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Connor Burk, Jesse Perry, Sam Lis, Steve Dischiavi, and Chris Bleakley

tissue to adjacent injured tissue. A related hypothesis is that myofascial connectivity contributes to “remote exercise” effects. Remote effects might occur when mechanical manipulation at 1 part of a myofascial chain incurs a remote effect on range of motion, either caudally or cephalically. A commonly

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Kevin Mercier, Erin Centeio, Alex Garn, Heather Erwin, Risto Marttinen, and John Foley

In spring 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the majority of school instruction, including physical education (PE) to be delivered remotely. Prior to COVID-19, quality PE programs, whether in-person or remote, exhibited certain characteristics designed to promote student learning outcomes. SHAPE

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Jan Wilke, Kristin Kalo, Daniel Niederer, Lutz Vogt, and Winfried Banzer

treatment effects, the efficacy of corresponding interventions like SMR of the plantar aponeurosis should decrease in the older adults. This study was designed to gain further insight into the mechanisms of remote exercise effects. To gather hints for the impact of mechanical force transmission, we

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Philippe Richard and François Billaut

accentuated local hypoxic stress that may hasten peripheral fatigue development. 1 The precise effects of variations in muscular oxygenation on speed skating performance are, however, not clearly understood. Local ischemic preconditioning (IPC) and remote ischemic preconditioning (RIPC) expose tissue to

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Ryan Eckert, Jennifer Huberty, Heidi Kosiorek, Shannon Clark-Sienkiewicz, Linda Larkey, and Ruben Mesa

Drummond ( 2015 ) demonstrated the feasibility of delivering various online interventions to cancer patients/survivors; however, due to the mixed efficacy findings of the studies reviewed, the authors concluded that more research is needed with remote modes of intervention delivery. In light of the growing

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Reuben G. Stables, Andreas M. Kasper, S. Andy Sparks, James P. Morton, and Graeme L. Close

( Kirkpatrick & Collins, 2016 ). In an attempt to improve participant reporting accuracy in traditional pen-and-paper methods, Martin et al. ( 2009 ) developed the remote food photography method (RFPM), whereby participants record dietary intake in real-time via ecological momentary assessment. In this approach

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Duane Knudson and Melissa Bopp

resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Anecdotal accounts suggest positive student perception and potential utility when implementing them during pandemic emergency remote instruction ( Gerstenhaber & Har-El, 2021 ; Giles & Willerth, 2021 ; Lee et al., 2021 ; Ochia, 2021 ; Ramo et al., 2021 ; Troutman

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Vipul Lugade, Janeesata Kuntapun, Paphawee Prupetkaew, Sirinun Boripuntakul, Eric Verner, and Patima Silsupadol

number of steps identified across the 2-min walking period, respectively. Figure 1 —Placement of participants’ smartphones during the 3-day remote monitoring of gait. Upon completion of the laboratory session, participants were asked to don their smartphone for 3 consecutive days in real life while

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Miriam E. Leary, Randy W. Bryner, and Oladipo O. Eddo

In response to the pandemic, colleges and universities across the globe were forced to rapidly transition to remote teaching. Remote learning predates the COVID-19 pandemic, but the immediate impact of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak marked its exponential growth. The impact of COVID-19 on higher education

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Scott Cocking, Mathew G. Wilson, David Nichols, N. Timothy Cable, Daniel J. Green, Dick H. J. Thijssen, and Helen Jones

pressure. Studies have generally employed remote IPC in clinical populations relating to cardioprotection, but there is accumulating evidence that remote IPC can affect other organs (eg, skeletal muscle) and vascular beds to facilitate increased blood flow. 2 , 3 These finding have resulted in the