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Shaun J. McLaren, Jonathan M. Taylor, Tom W. Macpherson, Iain R. Spears, and Matthew Weston

velocity and accelerometery data using bespoke algorithms (methods not publicly available). Signal quality was visually inspected after each session, and we found no instances of inaccuracies. As the RST program required players to run the same distance at the same intensity for each sprint, traditional

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Nadja Willinger, James Steele, Lou Atkinson, Gary Liguori, Alfonso Jimenez, Steve Mann, and Elizabeth Horton

, change in VO 2 max); and (3) changes in self-reported PA levels. Changes in objectively measured PA levels were assessed by only one study using accelerometery. Three studies examined changes in VO 2 max through maximal treadmill test as a proxy for PA behavior (ie, it was inferred that an increase in

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Oliver J. Chrzanowski-Smith, Robert M. Edinburgh, Mark P. Thomas, Aaron Hengist, Sean Williams, James A. Betts, and Javier T. Gonzalez

activity energy expenditure (kcal·day −1 ). Habitual levels of physical activity energy expenditure were assessed by a chest-worn physical activity monitor (Actiheart ™ ; Cambridge Neurotechnology, Papworth, United Kingdom) that combines accelerometery and heart rate. Participants wore the monitor over the

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Orlagh Farmer, Donna Duffy, Kevin Cahill, Diarmuid Lester, Sarahjane Belton, and Wesley O’Brien

(Field Training and Data Collection) Prior to data collection, six field staff underwent a rigorous and robust field researcher training workshop in the measurement protocol associated with FMS, self-report questionnaires, FG discussions, accelerometery, and body composition. This involved an objective