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Fernando Santos, Marta Ferreira, and Nicholas L. Holt

Researchers have claimed that coaches and athletes are increasingly expected to use research evidence and innovation to gain competitive advantages (e.g.,  Arnold & Schilling, 2017 ), yet, scholars have also acknowledged that bridging gaps between research and practice in sport is challenging

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Ronald Gallimore

study the teaching practices of John Wooden, regarded by some observers as the greatest coach of the 20th century. It was an unusual decision by a junior professor; coaching was not a priority subject for psychological researchers. Unconventional studies can be risky in a publish or perish environment

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Mark S. Tremblay, Joel D. Barnes, Iryna Demchenko, Silvia A. Gonzalez, Javier Brazo-Sayavera, Jakub Kalinowski, Peter T. Katzmarzyk, Taru Manyanga, John J. Reilly, Stephen Heung Sang Wong, and Salomé Aubert

This brief report provides an overview of the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance (AHKGA), an introduction to the Global Matrix 4.0, an explanation of the value and opportunities that the AHKGA efforts and assets provide to the physical activity research, policy, practice, and advocacy community

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Carl Langan-Evans, Colum Cronin, Mark A. Hearris, Kirsty J. Elliott-Sale, and James P. Morton

contributing factor is the challenge of conducting high-quality research in female demographics, due to the diversity in ovarian hormone status across the lifespan ( Elliott-Sale et al., 2021 ). Within this context, the sport nutrition practices of female athletes is one of several under-researched areas where

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Ross C. Brownson, Cheryl M. Kelly, Amy A. Eyler, Cheryl Carnoske, Lisa Grost, Susan L. Handy, Jay E. Maddock, Delores Pluto, Brian A. Ritacco, James F. Sallis, and Thomas L. Schmid


Environmental and policy approaches are promising strategies to raise population-wide rates of physical activity; yet, little attention has been paid to the development and prioritization of a research agenda on these topics that will have relevance for both researchers and practitioners.


Using input from hundreds of researchers and practitioners, a research agenda was developed for promoting physical activity through environmental and policy interventions. Concept mapping was used to develop the agenda.


Among those who brainstormed ideas, 42% were researchers and 33% were practitioners. The data formed a concept map with 9 distinct clusters. Based on ratings by both researchers and practitioners, the policy research cluster on city planning and design emerged as the most important, with economic evaluation second.


Our research agenda sets the stage for new inquiries to better understand the environmental and policy influences on physical activity.

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Jeffrey J. Martin

Grants play a major role in higher education, including kinesiology. External funding is critical for many types of research and has come to be expected in higher education. This expectation has not always been the case, as 30–40 years ago very few faculty members were expected to obtain grants and

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Andrea Ramírez Varela and Michael Pratt

activity have increased as well. 2 However, one of every 3 adults worldwide remains physically inactive. 3 In 2012, the Global Observatory for Physical Activity (GoPA!) 4 was established to provide information that would enable countries to initiate or improve research capacity, surveillance systems

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Martin D. Hoffman

finishes in the United States in 2019 was roughly 25% of the number of marathon finishes in the same year. 2 , 3 Along with the growth in ultramarathon participation has come a growth in research activity, as was evidenced from an unstructured analysis of PubMed-indexed publications through 2015. 4 Yet

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Michael A. Hemphill, and Sara B. Flory

Double-blinded peer review, in which neither the author nor the reviewers are aware of one another’s identities, has become foundational to the academic publishing process across areas of scientific research ( DeMaria, 2011 ; Kirk, Hastie, MacPhail, O’Donovan, & Quennerstedt, 2014 ). Nevertheless

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Priscila Tamplain, E. Kipling Webster, Ali Brian, and Nadia C. Valentini

, 2017 ; Robinson, Stodden et al., 2015 ). The importance of motor development is clearly established in the literature. Thus, current research has now shifted towards the study of several aspects related to assessments of motor performance. Aspects of assessment include but are not limited to