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Standing Height and its Estimation Utilizing Foot Length Measurements in Kosovan Adults: National Survey

Corresponding Author: Stevo Popovic Co-Authors: Fitim Arifi, Dusko Bjelica Article in press: The purpose of this research is to examine standing height in both Kosovan genders as well as its association with foot length, as an alternative to estimating standing height. A total of 1623 individuals (830 male and 793 female) participated in this research. The anthropometric measurements were taken according to the protocol of...

Effects of Plyometric and Cluster Resistance Training on Explosive Power and Maximum Strength in Karate Players

Corresponding Author: Mohsen Aminaei Co-Authors: 1.Sodabe Yazdani 3. Mohhamadreza amirseifadini Article in press: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of plyometric and cluster resistance training on explosive power and maximum strength in karate players. Eighteen women, karate players (age mean ± SD 18.22 ± 3.02 years, mean height 163 ± 0.63cm, and mean body mass 53.25 ± 7.34 kg) were...

Roller-Ski Aerobic High-Intensity Interval Training Improves the VO2max and Anaerobic Power in Cross-Country Skiers

Corresponding Author: DR. BAHAR ATEŞ Co-Authors: DR. EBRU ÇETİN Article in press: The purpose of this study was to investigate the 8-week of roller-ski aerobic high-intensity interval training on aerobic and anaerobic power in cross-country skiers. 10 male (age, 18.3±2.1 years; height, 171.3±4.12 cm; weight, 61.4±6.28 kg) and 8 female (age, 16.1±0.3 years; height, 158.3±6.47 cm; weight, 49.3±0.7 kg) junior cross-country skiers completed the study. All...

Concurrent training and caffeine supplementation on resistance training performance - A short research report

Corresponding Author: Victor M Curty Co-Authors: Daniel B Ugatti, Victor M Curty, Rafael Pereira and Marco Machado Article in press: The aim of this study was to examine the influence of caffeine supplementation (4.5 mg⋅kg−1) on lower body resistance training performance preceded with and without an acute bout of endurance exercise. In a double-blinded crossover study, 10 moderately active males (20.6±2.1 yo) carried out six exercise...

Heart rate and lactate response of junior handball players (Under 18) during competitive match play

Corresponding Author: Subir Gupta Co-Authors: Asis Goswami Article in press: Background: This study highlights the heart rate (HR) and blood lactate (La) response of junior handball players of two positions: wings and backs, during competitive matches. Methods: Heart rate and blood lactate of twelve handball players: 6 Backs (B) and 6 Wingers (W)] – were recorded in quarter- and semifinal matches of the tournament. HR was...

Effect of High Intensity Interval Training with Blood Restriction on Anaerobic Performance

Corresponding Author: Amir Behi Co-Authors: , Thomas Davin Fahey , Taher Afsharnezhad, Alireza Amani Article in press: Limiting venous blood flow restriction is a new approach of  training aims to improving high level of performance among athletes, which has shown prominent results at muscle hypotrophy and strength. KAATSU[1] is a training system including pressure belt imposed on the proximal part of the upper and lower bodies....

The effects of eight week yoga training on serum levels of Dehydroepiandrestrone sulfate and prolactin in women with multiple sclerosis

Corresponding Author: Seyed Mohsen Avandi Co-Authors: Akram Heidarian, Mohsen Ebrahimi Article in press: Background: The yoga training can affect positive impact on fatigue due to increase the force of muscle contraction. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of yoga training on serum levels of dehydroepiandrestrone sulfate and prolactin in women with multiple sclerosis. Methods: For this purpose, 24 female with...

Impact of Prolonged Periods Classroom Settings in Intra-abdominal fat area and its Consequence on Posture/Balance Control among Algerian Childhood College Preparatory School

Corresponding Author: Zerf Mohammed Co-Authors: Article in press: The play has been shown to help children adjust to the school setting and to enhance children's learning [1]. Since this theory, the current study was designed to examine the significance of mechanical effects of intra-abdominal on posture/balance control among the Algerian Childhood Primary Schools. Since our teachers emphasise the good classroom settings as a discipline pedagogical aspect...

Anthropometric and performance characteristics of the German rugby union 7s team

Corresponding Author: Erich Hohenauer Co-Authors: Alfred ML Rucker, Peter Clarys, Ursula M Küng, Rahel Stoop, Ron Clijsen Article in press: BACKGROUND: Somatotyping is advantageous in sports for the optimal development of performance level and injury prevention. The aim of this study was to describe the anthropometric and physical performance characteristics of the German national rugby union 7s team. Seventeen male rugby players, classified as...

Editor's Note, Metabolic Responses to Weight Lifting

Corresponding Author: Arnold Nelson Co-Authors: Article in press: Editor's Note, The ability to lift heavy loads while performing multiple repetitions is not only highly correlated with muscle mass or the total number actomyosin interactions, but also metabolic functions that includes substrate concentrations and by-product removal.  Muscles use adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in at least three locations during exercise; to run the actomyosin interaction, operate...

Exercise As Therapy for Gestational Diabetes: What's the Evidence?

Corresponding Author: Mark Wilson Co-Authors: Rami Shenouda Article in press: Exercise As Therapy for Gestational Diabetes:  What’s the Evidence? Rami Shenouda 1, Mark Wilson 1 1Orthopaedic Registrar, North West Regional Hospital, Burnie, Tasmania, ABSTRACT: Men and women differ greatly in their physiology; they are able to undertake different types and levels of activity, and also respond differently physiologically to aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Women...
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