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Mihaela Ciulei, Aaron Prado, James Navalta and John A. Mercer

, AEI Technologies Inc., Pittsburgh, PA). VO 2 was measured breath-by-breath and recorded every 15 s for each condition. Subjects wore laboratory provided running shoes (Adidas adiPRENE) and a telemetry heart rate transmitter (Polar Electro Inc., NY) to record their heart rate. Prior to testing, subjects were assigned a wetsuit size selected following manufacturer guidelines (HUUB Design Limited, size-SMT M MT ML, Aerious full-sleeved model 4:4, Derby, UK). Procedures Each participant completed four running conditions consisting of manipulating carrying or

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Anna Irena Szymańska and Monika Płaziak

( Krakowski Rynek Nieruchomości 2014 ). In total, there are 16 retail establishments in Krakow, most of them (fourteen out of sixteen) within the Krakow city limits, and the remaining two in Modlniczka (Futura Park Krakow and Factory Krakow). Krakow shopping centres accommodate, in total, 1,400 units, and one unit (shop/service point) serves, on average, 715 persons. The largest group of lessees represent fashion store chains (26%), services (14%), footwear and leather wear (8%). In Krakow one shopping centre serves an average of 66,670 people (residents of Krakow). The

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Zong-Rong Chen, Shin-Liang Lo, Min-Hsien Wang, Ching-Fang Yu and Hsien-Te Peng

one day to familiarise the athletes with the experimental protocol and to determine their 5 RM squat loads for RE and individualized drop heights for the PE drop jump before testing. The standardised footwear (Model s.y.m. B9025, LurngFurng, Inc., Taipei, Taiwan) was used to control for different shoe-sole absorption properties. The experiment was conducted in a sport biomechanical laboratory. The same examiner collected all data. Each participant’s 5 RM squat was determined by the guidelines of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (Baechle and