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Effects of Resisted Sled Towing on Sprint Kinematics in Field‐Sport Athletes
Weighted sled towing is a common resisted sprint training technique even though relatively little is known about the effects that such practice has on sprint kinematics. The purpose of this study wasExpand
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A comparison of methods to quantify the in-season training load of professional soccer players.
PURPOSE To compare various measures of training load (TL) derived from physiological (heart rate [HR]), perceptual (rating of perceived exertion [RPE]), and physical (global positioning system [GPS]Expand
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THE EFFECTS OF RESISTED SPRINT TRAINING ON ACCELERATION PERFORMANCE AND KINEMATICS IN SOCCER,RUGBY UNION, AND AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS
Acceleration is a significant feature of game-deciding situations in the various codes of football. However little is known about the acceleration characteristics of football players, the effects ofExpand
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Kinematic determinants of early acceleration in field sport athletes.
Acceleration performance is important for field sport athletes that require a high level of repeat sprint ability. Although acceleration is widely trained for, there is little evidence outliningExpand
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Relationship Between Unilateral Jumping Ability and Asymmetry on Multidirectional Speed in Team-Sport Athletes
Abstract Lockie, RG, Callaghan, SJ, Berry, SP, Cooke, ERA, Jordan, CA, Luczo, TM, and Jeffriess, MD. Relationship between unilateral jumping ability and asymmetry on multidirectional speed inExpand
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Change of Direction Deficit: A More Isolated Measure of Change of Direction Performance Than Total 505 Time
Abstract Nimphius, S, Callaghan, SJ, Spiteri, T, and Lockie, RG. Change of direction deficit: A more isolated measure of change of direction performance than total 505 time. J Strength Cond Res 30Expand
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Reliability and Validity of a New Test of Change-of-Direction Speed for Field-Based Sports: the Change-of-Direction and Acceleration Test (CODAT).
Field sport coaches must use reliable and valid tests to assess change-of-direction speed in their athletes. Few tests feature linear sprinting with acute change- of-direction maneuvers. TheExpand
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Change of Direction and Agility Tests: Challenging Our Current Measures of Performance
ABSTRACT THE ABILITY TO CHANGE DIRECTION IS A HIGHLY VALUED ATHLETIC QUALITY IN SPORT AND HAS BEEN MEASURED EXTENSIVELY. DESPITE THE IMPORTANCE AND MAGNITUDE OF RESEARCH ON CHANGE OF DIRECTION (COD)Expand
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Factors That Differentiate Acceleration Ability in Field Sport Athletes
Lockie, RG, Murphy, AJ, Knight, TJ, and Janse de Jonge, XAK. Factors that differentiate acceleration ability in field sport athletes. J Strength Cond Res 25(10): 2704–2714, 2011—Speed andExpand
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The Effects of Different Speed Training Protocols on Sprint Acceleration Kinematics and Muscle Strength and Power in Field Sport Athletes
Abstract Lockie, RG, Murphy, AJ, Schultz, AB, Knight, TJ, and Janse de Jonge, XAK. The effects of different speed training protocols on sprint acceleration kinematics and muscle strength and power inExpand
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