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Ben Schram, Wayne Hing and Mike Climstein

Purpose:

Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is a rapidly growing sport and recreational activity for which only anecdotal evidence exists on its proposed health, fitness, and injury-rehabilitation benefits. Participants: 10 internationally and nationally ranked elite SUP athletes.

Methods:

Participants were assessed for their maximal aerobic power on an ergometer in a laboratory and compared with other water-based athletes. Field-based assessments were subsequently performed using a portable gas-analysis system, and a correlation between the 2 measures was performed.

Results:

Maximal aerobic power (relative) was significantly higher (P = .037) when measured in the field with a portable gas-analysis system (45.48 ± 6.96 mL · kg−1 · min−1) than with laboratory-based metabolic-cart measurements (43.20 ± 6.67 mL · kg−1 · min−1). There was a strong, positive correlation (r = .907) between laboratory and field maximal aerobic power results. Significantly higher (P = .000) measures of SUP paddling speed were found in the field than with the laboratory ergometer (+42.39%). There were no significant differences in maximal heart rate between the laboratory and field settings (P = .576).

Conclusion:

The results demonstrate the maximal aerobic power representative of internationally and nationally ranked SUP athletes and show that SUP athletes can be assessed for maximal aerobic power in the laboratory with high correlation to field-based measures. The field-based portable gas-analysis unit has a tendency to consistently measure higher oxygen consumption. Elite SUP athletes display aerobic power outputs similar to those of other upper-limb-dominant elite water-based athletes (surfing, dragon-boat racing, and canoeing).

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24 24 1 1 Applied Research Self-Regulatory Processes Employed During Self-Modeling: A Qualitative Analysis Amanda M. Rymal * Rose Martini * Diane M. Ste-Marie * 3 2010 24 24 1 1 1 1 15 15 10.1123/tsp.24.1.1 Research Perfectionism and Burnout in Canoe Polo and Kayak Slalom Athletes: The

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National Team Coaches’ Stress Stiliani Ani Chroni * Frank Abrahamsen * Eivind Skille * Liv Hemmestad * 6 1 63 73 10.1123/iscj.2017-0086 iscj.2017-0086 Coach-Created Talent Development Motivational Climate in Canoe Slalom in the United Kingdom Stephen Macdonald * Justine Allen * 6 1 74 87 10

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Pierre-Olaf Schut and Antoine Marsac

, relate, rappelle des premières dans différentes activités de nature. Pour donner plus de portée à notre propos, nous veillerons à multiplier les appuis dans des pratiques différentes (canoë, alpinisme, spéléologie. . .) et à des moments différents pendant les deux derniers siècles. Les généralités qui en

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Johanna S. Rosén, Victoria L. Goosey-Tolfrey, Keith Tolfrey, Anton Arndt and Anna Bjerkefors

Para Va'a is a canoeing sport performed in a Polynesian outrigger canoe, propelled by a single-blade paddle on flat or open water, by athletes with physical impairments. Para Va'a makes its debut as a Paralympic sport at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games after the International Paralympic Committee

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Øyvind Sandbakk, Guro Strøm Solli and Hans-Christer Holmberg

distance also appears in some upper-body-dominant modes such as canoeing and double-poling cross-country skiing, whereas the sex differences in kayaking are relatively constant at 12% to 13%. In the sprint events of these 2 sports (ie, 200-m kayaking and canoeing), the differences are 19% and 23

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in Sprint Canoe–Kayak Myriam Paquette * François Bieuzen * François Billaut * 1 11 2018 13 10 1299 1307 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0077 ijspp.2018-0077 Time-Trial Performance in Elite Speed Skaters After Remote Ischemic Preconditioning Philippe Richard * François Billaut * 1 11 2018 13 10 1308 1316

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Maria Heikkilä, Raisa Valve, Mikko Lehtovirta and Mikael Fogelholm

–20 years old. The three main sports among the participants were cross-country skiing ( n  = 53 coaches and n  = 111 athletes), orienteering ( n  = 13 and n  = 110), and biathlon ( n  = 6 and n  = 38). Other sports were endurance running and racewalking, triathlon, cycling, swimming, rowing, and canoeing

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-0644 Original Investigation Weight Regain: No Link to Success in a Real-Life Multiday Boxing Tournament Reid Reale * Gregory R. Cox * Gary Slater * Louise M. Burke * 8 2017 12 7 856 863 10.1123/ijspp.2016-0311 Aerobic Evaluation in Elite Slalom Kayakers Using a Tethered Canoe System: A New Proposal

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Milena M. Parent, Michael L. Naraine and Russell Hoye

, it’s not as highly contested as running for public office or anything like that, but there is a level of performance expected from our volunteers.” (Canoe Kayak Canada representative) “The Executive Board or Congress may, from time to time, establish committees (standing and [ad hoc]), and