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The Relationship Between Body Composition, Anaerobic Performance and Sprint Ability of Amputee Soccer Players

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The Functional Test for Agility Performance is a Reliable Quick Decision-Making Test for Skilled Water Polo Players

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Anthropometric, Physical, and Age Differences by the Player Position and the Performance Level in Volleyball

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Effect of Inspiratory Muscle Training on Performance of Handball Athletes

Introduction The primary function of the respiratory system is to maintain alveolar ventilation, this being proportional to the metabolic needs ( Janssens et al., 2013 ). In high intensity exercises, maintained for a prolonged period, respiratory muscle performance decreases in response to increased respiratory muscle work and dyspnea, which will contribute to respiratory muscle fatigue and a decrease in global performance ( Wells and Norris, 2009 ). The decreased respiratory function can be associated with and is suggested to compromise performance during

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The Importance of Sports Performance Factors and Training Contents From the Perspective of Futsal Coaches

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Prediction of Rowing Ergometer Performance from Functional Anaerobic Power, Strength and Anthropometric Components

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The Role of Situational Variables in Analysing Physical Performance in Soccer

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Effects of a Process-Oriented Goal Setting Model on Swimmer's Performance

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The Impact of a Good Season Start on Team Performance in Elite Handball

Introduction One of the aims of performance analysis is to provide an opportunity to predict sport performance in order to be well prepared for the future competitive scenarios ( Volossovitch, 2013 ). In fact, a fundamental question in this topic is whether research can be reliable enough to predict the future performance, rather than merely recounting the past ( Sampaio and Leite, 2013 ). Unsurprisingly, the matches are widely discussed amongst fans, sports journalists, academic experts and elite coaches, sometimes using player and team evaluation

Effects of the Performance Level and Race Distance on Pacing in Ultra-Triathlons

distances such as a multi-stage Ironman triathlon covering ten times the Ironman distance within ten days, performance progressively declined over the days ( Herbst et al., 2011 ; Knechtle et al., 2014 ). In that regard, a Double Iron ultra-triathlon covers 7.6 km of swimming, 360 km of cycling and 84.4 km of running, a Triple Iron ultra-triathlon covers 11.4 km of swimming, 540 km of cycling and 126.6 km of running, a Quintuple Iron ultra-triathlon covers 19 km of swimming, 900 km of cycling and 211 km of running and a Deca Iron ultra-triathlon covers 38 km of

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