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The effects of exercise training on plasma volume variations: A systematic review.

Hassane Zouhal, Fatma Rhibi, Amal Salhi, Ayyappan Jayavel, Anthony C Hackney, Ayoub Saeidi, Karuppasamy Govindasamy, Claire Tourny-Chollet, Cain C T Clark, Abderraouf Ben Abderrahmane,

The aim of this systematic review was to summarize the evidence on the acute and long-term effects of exercise training on PV, in both trained and untrained individuals and to examine associations between changes in %PVV and change in physical/physiological performance. Despite the status of participants and the exercise duration ... Read more >>

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Internal Load of Female Varsity Ice Hockey Players During Training and Games During a Season.

Jessica Lynne Bigg, Alexander Shand Davis Gamble, Lawrence L Spriet,

This study quantified internal load, using sessional rating of perceived exertion (sRPE) and heart-rate derived training impulse (TRIMP), of female varsity ice hockey players throughout a season. Twenty-four female (19.8±1.4 yr, 68.0±6.9 kg) varsity ice hockey players participated in this prospective cohort study. Internal load was captured using sRPE and TRIMP for ... Read more >>

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Glenohumeral internal rotation deficit on pitching biomechanics and muscle activity.

Yi-Hsuan Weng, Tsun-Shun Huang, Cheng-Ya Huang, Hsing-Yu Chen, Yung-Shen Tsai, Jiu-Jenq Lin,

To characterize the scapular pitching biomechanics in symptomatic GIRD pitchers (SG) compared to asymptomatic GIRD (ASG) and healthy pitchers. The scapular kinematics and associated muscle activities during pitching were recorded in 33 high school pitchers. Compared to healthy, GIRD pitchers had less scapular posterior tilt in each pitching event (average ... Read more >>

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Effects of Concurrent Training on 1RM and VO2 in Adults: Systematic Review with Meta-analysis.

Pedro Gabriel Pito, Jefferson R Cardoso, James Tufano, Débora Guariglia,

The purpose of this systematic review was to analyze the effects of concurrent training on one repetition maximum (1RM), maximum oxygen consumption (VO<sub>2</sub>max), and peak oxygen consumption (VO<sub>2</sub>peak) in healthy adults. The review followed PRISMA recommendations using randomized controlled trials in nine databases. Twenty-one studies met the inclusion criteria, totaling ... Read more >>

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Correction: Loaded Inter-set Stretching for Muscular Adaptations in Trained Males: Is the Hype Real?

Tanuj Wadhi, Christopher Barakat, Alexandre L Evangelista, Jeremy R Pearson, Ashmeet S Anand, Taylor E A Morrison, Jay O'Sullivan, Joseph Walters, Eduardo Oliveira De Souza,

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Endurance Exercise Training reduces Blood Pressure according to the Wilder's Principle.

Ricardo Mora-Rodriguez, Juan Fernando Ortega, Felix Morales-Palomo, Miguel Ramirez, Alfonso Moreno-Cabañas, Laura Alvarez-Jimenez,

The effect of antihypertensive medicine (AHM) is larger the higher the pre-treatment blood pressure level. It is unknown whether this Wilder's principle, also applies for the exercise-training blood pressure (BP) lowering effect. One hundred seventy-eight (n=178) middle-aged individuals (55±8 y) with metabolic syndrome (MetS), underwent high intensity interval training (3 days·week<sup>-1</sup>) ... Read more >>

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Influence of Footwear on Posture and Comfort in Elite Rugby Players.

Sylvain Blanchard, Laurence Bellaïche, Zbigniew Kuliberda, Michel Behr,

Influence of footwear on posture in athletes is poorly documented despite its potential impact on biomechanics and injury risk. The aim of this study was to investigate effects of different footwear geometries on comfort and posture on a cohort of 48 elite rugby players. Spine posture was characterized by photogrammetry, ... Read more >>

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Strength training in professional soccer: effects on short-sprint and jump performance.

Javier Nuñez, Luis Suarez-Arrones, Moisés de Hoyo, Irineu Loturco,

Several studies have confirmed the efficacy of strength training to maximize soccer player performance during competition. The aim of this meta-analysis was to determine the effects of different strength training protocols on short-sprint and vertical jump performance of professional soccer players from the first division of their countries. The following ... Read more >>

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Detecting Injury Risk Factors with Algorithmic Models in Elite Women's Pathway Cricket.

Luke Goggins, Anna Warren, David Osguthorpe, Nicholas Peirce, Thamindu Wedatilake, Carly McKay, KeithA Stokes, Sean Williams,

This exploratory retrospective cohort analysis aimed to explore how algorithmic models may be able to identify important risk factors that may otherwise not have been apparent. Their association with injury was then assessed with more conventional data models. Participants were players registered on the England and Wales Cricket Board women's ... Read more >>

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The impact of COVID-19 related disruption on injury rates in elite men's domestic cricket.

Luke Goggins, Nicholas Peirce, Steve Griffin, Ben Langley, Hannah Jowitt, Carly McKay, Keith A Stokes, Sean Williams,

This study aimed to investigate the impact of COVID-19 enforced prolonged training disruption and shortened competitive season, on in-season injury and illness rates. Injury incidence and percent proportion was calculated for the 2020 elite senior men's domestic cricket season and compared to a historical average from five previous regular seasons ... Read more >>

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Speed of Movement, Fatness, and the Change in Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Children.

Xianwen Shang, Yanping Li, Haiquan Xu, Qian Zhang, Ailing Liu, Guansheng Ma,

We aimed to examine speed of movement and its interactive association with fatness to changes in cardiometabolic risk factors over one year in children. The analysis included 8345 children aged 6-13 years. Cardiometabolic risk score was computed by summing Z-scores of waist circumference, the average of systolic and diastolic blood ... Read more >>

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Tolerance to Intermittent vs. Continuous Blood Flow Restriction Training: A Meta-Analysis.

Pierre Sinclair, Murtaza Kadhum, Bruce Paton,

The proven beneficial effects of low-load blood flow restriction training on strength gain has led to further exploration into its application during rehabilitation, where the traditional use of heavy loads may not be feasible. With current evidence showing that low-load blood flow restriction training may be less well tolerated than ... Read more >>

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Effects of Breaking Up Prolonged Sitting on Cardiovascular Parameters: A systematic Review.

Gustavo Oliveira da Silva, Luiza Batista Santini, Breno Quintella Farah, Antonio Henrique Germano-Soares, Mariliade Almeida Correia, Raphael Mendes Ritti-Dias,

The aim of this systematic review was to analyze the acute and chronic effects of sitting breaks on cardiovascular parameters. PubMed and Web of Science databases were searched by two independent researchers for relevant studies published until February 2020. Acute or chronic studies reporting the effects of sitting breaks or ... Read more >>

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Epidemiology of Hand Fractures and Dislocations in England and Wales Professional Cricketers.

Sandeep Rajiv Deshmukh, Ella Donnison, Alexia Karantana, David Newman, Nicholas Peirce,

This study describes hand fracture and dislocation injuries in terms of anatomical distribution, incidence and impact on playing time in registered professional adult male players of all 18 First Class England and Wales County Cricket clubs over a five-year period from 2010-2014. Prospectively collected injury surveillance data for 1<sup>st</sup> and ... Read more >>

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The Interval Between Matches Significantly Influences Injury Risk in Field Hockey.

Joel Mason, Anna Lina Rahlf, Andreas Groll, Kai Wellmann, Astrid Junge, Astrid Zech,

Fixture congestion increases injury risk in football, but how it impacts other sports is unclear. The aim of this study was to identify associations between match density and injury incidence in field hockey players. Injury data from a prospective cohort study of professional and youth players was analysed in two ... Read more >>

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Exercise Dose and Aerobic Fitness Response in Alzheimer's Dementia in the FIT-AD Trial.

Dereck Salisbury, Michelle A Mathiason, Fang Yu,

The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a 6-month cycling aerobic exercise intervention on cardiorespiratory fitness and the dose-response relationship in community-dwelling older adults with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's dementia. The FIT-AD trial was a single blind, 2-parallel group, pilot randomized controlled trial. The aerobic exercise group participated ... Read more >>

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Impact of Askling L-PROTOCOL on muscle architecture, flexibility and sprint performance.

Diego Alonso-Fernandez, Juan Martinez-Fernandez, Pedro Docampo-Blanco, Rosana Fernandez-Rodriguez,

Eccentric training has been shown to be important for hamstring strain injuries rehabilitation and prevention. The Askling L-PROTOCOL (L-P), comprising three exercises aimed at eccentric training and hamstring lengthening, was shown to improve this injuries recovery and relapse times in comparison with other traditional exercise-based protocols. However, the causes of ... Read more >>

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Excessive Treadmill Training Produces different Cardiac-related MicroRNA Profiles in the Left and Right Ventricles in Mice.

Jing Yang, Lin Xu, Xin Yin, Yi Li Zheng, Hai Peng Zhang, Sheng Jia Xu, Wei Wang, Sen Wang, Chen Yu Zhang, Ji Zheng Ma,

High-volume training followed by inadequate recovery may cause overtraining. This process may undermine the protective effect of regular exercise on the cardiovascular system and may increase the risk of pathological cardiac remodelling. We evaluated whether chronic overtraining changes cardiac-related microRNA profiles in the left and right ventricles. C57BL/6 mice were ... Read more >>

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Accuracy of Components of the SCAT5 and ChildSCAT5 to Identify Children with Concussion.

Franz E Babl, Vicki Anderson, Vanessa C Rausa, Nicholas Anderson, Remy Pugh, Tracey Chau, Cathriona Clarke, Fabian Fabiano, Feiven Fan, Stephen Hearps, Georgia Parkin, Michael Takagi, Gavin Davis,

The Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 5<sup>th</sup> Edition (SCAT5) is a standardized measure of concussion. In this prospective observational study, the ability of the SCAT5 and ChildSCAT5 to differentiate between children with and without a concussion was examined. Concussed children (n=91) and controls (n=106) were recruited from an emergency department in ... Read more >>

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Pitch-side Acute Severe Pain Management Decisions in European Elite football.

Maeve Claire Doheny, Gerard Bury,

This is the first study on acute severe pain management involving sport and exercise medicine Doctors who are leaders in football medicine in their respective countries. An online survey was designed describing the management of acute severe pain in this expert cohort. The survey captured participant sex, age, years working ... Read more >>

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Oxygen-enriched Air Decreases Ventilation during High-intensity Fin-swimming Underwater.

Fabian Möller, Elena Jacobi, Uwe Hoffmann, Thomas Muth, Jochen D Schipke,

Oxygen-enriched air is commonly used in the sport of SCUBA-diving and might affect ventilation and heart rate, but little work exists for applied diving settings. We hypothesized that ventilation is decreased especially during strenuous underwater fin-swimming when using oxygen-enriched air as breathing gas. Ten physically-fit divers (age: 25±4; 5 females; ... Read more >>

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Directions for Exercise Treatment Response Heterogeneity and Individual Response Research.

Travis J Hrubeniuk, Jacob T Bonafiglia, Danielle R Bouchard, Brendon J Gurd, Martin Sénéchal,

Treatment response heterogeneity and individual responses following exercise training are topics of interest for personalized medicine. Proposed methods to determine the contribution of exercise to the magnitude of treatment response heterogeneity and categorizing participants have expanded and evolved. Setting clear research objectives and having a comprehensive understanding of the strengths ... Read more >>

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Acute Cardiovascular Responses to Self-selected Intensity Exercise in Parkinson's Disease.

Hélcio Kanegusuku, Gabriel Grizzo Cucato, Paulo Longano, Erika Okamoto, Maria Elisa Pimentel Piemonte, Marilia Almeida Correia, Raphael Mendes Ritti-Dias,

Parkinson's disease patients frequently present cardiovascular dysfunction. Exercise with a self-selected intensity has emerged as a new strategy for exercise prescription aiming to increase exercise adherence. Thus, the current study evaluated the acute cardiovascular responses after a session of aerobic exercise at a traditional intensity and at a self-selected intensity ... Read more >>

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Effect of online low-intensity exercise training on fitness and cardiovascular parameters.

Naoki Kikuchi, Yukina Mochizuki, Ayumu Kozuma, Takamichi Inoguchi, Mika Saito, Minoru Deguchi, Hiroki Homma, Madoka Ogawa, Yuto Hashimoto, Koichi Nakazato, Takanobu Okamoto,

Online exercise is undoubtedly useful and important; however, chronic adaptations to online exercise, particularly strength gain, muscle hypertrophy, and cardiovascular parameters, remain unclear. We investigated the effect of online exercise training using Zoom on fitness parameters compared with the same exercises supervised directly. In the present study, 34 subjects (age: ... Read more >>

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Relationship between Indirect Measures of Aerobic and Muscle Power with Frequency Speed of Kick Test Multiple Performance in Taekwondo Athletes.

Maicon Rodrigues Albuquerque, Lucas Duarte Tavares, Ariel Roberth Longo, Paulo Henrique Caldeira Mesquita, Emerson Franchini,

This study aimed to determine the relationship between indirect measures of aerobic power and muscular power with Frequency Speed of Kick Test performance using multiple sets (FSKTmult) in high-level taekwondo athletes. We used a known-group method to test differences in FSKTmult performance between two groups designated as lower and higher ... Read more >>

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