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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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Carolina F. Wilke, Samuel P. Wanner, Weslley H.M. Santos, Eduardo M. Penna, Guilherme P. Ramos, Fabio Y. Nakamura and Rob Duffield

This study is part of a larger project aiming at understanding recovery profiles of elite futsal athletes, and detailed information of the identification of the recovery profiles can be found elsewhere. 5 In brief, at the start of the preseason, players underwent a high-intensity training session

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Kurtis Pankow, Amber D. Mosewich and Nicholas L. Holt

with a pragmatic style. We coded Sandy as being mostly charismatic with an ideological mix because this description reflected the majority of his reported leadership behaviors. Factors Associated With the Development of Outstanding Leadership The inductive analysis led to the identification of four

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Alexander David Blackett, Adam B. Evans and David Piggott

abilities in an informal mode of coach talent identification. The athletes with the perceived attributes relevant for coaching efficacy were actively encouraged and provided with additional introductory coaching roles that supplemented their athletic careers. These opportunities were discursive attempts to

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Fernando Santos, Martin Camiré, Dany J. MacDonald, Henrique Campos, Manuel Conceição and Ana Silva

third authors. Braun et al. s’ ( 2016 ) six steps were followed. In phase one, the main researcher familiarised himself with the data by reading the interview transcripts, field notes, and reflective journals on multiple occasions. This opening analytical exercise led to the identification of initial

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James Stephenson, Colum Cronin and Amy E. Whitehead

identification of subordinate themes. • As the clustering of themes took place, the connections to the primary transcript were re-examined to ensure fit with the data. • Following this, a table of superordinate themes was created with clear links to subordinate themes. Once again, the researcher team examined

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Anna K. Melin, Ida A. Heikura, Adam Tenforde and Margo Mountjoy

across athletics events especially for those who participate in middle- and long-distance events or jumping events. Regardless of event, the early identification of LEA and associated health issues is essential to guide intervention and prevent long-term secondary health consequences. Therefore

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Kim C. Graber, Amelia Mays Woods, Chad M. Killian, K. Andrew R. Richards and Jesse L. Rhoades

sections discuss the identification and recruitment of participants, research instrumentation, and data analysis plan. This study was approved by the institutional review board at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Participant Identification and Recruitment The participants were identified

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Catherine P. Abel-Berei, Grace Goc Karp, Marcis Fennell, Elisa Drake and Simon Olsen

supported by each of the four levels. An additional, independent third researcher reviewed the data for accuracy, identification of similar themes, quotes to support each theme, and confirmation of saturation of the data. Table 3 Researcher Meetings and Progression of Data Analysis Meetings Codes Categories

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Mark Booth, Stephen Cobley and Rhonda Orr

, discrete acceleration bands, and repeated high-intensity efforts >3) was also recorded. Results Identification of Studies A total of 1316 studies were retrieved from 5 electronic databases (SPORTDiscus [N = 473], CINAHL [N = 189], Web of Science [N = 306], MEDLINE [N = 334], and AusSportMed [N = 14]) and