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Richard B. Kreider

technique, reactive, active acceleration, frequency, complex speed drills), agility training (e.g., perceptual/decision-making drills, technical-agility drills), plyometrics (e.g., exercises with eccentric, amortization/transition, and concentric contraction phases), deceleration and jump training (e

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Agnes Kovacs, Tamas Doczi and Dunja Antunovic

.1123/ijsc.3.4.454 10.1123/ijsc.3.4.454 Hutchins , B. ( 2011 ). The acceleration of media sport culture: Twitter, telepresence and online messaging . Information, Communication & Society, 14 ( 2 ), 237 – 257 . doi:10.1080/1369118X.2010.508534 10.1080/1369118X.2010.508534 Hutchins , B. , & Boyle , R

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Roger Baines

content analysis of athlete tweets . International Journal of Sport Communication, 3 ( 4 ), 454 – 471 . doi:10.1123/ijsc.3.4.454 10.1123/ijsc.3.4.454 Hutchins , B. ( 2010 ). The acceleration of media sport culture . Information, Communication & Society, 14 ( 2 ), 237

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Elizabeth B. Delia

. doi:10.1123/jsm.21.3.319 10.1123/jsm.21.3.319 Hogg , M.A. , & Abrams , D. ( 1988 ). Social identifications: A social psychology of intergroup relations and group processes . New York, NY : Routledge . Hutchins , B. ( 2011 ). The acceleration of media sport culture . Information

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Michelle Hayes, Kevin Filo, Caroline Riot and Andrea Geurin

): A case study examining PGA Tour golfers’ Twitter use during the Masters . International Journal of Sport Communication, 7 ( 2 ), 245 – 260 . doi:10.1123/IJSC.2013-0130 10.1123/IJSC.2013-0130 Hutchins , B. ( 2011 ). The acceleration of media sport culture: Twitter, telepresence and online

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Timothy W. Cacciatore, Patrick M. Johnson and Rajal G. Cohen

acceleration. Compliant Adaptation As compliant adaptation causes changes in body posture that persist after the applied forces are removed, the feedback loops for yielding must converge on the tonogenic brain areas to change the set point of tone. Compliant tone regulation occurs through lengthening and

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David I. Anderson

, experiments in which prelocomotor infants were given 15 days of experience in a PMD have revealed significant improvements in visual–postural coupling ( Uchiyama et al., 2008 ) and greater heart-rate acceleration (indicative of wariness) when infants were lowered toward a drop-off ( Dahl et al., 2013