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Roberto Baldassarre, Marco Bonifazi, Paola Zamparo and Maria Francesca Piacentini

efficiency and an ability to sustain a high percentage of V ˙ O 2 max for hours. 35.9–73.1 15.8–20.1 Judelson et al 33 1 W 24 Competitive SS, ANT, HR, RPE Training, acclimatization, and feedings can safely maintain elevated exercise intensities for long durations during OWS events. 32.2 19.1 ± 0

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Declan J. Ryan, Jorgen A. Wullems, Georgina K. Stebbings, Christopher I. Morse, Claire E. Stewart and Gladys L. Onambele-Pearson

participants [73.8 (6.22) y, 60–89 y, 55% female; Table  1 ], who did not suffer from an untreated CVD, had not sustained a PB limiting injury within the last 3 months, were independently mobile, and deemed generally healthy, were recruited for the study. Participant approval for study inclusion was provided

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Arthur H. Bossi, Cristian Mesquida, Louis Passfield, Bent R. Rønnestad and James G. Hopker

particularly in the case of well-trained athletes. 1 – 3 Therefore, accumulating time at or close to V ˙ O 2 max (eg, >90% or >95%) during a HIIT session may be important for training adaptation. 1 – 4 , 6 – 9 Previously, Billat et al 10 have demonstrated that the ability to sustain exercise at > 95 % V

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Sheila A. Dugan, Kelly Karavolos, Elizabeth B. Lynch, Chiquia S. Hollings, Francis Fullam, Brittney S. Lange-Maia and Lynda H. Powell

Background:

Physical inactivity in midlife women is associated with increased intra-abdominal adipose tissue development. We describe an innovative multimethod study 1) to better understand barriers to physical activity (PA) and 2) to engage midlife women to product test physical activities and identify local community-based providers and sustainable and fun PA experiences.

Methods:

Formative research on PA barriers from the Chicago site Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN) ancillary study of midlife women was used to develop a pilot testing measure. Feasibility, acceptability and sustainability of the PA activities were determined using the measure.

Results:

Desirable locations and/or instructors were identified. The first 2 groups identified, pilot tested, and then ranked activities for their ability to promote sustained PA. The 6 top-ranked were: circuit training, total body fitness, kickboxing, Zumba, Pilates, and pedometer. The final group pilot tested highly ranked PA in 2-week blocks, and ranked pedometer and Zumba in their top 3.

Conclusion:

Consensus was reached regarding activities that could be valuable in promoting sustained PA in midlife women. Choosing convenient sites and popular instructors further facilitates sustainability. Building relationships with key community partners is essential for sustainability. Community-based participant involvement in study design is a critical element in developing a healthy living intervention.

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Jian Chen, Bruce Oddson and Heather C. Gilbert

, with a questionnaire pertaining to respondent’s symptoms of the most recent concussion as well as injury history, we try to examine the effect of multiple concussions on the spectrum of concussion symptoms as compared with those who sustained their first concussion. Methods Study Design This study used

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Dawn C. Mackey, Alexander D. Perkins, Kaitlin Hong Tai, Joanie Sims-Gould and Heather A. McKay

options to promote sustainability over the long-term. The personal action plan specified what, where, when, how, and with whom physical activities would take place. The activity coach encouraged participants to work toward undertaking physical activity three to five times per week in a progressive manner

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Kara C. Hamilton, Mark T. Richardson, Shanda McGraw, Teirdre Owens and John C. Higginbotham

interventions, however, have had little effect on overall PA levels, as these interventions rely, not on intrinsic motivation, but on extrinsic motivation guided by external reward or coercion, a strategy that has shown little success in achieving sustainable behavior change. 14 Rather than attempting to

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Davide Ferioli, Andrea Bosio, Johann C. Bilsborough, Antonio La Torre, Michele Tornaghi and Ermanno Rampinini

, respectively. The instantaneous running speed sustained by each player during the COD levels was recorded using a radar device (Stalker ATS; Radar Sales, Minneapolis, MN). Furthermore, actual instantaneous metabolic power was estimated to quantify the actual exercise intensity during each COD level using the

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Duane Knudson, Ting Liu, Dan Schmidt and Heather Van Mullem

-campus collaborative opportunities, but he or she may also struggle with an atmosphere that emphasizes teaching over research. As a result, we have had success with retention when hiring junior faculty who demonstrate teaching excellence first and foremost, along with a productive and sustainable research agenda. Thus

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Karen Tonge, Rachel A. Jones and Anthony D. Okely

free routines offering choice and independence, elements that contribute to sustained engagement, and uninterrupted time that afford quality experiences. 32 Cross-cultural research shows the value of child-initiated play, including the affordance of choice and independence across a range of