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Samantha M. Gray, Peggy Chen, Lena Fleig, Paul A. Gardiner, Megan M. McAllister, Joseph H. Puyat, Joanie Sims-Gould, Heather A. McKay, Meghan Winters and Maureen C. Ashe

.1056/NEJMra1510059 27518663 19. Ashe MC , Winters M , Hoppmann CA , et al. “Not just another walking program”: Everyday Activity Supports You (EASY) model—a randomized pilot study for a parallel randomized controlled trial . Pilot and Feasibility Studies . 2015 ; 1 : 4 . doi:10

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Bronagh McGrane, Sarahjane Belton, Stuart J. Fairclough, Danielle Powell and Johann Issartel

findings, the authors cautioned for the need to evaluate the intervention with a larger sample in a randomized controlled trial (RCT). It is evident that there is a lack of FMS proficiency among adolescents, which may lead to difficulties in developing more advanced sport-specific skills. 1 If this lack

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John H. Hollman, Tyler A. Berling, Ellen O. Crum, Kelsie M. Miller, Brent T. Simmons and James W. Youdas

adult women. We hypothesized the cueing procedures would facilitate gluteus maximus recruitment without increasing hamstring recruitment. Methods Design This was a pretest-posttest randomized controlled trial design with a 1:1 allocation ratio. Independent variables included 1 between-group variable

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Brian Catania, Travis Ross, Bradley Sandella, Bradley Bley and Andrea DiTrani Lobacz

global and local muscles to a traditional exercise program on the activation of the abdominal and trunk muscles. Finally, we aimed to examine the validity of the clinical screening tool via MSUS. Methods Study Design This study was a double-blind, randomized controlled trial. All participants provided

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Sharon Hetherington, Paul Swinton, Tim Henwood, Justin Keogh, Paul Gardiner, Anthony Tuckett, Kevin Rouse and Tracy Comans

this particular barrier to participation. The cost savings attributable to decreased health care utilization were also explored in the analyses. Methods Muscling Up Against Disability was a stepped-wedge randomized control trial to assess the effect of a progressive resistance plus balance training

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Damla Gulpinar, Sibel Tekeli Ozer and Sevgi Sevi Yesilyaprak

designed as a prospective, randomized controlled trial using repeated measures. Ninety-one overhead athletes from local sports clubs were enrolled in the study. Sample selection and data collection were done in local sports clubs where players practiced sports between July and December 2015. The study

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Mastour S. Alshaharani, Everett B. Lohman, Khaled Bahjri, Travis Harp, Mansoor Alameri, Hatem Jaber and Noha S. Daher

objective of this study was to compare the effect of Protonics ™ knee brace versus sport cord on knee pain and function in patients with PFPS. Methods Design This study is a randomized controlled trial with 2 treatment groups—the Protonics ™ knee brace group and the sport cord group. Subjects with PFPS

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Neal R. Glaviano, Ashley N. Marshall, L. Colby Mangum, Joseph M. Hart, Jay Hertel, Shawn Russell and Susan Saliba

, Hamstra-Wright K . Strengthening of the hip and core versus knee muscles for the treatment of patellofemoral pain: a multicenter randomized controlled trial . J Athl Train . 2015 ; 50 ( 4 ): 366 – 377 . PubMed ID: 25365133 doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-49.3.70 30. Hamstra-Wright KL , Aydemir B

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Francisco Alvarez-Barbosa, Jesús del Pozo-Cruz, Borja del Pozo-Cruz, Antonio García-Hermoso and Rosa María Alfonso-Rosa

, activities of daily living , random allocation and randomized controlled trial ( RCT ). The search queries for the eight electronic databases are shown in Supplementary Material (available online). Study Selection The inclusion criteria (a) were RCT investigating the effects of WBV in

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Ruben Barakat, Mireia Pelaez, Rocio Montejo, Ignacio Refoyo and Javier Coteron

Background:

In spite of an extensive knowledge of the physiologic features of exercise during pregnancy, we still lack a comprehensive understanding of the effects of different types, intensities and duration of exercise throughout pregnancy on maternal and fetal well being. The aim of the current study was to examine the influence of an aerobic exercise program throughout pregnancy on gestational age at the moment of delivery.

Methods:

This study was a randomized controlled trial. Three hundred and twenty Caucasian (Spanish) healthy pregnant women with singleton gestation were randomly assigned to either an exercise (n = 160) or a control (n = 160) group. Gestational age (weeks) and other outcomes were measured. The exercise program included 85 sessions (general fitness class, 3 times/week, 55–60 min/session from weeks 8–10 to weeks 38–39 of pregnancy).

Results:

Two hundred and ninety women were analyzed (exercise group EG, n = 138, control group CG, n = 152). The mean gestational age did not differ between groups (EG= 39.7± 1.3 vs CG= 39.6 ± 1.1 weeks, P = .81). Relative to preterm deliveries in EG we found 6 (4.3%) and 11 (7.2%) in CG, (P = .73).

Conclusions:

A supervised program of moderate exercise performed throughout pregnancy is not a risk of preterm delivery for healthy pregnant women.