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International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport

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Creatine supplementation and endurance performance: surges and sprints to win the race

Creatine supplementation is an effective ergogenic aid to augment resistance training and improve intense, short duration, intermittent performance. The effects on endurance performance are less known. The purpose of this brief narrative review is to discuss the potential mechanisms of how creatine can affect endurance…

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Sports officials and parents as spectators: Diffusing tensions on the sidelines

Youth sport competitions are often emotionally charged events, with children, parents, coaches, and officials reporting emotions ranging from anxiety and stress through to enjoyment because of their involvement. One of the sources for the negative emotions and experiences associated with youth sport is the behaviors displayed by spectators on the sidelines…

The Physician and Sportsmedicine


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Journal of Applied Sport Psychology

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International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology

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Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition

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Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine

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International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education

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Early Sport Specialization Trends and Injuries in Former High School Athletes Specialized in Sports

Determining the effects of early specialization in a specific sport is difficult. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate its effects based on the type of sports. The purpose of this study was to investigate the proportion of participants who had been participating in a single sport, in individual or team sports from an early age and to compared the prevalence of acute and overuse injuries among these…

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Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
American Journal of Health Education
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This systematic review and meta-analysis aim to analyze the effects of ingesting non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) on physical performance, muscle strength, and muscle damage in three different moments: immediately, 24 and 48 h after resistance exercise practice.

The best golfers exceed the length and accuracy of their driver strokes. The distance and accuracy of the strokes are determined by the impact factors between the club and the ball. However, it is not known whether there are differences in the level and consistency of impact factors within high-level performance players.

We compared the effects of two 8-week concurrent strength and endurance trainings (CSETs) on running economy (RE) and running biomechanics, and we explored whether the effects on running biomechanics were mediated by responder status [high vs low responder based on −2.6% change in RE].

A think aloud (TA) protocol was used to explore whether thought processes and attentional focus differed between well-trained, trained, and recreationally-trained runners across a 5km tempo run. Eighteen runners completed a self-paced 5km tempo treadmill run.

Achilles tendinopathy was reported to have the highest incidence proportion of all running-related injuries. The purpose of this study was to analyse the association between the Achilles tendon structure and running activity status. 350 healthy participants (runners and inactive controls, 30-50 years) participated in this research.

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