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...The newest edition of the Swimming Science Research Review was released today. The theme of this edition is physiology, make sure to order your copy to stay current...

...Reactive Strength| DRYLAND Ischemic Conditioning and Low-Intensity Exercise Effects| DRYLAND Acid-base Balance during 10 s work: 5 s Recovery| PHYSIOLOGY Back Muscle Size, Strength, and Pain | REHABILITATION Athletic Training...

...age-group (27%) and sub-elite swimmers (31%) V ast majority of the papers are interdisciplinary (31.34%), biomechanics (25.37%) and physiology researches (20.90%) S wimming research was published in journals with a...

...Less indication of muscle damage in the second than initial electrical muscle stimulation bout consisting of isometric contractions of the knee extensors. European Journal of Applied Physiology 108 (4), 709e717....

...Muscle Temperature Drop Improves Performance| WARM-UPShort PNF Stretching Does Not Improve Jumping| STRETCHINGDetraining in Children| PHYSIOLOGYUpper Extremity Compression Garment Increases Proprioception| PHYSIOLOGYVitamin D Deficiency in Athletes| NUTRITIONExercise-Induced Low Back Pain...

...final stages of a part-time PhD which is concerned with how pacing, physiology and perceptual responses influence triathlon performance, specifically in the presence of deceptively manipulated performance beliefs/feedback. I am...

...This is a written interview with Dr. Martina Maggioni, Ph.D. Dr. Maggioni is a leading researcher on athlete heart rate variability and a Assistant Professor of Physiology at...

...physiology. Don't rest during the short swimming off-season, keep learning and improving! Make sure you pick your copy up today to enhance your swimming and evidence-based coaching.  Contents Forward |...

...Physiology, 84, 107-114. Breen, L., Philp, A., Witward, O.C., Jackman, S.R., Selby, A., Smith, K., et al. (2011). The influence of carbohydrate-protein co-ingestion following endurance exercise on myofibrillar and mitochondrial...

...you pick your copy up today to enhance your swimming and evidence-based coaching. August Contents Neuromuscular Response to Pain and Exercise Induced Muscle Damage | PHYSIOLOGY Comparing Sprint and Strength...

   
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