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Riana R. Pryor, Summer Runestad, Bethany A. Chong Gum, Nathan J. Fuller, Moon Kang and Jennifer J. Beck

written to regulate the practice of athletic training by requiring registration of ATs in the state. 12 Unfortunately, the Assembly Bill did not move forward for a vote in the state senate, leaving the state without regulation of the practice of athletic training. Lack of regulation can lead to

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Paul A. Davis, Louise Davis, Samuel Wills, Ralph Appleby and Arne Nieuwenhuys

 al., 2016 ; Tamminen & Bennett, 2016 ; Tamminen & Crocker, 2013 , Tamminen, Palmateer, et al., 2016 ). Although recent studies have examined the process and implications of emotion regulation in individual athletes (i.e., intrapersonal emotion regulation; Wagstaff, 2014 ) and between teammates (i

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Christopher R. D. Wagstaff

This study used a single-blind, within-participant, counterbalanced, repeated-measures design to examine the relationship between emotional self-regulation and sport performance. Twenty competitive athletes completed four laboratory-based conditions; familiarization, control, emotion suppression, and nonsuppression. In each condition participants completed a 10-km cycling time trial requiring self-regulation. In the experimental conditions participants watched an upsetting video before performing the cycle task. When participants suppressed their emotional reactions to the video (suppression condition) they completed the cycling task slower, generated lower mean power outputs, and reached a lower maximum heart rate and perceived greater physical exertion than when they were given no self-regulation instructions during the video (nonsuppression condition) and received no video treatment (control condition). The findings suggest that emotional self-regulation resource impairment affects perceived exertion, pacing and sport performance and extends previous research examining the regulation of persistence on physical tasks. The results are discussed in line with relevant psychophysiological theories of self-regulation and fatigue and pertinent potential implications for practice regarding performance and well-being are suggested.

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Brittany N. Semenchuk, Shaelyn M. Strachan and Michelle Fortier

Most Canadians are not active enough ( Colley et al., 2011 ; Statistics Canada, 2016 ) to achieve health benefits ( Lee, Artero, Sui, & Blair, 2010 ). This trend of inactivity may be due, in part, to the self-regulatory effort required to adhere to exercise ( Mermelstein & Revenson, 2013 ). Self-regulation

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Avelina C. Padin, Charles F. Emery, Michael Vasey and Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser

with more favorable implicit attitudes exercised more on average than those with unfavorable attitudes, even after controlling for forms of explicit attitudes such as affective and instrumental attitudes. Self-Regulation and Implicit Attitudes Effortful control, an important component of self

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Kristy Martin, Kevin G. Thompson, Richard Keegan and Ben Rattray

performance of professional cyclists on the mentally fatiguing cognitive task led us to suggest that professional athletes may possess greater capacity for self-regulation than recreational athletes ( Martin et al., 2016 ). Self-regulation refers to the act of exerting control over one’s behavior and has been

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Gorden Sudeck, Stephanie Jeckel and Tanja Schubert

PA-related health competence—the dimensions of control competence for physical training and control competence for PA-specific affect regulation. This competence-oriented view highlights how individuals can contribute to the quality of their PA in terms of its beneficial effects on health and well

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Alannah K. A. McKay, Ida A. Heikura, Louise M. Burke, Peter Peeling, David B. Pyne, Rachel P.L. van Swelm, Coby M. Laarakkers and Gregory R. Cox

). Despite the potential long-term implications to athlete health and performance, studies exploring these effects in elite athletes are lacking. Therefore, we quantified the effect of a sleep-low protocol in the daily training environment on markers of inflammation, iron regulation, and immune function in

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Calvin Nite and Marvin Washington

and television has been checkered with fear, uncertainty, and heated battles over the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) regulative authority. The case of the NCAA and its regulation of televised college football highlights both the success and failure of policy in addressing innovation

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Travis J. Peterson and Jill L. McNitt-Gray

impulse perpendicular to the target was found to be maintained near 0, while net linear impulse parallel to the target was less toward the target as players hit swings with a driver compared with a 6-iron. This coordination strategy implies a specific role of each leg during the golf swing. The regulation