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Kunal Bhanot, Navpreet Kaur, Lori Thein Brody, Jennifer Bridges, David C. Berry and Joshua J. Ode

shown to be direction dependent. 20 – 22 This means that one direction was not sensitive enough to identify deficits for various muscle groups and each direction of the SEBT can stimulate different muscles at various levels. To our knowledge, only one study has measured the hip muscle activity in the 3

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Jordan L. Fox, Robert Stanton, Charli Sargent, Cody J. O’Grady and Aaron T. Scanlan

based on the direction traveled by the player including the number of accelerations (−45° to 45°), decelerations (−135° to 135°), and changes of direction (COD; −135° to −45° for left and 45° to 135° for right COD) overall and at high (COD velocity >3.5 m·s −2 ) intensities. Jumps were also detected

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Peter Leinen, Thomas Muehlbauer and Stefan Panzer

conducted for the dominant and non-dominant leg separately for each soccer player and the swimmer. Furthermore, to test if the type of sport influenced postural control, the data for the static and dynamic tasks in AP and ML direction was analyzed in a 2 (sports type: soccer, swimming) × 3 (age group: U13

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Aitor Iturricastillo, Cristina Granados, Raúl Reina, José Manuel Sarabia, Ander Romarate and Javier Yanci

, propulsion, starting/stopping, and changing direction of the wheelchair) and ball handling (ie, shooting, passing, dribbling, or rebounding). 4 Thus, the key components of wheelchair court-sport performance, such as WB, are the athlete profile, competition environment, equipment, and physical capacity 5 to face WB

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Ji-Hyun Lee and Tae-Lim Yoon

direction before their SEBT performance was measured. The mean value of the 3 test trials was used for data analysis. 26 Lateral Step-Down Test The lateral step-down test is a clinical test used to quantify movement quality during a functional task. 27 A 20-cm-high step was used for the test, and the

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Paul A. Ullucci, Frank Tudini and Matthew F. Moran

using a coin, with heads indicating AN and tails indicating IP. The direction the subject’s head was rotated first was also randomized using a coin, with heads indicating right and tails indicating left. Subjects were placed in a seated position, as described by Amiri et al, 8 with their hair suitably

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Karl Fullam, Brian Caulfield, Garrett F. Coughlan, Wayne McNulty, David Campbell and Eamonn Delahunt

-leg tasks, such as changes of direction, landing, jumping, deceleration to a complete stop, and stabilization of the body during contact events. In an athletic population, dynamic postural balance testing is preferred to static postural stability testing, because it is more sensitive in detecting

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Athanasios Kolovelonis and Marios Goudas

accuracy ( Kolovelonis & Goudas, 2018 ). Data Handling and Statistical Analyses Two calibration indexes (i.e., accuracy and bias) were used. Calibration bias, an index of the direction of the calibration, was computed as the difference between predicted and actual performance in each test. Positive bias

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Nick Dobbin, Jamie Highton, Samantha L. Moss and Craig Twist

The physical demands of rugby league require players to perform high-intensity efforts that include high-speed running, sprinting, changing direction, tackling, and wrestling. 1 These characteristics are essential for players to succeed 1 and should be central to rugby league conditioning

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Nicholas J. Smeeton, Matyas Varga, Joe Causer and A. Mark Williams

disguise have on the anticipation of throw direction. As an alternative to the conventional manipulations used in previous studies, with the aid of computer simulation or willful actions being performed, for example, the design of three different garments were altered to disguise advance cues or deceive