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Riana R. Pryor, Douglas J. Casa, Susan W. Yeargin and Zachary Y. Kerr

.6 (399/627) .296  At least one complete rest day per week 96.8 (1,072/1,108) 97.6 (440/451) 96.2 (632/657) .208 Staff training  Trained staff in recognition and treatment of heat stroke 81.9 (908/1,108) 75.8 (339/447) 86.1 (569/661) < .001  Often discussed EHI risk with coaches 38.9 (438/1,126) 35.7 (165

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Nicole J. Chimera, Monica R. Lininger and Meghan Warren

telephone interview within 1–4 days. Injuries/illnesses were included only if they caused the participant to miss a full training or a match. This data was compared to injury and exposure data from the physiotherapist in cooperation with the coach. Weekly text messages were sent over a 4-month period during

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Charles Goulet and Isabelle Rogowski

to control ball direction and depth in basic strokes, tactical games and training matches. The tennis coach was blind to the purpose of the study. The regular training mainly focused on the tactical aspects of the game, without specific exercises for serve technique and physical fitness enhancement

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Francesco Campa, Federico Spiga and Stefania Toselli

coaches responsible for the FMS assessments were blinded to the groups. The project was conducted according to the Declaration of Helsinki and was authorized by the Bioethics Committee of the University of Bologna. Anthropometric Measurements Height was measured to the nearest 0.1 cm using an

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Sergio L. Molina and David F. Stodden

practices of practitioners (e.g., physical educators, coaches, and other movement educators). Fitts’ law ( 1954 ) and its application, the speed-accuracy trade-off, are well-known principles that can be applied to many fundamental movements and performance ( Urbin, Stodden, Fischman, & Weimer, 2011

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Donald F. Kessler

their races. He invited me to come up to his training facility in Oregon where he could show me what he does. I took up his invitation to watch his athletes train and learn more details of his techniques. When I got there, I was expecting to sit back and watch the runners being coached. Instead, I sat

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Xavier D. Thompson and Brianna DiAntonio

 × 6 Single-leg standing HS curls Low-speed hurdles with coach supervision: 5-10 min Single-leg standing HS curls Low-speed hurdles with coach supervision: 5–10 min 10-min agility ladder Nordic hamstring curls Hurdle drills: 5-10 min Nordic hamstring curls Hurdle drills: 5–10 min 30-min bike Clamshells

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Heidi A. Wayment, Ann H. Huffman, Monica Lininger and Patrick C. Doyle

-related experiences from the previous season (2015). Nearly one-quarter (23%) of the sample said they had reported their symptoms to a coach or athletic trainer. Eighteen percent of the players reported being diagnosed with a concussion in the current season (2016), a number that matched exactly with the records kept

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Alex T. Strauss, Austin J. Parr, Daniel J. Desmond, Ashmel T. Vargas and Russell T. Baker

improve FMS ™ scores in firefighters by 1.6 points on average, 35 whereas coaching (mean change = 2.6 points) 36 and TMR ® (mean change = 3.7 points) produced larger acute gains. Another method of comparing treatment effectiveness would be to compare effect sizes, but the vast majority of prior

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Sean J. Maloney, Joanna Richards and Iain M. Fletcher

has been described as an important determinant in modulating both injury risk and athletic performance, 1 , 2 the measurement and quantification of vertical stiffness is of important practical relevance to athletes and coaches. The center of mass (COM) displacement during a task such as a vertical