Javier Yanci, Asier Los Arcos, Daniel Castillo and Jesús Cámara
.3–0.5, moderate; < 0.5–0.7, large; < 0.7–0.9, very large; and < 0.9–1.0, almost perfect ( Hopkins et al., 2009 ). Data analysis was performed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (version 20.0 for Windows, SPSS™ Inc, Chicago, IL, USA) for Windows. Statistical significance was set at p < 0.05.
The results of the physical performance in sprint, CODA and HJ tests of the total sample, boys and girls are described in Table 2 . The CV of all the physical tests were between 1.9 and 4.9%. No significant differences ( p > 0.05, d < 0.10, trivial) were
Mean ± SDs for MV, MP, and RPE are presented in Figures 2 and 3 . There were no differences between RR6 and TS in MV ( Figure 2A; p > 0.05; d = 0.10 (-0.35, 0.56)), MP ( Figure 2B; p > 0.05; d = 0.19 (-0.27, 0.64)), MVD ( Figure 4 ; p > 0.05; d = 0.16 (-0.30, 0.62)), MPD ( p > 0.05; d = 0.22 (-0.24, 0.68)), MVM ( Figure 5 ; p > 0.05; d = 0.12 (0.34, 0.56)), or MPM ( p > 0.05; d = 0.09 (-0.36, 0.55)).
Means and standard deviations during rest redistribution sets (RR6) and traditional sets (TS) across 30 repetitions for: A) mean
Nikki Kolman, Barbara Huijgen, Tamara Kramer, Marije Elferink-Gemser and Chris Visscher
difference in the mean VA-index between the first and the second test-session. The non-bold dotted lines represent the 95% limits of agreement (± 1.96 × SD). ICC: intra-class correlation coefficient (model: one-way random); * p < .05.
Reliability outcomes of the Dutch Technical- Tactical Tennis Test (D4T) in youth tennis players (n=10
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Olyvia Donti, Gregory C. Bogdanis, Maria Kritikou, Anastasia Donti and Kalliopi Theodorakou
execution score. Differences between gymnasts of a higher and lower performance level were determined using independent samples t-tests. Cohen (d) effect sizes were calculated and their magnitude was categorized as follows: trivial, <0.2; small, 0.2 to 0.5; small to moderate, 0.5 to 0.8, and large, >0.8 (Cohen, 1988). Multiple regression analysis was used to investigate which physical fitness variables contributed most significantly to the technical execution score in each group separately. Test–retest reliability for all the dependent variables measured in this
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Pedro Reche-Soto, Donaldo Cardona-Nieto, Arturo Diaz-Suarez, Alejandro Bastida-Castillo, Carlos Gomez-Carmona, Javier Garcia-Rubio and Jose Pino-Ortega
1 = 19.85 ± 4.43; SH3 = 17.41 ± 3.26; p < .001; d = ‐ 0.75) and MP (FH1 = 6646.05 ± 1005.23; FH3 = 6256.51 ± 823.34; p < .001; d = ‐0.47; SH1 = 6188.42 ± 954.32; SH3 = 5359.15 ± 838.76; p < .001; d = ‐0.98).
Player Load and Metabolic Power dynamics according to the 15‐min game period, playing position and match‐to‐match variability. FH1 Significant differences with first half 1 (p < .05), FH2 Significant differences with first half 2 (p < .05), FH3 Significant differences with first half 3 (p < .05), SH1 Significant differences with
Sebastian Rutkowski, Anna Rutkowska, Dariusz Jastrzębski, Henryk Racheniuk, Witold Pawełczyk and Jan Szczegielniak
difference in the mean values with regard to physical fitness was assessed with the Wilcoxon test for within‐group analysis and the Mann–Whitney U test for between‐group analysis. The size of the between‐group effects was determined by Cohen’s d effect size and classified as: >.20 small, >.50 moderate and >.80 large effect size ( Cohen, 1988 ).
We used G*power 3.1.7 software to calculate the sample size. Calculation was based on the F test, the type I error rate was set at 5% (alpha‐level 0.05), the effect size of the main outcomes was 0.30, and the type II error rate
Okkes Alpaslan Gencay, Murat Baykara, Adnan Demirel, Ejder Berk and Selcuk Gencay
men. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2010; 42(9): 1619–1624 10.1249/MSS.0b013e3181d8d834 20195176 Fahs CA Heffernan KS Ranadive S Jae SY Fernhall B Muscular strength is inversely associated with aortic stiffness in young men Med Sci Sports Exerc 2010 42 9 1619 1624
Hart EC, Charkoudian N, Joyner MJ, Barnes JN, Curry TB, Casey DP. Relationship between sympathetic nerve activity and aortic wave reflection characteristics in postmenopausal women. Menopause 2013; 20(9): 960–966 10.1097/GME.0b013e3182843b59 Hart EC Charkoudian N Joyner