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Khaya Morris-Binelli, Sean Müller and Peter Fadde

, which uses detailed individual player game performance data to rate and predict future individual game performance ( Beneventano et al., 2012 ). Sabermetrics surge to popularity occurred after it was suggested that the Oakland Athletics Major League Baseball Organization, depicted in the book Moneyball

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Kazuhiro Harada, Kouhei Masumoto and Narihiko Kondo

. Mental well-being and mental distress represent positive and negative aspects of mental health, respectively. To measure mental well-being, the simplified Japanese version of the World Health Organization Five Well-Being Index 29 was utilized. This index consists of 5 items, with participants responding

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Martin C. Waller, Deborah A. Kerr, Martyn J. Binnie, Emily Eaton, Clare Wood, Terreen Stenvers, Daniel F. Gucciardi, Carmel Goodman and Kagan J. Ducker

, where athletes sourced their supplements, influences on supplement use/nonuse, and self-reported knowledge of supplements were assessed. Additionally, knowledge of national sporting organization, institute, and anti-doping policies (Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority and World Anti-Doping Agency

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Mathew Hillier, Louise Sutton, Lewis James, Dara Mojtahedi, Nicola Keay and Karen Hind

, constituting the largest inquiry to date, call for urgent action from MMA organizations to safeguard the health and well-being of athletes competing in this sport. Acknowledgments The study was designed by M. Hillier, K. Hind, L. Sutton, and L. James; data were collected and analyzed by M. Hillier, D

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Mark Kenneally, Arturo Casado and Jordan Santos-Concejero

, but presents evidence (when analyzed retrospectively) for the organization of high-intensity training into zones based on a percentage of race pace, rather than physiological zones, which appears to be relatively consistent across distances. A training session at a given percentage of race pace for a

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Simone A. Tomaz, Anthony D. Okely, Alastair van Heerden, Khanya Vilakazi, Marie-Louise Samuels and Catherine E. Draper

less useful” to “much more useful”). National Stakeholder Meeting Representatives from both national government and nongovernment organizations (NGOs) were brought together as part of the interdepartmental committee on ECD convened by the National Department of Basic Education. One hundred and eighteen

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Angela Maria Hoyos-Quintero and Herney Andrés García-Perdomo

language, state of publication, or publication time. All of these search strategies are to be found in Appendix 1 . Other electronic sources were used to find additional studies, such as Google Scholar,, DARE, PROSPERO, Health Technology Assessment (HTA), World Health Organization

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Shona L. Halson, Louise M. Burke and Jeni Pearce

/vegetarian’; see Lis et al., 2018 ), portable/nonperishable snacks, and specialized sports foods/drinks. Management solutions include pretrip organization of required needs with the destination caterers or appropriate suppliers or the freighting/self-carriage of key foods from home within logistical

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Lisa Sheppard, Jane Senior, Chae Hee Park, Robin Mockenhaupt and Wojtek Chodzko-Zajko

At the National Blueprint Consensus Conference in October 2002, representatives of more than 50 national organizations convened to identify strategies to advance the National Blueprint: Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults Age 50 and Older. Participants were assigned to 5 breakout groups—home and community, marketing, medical systems, public policy, and research—each charged with identifying the 3 highest priority strategies in its area for effectively increasing physical activity in the midlife and older adult population. In addition, 3 “cross cutting” strategies were added, which were broad-based in scope and that applied to more than 1 of the breakout themes. An organization was identified to plan and implement each strategy. The conference identified strategies and tactics to overcome societal barriers to physical activity among the targeted population. An organization was identified to plan and implement each of the 18 strategies using professional networks and established delivery channels and communication systems to translate this plan into action.

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Anna E. Chalkley, Ash C. Routen, Jo P. Harris, Lorraine A. Cale, Trish Gorely and Lauren B. Sherar

Health Organization, 2018 ). Schools have the unique ability to reach a wide range of children from across the population, regardless of social background, and over a continuous period of time ( Anderssen, 2013 ). Their importance in contributing to children’s physical activity and health is demonstrated