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Sergio Jiménez-Rubio, Archit Navandar, Jesús Rivilla-García and Victor Paredes-Hernández

by another set of 4 DRSA drills. 34 Each DRSA was carried out at a 40-m + 40-m distance (8 + 8 s) at velocities ≥ 18 km/h. There was a rest of 16 s between DRSA, and 1′45″ on completion of each set. 8 min 18 s 11 Three sets of soccer-specific drills, including change of direction with uncertainty

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Mathieu Lacome, Ben M. Simpson, Yannick Cholley, Philippe Lambert and Martin Buchheit

player: 71 (6) m 2 , 6 repetitions, time on: 3 minutes, time off: 90 seconds; (2) 6v6+GKs, n = 46, 30 × 40 m, 87 (8) m 2 , 4 repetitions, 4 minutes, 2 minutes; (3) 8v8+GKs, n = 50, 40 × 40 m, 106 (6) m 2 , 2 repetitions, 10 minutes, 3 minutes; and (4) 10v10+GKs, n = 62, 102 × 67 m, 311 m 2 , 1 repetition

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Sarah J. Willis, Jules Gellaerts, Benoît Mariani, Patrick Basset, Fabio Borrani and Grégoire P. Millet

mountain ultramarathon is spent moving uphill at low intensity (50%–70% V ˙ O 2 peak ). 16 The vertical velocities used in the present study (0.33 and 0.30 m·s −1 for men and women, respectively) correspond to the lower values reported in Minetti et al 17 (0.30–0.40 m·s −1 ), Giovanelli et al 18 (0

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Heidi R. Thornton, Jace A. Delaney, Grant M. Duthie and Ben J. Dascombe

whether a “real” change has occurred. 42 For example, when determining a change in a fitness test score such as a 40-m sprint, the typical error may be 0.09 seconds. Therefore, any change in 40-m sprint time of <0.09 seconds would not constitute a “real” change in performance, whereas changes of >0

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Peter A. van de Hoef, Jur J. Brauers, Maarten van Smeden, Frank J.G. Backx and Michel S. Brink

outcome. The most used distance was 10 m, 22 , 23 , 24 – 26 , 29 , 28 , 30 followed by 20 m, 21 , 23 , 25 – 27 , 28 , 29 5 m, 19 , 21 , 23 , 25 , 26 , 28 , 34 30 m, 20 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 27 and 40 m 30 (Figures  4 – 8 ). The data from some studies were incomplete and could therefore not be included in

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Wonseok Jang, Yong Jae Ko, Daniel L. Wann and Daehwan Kim

 = 19) reported similar levels of suspense ( M winning = 5.43; M losing = 5.93, F (1, 17) = .58, p  = .46), engagement ( M winning = 5.40; M losing = 5.81, F (1, 17) = .48, p  = .50), enjoyment ( M winning = 5.60; M losing = 5.78, F (1, 17) = .08, p  = .78), and arousal ( M winning = 5.40

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Marni J. Simpson, David G. Jenkins, Aaron T. Scanlan and Vincent G. Kelly

.39 m. A HIE was any movement (ACCEL, DECEL, or COD) performed at an intensity ≥3.0 m·s −2 and jump ≥0.40 m. 19 Internal-Workload Measurement Internal workload was measured using the sRPE 21 and summated heart rate zones (SHRZ) 21 models during training and matches. Within 30 minutes of completing

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Tomohiro Yasuda

measurement from test to retest was 2.4%. A wooden molded chair (0.40 m height and 0.30 m depth) was used for the sit-to-stand test. The subjects were asked to stand up from a sitting position and then to sit down during 30 seconds as many times as possible. The subjects were instructed to stand up fully and

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Xavier D. Thompson and Brianna DiAntonio

 × 10 m Single-leg standing hip flexion Long sprint intervals, hill sprints, or stadium stairs Single-leg standing hip flexion Repeat 100-m sprints, hill sprints, or stadium stairs Broad jumps: 3 × 6 BOSU lunges Band-resisted hip flexion: 4 × 5 BOSU lunges Sled sprints: 3 × 20–40 m Medicine ball toss: 3

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James J. Hannigan, Louis R. Osternig and Li-Shan Chou

their normal training shoes during this study so that new footwear would not alter their normal running gait. No subject wore minimalist or maximalist shoes. After a static calibration trial, participants ran overground laps of approximately 40 m at their self-selected “easy” run pace in the Motion