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Charles M. Tipton

Within the archives of Springfield College are the unofficial minutes of the Gulick Academy of Physical Education from 1906–1909. Surprisingly, the attendance, participation, and presentations of Clark W. Hetherington were not very impressive, which raised the question, what had he accomplished to warrant the Academy designating him as its first member and president—or for making the Hetherington Award its highest honor? The answer is complex, but insights can be obtained from the results of an early association with Thomas D. Woods and from the implementation of his philosophy of play by select schools and states. By 1926, many universities had adopted his objectives and curricula for physical education, while his philosophy for physical education began to be promoted by the physical education profession. However, since 2010 the term physical education has been removed from our title and bylaws. Consequently, should we continue to have our highest honor be identified with the Hetherington Award? I sincerely hope so, but the issue should be addressed by our membership.

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Romana Brunner, Mario Bizzini, Nicola A. Maffiuletti, and Karin Niedermann

cat out of the bag: athletes, coaches and physiotherapists share their perspectives on injury prevention in elite sports . Br J Sports Med . 2019 ; 54 ( 14 ): 871 – 877 . PubMed ID: 31399427 doi:10.1136/bjsports-2019-100773 31399427 10.1136/bjsports-2019-100773 20. Farnik M , Pierzchała WA

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Julie Vaughan-Graham, Kara Patterson, Karl Zabjek, and Cheryl A. Cott

Human movement is a complex phenomenon presenting considerable challenges regarding how it is systematically and consistently described and investigated both from clinical and research perspectives ( Harbourne & Stergiou, 2009 ; Latash, Levin, Scholz, & Schöner, 2010 ; Levin, Liebermann, Parmet

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David I. Anderson and Richard E.A. van Emmerik

The 40th anniversary of the publication of George Brooks’s Perspectives on the Academic Discipline of Physical Education: A Tribute to G. Lawrence Rarick (1981) represents a wonderful opportunity to take stock of where the discipline of kinesiology stands today and how it has transformed over the

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Daniel J. Madigan, Henrik Gustafsson, Andrew P. Hill, Kathleen T. Mellano, Christine E. Pacewicz, Thomas D. Raedeke, and Alan L. Smith

area. For the present editorial, borrowing an idea from previous work ( Benet-Martínez et al., 2015 ), we have brought together a group of burnout researchers to offer their perspectives on where the field is headed. We have purposely invited researchers at various career stages, with a range of

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Maureen R. Weiss

? How do these worldviews inform present research trends? • Perspectives: Which theories emerged as appropriate for studying youth motivation in sport? What are their commonalities and nuances? What empirical findings cut across theories, highlighting their overlap in sources and outcomes of motivated

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Valter Di Salvo, Daniele Bonanno, Mattia Modonutti, Andrea Scanavino, Claudio Donatelli, Fabio Pigozzi, and Lorenzo Lolli

particular, the fact that the use of recovery strategies to address postmatch fatigue in professional soccer appears to rest solely on the practitioner’s perspective and arbitrariness requires consideration. 9 Accordingly, the individual player perspective deserves a more prominent role in understanding the

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Margaret C. Morrissey, Michael R. Szymanski, Andrew J. Grundstein, and Douglas J. Casa

.C. , Roberts , W.O. , & Pryor , R.R. ( 2019 ). Application of evidence-based recommendations for heat acclimation: Individual and team sport perspectives . Temperature, 6 ( 1 ), 37 – 49 . doi:10.1080/23328940.2018.1516537 10.1080/23328940.2018.1516537 Rav-Acha , M. , Hadad , E. , Epstein , Y

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Darda Sales and Laura Misener

because the demand for resources and quality training opportunities increases as an athlete progresses through their development ( Balyi et al., 2013 ; Côté, 1999 ; Gulbin et al., 2013 ). The perspective of para sport athletes on their own development experiences has been identified as an area that

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Dominique Banville, Risto Marttinen, and Alba Rodrigues

, researchers have tried to understand students’ perspectives about PE and why they choose to engage (or not) in physical activity in and outside of school ( Rikard & Banville, 2006 ; Cothran & Ennis, 1997 ; Martins et al., 2018 ; Phillips et al., 2021 ; Silverman, 2017 ). When students engage in meaningful