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Rest Redistribution Functions as a Free and Ad-Hoc Equivalent to Commonly Used Velocity-Based Training Thresholds During Clean Pulls at Different Loads

.50 1.76 -0.48 -1.09 0.13 120% 15.86 6.23 24.13 8.75 8.51* -1.06†† -1.70 -0.42 PVD 80% 14.57 3.69 17.78 7.05 4.10 -0.56† -0.96 0.25 100% 15.28 7.42 17.32 2.50 0.85 -0.36 -0.96 0.25 120% 17.52 3.79 24.44 7.13 9.45* -1.18†† -1.83 -0.53 MPD 80% 17.91 7.14 20.63 10.53 0.75 -0.29 -0.90 0.31 100% 17.09 7.50 20.52 6.47 1.64 -0.48 -1.08 0.13 120% 16.00 6.04 24.80 8.39 10.29* -1.17†† -1.82 -0.52 PPD 80% 23

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The Influence of Grip Width on Training Volume During the Bench Press with Different Movement Tempos

responses in men J Physiol 2012 2 351 361 Clemons JM, Aaron C. Effect of grip width on the myoelectric activity of the prime movers in the bench press. J Strength Cond Res , 1997; 11: 82-87 Clemons JM Aaron C Effect of grip width on the myoelectric activity of the prime movers in the bench press J Strength Cond Res 1997 11 82 87 Clark R, Bryant A, Hao Pua Y. Examining different aspects of functional performance using a variety of bench throw techniques. J Strength Cond Res , 2010; 24: 2755-2761 20224448 10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181bf0368

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Isokinetic Strength of Rotators, Flexors and Hip Extensors is Strongly Related to Front Kick Dynamics in Military Professionals

analysis influenced by execution distance in a roundhouse kick to the head in taekwondo. J Strength Condit Res , 2011; 25(10): 2851-2856 10.1519/JSC.0b013e318207ef72 Estevan I Álvarez O Falco C Molina-García J Castillo I Impact force and time analysis influenced by execution distance in a roundhouse kick to the head in taekwondo J Strength Condit Res 2011 25 10 2851 2856 Gordon AT, Ambegaonkar JP, Caswell SV. Relationships between core strength, hip external rotator muscle strength, and star excursion balance test performance in female lacrosse

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Urinary Steroid Profile in Ironman Triathletes

distance training and a minimum of 15 hours of training per week (age: 36.00 ± 1.27 years; body height: 179.29 ± 10.77 cm; body mass: 74.50 ± 1.04 kg; fat mass: 9.02 ± 1.04%; muscular mass: 49.41 ± 1.27%). The experiment was performed during the European Ironman Championship held in Frankfurt (Germany) in 2012. All participants completed the Ironman race with times ranging from 09:08:15 (hh:mm:ss) to 11:40:10. Weather conditions during the race were as follows: average temperature: 21 o C (range 15-27), humidity: 63% (range 19-94), wind speed: 8 km/h, rain 1 mm

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Does the MTHFR A1298C Polymorphism Modulate the Cardiorespiratory Response to Training?

increasing cardiovascular capacity. As it has been previously stated, the MTHFR gene encodes 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase, one of the crucial enzymes in the single-carbon fragments metabolism i.e. conversion of homocysteine to methionine. The C677T TT as well as A1298C CC homozygotes have been shown to have a decreased enzymatic activity as well as significantly elevated plasma homocysteine levels ( Castro et al., 2003 , 2004 ; Frosst et al., 1995 ). Other studies that have analyzed 5,10-methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase activity found that individuals

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Thermal Sensations During a Partial-Body Cryostimulation Exposure in Elite Basketball Players

exposure time (3 min), the mean perceived thermal sensation score was 5.7, which indicates a “cool” sensation. Therefore, a 3-min exposure at –130 °C did not appear to add unnecessary strain for the majority of the athletes during the competition phase. The maximum score of perceived thermal sensation (coldest sensation = 10) was reached only at 180 s in one subject. The majority of the participants did not feel especially cold after the end of the exposure. Nevertheless, at 30 s, three participants reported relatively high perceived thermal sensation scores (≥6), and

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Effects of Ambient Temperature on Physiological Responses to Incremental Exercise Test

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The Effect of a Simulated Basketball Game on Players’ Sprint and Jump Performance, Temperature and Muscle Damage

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Physical and Physiological Characteristics of Elite Male Handball Players from Teams with a Different Ranking

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Profile, Correlation and Structure of Speed in Youth Elite Soccer Players

-52 Sporis G, Milanović Z, Trajković N, Joksimović A. Correlation between speed, agility and quickness (SAQ) in elite young soccer players. Acta Kinesiol, 2011; 5: 36-41 Sporis G, Vucetic V, Jukic I. How to evaluate full instep kick in soccer? J Sports Sci Med, 2007; 10(Suppl): 27 Stølen T, Chamari K, Castagna C, Wisloff U. Physiology of soccer: an update. Sports Med, 2005; 35: 501-536 Strudwick A, Reilly T, Doran D. Anthropometric and fitness profiles of elite players in two football codes. J Sports Med Phys Fitness, 2002

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