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Effective Athlete Monitoring: Wellness Questionnaires

Advancements in both sports science and technology have resulted in the development of very sophisticated equipment for monitoring athletes and quantifying training load. At elite levels of competition, coaches may be using expensive GPS devices to keep track of player load. Blood tes
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Relationships Between Ground Reaction Force Impulse and Kinematics of Sprint Running Acceleration

The literature contains some hypotheses regarding the most favorable ground reaction force (GRF) for sprint running and how it might be achieved.
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Relaxation and Sprinting in Team Sports

Coaches and athletes are well aware that the absence of efficient, tension- free muscular movement produces more rapid fatigue, poor performance, and increases the incidence of injuries.
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Maximal Velocity Sprint Mechanics

Sprinting is a complex task that places a high neuromuscular demand on the performer and requires high levels of coordinated movement and appropriate sequencing of muscle activations to perform at peak levels.
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