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Ketogenic Diet and Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy: a Frenemy Relationship?

influence rates of MPS and MPB and, ultimately, the NPB. It is well known that nutrition influences, per se, both MPS and MPB. Measuring muscle protein synthesis (MPS) and muscle protein breakdown (MPB) Protein Turnover Physiological and metabolic homeostasis is strictly influenced by the regulation of MPS and MPB. Indeed, 80% of the daily protein synthesis comes from the recycling of amino acids from MBP, while only 20% seem to be induced by protein intake with diet ( Wolfe and Chinkes, 2005 ). Under the post-absorptive condition, MPB is approximately 30% higher

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Mechanism of Action and the Effect of Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate (HMB) Supplementation on Different Types of Physical Performance - A Systematic Review

al. (2019) investigated changes in strength comparing HMB-Ca vs. HMB-FA supplementation in 40 males. After 8-week supplementation, there were no positive effects of both HMB-Ca and HMB-FA formula on strength measures in the 1RM protocol (1RM bench press (kg); 1RM back squat (kg)), nor muscle thickness of the vastus lateralis and rectus femoris. Additionally, the same authors, in another 8-week study with resistance training, reported no positive effect of HMB-Ca and HMB-FA on FFM and BF ( Teixeira et al., 2018 ). Slater et al. (2001) performed a similar study

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Middle and Elementary School Students’ Changes in Self-Determined Motivation in a Basketball Unit Taught using the Tactical Games Model

Introduction In physical education, teaching has traditionally been undertaken using a direct instruction pedagogical model. In this model, the teacher is directly responsible for all decisions, which includes the establishment of objectives, lesson management, task presentations, teaching strategies, students’ responsibilities, etc. ( Metzler, 2011 ). This ‘one-size-fits-all’ model has recently been referred to by Kirk (2010) as physical-education-as-sport-techniques where the main aim is to develop ‘technical proficiency’ (Light et al., 2015; Oslin and

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Conditions of the Implementation of Selected Early Prevention Behaviours by High School Students from Radom

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Industrial Heritage Tourism: a Regional Perspective (Warsaw)

-1028. Evans, G. (2005). Measure for Measure: Evaluating the Evidence of Culture's Contribution to Regeneration. Urban Studies , 42 (5/6), pp. 959-983. Hemphill, L., Berry, J., McGreal, S. (2004). An Indicator-based Approach to Measuring Sustainable Urban Regeneration Performance: Part 1, Conceptual Foundations and Methodical Framework. Urban Studies , 41 (4) pp. 725-755. Hemphill, L., Berry J., McGreal, S. (2004). An Indicator-based Approach to Measuring Sustainable Urban Regeneration Performance: Part 2, Empirical

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Efficiency of Governmental Funding in Hungary

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Effect of Social Intelligence on OCB and EB, with Effect on Social Capital as a Mediating Variable, in a Sport Organization in Iran

References Andrew, D., Pedersen, P. & Mc Evoy, C.H. (2011). Research Methods and Design in Sport Management. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Aydin, S., Koc, E. & Kaya, N. (2017). The Influence of Critical Success Factors on B2B Sales Performance and the Mediating Role of Social Intelligence. Business Management & Strategy, 8(2), 1-25. Bastami, H., & Shamsi, A. (2016). Rabete-ye Bein-e Hush-e Manavi Va Hush-e Ejtemaei Ba Sabkha-ye Rahbari-ye Morabian-e Varzeshi-ye Ostan-e Ghom/Relationship between Spiritual

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Spectator Motives and Points of Attachment: an Investigation on Professional Basketball

, motives, points of attachment and sport preference. J Sport Manage. 2005, 19: 58-80. Robinson M, Trail GT, Kwon H. Motives and points of attachment of professional golf spectators. Sport Management Review. 2004, 7: 167-192. Schermelleh-Engel K, Moosbrugger H, Müller H. Evaluating the fit of structural equation models: Tests of significance and descriptive goodness-of-fit measures, Methods of Psychological Research Online, 2003, 8: 23-74. Schwarz EC, Hunter JD. Advanced theory and practice in

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The Relationship between Organizational Culture and Innovative Work Behavior for Sports Services in Tourism Enterprises

Behaviour, 25(2), 129-145. DOI: 10.1002/job.242. Jong, J.P.J., & Hartog, D.N.D. (2007). How leaders influence employees’ innovative behaviour. European Journal of Innovation Management, 10(1), 41-64. DOI: 10.1108/14601060710720546. Jong, J.P.J., & Hartog, D.N.D. (2010). Measuring innovative work behaviour. Creativity and Innovation Management, 19(1), 23-36. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8691.2010.00547.x. Kao, J. (1989). Entrepreneurship, creativity and organization. UK: Prentice Hall. Kessel, M., Weber, H

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Anger Management - Evaluation of a Cognitive-Behavioral Training Program for Table Tennis Players

effective methods of controlling anger in sports ( Brunelle et al., 1999 ). Therefore, the current study analyzed the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral anger management training for table tennis players. In the following, we focused on the evaluation of training in terms of effectiveness in reducing maladaptive anger in table tennis over time. Material and Methods Participants Participants were 18 competitive table tennis players from the Luxembourg national team with no known specific anger problems. Participants were randomly assigned to conditions for

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