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

. Movement velocity is dependent on both the magnitude of the load overcome and the voluntary intent of the athlete to move that load. 15 Thus, recent studies have established a very close relationship between movement velocity and the percentage of the 1-repetition maximum (%1RM) for a variety of exercises

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Khaya Morris-Binelli, Sean Müller and Peter Fadde

attempt has been made to determine whether game performance statistics are related to key theoretical and empirical factors of sport expertise such as visual anticipation. Better understanding of the relationship between testable attributes, such as visual anticipation, and batting performance statistics

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Chad Seifried, Brian Soebbing and Kwame J.A. Agyemang

interorganizational relationships (IR), which Babiak and Thibault ( 2008 ) defined as “voluntary, close, long-term, planned strategic action between two or more organizations with the objective of serving mutually beneficial purposes in a problem domain” (p. 282). The literature overall emphasizes IR as purposive

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Michael J.A. Speranza, Tim J. Gabbett, David A. Greene, Rich D. Johnston and Andrew D. Townshend

ballcarriers’ chest and shoulders and fewer than 25% of tackles were made at the torso region. 5 Tackles made at the shoulder and chest region are commonly referred to as “over-the-ball” or “smother tackles.” Research investigating the relationships between match-play tackle characteristics and outcomes found

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Hyo Jung Yoon, Sang Ah Lee, Young Jun Ju, Jin Young Nam and Eun-Cheol Park

level among adolescents in both sexes (94.8%). 4 The prevalence in girls is much higher, 97.8%, compared with the global average of 83.9%. Effective interventions need to be developed and implemented for promoting children’s PA level. According to social cognitive theory, the social relationship can

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Richard Larouche, Joel D. Barnes, Sébastien Blanchette, Guy Faulkner, Negin A. Riazi, François Trudeau and Mark S. Tremblay

rural areas. Therefore, the primary objective of our study was to investigate the relationships among IM, AT, and PA among children living in urban, suburban, and rural areas within 3 diverse regions of Canada. Unlike most previous studies, we used measures of AT and IM that were not restricted to the

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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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David Barranco-Gil, Jaime Gil-Cabrera, Pedro L. Valenzuela, Lidia B. Alejo, Almudena Montalvo-Pérez, Eduardo Talavera, Susana Moral-González and Alejandro Lucia

standardized warm-up (see “Methods” section). Previous studies using the previously mentioned warm-up protocol have assessed the relationship between FTP and other markers of the steady to nonsteady state transition, such as the lactate 4 or individual anaerobic threshold, 5 or the MLSS, 6 showing at best

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Pier Paolo Mariani, Luca Laudani, Jacopo E. Rocchi, Arrigo Giombini and Andrea Macaluso

specific time requirements as to when surgery can be performed. Nevertheless, the relationship between preoperative and postoperative quadriceps strength is more uncertain 10 when the quadriceps strength is evaluated 3 months after surgery. In addition, most of the previous studies were carried out in

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Pedro Teques, Luís Calmeiro, Henrique Martins, Daniel Duarte and Nicholas L. Holt

that EI ability is a component of sport parenting expertise. However, relationships between parent EI, coping, and verbal sideline behaviors have yet to be examined in the youth sport literature. Salovey and Mayer ( 1990 ) originally defined EI as a “subset of social intelligence that involves the