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Packianathan Chelladurai

. Zeigler to be a lecturer at the UWO. That year, he had also recruited Dr. Albert V. Carron from the University of Saskatchewan to be the Professor of Sport Psychology. Dr. Carron had read the paper titled “Manifestations of agility,” which I had just published in the Journal of the Canadian Association

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Richard B. Kreider

.g., dynamic warm-up, flexibility training), resistance training, cardiovascular conditioning, core/stability training, and/or speed and agility training ( Clayton et al., 2016 ; Evans, 2019 ; Haff & Tripplett, 2016; Sands et al., 2012). Conditioning programs typically involve speed (e.g., linear, sprinting

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Mark L. Latash

drop in ΔV) may be viewed as indices of agility. Within a recent scheme on the control of multielement actions ( Latash et al., 2005 ), there are two types of neural variables. One of them, NV1, defines patterns of performance that can be seen in averaged-across-trials signals. The other, NV2, defines

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Kent Griffin

.g., gross motor skills, agility, sight, overall health); social-emotional (e.g., responsibility, social skills, agency, leadership); and cognitive (e.g., inspiration) domains. Perhaps the most important reason for physical education programs to implement OAE is being revealed today. Indeed, in this time of social

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Kelley Strohacker and Cory T. Beaumont

-Behavior Change The general goal of linear periodization, the most widely applied model, is to promote appropriately timed acquisitions in desired fitness and athletic-performance components (e.g., muscle hypertrophy, endurance, speed, agility, power) while preventing overtraining and injury ( Bompa & Haff, 2009

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Richard Shusterman

movements. Biomechanically efficient (and ethically unconflicted) movements typically feel good—graceful, unified, easy, and harmonious rather than jerky, hesitant, effortful, and disjointed. We have a pleasurable aesthetic sense of ease and grace when our movements are very smooth, fluid, and agile, just