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American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Exercise and fluid replacement.
This Position Stand provides guidance on fluid replacement to sustain appropriate hydration of individuals performing physical activity. The goal of prehydrating is to start the activity euhydratedExpand
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Blood volume: importance and adaptations to exercise training, environmental stresses, and trauma/sickness.
This paper reviews the influence of several perturbations (physical exercise, heat stress, terrestrial altitude, microgravity, and trauma/sickness) on adaptations of blood volume (BV), erythrocyteExpand
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American College of Sports Medicine roundtable. The physiological and health effects of oral creatine supplementation.
Creatine (Cr) supplementation has become a common practice among professional, elite, collegiate, amateur, and recreational athletes with the expectation of enhancing exercise performance. ResearchExpand
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National Athletic Trainers' Association Position Statement: Exertional Heat Illnesses.
OBJECTIVE  To present best-practice recommendations for the prevention, recognition, and treatment of exertional heat illnesses (EHIs) and to describe the relevant physiology of thermoregulation. Expand
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Preseason heat-acclimatization guidelines for secondary school athletics.
Inter-Association Task Force for Preseason Secondary School Athletics Participants: Lawrence E. Armstrong, PhD, FACSM ; Lindsay B. Baker, PhD`; Michael F. Bergeron, PhD, FACSM‰; Virginia M. Buchanan,Expand
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Sweat and sodium losses in NCAA football players: a precursor to heat cramps?
This observational study was designed to determine whether football players with a history of heat cramps have elevated fluid and sodium losses during training. During a "two-a-day" training camp,Expand
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Sickle cell trait.
  • E. Eichner
  • Medicine
  • Journal of sport rehabilitation
  • 1 August 2007
Sickle cell trait can pose a grave risk for some athletes. In the past few years, exertional sickling has killed nine athletes, including five college football players in training.Expand
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Youth football: heat stress and injury risk.
Michael F. Bergeron, Ph.D., FACSM (Co-Chair)Douglas B. McKeag, M.D., FACSM (Co-Chair)Douglas J. Casa, Ph.D., ATC, FACSMPriscilla M. Clarkson, Ph.D., FACSMRandall W. Dick, FACSME. Randy Eichner, M.D.,Expand
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Sickle Cell Trait in Sports
  • E. Eichner
  • Medicine
  • Current sports medicine reports
  • 1 November 2010
Sickle cell trait (SCT) can pose a grave risk for some athletes. In the past decade in NCAA Division I football, no deaths have occurred from the play or practice of the game, but 16 deaths haveExpand
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The inter-association task force for preventing sudden death in collegiate conditioning sessions: best practices recommendations.
In January 2012, the National Athletic Trainers' Association, along with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, convened a meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Its purpose was to holdExpand
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