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Short-duration sprints (<10 seconds), interspersed with brief recoveries (<60 seconds), are common during most team and racket… Expand Abstract The aims in this review are: (1) to identify physiological determinants of performance; (2) to consider training… Expand This article describes the physiologic and neural mechanisms that cause neuromuscular fatigue in racquet sports: table tennis… Expand In physical education, the Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) pedagogical strategy has attracted significant attention from… Expand Abstract The major racket sports include badminton, squash, table tennis and tennis. The growth of sports science and the… Expand Human action is, in general, characterized by a sequence of specific body postures. An action is often recognizable from a single… Expand Abstract While it is generally assumed that complex movements consist of a sequence of simpler units, the quest to define these… Expand Tennis is a popular racquet sport played by boys, girls, men and women. Tennis players frequently begin playing in childhood and… Expand To investigate if participation in sports increases the risk of developing osteoarthrosis of the hip, we did a case-control study… Expand The latency and consistency of simple reaction time, choice reaction time, and movement time of older men who chronically run or… Expand