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A Constant Balancing Act: Delivering Sustainable University Instructional Physical Activity Programs

Sheri J. Brock, Christina Beaudoin, Mark G. Urtel, Lisa L. Hicks, and Jared A. Russell

investment in IPAPs ( Brock et al., 2016 ; Russell, Wadsworth, Hastie, & Rudisill, 2014 ). Challenge 5: Providing Quality IPAP Curriculum and Instruction Course quality is a concern of IPAPs and often is attributed to differences in instructors ( Langdon & Wittenberg, 2019 ; Melton et al., 2016 ). As

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Not All Doctoral Programs Are Created Equally

Jeffrey D. James

, leadership, and peer recognition of his or her contributions. d. Must reflect those qualities demonstrated by Dr. Zeigler in the areas of student growth and development, leadership, service, scholarship, and collegiality. e. Must have made a significant contribution to the field of Sport Management. Thinking

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Poor Sleep Quality’s Association With Soccer Injuries: Preliminary Data

Andressa Silva, Fernanda V. Narciso, Igor Soalheiro, Fernanda Viegas, Luísa S.N. Freitas, Adriano Lima, Bruno A. Leite, Haroldo C. Aleixo, Rob Duffield, and Marco T. de Mello

Sleep is a basic requirement for human health and, given its restorative qualities, is recognized as an important component of an athlete’s recovery. 1 Although both the quantity and the quality of sleep are important, sleep quality remains an area lacking research focus when evaluating recovery

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Quality Control of Protein Supplements: A Review

Bruno Ruiz Brandão da Costa, Rafaela Rocha Roiffé, and Márcia Nogueira da Silva de la Cruz

( Maughan, 2013 ), recent studies show that their quality control is an issue to be raised ( De Ceglie et al., 2015 ; Garrido et al., 2016 ; Jiao et al., 2019 ; Roiffé et al., 2019 ; Sánchez-Oliver et al., 2018 ). This article aimed to review the consumption of protein supplements, with a focus on

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Examining Program Quality in a National Junior Golf Development Program

Sara Kramers, Martin Camiré, and Corliss Bean

, & Koshy, 2015 ), few studies to date have directly compared implicit and explicit programs to situate the relationship of each approach with program quality and PYD (e.g.,  Bean & Forneris, 2016 ). Such comparative studies are warranted to empirically support recent theoretical claims that an explicit

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Quality of Participation Experiences in Special Olympics Sports Programs

Kelly P. Arbour-Nicitopoulos, Natasha Bruno, Krystn Orr, Roxy O’Rourke, Virginia Wright, Rebecca Renwick, Kirsten Bobbie, and James Noronha

quality of their sport participation ( Evans et al., 2018 ; McGarty & Melville, 2018 ). In particular, youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) who have impairments in intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior ( American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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Iranian Coaches Forgiveness and Relationship Quality to Their Athletes

Hassan Gharayagh Zandi, Sahar Zarei, Mohammad Ali Besharat, Davoud Houminiyan sharif abadi, and Ahmad Bagher Zadeh

interrelated” (p. 245). Jowett presented a conceptual model known as the 3-C model that defines three basic dimensions of the coach–athlete relationship: feelings (closeness), thoughts (commitment), and behaviors (complementarity) ( Jowett & Ntoumanis, 2004 ). Evidence has shown that the quality of the coach

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The Multifaceted Meaning of Sport Psychology Professional Quality of Life

Alessandro Quartiroli, Edward F. Etzel, Sharon M. Knight, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

-Haase, 1999 ) in that practitioners experience an impaired ability to effectively provide services to those they serve. Researchers have shown how unresolved stressors and under-recovery from stressors can interfere with practitioners’ professional functioning, leading to an impaired quality of work

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Mental Qualities and Techniques in Tactical Populations: A Systematic Review

Johannes Raabe, Elmer Castillo, and Johannes Carl

practice and (b) the empirical evidence needs to be easily accessible to practitioners. Craig et al. ( 2008 ) argued that, to develop high-quality interventions, “the first step is to identify what is already known about similar interventions” (p. 1656). In this regard, review studies appear to be

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Training Quality—What Is It and How Can We Improve It?

Silvana Bucher Sandbakk, Jacob Walther, Guro Strøm Solli, Espen Tønnessen, and Thomas Haugen

quality of the training process and execution of training sessions are key factors separating the best from the rest. 3 In contrast to the large amount of research focusing on varying loading factors, the concept of training quality including definition, underpinning factors, and strategies to improve