Dr. Xanne Janse de Jonge

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Dr. Xanne Janse de Jonge

Senior Lecturer in Exercise and Sport Science in the School of Environmental and Life Sciences (Applied Sciences) at The University of Newcastle (Australia).

Her main area of research is the effects of female hormones on exercise performance. Areas of focus in her initial menstrual cycle research were temperature regulation, endurance performance, aerobic performance and muscle function. Since then Dr. Janse De Jonge has focussed her research more on muscle function and if the "trainability" of females is affected by the fluctuations of female steroid hormones.

She is author of numerous research publications and several reviews on female hormones and exercise performance, including one focusing on the important methodological considerations for menstrual cycle research.

Dr. Janse De Jonge participated at the XII International Symposium of Strength Training with the presentation entitled "ACUTE AND CHRONIC RESPONSES TO RESISTANCE TRAINING IN REPRODUCTIVE AGED FEMALES".

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