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.1123/ijspp.2015-0684 Effect of ad Libitum Ice-Slurry and Cold-Fluid Ingestion on Cycling Time-Trial Performance in the Heat Ed Maunder * Paul B. Laursen * Andrew E. Kilding * 1 2017 12 1 99 105 10.1123/ijspp.2015-0764 Single-Leg Power Output and Between-Limbs Imbalances in Team-Sport Players

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Charles Goulet and Isabelle Rogowski

muscle strength imbalance implied by the weakness of the external rotator muscles compared to the internal rotators is potentially a risk factor for shoulder injury. 6 Additional strength training of the shoulder external rotator muscles is commonly recommended to prevent this shoulder muscle strength

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Dawn M. Emerson, Toni M. Torres-McGehee, Susan W. Yeargin, Kyle Dolan and Kelcey K. deWeber

one AT did not believe a player’s performance was affected by hydration status and four did not believe electrolyte imbalance affected performance (Table  2 ). There were no significant associations for when ATs believed hydration was most influential. “Other” hydration assessment techniques included

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Rodney Y. L. Wong, Patrick S. H. Yung and H. T. Leong

correlated with the reduction of acromiohumeral distance 7 and that weakness of shoulder external rotators (ER) and muscle imbalance of shoulder internal rotators (IR) and ER were associated with reduction of SAS in volleyball players. 8 Thus, maintenance of the SAS by strengthening the rotator cuff

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Pierre Samozino, Jean Romain Rivière, Jérémy Rossi, Jean-Benoit Morin and Pedro Jimenez-Reyes

movement/contraction velocities. An optimal Fv profile maximizing ballistic performance independently from power capacities exists for each athlete. 1 , 2 , 4 Strength training focusing on improving ballistic performances has been shown to be more effective when aiming at decreasing Fv imbalance, that is

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Jun-Seok Kim, Moon-Hwan Kim, Duk-Hyun Ahn and Jae-Seop Oh

The musculoskeletal disorder of scapular dysfunction is associated with sustained abnormal scapular posture, 1 muscle imbalance in the glenohumeral and scapulothoracic regions, 2 , 3 and repetitive movement with a deviated scapulohumeral rhythm. 4 A winged scapula (WS), which is known as

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Anna C. Gutierrez and Monica R. Lininger

high prevalence of ankle injuries in soccer athletes 1 – 5 makes them one of the best populations to study when attempting to reduce ankle injuries. Specifically, for soccer athletes, clinicians are concerned with lower-extremity (LE) muscular imbalances, 4 , 6 , 12 ROM, 4 , 6 , 8 – 11 and

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Jin Hyuck Lee, Ji Soon Park and Woong Kyo Jeong

loss of normal control of scapular movement and altered resting position. 1 It may be caused by multiple factors 2 , 3 such as nerve palsy, bone injury, soft tissue tightness, and periscapular muscle imbalance. Among them, soft tissue tightness and periscapular muscle imbalance are considered the

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Xiao Bao, Jie-Wen Tan, Ying Long, Howe Liu and Hui-Yu Liu

not be identified through various clinical examinations. A suggestive explanation is that this type of dizziness could likely be contributed by vasomotor dysfunction and/or imbalance of neurotransmitter release in brain. 14 , 15 The vasomotor dysfunction may cause insufficiency of cerebral blood

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Thales M. Medeiros, João B. Ribeiro-Alvares, Carolina G. Fritsch, Gabriel S. Oliveira, Lucas Severo-Silveira, Evangelos Pappas and Bruno M. Baroni

while prospective studies have demonstrated that players with eccentric hamstring weakness, 9 – 12 muscle strength imbalance (hamstring to quadriceps [H:Q] ratio), 12 – 14 and reduced BF LH fascicle length 11 are also more prone to sustaining HSIs. Hamstring strain injuries are potentially