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Monitoring Changes Over a Training Macrocycle in Regional Age‐Group Swimmers

., 2012 ). These differences may be due to the characteristics of the stimuli used, the methodology applied and swimmers’ anthropometric characteristics ( Craig and Pendergast, 1979 ; Morais et al., 2012 ). Additionally, in accordance with a previous study ( Anderson et al., 2006 ), a SL decline and a SR increase from the beginning to the middle of the macrocycle were observed. However, with the posterior increase of anaerobic workouts, the SR increased (until week 9) as well as the SI1 (weeks 9‐12) and the SI3 (weeks 2‐12 and 9‐12), evidencing a technical quality

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Knowledge Areas Necessary for Successful NCAA Division III Certified Athletic Trainers: NCAA Division III Certified Athletic Trainers' Perceptions

-efficacy, imagery use, and adherence to rehabilitation by injured athletes. J Sport Rehabil , 2005. 14(2), 150-167. Peer, K.S., Rakich, J.S. Accreditation and continuous quality improvement in athletic training education. J Athl Training , 2000. 35(2), 188-193. Robbins, J.E., Rosenfeld, L.B. Athletes' perceptions of social support provided by their head coach, assistant coach, and athletic trainer, pre-injury and during rehabilitation. Journal of Sport Behavior , 2001. 24(3), 277-297. Rockwell, M

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