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Jordan D. Herbison, Terry W. Cowan, Luc J. Martin, Zach Root and Mark W. Bruner

participants: Competitive environments can create animosity and a lot of friction amongst team members. … There’s stronger players and weaker players on the team, attitudes can be developed by getting down on each other, not supporting each other, and I think, as a coach you have to try and break that, and

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Thomas Haugen, Gøran Paulsen, Stephen Seiler and Øyvind Sandbakk

higher output values. Hofman et al 46 reported peak power of 18 and 24 W·kg −1 for female and male world-class speed skaters, when performed from a standstill start in a seated position. A limitation associated with the Wingate test is that the load (frictional resistance) is predetermined and

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Alanna Weisberg, Alexandre Monte Campelo, Tanzeel Bhaidani and Larry Katz

, monitors with hypoallergenic materials, medical grade tubing, and soft corners should be considered ( Dall et al., 2018 ; Turner-McGrievy et al., 2019 ). Users reported skin irritation after wearing devices for a prolonged time, after sweating, or after getting them wet, primarily due to friction against

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Brice T. Cleland and Sheila Schindler-Ivens

, Schmit, & Schindler-Ivens, 2009 , 2012 ; Promjunyakul et al., 2015 ). In brief, the pedaling device was a direct drive apparatus constructed of nonmetallic materials that provided a light frictional workload. An MRI-compatible rotary optical encoder (MR318; Micronor Inc., Newbury Park, CA) coupled to

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Madison Ardizzi, Brian Wilson, Lyndsay Hayhurst and Janet Otte

understanding the range of human and nonhuman associations that enable and constrain BFD work (see McSweeney et al., 2020 ). This other study was especially concerned with understanding the global movement of the bicycle itself and the frictions encountered during BFD-related transitions in and through Canada

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Diane Benish, Jody Langdon and Brian Culp

coaching practices after a coach education course. This coach felt he was a “prisoner of his own sport history” (p. 13) in his replication of previously experienced coaching methods, even though they caused friction on his team. He felt that he did not have other examples of coaching behavior with which he

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Colin G. Pennington and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

have been suggested for reducing friction during induction. A positive student-teaching experience ( Graber, 1998 ) and induction-assistance initiatives eased the transition for beginning teachers by connecting them with school leaders and creating a supportive environment, but these initiatives must

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Andy Gillham, Michael Doscher, Jim Krumpos, Michelle Martin Diltz, Nate Moe, Shepard Allen and Reese Bridgeman

affects the trust of both coaching staffs as well as the level of trust the athletes have. The athletes do not know who to trust or listen to and this creates friction on and off the field of play. It can also create a space where the athletes play both sides against each other. For example, one coach