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Rachael E. Flatt and Craig Barr Taylor

Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S; formerly known as the Female Athlete Triad), a disorder common to many athletes. The symptoms of this disorder overlap with AN and may reflect an eating disorder ( Mountjoy et al., 2014 ). A screening tool for RED-S is available, but has not yet been validated

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Trent Stellingwerff, James P. Morton and Louise M. Burke

adequate EI for optimal EA. If required, assess RED-S status indicators as outlined by Mountjoy et al. ( 2018) .  In relation to the training phase/block, what are the current and long-term body composition goals? Are changes even necessary? Strategic team discussions around risk and reward to optimize

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Recep Gorgulu, Andrew Cooke and Tim Woodman

experiments. Specifically, we asked participants to react to two different colored balls, as they rolled down a chute, a target (e.g., red) that was to be caught and a nontarget (e.g., blue) that was to be avoided. If Wegner’s theory of ironic processes of mental control holds for externally paced tasks, we

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Laura A. Verbruggen, Melissa M. Thompson and Chris J. Durall

, clinicians should utilize a multifaceted approach when treating patients with plantar fasciitis. Specifically, clinicians should consider the use of LDT in conjunction with other conservative measures, such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and infra-red treatment, 1 calf stretching, 2 , 3

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Rob Gray, Anders Orn and Tim Woodman

ironic display group, participants were penalized 1 point for hitting the quadrant marked with gray (note, this quadrant was red in the actual experiment). For any other pitch location, both groups received 0 points. The locations of the target and ironic zones were randomized from trial to trial. For

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Stephanie Di Lemme, Jon Sanderson, Richard G. Celebrini and Geoffrey C. Dover

/13/13/13 1 DB bench press 4 × 8 20/23/25/27 3 Seated cable row 4 × 8 22 1 Seated cable row 4 × 10 19 2 1/2 kneel FP 4 × 12 17 1 1/2 kneel FP 4 × 12 19 3 Banded pull apart 4 × 12 Red band 1 Incline DB press 3 × 10 23 1 Bird dog row 4 × 10 14 1 Seated cable row 4 × 10 22 3 Incline DB press 4 × 10 Red band 1

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Claire E. Badenhorst, Katherine E. Black and Wendy J. O’Brien

In 2014, the International Olympic Committee first used the term Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) to describe the lack of energy for performance and health in female and male athletes. The underlying premise of RED-S is low energy availability (LEA), whereby the amount of dietary energy

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Hendrik Reimann, Tyler Fettrow and John J. Jeka

a perturbation followed by a control action. The green cycle shows the unperturbed movement, where the cusps represent (instantaneous) steps where the flow switches. The red line shows how the state trails off the green cycle due to a perturbation. The red dot is the step response to this

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Jo Welsman and Neil Armstrong

norms and “clinical red flags” ( 4 ). Our mention of the “universal alternative” was referring more to the potential for an alternative allometric scaling exponent for peak V ˙ O 2 rather than a universal alternative method. As shown in our Commentary and elsewhere ( 7 ), when modeling peak V ˙ O 2

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Nessan Costello, Jim McKenna, Louise Sutton, Kevin Deighton and Ben Jones

sport (RED-S) . British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48 ( 7 ), 491 – 497 . PubMed ID: 24620037 doi:10.1136/bjsports-2014-093502 10.1136/bjsports-2014-093502 Mountjoy , M. , Sundgot-Borgen , J. , Burke , L. , Carter , S. , Constantini , N. , Lebrun , C. , … Ljungqvist , A. ( 2015