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Comparison of Peak Ground Reaction Force, Joint Kinetics and Kinematics, and Muscle Activity Between a Flexible and Steel Barbell During the Back Squat Exercise

endorsement of the product by the authors or the journal. References Abernethy D, Brown G. Tsunami Bar, 2016. Available at: http://www.tsunamibarbell.com/ accessed on 04.15.2017 Abernethy D Brown G Tsunami Bar 2016 Available at http://www.tsunamibarbell.com/ accessed on 04.15.2017 American College of Sports Medicine. Progression Models in Resistance Training for Healthy Adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2009; 41: 687–708 19204579 American College of Sports Medicine. Progression Models in Resistance Training for Healthy Adults Med Sci Sports

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Similar Muscular Adaptations in Resistance Training Performed Two Versus Three Days Per Week

Eur J Appl Physiol 2000 81 174180 American College of Sports Medicine. American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Progression models in resistance training for healthy adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc , 2009; 41(3): 687 19204579 American College of Sports Medicine. American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Progression models in resistance training for healthy adults Med Sci Sports Exerc 2009 41 3 687 Arazi H, Asadi A. Effects of 8 weeks equal-volume resistance training with different workout frequency on maximal strength

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The Effect of Load Placement on the Power Production Characteristics of Three Lower Extremity Jumping Exercises

2009 23 495 506 DeWeese BH, Serrano AJ, Scruggs SK, Burton JD. The midthigh pull: Proper application and progressions of a weightlifting movement derivative. Strength Cond J , 2013; 35: 54-58 10.1519/SSC.0b013e318297c77b DeWeese BH Serrano AJ Scruggs SK Burton JD The midthigh pull: Proper application and progressions of a weightlifting movement derivative Strength Cond J 2013 35 54 58 Enoka RM. The pull in Olympic weightlifting. Med Sci Sports , 1979; 11: 131-137 491869 Enoka RM The pull in Olympic weightlifting Med Sci

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Ketogenic Diet and Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy: a Frenemy Relationship?

kinase beta- 1; 4EBP1 = 4E-binding protein 1; GDF11 = Growth differentiation factor 11; TNFα = Tumor necrosis factor α ; ROS = Reactive oxygen species ; NF k B = nuclear factor kappa-light-chain-enhancer of activated B cells ; MuRF1 = Muscle RING-finger protein-1 . References Ari C, Poff AM, Held HE, Landon CS, Goldhagen CR, Mavromates N, D'Agostino DP. Metabolic therapy with Deanna Protocol supplementation delays disease progression and extends survival in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) mouse model. PLoS One , 2014; 9: e103526 25061944 10

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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

-reported training logs (84% of accuracy and similarity between participants in compliance of training). On the other hand, in Wilson et al. (2008) used a non-linear progression with tapered training volume. These may generate differences in load volume during the experiment between particular groups of subjects. Differences in diet control may have also influenced the final results (Thompson et al., 2009), especially considering that not all studies controlled the diet during the experiment. From the studies presented in this review, only four of them took diet into account

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Genetic Markers Associated with Power Athlete Status

-order structures. It has been shown that depletion of the WAPL protein stably locks cohesin on DNA, leads to clustering of cohesin in axial structures, and causes chromatin condensation in interphase chromosomes. Furthermore, it has been revealed that regulation of cohesin–DNA interactions by WAPL is important for embryonic development and cell cycle progression. In mitosis, WAPL-mediated release of cohesin from DNA is essential for proper chromosome segregation and protects cohesin from cleavage by the protease separase, thus enabling mitotic exit in the presence of functional

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Review of the diagnosis and pharmacological management of pulmonary arterial hypertension in connective tissue disease

play a significant role in predicting the development of SSc-PAH. A significantly lower capillary density in nailfold is associated with PH ( 10 , 11 ). Table 4 Characteristics of isolated pulmonary hypertension and PH associated ILD Isolated pulmonary hypertension PH associated with ILD Seen in 7–12% of patients with SSc More commonly reported in limited SSc (45% vs 26%) than diffuse SSc A faster rate of disease advancement, progression from normal exercise tolerance to oxygen dependency in 6–12months Associated with anti-U3-RNP Ab More

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The El Dorado of Handball? Foreign Female Players Stay, while Domestic Players Return from Abroad

-level handball The most common reason why players decided to leave their country and continue their career abroad was money ( Picture 1 ). Other reasons that had a strong influence on the decision were professional progression, the club’s reputation and poor conditions in their previous clubs. Among the key reasons, the Slovenians especially talked about their desire to prove themselves in sports, progress in handball, their ambitions and a new challenge ( Picture 2 ). Some of them emigrated because they were dissatisfied with the relationships in the team or with their

Engaging cognitive circuits to promote motor recovery in degenerative disorders. exercise as a learning modality

motor control, especially from the perspective of basic neuroscience. We highlight the novel application of these concepts to progressive degenerative brain disorders like PD, and how they support the emergence of a new approach to target neurorehabilitation ( Petzinger et al., 2011 ; Petzinger et al., 2015 ). Within the last decade, we have begun to appreciate the fact that physical activity and exercise reduces the incidence of PD and may in fact modify disease progression in those already affected ( Chen et al., 2005 ; Thacker et al., 2008 ). Our short review of

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Technical and Training Related Aspects of Resistance Training Using Blood Flow Restriction in Competitive Sport - A Review

arrangement. The use of BFR in training also requires adequate progression or modifications in terms of duration of occlusion, the ratio of exercises with BFR to conventional exercise, and most of all the value of pressure or cuff width. Acknowledgements This study would not have been possible without our participants’ commitment, time and effort. The study was supported and funded by the statutory research of the Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice, Poland - research leaders Michał Wilk and Adam Maszczyk as well as by a grant of the Ministry

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