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Robyn F. Madden, Kelly A. Erdman, Jane Shearer, Lawrence L. Spriet, Reed Ferber, Ash T. Kolstad, Jessica L. Bigg, Alexander S.D. Gamble and Lauren C. Benson

calculated. Figure 1 —The identification of shifts was achieved by determining the root-mean-square upper envelope of the raw accelerometer data. The mean plus a quarter of the SD of the envelope signal over all playing periods was used to determine a cutoff value for the beginning and the end of the shifts

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Adam J. Zemski, Shelley E. Keating, Elizabeth M. Broad, Damian J. Marsh, Karen Hind and Gary J. Slater

 al., 2015 ), can facilitate the identification of true changes and thus influence interpretation of results. This would then enable practitioners to further personalize dietary and/or training interventions in the pursuit of improved performance outcomes. There are a number of considerations to make when

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Filip Sabol, Jozo Grgic and Pavle Mikulic

individual sports; however, none were competitive athletes at the time of the study. Individuals who consumed caffeine in a form of a dietary supplement were not included in the study as they may (or may not) be more susceptible to correct supplement identification based on previous experience. 17 There

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Emma M. Crum, Matthew J. Barnes and Stephen R. Stannard

tested the significance level for the main effects of treatments containing POMx (i.e., POMx, BOTH) versus no POMx (i.e., NAC, PLAC), treatments containing NAC versus no NAC, and intensity (50%, 65%, and 80% VO 2 max) for all submaximal exercise variables. This method of analysis allowed identification

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Rachael L. Thurecht and Fiona E. Pelly

questionnaire for broader application in athlete populations. Practical Implications Practitioners and sports dietitians working with large and diverse sport programs could use the AFCQ for screening athletes for targeted nutrition education. An example of this may be the identification of athletes who may be

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Blake D. McLean, Donald Strack, Jennifer Russell and Aaron J. Coutts

indoor tracking technologies (eg, local positioning systems [LPSs]), compared with outdoor sports that have utilized GPS technology. Developments in indoor LPSs, including technologies such as radio frequency identification (RFID) and optical camera tracking, are now used throughout the NBA. These LPS

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Coen C.W.G. Bongers, Dominique S.M. ten Haaf, Nicholas Ravanelli, Thijs M.H. Eijsvogels and Maria T.E. Hopman

. 2001 ; 90 ( 5 ): 1943 – 1954 . doi: 10.1152/jappl.2001.90.5.1943 11299289 19. Kazman JB , Purvis DL , Heled Y , et al . Women and exertional heat illness: identification of gender specific risk factors . US Army Med Dept J . 2015 : 58 – 66 . 20. Cohen J . The t-test for means . In

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Thorben Hülsdünker, Clara Rentz, Diemo Ruhnow, Hannes Käsbauer, Heiko K. Strüder and Andreas Mierau

training-induced improvements in visuomotor performance may be paralleled by modulations in the visual motion system. Given the interindividual differences in neural visual function among athletes, 8 identification of the neurophysiologic mechanisms underlying visuomotor performance gains will help

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Nicolas Berryman, Iñigo Mujika, Denis Arvisais, Marie Roubeix, Carl Binet and Laurent Bosquet

with comprehensive meta-analysis ( www.meta-analysis.com ). Results The literature search allowed identification of 554 potentially relevant publications, of which 28 studies met all inclusion criteria. Exclusion criteria are detailed in Figure  1 . Sport disciplines included in this meta-analysis are

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Sebastian Altfeld, Paul Schaffran, Jens Kleinert and Michael Kellmann

). Unfortunately, the identification of sufficient recovery periods due to the time constraints and the wide range of coaches’ work tasks represents a delicate issue ( Grehl & Lange, 2011 ; Thiel et al., 2010 ). With regard to social obligations, coaches work nontraditional and irregular working hours (e