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Kelsey Dow, Robert Pritchett, Karen Roemer and Kelly Pritchett

familiarization, anthropometric measurements (weight, height, and reach height) were taken and urine samples collected and analyzed to determine a baseline hydration status. Participants were weighed wearing minimal clothing (sports bra and spandex shorts). Urine specific gravity was determined through use of a

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J. Luke Pryor, Brittany Christensen, Catherine G. R. Jackson and Stephanie Moore-Reed

before testing. Participants fasted for 4 hours prior to testing, They drank 500 mL (2 cups) of water 3 hours before and 250 mL (1 cup) of water 1 hour before the testing session to ensure euhydration. Hydration was evaluated via urine refractometry and color. If urine-specific gravity was >1.025, the

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Kayleigh R. Erickson, Gregory J. Grosicki, Mara Mercado and Bryan L. Riemann

was verified by ensuring participant’s urine-specific gravity was above 1.0. Height and weight were measured for each participant using a wall-mounted stadiometer and a calibrated digital scale, respectively. Bone mineralization measurements and analyses were obtained via DXA (Lunar iDXA; GE