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Benita J. Lalor, Shona L. Halson, Jacqueline Tran, Justin G. Kemp and Stuart J. Cormack

characteristics of AF players has only been explored in a camp setting, where changes in session RPE showed a moderate negative correlation with sleep duration. 7 Importantly, the relationship between load and the sleep characteristics following the training session was not investigated. Higher training loads

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Benjamin R. Wilson, Kaley E. Robertson, Jeremy M. Burnham, Michael C. Yonz, Mary Lloyd Ireland and Brian Noehren

various components of lower-extremity and core strength and injury, 7 – 9 the relationship between hip strength and performance on the Y Balance Test has yet to be fully elucidated. 10 – 12 Only 2 studies to date have assessed correlations between the SEBT or Y Balance Test and hip strength. Hubbard et

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Bradley S. Beardt, Myranda R. McCollum, Taylour J. Hinshaw, Jacob S. Layer, Margaret A. Wilson, Qin Zhu and Boyi Dai

et al 21 screened female netball athletes using the LESS and tuck jump assessment. Athletes also performed a netball leap landing after catching a pass, while kinematic and kinetic data were collected. For hip and knee joint angles and moments, the only significant correlation was found between the

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Revay O. Corbett, Tyler R. Keith and Jay Hertel

report their perceived confidence utilizing a modified VAS for confidence. Statistical Analysis Descriptive statistics were calculated for each functional tasks and the PROs (mean, median, and SD). Pearson r correlations were calculated between measures on the 4 PROs and the confidence VAS scores

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Fernando Klitzke Borszcz, Artur Ferreira Tramontin and Vitor Pereira Costa

demonstrated by Harnish et al 9 and Campbell et al, 10 the velocity at 40-km TT (approximately 60 min) has trivial differences and nearly perfect correlations ( r  = .92 and .99, respectively) with the velocity at the MLSS. 9 , 10 However, a TT duration of approximately 60 minutes is extremely stressful and

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Paul Comfort, Thomas Dos’Santos, Paul A. Jones, John J. McMahon, Timothy J. Suchomel, Caleb Bazyler and Michael H. Stone

during a multijoint IMTP, 1 with correlations between force at specific time points (50, 90, and 250 ms) and jump performance improving with an increase in duration (later time points). 11 It is important to reliably measure such changes in force production to monitor the training status of athletes

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Hyunjae Jeon, Melanie L. McGrath, Neal Grandgenett and Adam B. Rosen

, and the single rater was blinded to the previous assessment. Each measurement was performed 3 times, and the mean value was used in statistical analysis. Intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC 2, k ) and SEM were used to assess the test–retest intrarater reliability. The rater demonstrated good to

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Hitoshi Koda, Yoshihiro Kai, Shin Murata, Hironori Osugi, Kunihiko Anami, Takahiko Fukumoto and Hidetaka Imagita

walking by using Pearson’s correlation coefficient. Moreover, regarding the muscles recognized to have significant correlation with the body sway, defining the quartile of subjects with the greatest body sway as “increased sway,” we used the receiver operating characteristic curve to calculate the

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Shelby A. Peel, Lauren E. Schroeder, Zachary A. Sievert and Joshua T. Weinhandl

higher in the unanticipated decelerating task than the unanticipated cutting task, and (3) positive correlations between peak ASF and peak KAM associated specifically with the unanticipated decelerating task and the unanticipated cutting task. Methods Prior to data collection, experimental procedures

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Herman van Werkhoven and Stephen J. Piazza

reduced MTP joint work during running for individuals with smaller toes, but the authors did not measure metabolic cost in the same subjects. Thus, it remains unclear whether the reported correlations between heel length and the metabolic cost of running are associated with higher forces in the Achilles