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and power have been positively correlated with body size ( Jaric, 2003 ). Therefore, it remains unknown whether COD measurements obtained from young athletes should be normalized for body size. The Illinois change of direction test (ICODT) has often been considered a standard protocol for assessing COD performance ( Draper and Lancaster, 1985 ). Apart from high overall validity ( Hachana et al., 2013 ), the test could have an advantage in terms of ecological validity as it includes generic cues that closely replicate the majority of movement patterns performed in

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Introduction The number of preadolescent and adolescent athletes that are involved in different sports and participate in competitions has progressively increased over the recent years culminating with the establishment of the Youth Olympic Games. To that end, there is a large number of young athletes who have been asked to follow structured and demanding programmes with training loads sometimes being comparable to those of adult athletes ( Demorest and Landry, 2004 ). One distinctive period in the developmental process of young people is the adolescent growth

Introduction Sport and exercise are stressful by their nature, and over-stressful activity may produce injury ( Clement et al., 1981 ). The lumbar spine is subjected to considerable stress during many athletic endeavors; therefore, abnormalities involving this region may cause injuries and pain among athletes because of the unique demands of the related sport. Independent variables that contribute individually or in combination to lumbar spine injury include poor technique, poor conditioning, and abnormal anatomy; thus, young athletes may have a spinal deformity

dimensions ( Kavussanu and Stanger, 2017 ). In line with the social cognitive theory of moral thought and action ( Bandura, 1991 ), the significance of a moral behavior lies in the consequences that the behavior has on others. For example, supportive behavior from a teammate can have positive consequences for young athletes, while verbal abuse can have negative consequences ( Kavussanu and Stanger, 2017 ). Specifically, Kavussanu and Boardley (2009) argue that prosocial behavior towards teammates can enhance the recipient’s motivation and performance, whereas