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smilios Full Name: Smilios Ilias
Title: Associate Professor
Area of expertise: Sports Physiology - Muscular Strengthening
Sector: Sports Training Theory & Application
Laboratory:  
Telephone: +30 25310 39713, 23
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Office: Β3-14
Hours of listening students: Mon: 9:00 – 11:00, Tue: 9:00 – 11:00

Teaching subjects
Fall semester:

Ergophysiology

Exercise Testing and Evaluation

Resistance Exercises technique

Spring semester:

Sports Physiology

Resistance Training Programma Design 

Research interests

Physiological responses and adaptations with interval training

Neuromuscular and hormonal resposnses and adaptations with resistance training

Brief curriculum vitae
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Publications

1. Apostolidis Α., V. Mougios, I. Smilios, J. Rodosthenous, M. Hadjicharalambous. Caffeine supplementation is ergogenic in both high and low caffeine responders. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 14(5): 650-657, 2019.

2. Bogdanis GC, O. Donti, C. Tsolakis, I. Smilios, DJ Bishop. Intermittent but not continuous static stretching improves subsequent vertical jump performance in flexibility-trained athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 33(1):203-210, 2019.

3. Smilios I., Myrkos A., Zafeiridis A., Toubekis A., Spassis A., Tokmakidis S.P. The effects of recovery duration during high-intensity interval exercise on time spent at high rates of oxygen consumption, oxygen kinetics and blood lactate. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 32(8):2183-2189, 2018.

4. Smilios I, Sotiropoulos K, Barzouka K, Christou M, Tokmakidis S.P. Contrast loading increases upper body power output in junior volleyball athletes. Pediatric Exercise Science. 29(1): 103-108, 2017.

5. Theodorou A., G. Panayiotou, K. Volaklis, H. Douda, V. Paschalis, M. Nikolaidis, I. Smilios, A. Toubekis, D. Kyprianou, I. Papadopoulos & S. P. Tokmakidis. Aerobic, resistance and combined training and detraining on body composition, muscle strength, lipid profile and inflammation in coronary artery disease patients. Research in Sports Medicine. 24 (3): 171-184, 2016. Ετερο-αναφορές: 6

6. Zafeiridis A., A. Kounoupis, K. Dipla, A. Kyparos, M.G. Nikolaidis, I. Smilios, I.S. Vrabas. Oxygen delivery and muscle de-oxygenation during continuous, long- and short-interval exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 36 (11): 872-880, 2015. Ετερο-αναφορές: 3

7. Douda H., K. Kosmidou, I. Smilios, K. Volaklis, S.P. Tokmakidis. Community-based training-detraining intervention in older women: a 5-year follow-up study. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. 23(4): 496-512, 2015. Ετερο-αναφορές: 2

8. Volaklis K., I. Smilios, A.T. Spassis, C.E. Zois, H.T. Douda, M. Halle, S.P. Tokmakidis. Acute pro- and anti- inflammatory responses to resistance exercise in patients with coronary artery disease: a pilot study. Journal of Sports Science & and Medicine. 14 (1): 91–97, 2015. Ετερο-αναφορές: 3

9. Tokmakidis S.P. A.M. Touvra, H.T. Douda, I. Smilios, K. Kotsa, K.A. Volaklis. Training, detraining and retraining effects on glycemic control and physical fitness in women with type 2 diabetes. Hormones and Metabolic Research. 46(13): 974-979, 2014. Ετερο-αναφορές: 5

10. Sotiropoulos K., I. Smilios, H. Douda H., M. Christou, S.P. Tokmakidis. Contrast loading: power output and rest interval effects on neuromuscular performance. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 9: 567-574, 2014. Ετερο-αναφορές: 1