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Jade A.Z. Haycraft, Stephanie Kovalchik, David B. Pyne and Sam Robertson

relationship between physical fitness and match activity profiles across the AFL participation pathways levels is also required. Such knowledge would establish specific physical tests coaches and talent scouts should or should not consider for talent identification at specific AFL participation pathway levels

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Patricia Santos de Oliveira, Mey de Abreu van Munster, Joslei Viana de Souza and Lauren J. Lieberman

theoretical guide. The procedures were performed over six steps involving data familiarization, coding, theme identification, theme review, theme definition and naming, and recording ( Braun & Clarke, 2006 ). The data were entered in a spreadsheet, where information extracted from the articles was identified

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Joseph P. Winnick

This presentation traces and reviews past and contemporary concerns, issues, or priorities relating to professional preparation with special emphasis on the identification of people who have had a significant impact upon professional preparation, and the graduates of our programs, who will provide leadership in the future.

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Lea-Cathrin Dohme, David Piggott, Susan Backhouse and Gareth Morgan

development of constructs can lead to an over complication of research. Subsequently, the decision to refer to constructs’ individual PSCs was made to keep the results transparent and inclusive of constructs’ underpinning PSCs. Identification, Grouping, Labeling, and Categorization of PSCs Perceived to

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Conall F. Murtagh, Christopher Nulty, Jos Vanrenterghem, Andrew O’Boyle, Ryland Morgans, Barry Drust and Robert M. Erskine

150 milliseconds after force onset. The mean rapid force and RFD values from the 3 contractions were used for subsequent analysis. Force onsets were identified by manual identification according to guidelines proposed by Tillin et al. 21 The torque signal (for iMVCs and isometric explosive

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Erin Calaine Inglis, Danilo Iannetta, Daniel A. Keir and Juan M. Murias

The highest rate of muscle metabolism that can be maintained by the oxidative system in steady-state conditions without continual blood lactate accumulation and progressive depletion of high-energy phosphates sets the upper limit of tolerable intensity. Identification of this “critical intensity

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Carolina F. Wilke, Felipe Augusto P. Fernandes, Flávio Vinícius C. Martins, Anísio M. Lacerda, Fabio Y. Nakamura, Samuel P. Wanner and Rob Duffield

, respectively. In addition, ESs were moderate for tension (−0.81 and −0.84) and depression (−0.98 and −0.63) when comparing SL perc with FR and SL phy , respectively. Discussion This study investigated the identification of faster and slower posttraining recovery profiles in elite futsal players and the

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Gustavo Monnerat, Carlos A.R. Sánchez, Caleb G.M. Santos, Dailson Paulucio, Rodolfo Velasque, Geisa P.C. Evaristo, Joseph A.M. Evaristo, Fabio C.S. Nogueira, Gilberto B. Domont, Mauricio Serrato, Antonio S. Lima, David Bishop, Antonio C. Campos de Carvalho and Fernando A.M.S. Pompeu

would contribute to the unambiguous identification of putatively annotated metabolites. Conclusions We applied a metabolomics pipeline based on high-resolution MS along with multivariate and univariate statistics, and we were able to describe new metabolic aspects related to cardiorespiratory fitness

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Francesco Campa and Stefania Toselli

BIA data of a large sample of male volleyball players, including players who participate in the highest divisions of the Italian National League. Thus, our findings may be helpful for training monitoring, talent identification, and selection of players for volleyball. Further studies should suggest

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Emma K. Zadow, Cecilia M. Kitic, Sam S.X. Wu and James W. Fell

output measured by the KICKR over an extended period after regular use at the higher ranges of power (250–500 W) when performing laboratory training and performance assessments and for talent-identification purposes; however, caution should be applied when using the KICKR in the lower ranges of power