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Hal A. Lawson

/Leadership, and Social Welfare, and my roles have taken me to Public Health and Recreation/Leisure Studies. These boundary-crossing and bridge-building experiences have produced a dual status. I am an insider because my social identity is tied to Kinesiology, and I contribute to the literature. I am an outsider

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Chi-Whan Choi, Jung-Wan Koo, and Yeon-Gyu Jeong

Spine stability exercises are widely used in the management of individuals with low back pain and in healthy populations to enhance spine stabilization 1 and improve athletic performance. 2 Among spine stability exercises, the side-bridge exercise is intended for endurance training and optimal

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Jared A. Russell

process, rigor, and expectations of advancing to graduate school. In addition, undergraduate research experiences, when used to form the core of a structured undergraduate-to-graduate school bridging or transitioning program, have been especially beneficial to undergraduate students, particularly those

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Soo-Yong Kim, Jae-Seop Oh, and Min-Hyeok Kang

The bridge exercise is a partial weight-bearing exercise supported by both legs 1 that has been used in clinical practice to improve the trunk-extensor (eg, erector spinae [ES]) and hip-extensor (eg, gluteus maximus [GM]) muscles. 2 , 3 Schellenberg et al 4 reported that lumbar extensor and

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Tomoki Oshikawa, Gen Adachi, Hiroshi Akuzawa, Yu Okubo, and Koji Kaneoka

, the methods to improve the function of the QL have not been clarified. Bridge exercise aims for coactivation of local and global muscles and is one of the methods to improve QL function. Many studies on bridge exercise reported contributions to the improvement and prevention of lumbar and lower

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Kyung-eun Lee, Seung-min Baik, Chung-hwi Yi, Oh-yun Kwon, and Heon-seock Cynn

electromyography (EMG) has reported that the side bridge exercise highly activates the Gmed. 6 , 7 Side bridge exercises strengthen the hip and trunk muscles and challenge the trunk muscles without the high lumbar compression associated with trunk extension or curls. 8 , 9 Many studies examined the effect of

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Per G. Svensson and Richard Loat

experiences with SDP bridge-building efforts along with relevant literature to identify how multistakeholder initiatives can be better leveraged for sustainable change. 1 Sport for development and peace initiatives are generally designed to combat social imbalances and issues through sport-based interventions

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David Ekholm

, introduces people to social relations and forming social networks. Such social relations create trust and reciprocity between people—in this sense, social capital is the integral resource embedded within these networks. Social capital, from this point of view, is developed as bridging or bonding social

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Israel Halperin

that coaches are not interested in, 3 which may perpetuate the cycle of disconnection. Therefore, bridging the gap between exercise scientists and coaches remains an important goal. Recently, Harper and McCunn 5 recommended that exercise scientists implement qualitative research to better connect

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Matthew Andrew, Paul R. Ford, Matthew T. Miller, Allistair P. McRobert, Nathan C. Foster, Guido Seerden, Martin Littlewood, and Spencer J. Hayes

.g., courses, workshops, CPD) programmes ( Gilbert, Côté, & Mallett, 2006 ; Stoszkowski & Collins, 2016 ). To bridge the gap between science and application, coaches, players, and applied researchers could “cocreate” coach education programs ( Cushion et al., 2012 ; Low et al., 2013 ; Partington & Cushion, 2013 ) via