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Neuromuscular Physiology, Exercise, and Training During Youth—The Year That Was 2017

David G. Behm

activities, anecdotal evidence from world-class athletes, such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Wayne Gretzky, and others, has indicated that alternative sport involvement, such as soccer and baseball, contributed to their success. Participation in alternative sports would also help to decrease the repetitive

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Amazing Athletes With Ordinary Habits: Why Is Changing Behavior So Difficult?

Shona L. Halson and Michele Lastella

encouraging behavior change. Therefore, if we focus on how sleep may improve performance, this can be a more successful motivator than “If you don’t sleep, you may not train or race as well.” In our experience, informing athletes of what the best athletes in the world do (ie, Roger Federer sleeps 12 h/d) is