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Long-Term Training-Induced Changes in Sprinting Speed and Sprint Momentum in Elite Rugby Union Players
Abstract Barr, MJ, Sheppard, JM, Gabbett, TJ, and Newton, RU. Long-term training-induced changes in sprinting speed and sprint momentum in elite rugby union players. J Strength Cond Res 28(10):Expand
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Transfer Effect of Strength and Power Training to the Sprinting Kinematics of International Rugby Players
Abstract Barr, MJ, Sheppard, JM, Agar-Newman, DJ, and Newton, RU. Transfer effect of strength and power training to the sprinting kinematics of international rugby players. J Strength Cond Res 28(9):Expand
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The Importance of Maximal Leg Strength for Female Athletes When Performing Drop Jumps
Abstract Barr, MJ and Nolte, VW. The importance of maximal leg strength for female athletes when performing drop jumps. J Strength Cond Res 28(2): 373–380, 2014—A common suggestion is that aExpand
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Effect of 8 Days of a Hypergravity Condition on the Sprinting Speed and Lower-Body Power of Elite Rugby Players
Abstract Barr MJ, Gabbett TJ, Newton RU, and Sheppard JM. Effect of 8 days of a hypergravity condition on the sprinting speed and lower-body power of elite rugby players. J Strength Cond Res 29(3):Expand
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The Effect of Ball Carrying on the Sprinting Speed of International Rugby Union Players
Speed is considered to be a highly valuable ability in rugby union. One unique aspect of rugby is that players need to be effective at sprinting while carrying a rugby ball. Previous researchExpand
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Gaming for graduates : exploring the use of video games to develop graduate attributes
This work examines the effects of playing commercial video games on the development of the student abilities referred to as 'graduate attributes'. Graduate attributes are those generic skills such asExpand