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% reduction in nipple acceleration during walking, when compared to their natural counterparts. During running, the B-Lite ® subglandular participant displayed decreased nipple kinematics, compared to their natural counterpart, and lower nipple kinematics compared to the B-Lite ® submuscular participant

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Debra J. Rose

yet to be resolved. The lack of a gold standard against which to measure the time spent in MVPA, the different methods used to convert acceleration into MVPA, and the use of different body sites from which to collect the data were identified as important problems that needed to be resolved as the

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Alan L. Smith and Daniel Gould

helps stimulate an acceleration of scholarship on the topic over the coming decades. In the following sections, we offer a brief overview of the origins and mission of the ISYS, emphasizing its role in identifying critical youth sport issues and using sport-science research to address those issues. We