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Weekly Swimming Round-up

Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to
swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

Journal Round-up 

  1. Optimal Body Size and Limb-Length Ratios Associated with 100-m PB Swim Speeds.
  2. Estimating the energy contribution during single and repeated sprint swimming.
  3. Quantification of continual anthropogenic pollutants released in swimming pools.
  4. Disinfection byproducts in swimming pool: occurrences, implications and future needs.
  5. Validation of GPS and accelerometer technology in swimming.
  6. The Effects of an Injected Placebo on Endurance Running Performance.
  7. Aerobic Fitness Affects the Exercise Performance Responses to Nitrate Supplementation.

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Weekly Round-up

Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to
swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

Journal Round-up 

  1. Vitamin C and E supplementation alters protein signalling after a strength training session, but not muscle growth during 10 weeks of training.
  2. Impact of Intravenous Iron on Aerobic Capacity and Iron Metabolism in Elite Athletes.
  3. Effects of Five Nights under Normobaric Hypoxia on Sleep Quality.
  4. Microvascular Dilator Function in Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
  5. Evaluation of Sports Nutrition Knowledge and Recommendations Among High School Coaches.
  6. Influence of pacing manipulation on performance of juniors in simulated 400-m swim competition.

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Weekly Round-Up

Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to
swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

Journal Round-up 

  1. Wearable inertial sensors in swimming motion analysis: a systematic review.

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Weekly Round-up

Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to
swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

Journal Round-up 

  1. An epidemiological investigation of training and injury patterns in triathletes.
  2. Effectiveness of aquatic exercise for musculoskeletal conditions: a meta-analysis.

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Weekly Swimming Round-up

Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to
swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

Journal Round-up

  1. Unsteady hydrodynamic forces acting on a hand and its flow field during sculling motion.
  2. Acute hormonal responses before and after 2 weeks of HIT in well trained junior triathletes.
  3. Train the Brain: Novel Electroencephalography Data Indicate Links between Motor Learning and Brain Adaptations.
  4. Effects of endurance and high-intensity swimming exercise on the redox status of adolescent male and female swimmers.
  5. Association of the MTHFR 1298A>C (rs1801131) polymorphism with speed and strength sports in Russian and Polish athletes.
  6. Comparison of starts and turns of national and regional level swimmers by individualized-distance measurements.

Blog Round-up

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Medical expenditures in Division I collegiate athletics: an analysis by sport and gender.
    2. Competitive Sport Involvement and Substance Use among Adolescents: A Nationwide Study.

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Comparison of the effects of active, passive and mixed warm ups on swimming performance. 
    2. Pitching effects of buoyancy during four competitive swimming strokes. 
    3. Effect of imposing changes in kick frequency on kinematics during undulatory underwater swimming at maximal effort in male swimmers. 
    4. Phases of the Swim-start in Paralympic Swimmers are Influenced by Severity and Type of Disability. 
    5. A cross-sectional study examining shoulder pain and disability in Division I female swimmers. 
    6. EFFECT OF POSTACTIVATION POTENTIATION ON FIFTY METERS FREESTYLE IN NATIONAL SWIMMERS. 
    7. Unsteady hydrodynamic forces acting on a robotic arm and its flow field: application to the crawl stroke. 
    8. Intra-abdominal pressure during swimming.
      Sprinting Performance and Resistance-Based Training Interventions: A Systematic Review.

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Backstroke swimming: exploring gender differences in passive drag and instantaneous net drag force.
    2. From early to adult sport success: analysing athletes' progression in national squads.
    3. MOTOR IMAGERY-BASED BRAIN ACTIVITY PARALLELS THAT OF MOTOR EXECUTION: EVIDENCE FROM MAGNETIC SOURCE IMAGING OF CORTICAL OSCILLATIONS.
    4. Sleep or swim? Early-morning training severely restricts the amount of sleep obtained by elite swimmers.
    5. Study of major factors developed among young swimmers during the practice session and competition causing interference of their performances.
    6. Factors determining swimming efficiency observed in less skilled swimmers.
    7. Inter-arm coordination and intra-cyclic variation of the hip velocity during front crawl resisted swimming.

    Blog Round-up

    1. Volume 20, Issue 1, "Strength Training 7"
    2. Creatine + Sodium Bicarbonate: Two New Studies Show You Can Make the Most-Researched Ergogenic Even Better W/ a Few Grams of Baking Soda - Sign. & Non-Sign. Benefits
    3. Dealing with Anticipated Stress
    4. 6 Reasons Why Kids Should Play Sports
    5. Are the Hamstrings Really Primarily Fast-Twitch?
    6. Training Asymmetries with FMS Principles
    7. Random Thoughts on Sports Performance Training: Installment 6
    8. Creatine for Swimmers
    9. Future of Swimming Training
    10. Dryland for Swimmers: Don't Fall into the Traps!
    11. Swimming for Chronic Pain
    12. Friday Interview: Dr Chris Mills and Dr. Mitch Lomax Discusses Breast Influence on Biomechanics

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up


    1. Effect of beetroot juice supplementation on aerobic response during swimming.
    2. Increased Variability of Lap Speeds Differentiate Medallists and Non-Medallists in Middle Distance Running and Swimming Events.
    3. EFFECTS OF MASSAGE ON MUSCULAR STRENGTH AND PROPRIOCEPTION AFTER EXERCISE-INDUCED MUSCLE DAMAGE.
    4. Effects of Supplemental Citrulline Malate Ingestion During Repeated Bouts of Lower-body Exercise in Advanced Weight Lifters.
    5. Effect on swimming start performance of two types of activation protocols: Lunge and YoYo Squat.
    6. Effectiveness of a dry-land resistance training program on strength, power and swimming performance in Paralympic swimmers.
    7. The effects of myofascial release with foam rolling on performance.
    8. Static stretching can impair explosive performance for at least 24 hours.
    9. Hydrodynamic Analysis of Different Finger Positions in Swimming: A Computational Fluid Dynamics Approach.

    Blog Round-up

    1. Teens, Sleep Deprivation and Morning Swim Practices – Revisited
    2. Friday Interview: Stefan Szczepan Ph.D. Discusses Immediate Feedback in Swimmers
    3. Do Growth Spurts Increase Injury Risk?
    4. Science of Performance: Strength Training and Swimming Performance
    5. gu u ,Should Coaches Change Asymmetries in Swimmers: Part III
    6. Life-Long Swimming Movement
    7. Are Push-Ups Safe for Swimmers?

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Swimming goggle wear is not associated with an increased prevalence of glaucoma.
    2. Characterization of speed fluctuation and drag force in young swimmers: a gender comparison.
    3. Ovarian suppression impairs sport performance in junior elite female swimmers.
    4. Swimming and Other Sporting Activities and the Rate of Falls in Older Men: Longitudinal Findings From the Concord Health and Ageing in Men Project.

    Blog Round-up

    1. Healthy Breaststroke Kick Basics
    2. Breast Size and Swimming
    3. Soft Tissue Therapy Improves Immune Function
    4. Early Diversification for Swimmers
    5. Programming the Plank for Swimming
    6. The odds of being born a superhero: An examination of the genetic limits to strength
    7. Prevent Knee Injuries With This Single Leg Back Extension Dryland Tip
    8. 3 Ways Strength and Plyometric Training Can Help Athletes
    9. Which type of periodization is best for power?
    10. What Exercise Can I Do to Increase Maximal Muscle Power?

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Relationship between sprint performance of front crawl swimming and muscle fascicle length in young swimmers.
    2. The relative age effect among elite youth competitive swimmers.Interventions associated with drowning prevention in children and adolescents: systematic literature review.
    3. Sex-based effects on immune changes induced by a maximal incremental exercise test in well-trained swimmers.
    4. Biochemical and hematological changes following the 120-km open-water marathon swim.
    5. The movement of the trunk and breast during front crawl and breaststroke swimming.
    6. Kinematical Analysis along Maximal Lactate Steady State Swimming Intensity.

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    Blog Round-up

    1. Swimming By the Numbers: How Elite Men Swim the 200 IM
    2. Post-Operative Prognosis for Swimmers
    3. Friday Interview: Dr. Lizzie Hibberd Discusses Swimmer's Shoulder Prevention
    4. Swimming By the Numbers: How Elite Women Swim the 200 IM
    5. Do-It-Yourself Myofascial Release
    6. Trials of a Supergroup

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming
    biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    Blog Round-up

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming
    biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Effect of Changes in Pelvic Tilt on Range of Motion to Impingement and Radiographic Parameters of Acetabular Morphologic Characteristics.
    2. Increases in Lower-Body Strength Transfer Positively to Sprint Performance: A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis.
    3. Effects of soluble milk protein or casein supplementation on muscle fatigue following resistance training program: a randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled study.


    Blog Round-up

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming
    biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    1. Swimming Stroke Mechanical Efficiency and Physiological Responses of 100-m
      Backstroke with and without the use of paddles.
    2. The power output and sprinting performance of young swimmers.
    3. Isolated Core Training Improves Sprint Performance in National-Level Junior Swimmers.
    4. Growth influences biomechanical profile of talented swimmers during the summer break.
    5. Effect of Fatigue Upon Performance and Electromyographic Activity in 6-RM Bench Press.
    6. The changes of heart rate variability in response to deep breathing in professional swimmers.
    7. The effects of vitamin D on skeletal muscle strength, muscle mass and muscle power: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
    8. Aspects of Respiratory Muscle Fatigue in a Mountain Ultramarathon Race.
    9. Short-term performance effects of three different low-volume strength-training programmes in college male soccer players.
    10. Protein-Leucine Fed Dose Effects on Muscle Protein Synthesis After Endurance Exercise.
    11. Ergogenic Effect of a Traditional Natural Powder: Ghavoot.

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming

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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming
    biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up


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    Weekly Round-up

    Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming
    biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

    Journal Round-up

    Blog Round-up

    1. Friday Interview: Dr. Vassilis Mougios Discuses Nutrition for Swimmers
    2. Dryland Mistake: CrossFit for Swimmers Part III
    3. Talent Code & Deep Practice Specialist Daniel Coyle
    4. A Quick Lesson in Antioxidants for Swimmers
    5. Multivitamins for Swimmers? Do They Work?
    6. True or False: The Occasional Weekend Alcohol Binge Does not Hamper Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy, Will Not Decrease Testosterone and Cannot Impair Your Strength & Recovery
    7. 4 Reasons Endurance Swimmers Should Strength Train.
    8. Acute Creatine Consumption Doesn't Improve Swimming Performance
    9. How does range-of-motion affect strength gains?Subacromial Bursa Thickness and Swimming Shoulders
    10. KINETIC ENERGY IN SWIMMING – PART 1.2
    11. Cramps in Swimming....What is the Cause?
    12. IMPROVE YOUR BREASTSTROKE KICK FLEXIBILITY WITH THIS THERABAND DRILL
    13. SCIENCE OF PERFORMANCE: HOW TO TREAT CALF CRAMPS

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      Weekly Round-up

      Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming
      biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc. If you wish to add, please add an article in the comments section.

      Journal Round-up

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