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the PAP stimulus. Lactate concentration was measured with a fast and reliable portable analyzer (Lactate Scout+, SensLab GmbH, Germany) that uses an enzymatic–amperometric detection method and requires only 0.5 μL of blood. The RPE was assessed by the OMNI‐ Resistance Exercise Scale (OMNI‐RES) which is a validated RPE for resistance exercise ( Robertson et al., 2003 ). The OMNI‐RES consisted of 10 reporting options between 1 (extremely easy) and 10 (extremely hard). Thirty minutes after finishing the protocols, a copy of this scale was given to the participants and
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the vertical velocity of the center of mass (Step) and triple jump distance (Hop). The improvement rate was between 0.22 and 16.74%.
The kinematic Parameters
Before Mean ± SD
After Mean ± SD
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Horizontal velocity of the
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Centre of mass (ms-1)
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for V PP .
Load main effect post hoc analysis for exercise-averaged relative peak power (A), relative force at peak power (B), and velocity at peak power (C). # = significantly greater than relative peak power at 100% (p ≤ 0.001); $ = significantly greater than relative peak power at 80% (p ≤ 0.05); & = significantly greater than each of the preceding loads (p ≤ 0.001); @ = significantly greater than each of the subsequent loads (p ≤ 0.001).
Within-exercise Linear Contrast Analysis for Load
The within-exercise linear contrast analyses
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by more than 10% of all participants in the last 7 days, and the frequency of this was significantly noticeable (χ 2 test; p < 0.05). The pain localizations highlighted in light gray (elbow and wrist) did not present simultaneous occurrence to any other localization .
As young competitive athletes frequently experience pain in multiple areas, it is worth considering the area in which the pain experienced is most severe. At the time of the survey, 1 in 4 elite young basketball players reported knee and leg pain, while 1 in 6 specified back pain as the most
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arise from the variable force directions at which the response can occur which challenge the motor planning process. In conclusion, a steady anticipatory strategy appears to be advantageous for tasks in which the speed of RT is essential.
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