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173 183 10.1123/jsr.19.2.173 The Effects of Jump-Rope Training on Shoulder Isokinetic Strength in Adolescent Volleyball Players Irem Duzgun * Gul Baltaci * Filiz Colakoglu * Volga Bayrakci Tunay * Derya Ozer * 5 2010 19 2 184 199 10.1123/jsr.19.2.184 A Randomized, Controlled Study of a

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Counterpulsation on Running Performance and Perceived Recovery Suzanna Russell * Angus G. Evans * David G. Jenkins * Vincent G. Kelly * 27 02 2020 1 08 2020 15 7 920 926 10.1123/ijspp.2019-0605 ijspp.2019-0605 Jump-Rope Training: Improved 3-km Time-Trial Performance in Endurance Runners via Enhanced Lower

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Jessica L. Chandler, Keith Brazendale, Clemens Drenowatz, Justin B. Moore, Xuemei Sui, Robert G. Weaver and Michael W. Beets

for girls than organized activity sessions, it seems to have a beneficial effect on the amount of time spent sedentary. More specifically, organized adult-led games tend to include inactive elements such as waiting in lines to take turns (eg, kickball, jump rope), elimination from the activity

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You Fu and Ryan D. Burns

time windows of unstructured active free play per week, supervised by their classroom teacher and a graduate assistant. During each free-play session, students were offered a number of physical activity choices, such as soccer, basketball, jump rope, bean bag, and tag games located on either a standard

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Vinícius Y.B. Suetake, Emerson Franchini, Bruna T.C. Saraiva, Anne K.F. da Silva, Aline F.B. Bernardo, Rayane L. Gomes, Luiz Carlos M. Vanderlei and Diego G.D. Christofaro

a study with Japanese children of 6–11 years undergoing a physical exercise program that included activities such as aerobic dance, jumping rope, and jogging to music, also did not verify differences in the autonomic cardiac modulation of healthy children after the training program. One of the

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Tiffanye M. Vargas, Robbi Beyer and Margaret M. Flores

athletes to persist at the activity. But by giving athletes options and choices they are more likely to put forth effort because they are more interested in the outcome. An example would be to offer athletes options for their conditioning activity (e.g., lap around the field, shuttle lines, jump roping

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Sarah A. Amin, Paula J. Duquesnay, Catherine M. Wright, Kenneth Chui, Christina D. Economos and Jennifer M. Sacheck

,” and “3 sports.” Free play only consisted of unstructured activities including but not limited to playing on a playground, playing tag, jump rope, and skipping. Sports took precedence in the coding if listed with a free play activity. Therefore, if a child indicated a free play activity and one

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Sofiya Alhassan, Christine W. St. Laurent, Sarah Burkart, Cory J. Greever and Matthew N. Ahmadi

-related activities as part of an incentive challenge (eg, screen-free day or take a family walk). Preschoolers who completed at least half of the activities with their families received a PA incentive bag (ie, a bag with a kite, beach ball, and jump rope) at the end of the study. Assessment and Measures Outcome

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Jesse Mala, Jennifer McGarry, Kristen E. Riley, Elaine C.-H. Lee and Lindsay DiStefano

sedentary. Physical education classes typically consisted of pickup basketball, jump rope, partner throwing and catching, group volleying with a ball, or sitting down on the bleachers talking with peers. The physical education teachers would primarily assume a supervisory approach engaging with students who

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Christine Galvan, Karen Meaney and Virginia Gray

jump rope games to increase levels of cardiorespiratory endurance. A variety of activities (based on student feedback) were taught, which facilitated high levels of student engagement. Upon conclusion of the main activity, preservice teachers and participants discussed their performance as a group, and