. Biomechanics and Physiology of Uphill and Downhill Running, Sports Med, in revision.

138. Bachasson D, Decorte N, Millet GY, Wuyam B, Verges S. Impact of training status and middle age on quadriceps function in healthy men, Exp Biol Med, in press (IF: 2.2).

137. *Giandolini M, Horvais N, Rossi J, Millet GY, Morin JB, Samozino P.  Effects of the foot strike pattern on muscle activity and neuromuscular fatigue in downhill trail running, Scand J Med Sci Sports, in press (IF: 2.9).

136. Farabet A, *Souron R, Millet GY, Lapole T. Changes in tibialis anterior corticospinal properties after acute prolonged muscle vibration, Eur J Appl Physiol 116(6):1197-205, 2016 (IF: 2.2).

135.  *Giandolini M, *Temesi J, Gimenez P, *Arnal PJ, Martin V, Rupp T, Morin JB, Samozino P. Millet GY. Consequences of a 110-km ultratrail on shock acceleration and lower leg kinematics: influence of the severity of neuromuscular fatigue, PloS One 11(3): e0151687, 2016 (IF: 3.2).

134. Bachasson D, *Temesi J, Gruet M, Yokoyama K, Rupp T, Millet GY, Verges S. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Intensity affects Exercise-Induced changes in Corticomotoneuronal Excitability and Inhibition and Voluntary Activation. Neuroscience 314:125-33, 2016 (IF: 3.4).

133. *Giandolini M, Horvais N, Rossi J, Millet GY, Samozino P, Morin JB. Foot strike pattern affects differently the axial and transverse components of shock acceleration in downhill running, J Biomech 49(9): 1765-71, 2016 (IF: 2.75).

132. *Kerherve H, Millet GY, Solomon C. The dynamics of speed selection and psycho-physiological load during a mountain ultramarathon. PloS One 10(12): e0145482, 2015 (IF: 3.2).

131. *Arnal PJ, Drogou C Sauvet F, Dispersyn G, Faraut B, Millet GY, Leger D, Gomez-Merino D, Chennaoui M. Effect of sleep extension effect on the subsequent testosterone, cortisol and prolactin responses to total sleep deprivation and recovery. J Neuroendocrinol, 28 (2): in press, 2016 (IF: 3.1).

130.  *Arnal PJ, Lapole T, Erblang M, Guillard M, Bourrihlon C, Leger D, Chennaoui M, Millet GY. Sleep extension before total sleep deprivation: effects on performance and neuromuscular function. Med Sci Sports Exerc, in press. This article was chosen for an editorial comment in the same journal (IF: 4.5).

129. *Froyd C, Beltrami FG, Millet GY, Noakes TD. Central regulation and neuromuscular fatigue in exercise trials of different durations, Med Sci Sports Exerc 48(6): 1024-1032 (IF: 4.5).

128. *Giandolini M, Horvais N, Rossi J, Millet GY, Morin JB, Samozino P. Acute and delayed peripheral and central neuromuscular alterations induced by a short and intense downhill trail run. Scand J Med Sci Sports, in press (IF: 2.9).

127. Degache F, Morin JB, Oehen L, Guex K, Giardini G, Schena F, Millet GY, Millet GP. Running mechanics during the World's most challenging mountain ultra-marathon. Int J Sports Physiol Perform, in press (IF: 2.7).

126. *Arnal PJ, Sauvet F, Leger D, Van Beers P, Bayon V, Bougard C, Rabat A, Millet GY, Chennaoui M. Benefits of sleep extension on performance and alertness before and during total sleep deprivation and recovery. Sleep 38(12): 1935-1943, 2015. This article was chosen for an editorial comment (IF: 5.1).

125. *Rupp T, Mallouf TL, Perrey S, Wuyam B, Millet GY, Verges S. CO2 Clamping, Peripheral and Central Fatigue during Hypoxic Knee Extensions in Men. Med Sci Sports Exerc 47(12): 2513-2524, 2015 (IF: 4.5).

124. Morel B, Clémençon M, Rota S, Millet GY, Rouffet DM, Bishop DJ, Brosseau O, Hauthier CA. Contraction velocity influence the magnitude and etiology of neuromuscular fatigue during repeated maximal contractions. Scand J Med Sci Sports 25(5):e432-441, 2015 (IF: 3.2).

123. Lapole T, *Temesi J, *Arnal PJ, Gimenez P, Petitjean M, Millet GY. Modulation of soleus corticospinal excitability during Achilles tendon vibration. Exp Brain Res 233(9):2655-2662, 2015 (IF: 2.2).

122. Neyroud D, *Temesi J, Millet GY, Verges S, Maffiuletti NA, Kayser B, Place N. Comparison of electrical nerve stimulation, electrical muscle stimulation and magnetic nerve stimulation to assess the neuromuscular function of the plantar flexor muscles. Eur J Appl Physiol 115(7):1429-1439, 2015. (IF: 2.3).

121. *Temesi J, *Arnal PJ, *Rupp T, Féasson L, Cartier R, Gergelé L, Verges S, Martin V, Millet GY. Are females more resistant to extreme neuromuscular fatigue? Med Sci Sports Exerc 47(7):1372-1382, 2015 (IF: 4.5).

120. Goodall S, Thomas K, *Temesi J, Millet GY. Comment on the Viewpoint article by Hunter et al. ‘The two-hour marathon: what’s the equivalent for women?’ J Appl Physiol 118: 1324-1325, 2015 (IF: 3.4).

119. Lapole T, *Temesi J, Gimenez P, *Arnal PJ, Millet GY, Petitjean M. Achilles tendon vibration-induced changes in plantar flexor corticospinal excitability. Exp Brain Res 233(2):441-448, 2015 (IF: 2.2).

118. Wüthrich TU, Marty J, *Kerherve H, Millet GY, Verges S, Spengler CM. Aspects of respiratory muscle fatigue in a mountain ultramarathon race. Med Sci Sports Exerc 47(3): 519-527, 2015 (IF: 4.5).

117. *Froyd C, Beltrami FG, Jensen J, Millet GY, Noakes TD. Potentiation and electrical stimulus frequency during self‐paced exercise and recovery. J Hum Kinet 42: 91-101, 2014 (IF: 0.7)

116. *Rupp T, *Jubeau M, Lamalle L, Warnking J, Millet GY, Wuyam B, Esteve F, Levy P, Krainik A, Verges S. Cerebral volumetric changes induced by prolonged hypoxic exposure and whole-body exercise. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 34(11): 1802-1809, 2014. (IF: 5.4)

115. Gruet M, *Temesi J, *Rupp T, Levy P, Vergès S, Millet GY. Dynamics of corticospinal changes during and after a high-intensity quadriceps exercise. Exp Physiol 99(8):1053-1064, 2014 (IF: 2.8).

114. Gruet M, *Temesi J, Brisswalter J, Millet GY, Vergès S. Stimulation magnétique transcranienne : Application à la physiologie de l’exercice. Sci Sports 29(4): 173-187, 2014. (IF: 0.4)

113. Gimenez P, *Arnal P.J., Samozino P, Millet GY, Morin JB. Simulation of incline treadmill running using additional horizontal force. J Biomech 47(10): 2517-2521, 2014 (IF: 2.7).

112. *Giandolini M, Poupard T, Gimenez P, Horvais N, Millet GY, Morin JB, Samozino P. A simple field method to identify foot strike pattern during running. J Biomech 47(7): 1588-1593, 2014 (IF: 2.7).

111. Hureau T, Olivier N, Millet GY, Meste O, Blain G. Exercise performance is regulated during repeated sprints to limit the development of peripheral fatigue beyond a critical threshold. Exp Physiol 99(7):951-963, 2014 (IF: 2.8).

110. *Temesi J, Rupp T, Martin V, *Arnal PJ, Féasson L, Verges S, Millet GY. Central Fatigue Assessed by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Ultratrail Running. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 46(6):1166-1175, 2014 (IF: 4.5). This article was chosen for an editorial comment.

109. *Jubeau M, *Rupp T, Perrey S, *Temesi J, Wuyam B, Levy P, Verges S, Millet GY. Changes in cortical voluntary activation during prolonged cycling exercise. PLoS One 9(2):e89157, 2014 (IF: 3.7).

108. Neyroud D, Vallotton A, Millet GY, Kayser B, Place N. The effect of muscle fatigue on stimulus intensity requirements for central and peripheral fatigue quantification. Eur J Appl Physiol 114(1): 205-215, 2014 (IF: 2.7).

107. *Temesi J, Gruet M, *Rupp T, Verges S, Millet GY. Optimal transcranial magnetic stimulation intensity in quadriceps femoris. J NeuroEng Rehab 11(1):40, 2014 (IF: 3.3).

106. Bachasson D, *Temesi J, *Bankole C, Lagrange E, Boutte C, Millet GY, Verges S, Levy P, Feasson L, Wuyam B. Assessement of quadriceps strength, endurance and fatigue in FSHD and CMT: Benefits and limits of femoral nerve magnetic stimulation. Clin Neurophysiol 125: 396–405, 2014 (IF: 3.1).

105. Robach P, Vincent L, Boisson RC, Lundby C, Duthil E, Moutereau S, Michel N, Gergelé L, Féasson L, Millet GY. Hemolysis induced by an extreme mountain ultra-marathon is not associated with a decrease in total red blood cell volume. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 24(1):18-27, 2014 (IF: 3.2).

104. *Temesi J, *Arnal PJ, Davranche K, Bonnefoy R, Verges S, Millet GY. Does central fatigue explain reduced cycling and cognitive performance after one night of complete sleep deprivation? Med Sci Sports Exerc 45(12): 2243-2253, 2013 (IF: 4.5). This article was chosen for an editorial comment.

103. *Rupp T, Leti T, *Jubeau M, Millet GY, Bricout V, Levy P, Wuyam B, Perrey S, Verges S. Tissue deoxygenation kinetics induced by prolonged hypoxic exposure in healthy humans at rest. J Biomed Opt 18(9):095002, 2013 (IF: 2.9).

102. Neyroud D, Rüttimann J, Mannion A, Millet GY, Maffiuletti NA, Kayser B, Place N. Comparison of neuromuscular adjustments associated with sustained isometric contractions of four different muscle groups. J Appl Physiol 114(10):1426-1434, 2013 (IF: 3.5).

101. Saugy J, Place N, Millet GY, Degache F, Schena F, Millet GP. Alterations of neuromuscular function after the World most challenging mountain ultramarathon. PLoS One: 8(6): e65596, 2013 (IF: 3.7).

100. *Rupp T, *Jubeau M, Millet GY, Wuyam B, Levy P, Verges S, Perrey S. Muscle, Prefrontal and Motor Cortex Oxygenation Profiles during Prolonged Fatiguing Exercise. Adv Exp Med Biol 789:149-155, 2013 (IF: 1.4).

99. *Froyd C, Millet GY, Noakes T.D. The development of peripheral fatigue and short-term recovery during self-paced high-intensity exercise. J Physiol (Lond) 591(Pt 5):1339-1346, 2013 (IF: 4.4).

98. Bachasson D, Millet GY, Decorte N, Wuyam B, Levy P, Verges S. Quadriceps function assessment using an incremental test and magnetic neurostimulation: A reliability study. J Electromyogr Kinesiol 23(3):649-658, 2013 (IF: 1.6).

97. Gimenez P, *Kerhervé H, Messonnier L, Féasson L, Millet GY. Kinetics of energetic cost of running during a 24 h treadmill exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 45(9):1807-1813, 2013 (IF: 4.5).

96. Gruet M, *Temesi J, *Rupp T, Millet GY, Verges S. Effect of different approaches to target force on transcranial magnetic stimulation responses, Muscle & Nerve 48(3):430-432, 2013 (IF: 2.3).

95. Gruet M, *Temesi J, *Rupp T, Levy P, Millet GY, Verges S. Stimulation of the motor cortex and corticospinal tract to assess human muscle fatigue. Neuroscience 231:384-399, 2013 (IF 3.1).

94. Giandolini M, *Arnal PJ, Millet GY, Peyrot N, Samozino P, Dubois B, Morin JB. Impact reduction during running: efficiency of simple acute interventions in recreational runners. Eur J Appl Physiol 113(3):599-609, 2013 (IF: 2.7).

93. Vitiello D, Rupp T, Millet GY, Robach P, Bussière JL, Nottin S. Left and right ventricular mechanics and myocardial damages after completing an extreme mountain ultra-long duration exercise. Int Journal Cardiol 165(2):391-392, 2013 (IF: 7.8).

92. Degache F, Fourchet F, Morin JB, Guex K, Millet GP, *Tomazin K, Millet GY. Changes in running mechanics and spring–mass behaviour induced by a 5-hour hilly running bout. J Sports Sci 31(3):299-304, 2013 (IF: 2.1).

91. Bachasson D, Guinot M, Wuyam B, Favre-Juvin A, Millet GY, Lévy P, Verges S. Exercise intolerance and neuromuscular fatigue in fibromyalgia syndrome. Arthritis Care Res 65(3):432-440, 2013 (IF: 4.9).

90. *Rupp T, *Jubeau M, Millet GY, Perrey S, Estève F, Wuyam B, Lévy P, Verges S. The effect of hypoxemia and exercise on acute mountain sickness symptoms. J Appl Physiol 114(2):180-185, 2013 (IF: 3.5).

89. Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Morin JB. Last Word on Viewpoint: Sacrificing economy to improve running performance - a reality in the ultramarathon? J Appl Physiol 113(3):513, 2012 (IF: 3.5).

88. *Rupp T, *Jubeau M, Wuyam B, Perrey S, Lévy P, Millet GY, Verges S. Time-dependent effect of acute hypoxia on corticospinal excitability in healthy humans, J Neurophysiol 108(5):1270-1277, 2012 (IF: 3.3).

87. Decorte N, Lafaix PA, Millet GY, Wuyam B and Verges S. Central and peripheral fatigue kinetics during exhaustive constant-load cycling. Scand J Med Sci Sports 22: 381-391, 2012 (IF: 3.2).

86. Millet GP, Millet GY. Ultramarathon is an outstanding model for the study of adaptive responses to extreme load and stress. BMC Med 10:77, 2012 (IF: 6.7).

85. Verges S, *Rupp T, *Jubeau M, Perrey S, Millet GY The neuromuscular function in normobaric versus hypobaric hypoxia. Point: counterpoint "Hypobaric hypoxia induces / does not induce different responses than normobaric hypoxia" J Appl Physiol 112(10):1789, 2012 (IF: 3.5).

84. Millet GY, Bachasson D, *Temesi J, Wuyam B, Féasson L, Verges S, Lévy P. Measuring fatigue in the context of neuromuscular diseases. Neuromuscul Disord, 22: S181-S186, 2012 (IF: 2.8).

83. Grenier JG, Millet GY, Peyrot N, Samozino P, Messonnier L, Morin JB. Effects of heavy load carriage for extreme duration on neuromuscular function and locomotion: a military-based study. PLoS One 7(8): e43586, 2012 (IF: 4.4).

82. Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Morin JB. Viewpoint: Sacrificing economy to improve running performance – a reality in the ultramarathon? J Appl Physiol, 113(3):507-509, 2012 (IF: 3.5).

81. Jamart C, Francaux M, Millet GY, Deldicque L, Frere D, Féasson L. Modulation of autophagy and ubiquitin-proteasome pathways during ultra-endurance running. J Appl Physiol, 112(9): 1529-1537, 2012 (IF: 3.5).

80. Millet GY, *Muthalib M, Jubeau M, Laursen P, Nosaka K. Severe hypoxia affects exercise performance independently of afferent feedback and peripheral fatigue. J Appl Physiol, 112(8): 1335-1344, 2012 (IF: 3.5).

79. Morin JB, *Tomazin K, Samozino P, Edouard P, Millet GY. High-intensity sprint fatigue does not alter constant-submaximal velocity running mechanics and spring-mass behavior, Eur J Appl Physiol 112(4):1419-1428, 2012 (IF: 2.7).

78. Fourchet F, Millet GP, *Tomazin K, Guex K, Nosaka K, Edouard P, Degache F, Millet GY. Effects of a 5-hour hilly running bout on ankle dorsal and plantar flexors force and fatigability parameters. Eur J Appl Physiol 112(7): 2645-2652, 2012 (IF: 2.7).

77. Verges S, *Rupp T, *Jubeau M, Wuyam B, Estève F, Perrey S, Millet GY. Cerebral perturbations during exercise in hypoxia. Am J Physiol Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol 302(8): R903-R916, 2012 (IF: 3.3).

76. Jubeau M, *Muthalib M, Millet GY, Maffiuletti NA, Nosaka K. Comparison in muscle damage between maximal voluntary and electrically evoked isometric contractions of the elbow flexors. Eur J Appl Physiol 112(2):429-438, 2012 (IF: 2.7). 

75. *Tomazin K, Morin JB, Strojnik V, Pedpecan A, Millet GY. Fatigue after short (100-m), medium (200-m) and long (400-m) treadmill sprints. Eur J Appl Physiol 112(3):1027-1036, 2012 (IF: 2.7).

74. Krabak BJ, Hoffman MD, Millet GY, Chimes GP. Barefoot running. PM & R 3 (12):1142-1149, 2011 (IF: 2.3).

73. *Tomazin K, Millet GY, Strojnik V. Peripheral alterations after two different concentric power protocols. Eur J Sport Sci 11 (5): 327-333, 2011 (IF 1.31).

72. Millet GY, Martin V, Martin A, Vergès S. Electrical stimulation for testing the neuromuscular function: from sport to pathology. Eur J Appl Physiol 111:2489–2500, 2011 (IF: 2.1).

71. Millet GY, *Tomazin K, Verges S, *Vincent C, Bonnefoy R, Boisson RC, Gergelé L, Bonnefoy R, Féasson L and Martin V. Neuromuscular consequences of an extreme mountain ultra-marathon. PLoS One 6(2): e17059, 2011 (IF: 4.1).

70. Morin JB, *Tomazin K, Edouard P and Millet GY. Changes in running mechanics and spring-mass behavior induced by a mountain ultra-marathon race. J Biomech 44(6):1104-1107, 2011 (IF: 2.5).

69. Peltier S, Vincent L, Millet GY, Sirvent P, Morin JB, Guerraz M, Geyssant A, Lescuyer JF, Féasson L and Messonnier L. Carbohydrates-BCAAs-caffeine ingestion attenuates central fatigue during 2-h run. J Int Soc Sports Nutr 8: 22, 2011 (IF: 2.7).

68. Millet GY. Can neuromuscular fatigue explain running strategies and performance in ultra-marathons? The flush model. Sports Med 41(6): 489-506, 2011 (IF: 5.1).

67. Morin JB, Samozino P and Millet GY. Changes in running kinematics, kinetics, and spring-mass behavior over a 24-h run. Med Sci Sports Exerc 43 (5): 829-836, 2011 (IF: 4.1).

66. *Muthalib M, Lee H, Millet GY, Ferrari M and Nosaka K. The repeated-bout effect: influence on biceps brachii oxygenation and myoelectrical activity. J Appl Physiol. 110(5):1390-1399, 2011 (IF: 3.8).

65. *Tomazin K, Verges S, Decorte N, *Oulerich A, Maffiuletti NA and Millet GY. Fat tissue alters quadriceps response to femoral nerve magnetic stimulation. Clin Neurophysiol 122:842–847, 2011 (IF: 3.4).

64. Nicolas M, *Banizette M and Millet GY. Stress and recovery states during a 24 h ultra-marathon race: a one month follow-up study. Psychol Sports Exerc 12: 368-374, 2011 (IF: 1.9).

63. Millet GY, *Banfi JC, *Kerhervé H, Morin JB, *Vincent L, *Estrade C, Geyssant A and Féasson L. Physiological and biological factors associated with a 24 h treadmill ultramarathon performance. Scand J Med Sci Sports 21(1):54-61, 2011 (IF: 2.8).

62. *Muthalib M, Jubeau M, Millet GY, Maffiuletti N, Ferrari M and Nosaka K. Biceps brachii muscle oxygenation in electrical muscle stimulation. Clin Physiol Funct Imaging, 30(5):360-368, 2010 (IF: 1.2).

61. Martin V, *Kerhervé H, Messonnier L, *Banfi JC, Geyssant A, Bonnefoy R, Féasson L and Millet GY. Central and peripheral contributions to neuromuscular fatigue induced by a 24-hour treadmill run. J Appl Physiol 108:1224-1233, 2010 (IF: 4.2).

60. *Muthalib M, Lee H, Millet GY, Ferrari M and Nosaka K Comparison between maximal lengthening and shortening contractions for biceps brachii muscle oxygenation and hemodynamics. J Appl Physiol, 109(3):710-720, 2010 (IF: 4.2).

59. *Muthalib M, Millet GY, Quaresima V and Nosaka K. Reliability of near-infrared spectroscopy for measuring biceps brachii oxygenation during sustained and repeated isometric contractions. J Biomed Opt, 15(1): 017008, 2010 (IF: 3.2).

58. Millet GY. Central fatigue is not the source but can explain performance decrement due to afferent feedback from fatigued locomotor muscles. Point: counterpoint. Afferent feedback from fatigued locomotor muscles is/is not an important determinant of endurance exercise performance.  J Appl Physiol 108(2):464, 2010 (IF: 4.2).

57. Sabri K, El Badaoui M, Guillet F, Belli A, Millet GY and Morin JB. Cyclostationary modeling of ground reaction force signals. Signal Process 90(4): 1146-1152, 2010 (IF: 1.5).

56. Millet GY, Divert C, Banizette M and Morin JB. Running patterns changes due to fatigue and cognitive load in orienteering. J Sports Sci 28(2): 153-160, 2010 (IF: 1.6).

55. *Tomazin K, Vergès S, Decorte N, Oulerich A and Millet GY. Effects of coil characteristics for femoral nerve magnetic stimulation. Muscle & Nerve 41(3): 406-409, 2010 (IF: 2.3).

54. Féasson L, Verney J, Kadi F, Gautheron V, Calmels P and Millet GY. Thérapie par l’exercice et myopathies. Revue Neurologique 166(3): 269-278, 2010 (IF: 0.5).

53. Millet GY, Morin JB, Degache F, Edouard P, Féasson L, Verney J and Oullion R. Running from Paris to Beijing: biomechanical and physiological consequences. Eur J Appl Physiol 107: 731-738, 2009 (IF: 2.0).

52. *Muthalib M, Jubeau M, Millet GY, Maffiuletti N and Nosaka K. Comparison between electrically evoked and voluntary isometric contractions for biceps brachii muscle oxidative metabolism using near-infrared spectroscopy. Eur J Appl Physiol 107: 235-241, 2009 (IF: 2.0).

51. Morin JB, Samozino P, Geyssant A, Féasson L and Millet GY. Effects of muscular biopsy on biomechanics of running. Eur J Appl Physiol 105(2): 185-190, 2009 (IF: 2.0).

50. Vergès S, Maffiuletti NA, *Kerhervé H, Decorte N, Wuyam B and Millet GY. Comparison of electrical and magnetic stimulations to assess quadriceps muscle function, J Appl Physiol 106(2):701-710, 2009. This article was chosen for an editorial comment in the same journal (IF: 3.8).

49. Millet GY, *Aubert D, *Favier FB, Busso T and Benoît H. Effect of acute hypoxia on central fatigue during repeated isometric leg contractions. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 19(5):695-702, 2009 (IF: 2.8).

48. *Foissac M, Geyssant A, Freychat P, Millet GY and Belli A. Characterization of the mechanical properties of backpacks and their influence on the energetics of walking. J Biomech 42(2):125-130, 2009 (IF: 2.7)

47. *Foissac M, Berthollet J, Seux J, Belli A and Millet GY. The effects of pole inertia on energy and muscular costs during uphill walking. Med Sci Sports Exerc 40(6): 1117-1125, 2008 (IF: 4.1).

46. El Mhandi L, Millet GY, Calmels P, Richard A, Oullion R, Gautheron V and Féasson L. Benefits of interval-training on fatigue and functional capacities in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Muscle & Nerve 37(5): 601-610, 2008 (IF: 2.6).

45. Bourgit D, Millet GY and Fuchslocher J. Influence of shoes increasing dorsiflexion and decreasing metatarsus flexion on lower limbs muscular activity during fitness exercises, walking and running. J Strength Cond Res 22(3): 966-973, 2008 (IF: 1.85).

44. Millet GY, Perrey S, Divert C and *Foissac M. The role of engineering in fatigue reduction during human locomotion. Sports Engineering 9(4): 209-220, 2007.

43. Zory R, Millet GY, Schena F, Bortolan L and Rouard A. Fatigue induced by a cross-country skiing KO sprint. Med Sci Sports Exerc 38: 2144-2150, 2006 (IF: 4.11).

41. Féasson L, Camdessanche JP, El Mhandi L, Calmels P and Millet GY. Fatigue and neuromuscular diseases. Ann Readapt Med Phys 49: 375-384, 2006.

40. *Martin V, Millet GY, *Lattier G and *Perrod L. Why does knee extensor muscles torque decrease after eccentric-type exercise? J Sports Med Phys Fitness 45: 143-151, 2005 (IF: 0.85).

39. *Deley G, Millet GY, Borrani F, *Lattier G and Brondel L. Effects of two types of fatigue on the VO2 slow component. Int J Sports Med 27(6):475-82, 2005 (IF: 2.38).

38. Place N, Lepers R, *Deley G and Millet GY. Time course of neuromuscular alterations during a prolonged running exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 36: 1347-1356, 2004 (IF: 4.11).

37. Millet GY and Lepers R. Alterations of neuromuscular function after prolonged running, cycling and skiing exercises. Sports Med 34: 105-116, 2004 (IF: 5.07).

36. *Martin V, Millet GY, Martin A, *Deley G and *Lattier G. Assessment of low-frequency fatigue with two methods of electrical stimulation. J Appl Physiol 97: 1923-1929, 2004 (IF: 4.23).

35. *Martin V, Millet GY, *Lattier G and *Perrod L. Effects of recovery modes after knee extensor muscles eccentric contractions. Med Sci Sports Exerc 36: 1907-1915, 2004 (IF: 4.11).

34. *Lattier G, Millet GY, Martin A and *Martin V. Fatigue and recovery after high-intensity exercise part I: neuromuscular fatigue. Int J Sports Med 25: 450-456, 2004 (IF: 2.38).

33. *Lattier G, Millet GY, Martin A and *Martin V. Fatigue and recovery after high-intensity exercise. Part II: Recovery interventions. Int J Sports Med 25: 509-515, 2004 (IF: 2.38).

32. Hoffman MD, Millet GY, Candau RB and Rouillon JD. Evaluation of a theoretical model to quantify the sources of metabolic cost in walking. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 83: 353-362, 2004 (IF: 1.58).

31. Sarre G, Lepers R, Maffiuletti N, Millet GY and Martin A. Influence of cycling cadence on neuromuscular activity of the knee extensors in humans. Eur J Appl Physiol 88: 476-479, 2003 (IF: 2.21).

30. Millet GY, Millet GP, *Lattier G, Maffiuletti NA and Candau R. Alteration of neuromuscular function after a prolonged road cycling race. Int J Sports Med 24: 190-194, 2003 (IF: 2.38).

29. Millet GY, *Martin V, Maffiuletti NA and Martin A. Neuromuscular fatigue after a ski skating marathon. Can J Appl Physiol 28: 434-445, 2003 (IF: 2.67).

28. Millet GY, *Martin V, *Lattier G and Ballay Y. Mechanisms contributing to knee extensor strength loss after prolonged running exercise. J Appl Physiol 94: 193-198, 2003 (IF: 4.23).

27. Michaut A, Pousson M, Millet GY, Belleville J and Van Hoecke J. Maximal voluntary eccentric, isometric and concentric torque recovery following a concentric isokinetic exercise. Int J Sports Med 24: 51-56, 2003 (IF: 2.38).

26. *Lattier G, Millet GY, Maffiuletti NA, Babault N and Lepers R. Neuromuscular differences between endurance-trained, power-trained, and sedentary subjects. J Strength Cond Res 17: 514-521, 2003 (IF: 1.85).

25. Hoffman MD, Millet GY, Hoch AZ and Candau RB. Assessment of wheelchair drag resistance using a coasting deceleration technique. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 82: 880-889; quiz 890-882, 2003 (IF: 1.58).

24. Borrani F, Candau R, *Perrey S, Millet GY, Millet GP and Rouillon JD. Does the mechanical work in running change during the VO2 slow component? Med Sci Sports Exerc 35: 50-57, 2003 (IF: 4.11).

23. *Perrey S, Candau R, Millet GY, Borrani F and Rouillon JD. Chute de la consommation d'oxygène à la fin d'un exercice exhaustif chez des coureurs à pied entraînés. Science & Sports 17: 38-40, 2002 (IF: 0.2).

22. *Perrey S, Candau R, Millet GY, Borrani F and Rouillon JD. Decrease in oxygen uptake at the end of a high-intensity submaximal running in humans. Int J Sports Med 23: 298-304, 2002 (IF: 2.38).

21. *Perrey S, Candau R, Borrani F, Millet GY and Rouillon JD. Recovery kinetics of oxygen uptake following severe-intensity exercise in runners. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 42: 381-388, 2002 (IF: 0.85).

20. Millet GY, *Perrey S, Candau R and Rouillon JD. Relationships between aerobic energy cost, performance and kinematic parameters in roller ski skating. Int J Sports Med 23: 191-195, 2002 (IF: 2.38).

19. Millet GY, Lepers R, Maffiuletti NA, Babault N, *Martin V and *Lattier G. Alterations of neuromuscular function after an ultramarathon. J Appl Physiol 92: 486-492, 2002 (IF: 4.23).

18. Lepers R, Maffiuletti NA, Rochette L, Brugniaux J and Millet GY. Neuromuscular fatigue during a long-duration cycling exercise. J Appl Physiol 92: 1487-1493, 2002 (IF: 4.23).

17. Millet GP, Millet GY and Candau RB. Duration and seriousness of running mechanics alterations after maximal cycling in triathletes. Influence of the performance level. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 41: 147-153, 2001 (IF: 0.85).

16. Lepers R, Millet GY, Maffiuletti NA, Hausswirth C and Brisswalter J. Effect of pedalling rates on physiological response during endurance cycling. Eur J Appl Physiol 85: 392-395, 2001 (IF: 2.21).

15. Lepers R, Millet GY and Maffiuletti NA. Effect of cycling cadence on contractile and neural properties of knee extensors. Med Sci Sports Exerc 33: 1882-1888, 2001 (IF: 4.11).

14. Borrani F, Candau R, Millet GY, *Perrey S, Fuchslocher J and Rouillon JD. Is the VO2 slow component dependent on progressive recruitment of fast-twitch fibers in trained runners? J Appl Physiol 90: 2212-2220, 2001 (IF: 4.23).

13. *Perrey S, Millet GY, Candau R and Rouillon JD. Stretch-shortening cycle in roller ski skating: effects of speed. J Appl Biomech 16: 264-275, 2000 (IF: 0.76).

12. Millet GP, Millet GY, Hofmann MD and Candau RB. Alterations in running economy and mechanics after maximal cycling in triathletes: influence of performance level. Int J Sports Med 21: 127-132, 2000 (IF: 2.38).

11. Millet GY, Lepers R, *Lattier G, *Martin V, Babault N and Maffiuletti N. Influence of ultra-long-term fatigue on the oxygen cost of two types of locomotion. Eur J Appl Physiol 83: 376-380, 2000 (IF: 2.21).

10. Candau RB, Grappe F, Menard M, Barbier B, Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Belli AR and Rouillon JD. Simplified deceleration method for assessment of resistive forces in cycling. Med Sci Sports Exerc 31: 1441-1447, 1999 (IF: 4.11).

9. *Perrey S, Millet GY, Candau R and Rouillon JD. Stretch-shortening cycle in roller ski skating: effects of technique. Int J Sports Med 19: 513-520, 1998 (IF: 2.38).

7. Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Candau RB and Clifford PS. Poling forces during roller skiing: effects of technique and speed. Med Sci Sports Exerc 30: 1645-1653, 1998 (IF: 4.11).

6. Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Candau RB and Clifford PS. Poling forces during roller skiing: effects of grade. Med Sci Sports Exerc 30: 1637-1644, 1998 (IF: 4.11).

5. Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Candau RB, Buckwalter JB and Clifford PS. Effect of rolling resistance on poling forces and metabolic demands of roller skiing. Med Sci Sports Exerc 30: 755-762, 1998 (IF: 4.11).

4. Millet GY, Hoffman MD, Candau RB, Buckwalter JB and Clifford PS. Cycle rate variations in roller ski skating: effects on oxygen uptake and poling forces. Int J Sports Med 19: 521-525, 1998 (IF: 2.38).

3. Millet GY, *Perrey S, Candau R, Belli A, Borrani F and Rouillon JD. External loading does not change energy cost and mechanics of rollerski skating. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol 78: 276-282, 1998 (IF: 2.21).

2. Candau R, Belli A, Millet GY, Georges D, Barbier B and Rouillon JD. Energy cost and running mechanics during a treadmill run to voluntary exhaustion in humans. Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol 77: 479-485, 1998 (IF: 2.21).

1. Millet GY, Candau R and Rouillon JD. Cycle Length and Cycle Rate in Roller Skiing: Relationships with Performance and Maximal Lower Limb Power. JHMS 32: 267-281, 1997 (IF: 0.06).

Books

Millet GY. Ultra-trail : plaisir, performance et santé. Outdoor Editions (Lyon), 320 pages + 1 DVD. 2012 

Millet GY, Perrey S. Physiologie de l’exercice musculaire. Ellipses (Paris), 250 pages. 2004.

Laure P, Millet GY. La forme au quotidian. Ellipses (Paris), 224 pages. 2002.

Millet GY. Ski de fond, plaisir et performance. Desiris (Méolan-Revel), 263 pages. 1997.

Book chapters

Millet GY. Récupérer après un trail et un ultra-trail. In ‘Améliorer sa récupération en sport’ coordonnée par C Hausswirth. Insep, 2013, pp 386-391.

Millet GY. Récupération active et performance sportive. In ‘Récupération et performance en sport’ coordonnée par C Hausswirth. Insep, 2010, pp 309-316.

Millet GY. Mécanismes centraux de la fatigue musculaire. In ‘Fatigue musculaire’ (sous la direction de Julia M, Perrey S, Dupeyron A, Croisier JL, Codine P & Hérisson C. Masson, 2010, pp 18-30.

Millet GY, Perrey S. Lutter contre la fatigue générale et musculaire. In ‘L’Endurance’ (sous la direction de GP Millet), Editions EPS (Paris), 2006, pp 49-66.

 

 

 

 

 

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