Carrying out of specific physical routines or procedures by one who is trained or skilled in physical activity. Performance is influenced by a combination of physiological, psychological, and socio-cultural factors.
Activities or games, usually involving physical effort or skill. Reasons for engagement in sports include pleasure, competition, and/or financial reward.
Illegitimate use of substances for a desired effect in competitive sports. It includes humans and animals.
Agents that improve the ability to carry out activities such as athletics, mental endurance, work, and resistance to stress. The substances can include PRESCRIPTION DRUGS; DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS; phytochemicals; and ILLICIT DRUGS.
Individuals who have developed skills, physical stamina and strength or participants in SPORTS or other physical activities.
The field of medicine concerned with physical fitness and the diagnosis and treatment of injuries sustained in exercise and sports activities.
A condition in which one or more of the arches of the foot have flattened out.
These compounds stimulate anabolism and inhibit catabolism. They stimulate the development of muscle mass, strength, and power.
An activity in which the body is propelled by moving the legs rapidly. Running is performed at a moderate to rapid pace and should be differentiated from JOGGING, which is performed at a much slower pace.
The time span between the beginning of physical activity by an individual and the termination because of exhaustion.
A competitive team sport played on a rectangular field. This is the American or Canadian version of the game and also includes the form known as rugby. It does not include non-North American football (= SOCCER).
Products in capsule, tablet or liquid form that provide dietary ingredients, and that are intended to be taken by mouth to increase the intake of nutrients. Dietary supplements can include macronutrients, such as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats; and/or MICRONUTRIENTS, such as VITAMINS; MINERALS; and PHYTOCHEMICALS.
Physical activity which is usually regular and done with the intention of improving or maintaining PHYSICAL FITNESS or HEALTH. Contrast with PHYSICAL EXERTION which is concerned largely with the physiologic and metabolic response to energy expenditure.
A subtype of striated muscle, attached by TENDONS to the SKELETON. Skeletal muscles are innervated and their movement can be consciously controlled. They are also called voluntary muscles.
The coordination of a sensory or ideational (cognitive) process and a motor activity.
The detailed examination of observable activity or behavior associated with the execution or completion of a required function or unit of work.
A methylxanthine naturally occurring in some beverages and also used as a pharmacological agent. Caffeine's most notable pharmacological effect is as a central nervous system stimulant, increasing alertness and producing agitation. It also relaxes SMOOTH MUSCLE, stimulates CARDIAC MUSCLE, stimulates DIURESIS, and appears to be useful in the treatment of some types of headache. Several cellular actions of caffeine have been observed, but it is not entirely clear how each contributes to its pharmacological profile. Among the most important are inhibition of cyclic nucleotide PHOSPHODIESTERASES, antagonism of ADENOSINE RECEPTORS, and modulation of intracellular calcium handling.
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A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
Inhaling and exhaling the smoke from CANNABIS.
"The business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature" (Webster's 3d). It includes the publisher, publication processes, editing and editors. Production may be by conventional printing methods or by electronic publishing.
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The back (or posterior) of the FOOT in PRIMATES, found behind the ANKLE and distal to the TOES.
A SOXE transcription factor that plays a critical role in regulating CHONDROGENESIS; OSTEOGENESIS; and male sex determination. Loss of function of the SOX9 transcription factor due to genetic mutations is a cause of CAMPOMELIC DYSPLASIA.
Any one of five terminal digits of the vertebrate FOOT.
The joint that is formed by the inferior articular and malleolar articular surfaces of the TIBIA; the malleolar articular surface of the FIBULA; and the medial malleolar, lateral malleolar, and superior surfaces of the TALUS.
The region of the lower limb between the FOOT and the LEG.
Harm or hurt to the ankle or ankle joint usually inflicted by an external source.
The distal extremity of the leg in vertebrates, consisting of the tarsus (ANKLE); METATARSUS; phalanges; and the soft tissues surrounding these bones.
Those characteristics that distinguish one SEX from the other. The primary sex characteristics are the OVARIES and TESTES and their related hormones. Secondary sex characteristics are those which are masculine or feminine but not directly related to reproduction.
The normal length of time of an organism's life.
A plant genus of the family ASCLEPIADACEAE. This is the true milkweed; APOCYNUM & EUPHORBIA hirta are rarely called milkweed. Asclepias asthmatica has been changed to TYLOPHORA.
A collective genome representative of the many organisms, primarily microorganisms, existing in a community.
The full collection of microbes (bacteria, fungi, virus, etc.) that naturally exist within a particular biological niche such as an organism, soil, a body of water, etc.
Generally refers to the digestive structures stretching from the MOUTH to ANUS, but does not include the accessory glandular organs (LIVER; BILIARY TRACT; PANCREAS).
The genomic analysis of assemblages of organisms.

Hazardous drinking in New Zealand sportspeople: level of sporting participation and drinking motives. (1/240)

AIMS: To examine the relationship between athlete drinking motives and hazardous drinking across differing levels of sporting participation (club vs elite-provincial vs elite-international). METHODS: Data from 1214 New Zealand sportspeople was collected. We assessed hazardous drinking with the WHO's AUDIT questionnaire and sportspeople's psychosocial reasons for drinking with the ADS. Level of sporting participation (club/social, provincial/state, or international/olympic level) was also assessed. RESULTS: Hazardous drinking behaviours differed across levels of sporting participation, with elite-provincial sportspeople showing the highest level of hazardous drinking, club/social sportspeople the next highest and elite-international sportspeople the lowest. Sportspeople who placed a greater emphasis on drinking as a reward for participating in their sports tended to display more hazardous drinking behaviours, but other ADS motives differed over level of sporting participation. Elite-provincial sportspeople and elite-international sportspeople placed more emphasis on drinking as a way to cope with the stresses of participating in their sports. A relationship between team/group motives and AUDIT scores was fully mediated by positive reinforcement motives, and partially mediated by stress-related coping motives. CONCLUSIONS: These findings have implications for alcohol education programs targeted at sportspeople and sport administration, and may help improve the efficacy and focus of intervention programs.  (+info)

Reference intervals for serum creatine kinase in athletes. (2/240)

BACKGROUND: The serum concentration of creatine kinase (CK) is used widely as an index of skeletal muscle fibre damage in sport and exercise. Since athletes have higher CK values than non-athletes, comparing the values of athletes to the normal values established in non-athletes is pointless. The purpose of this study was to introduce reference intervals for CK in athletes. METHOD: CK was assayed in serum samples from 483 male athletes and 245 female athletes, aged 7-44. Samples had been obtained throughout the training and competition period. For comparison, CK was also assayed in a smaller number of non-athletes. Reference intervals (2.5th to 97.5th percentile) were calculated by the non-parametric method. RESULTS: The reference intervals were 82-1083 U/L (37 degrees C) in male and 47-513 U/L in female athletes. The upper reference limits were twice the limits reported for moderately active non-athletes in the literature or calculated in the non-athletes in this study. The upper limits were up to six times higher than the limits reported for inactive individuals in the literature. When reference intervals were calculated specifically in male football (soccer) players and swimmers, a threefold difference in the upper reference limit was found (1492 vs 523 U/L, respectively), probably resulting from the different training and competition demands of the two sports. CONCLUSION: Sport training and competition have profound effects on the reference intervals for serum CK. Introducing sport-specific reference intervals may help to avoid misinterpretation of high values and to optimise training.  (+info)

Physical performance changes after unsupervised training during the autumn/spring semester break in competitive tennis players. (3/240)

BACKGROUND: All competitive tennis players take time away from coaches throughout the year; however, little information is available as to the short-term physiological effect of these breaks. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this investigation was to evaluate the impact of a 5 week off-campus structured, yet unsupervised, break from regular training in top collegiate tennis players. METHODS: A nationally ranked collegiate NCAA Division I male tennis team (n = 8) performed a test battery in December and again in January after a 5 week period of recommended, yet unsupervised, training. The tests performed were 5, 10 and 20 m sprints, spider agility test, medicine ball power throws, standing long jump, Wingate anaerobic power test, VO2max, push-up and sit-up test, grip strength and range of motion (ROM) measures (goniometer) of the shoulder, hip, hamstring and quadriceps. RESULTS: Paired t tests (p<0.05) showed significant decreases in mean (SEM) Wingate power measurements in Watts/kg (pre: 8.35 (0.19) w/kg ; post: 7.80 (0.24) w/kg ), minimum Wingate power (pre: 5.89 (0.27) w/kg; post: 5.10 (0.38) w/kg) and VO2max values (pre: 53.90 (1.11) ml/kg/min; post: 47.86 (1.54) ml/kg/min). A significant increase was seen in the athlete's fatigue index (pre: 44.26 (2.85)%; post: 51.41 (3.53)%), fastest 5 m (pre: 1.07 (0.03) s; post: 1.12 (0.02) s), 10 m (pre: 1.79 (0.03) s; post: 1.84 (0.04) s) and 20 m (pre: 3.07 (0.05) s; post: 3.13 (0.05) s) sprint times. No significant differences were seen for the other variables tested. CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that a 5 week interruption of normal training can result in significant reductions in speed, power and aerobic capacity in competitive tennis players, likely owing to poor compliance with the prescribed training regimen. Therefore, coaches and trainers might benefit from techniques (eg, pre- and post-testing) requiring athletes' to have accountability for unsupervised workouts.  (+info)

Preparticipation medical evaluation in professional sport in the UK: theory or practice? (4/240)

OBJECTIVE: To determine the level of pre-employment, pre-season, and post-injury medical evaluation of players undertaken within UK professional team sports. DESIGN: A postal, whole population survey. SETTING: Elite professional sports teams in England. POPULATION: Six groups comprising the following clubs: professional football (Premiership, 15 of 20; Championship, 22 of 24), rugby union (Premiership, 9 of 12; Division 1, 11 of 14), rugby league (Super League, 6 of 11) and cricket (County, 12 of 18). MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Number (percentage) of clubs recording players' medical history and undertaking medical examinations of players' cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, and musculoskeletal systems at pre-employment, pre-season and post-injury. RESULTS: The overall response to the survey was 74%, with a range from 55% to 92% among groups. Almost 90% of football (Premiership and Championship) and rugby union (Premiership) clubs took a pre-employment history of players' general health, cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, and musculoskeletal systems, but fewer than 50% of cricket and rugby union (Division 1) clubs recorded a history. The majority of football (Premiership and Championship) and rugby union (Premiership) clubs implemented both cardiovascular and musculoskeletal examinations of players before employment. Fewer than 25% of clubs in any of the groups implemented neurological examinations of players at pre-employment, although 100% of rugby union (Premiership) and rugby league clubs implemented neurological testing during pre-season. CONCLUSIONS: None of the sports implemented best practice guidelines for the preparticipation evaluation of players at all stages of their employment. Departures from best practice guidelines and differences in practices between clubs within the same sport leave club physicians vulnerable if their players sustain injuries or ill health conditions that could have been identified and avoided through the implementation of a preparticipation examination.  (+info)

Motivation in tennis. (5/240)

Motivation underpins successful tennis performance, representing one of the game's foremost psychological skills. This paper elaborates on its role in tennis play, and takes an overview of the current state of motivation research applied to tennis. First, the importance of motivation in player and coach performance is explored. The body of evidence pertaining to players' motives for participation and the relevance of goal achievement motivation in tennis is then examined. Finally, the efficacy of motivational climates created by significant others is discussed in light of current practice.  (+info)

The Olympic brain. Does corticospinal plasticity play a role in acquisition of skills required for high-performance sports? (6/240)

Non-invasive electrophysiological and imaging techniques have recently made investigation of the intact behaving human brain possible. One of the most intriguing new research areas that have developed through these new technical advances is an improved understanding of the plastic adaptive changes in neuronal circuitries underlying improved performance in relation to skill training. Expansion of the cortical representation or modulation of corticomotor excitability of specific muscles engaged in task performance is required for the acquisition of the skill. These changes at cortical level appear to be paralleled by changes in transmission in spinal neuronal circuitries, which regulate the contribution of sensory feedback mechanisms to the execution of the task. Such adaptive changes also appear to be essential for the consolidation of a memory of performance of motor tasks and thus for the lasting ability of performing highly skilled movements such as those required for Olympic sports.  (+info)

Endurance exercise performance in Masters athletes: age-associated changes and underlying physiological mechanisms. (7/240)

Older ('Masters') athletes strive to maintain or even improve upon the performance they achieved at younger ages, but declines in athletic performance are inevitable with ageing. In this review, we describe changes in peak endurance exercise performance with advancing age as well as physiological factors responsible for those changes. Peak endurance performance is maintained until approximately 35 years of age, followed by modest decreases until 50-60 years of age, with progressively steeper declines thereafter. Among the three main physiological determinants of endurance exercise performance (i.e. maximal oxygen consumption , lactate threshold and exercise economy), a progressive reduction in appears to be the primary mechanism associated with declines in endurance performance with age. A reduction in lactate threshold, i.e. the exercise intensity at which blood lactate concentration increases significantly above baseline, also contributes to the reduction in endurance performance with ageing, although this may be secondary to decreases in . In contrast, exercise economy (i.e. metabolic cost of sustained submaximal exercise) does not change with age in endurance-trained adults. Decreases in maximal stroke volume, heart rate and arterio-venous O(2) difference all appear to contribute to the age-related reductions in in endurance-trained athletes. Declines in endurance exercise performance and its physiological determinants with ageing appear to be mediated in large part by a reduction in the intensity (velocity) and volume of the exercise that can be performed during training sessions. Given their impressive peak performance capability and physiological function capacity, Masters athletes remain a fascinating model of 'exceptionally successful ageing' and therefore are highly deserving of our continued scientific attention as physiologists.  (+info)

The cardiovascular challenge of exercising in the heat. (8/240)

Exercise in the heat can pose a severe challenge to human cardiovascular control, and thus the provision of oxygen to exercising muscles and vital organs, because of enhanced thermoregulatory demand for skin blood flow coupled with dehydration and hyperthermia. Cardiovascular strain, typified by reductions in cardiac output, skin and locomotor muscle blood flow and systemic and muscle oxygen delivery accompanies marked dehydration and hyperthermia during prolonged and intense exercise characteristic of many summer Olympic events. This review focuses on how the cardiovascular system is regulated when exercising in the heat and how restrictions in locomotor skeletal muscle and/or skin perfusion might limit athletic performance in hot environments.  (+info)

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Caffeine for Sports Performance is the definitive resource for all your questions regarding caffeine and its impact on sports performance. Based on the most recent research, studies, and guidelines, this guide is ideal for athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to improve training and competition. Inside you will find these features: • The history of how caffeine has become the most widely used drug in the world • The pros and cons of using caffeine, including habitual daily caffeine intake, to boost sports performance • Personal usage guides that can be applied to various sports or scenarios of caffeine use in training and competition • Health advice regarding caffeine use • Performance effects of caffeine use • Safety considerations and potential risks • Best and worst sources for caffeine Caffeine for Sports Performance provides plenty of practical tips for using caffeine. In particular you will find sidebars that feature interviews with top athletes and
Many sexual differences are known in human and animals. It is well known that females are superior in longevity, while males in athletic performances. Even though some sexual differences are attributed to the evolutionary tradeoff between survival and reproduction, the aforementioned sex differences are difficult to explain by this tradeoff. Here we show that the evolutionary tradeoff occurs among three components: (1) viability, (2) competitive ability and (3) reproductive effort. The sexual differences in longevity and athletic performances are attributed to the tradeoff between viability (survival) and competitive ability that belongs to the physical makeup of an individual, but not related to the tradeoff between survival and reproduction. This provides a new perspective on sex differences in human and animals: females are superior in longevity and disease recovery, while males are superior in athletic performance.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Sports performance. AU - Kanosue, Kazuyuki. AU - Nagami, Tomoyuki. AU - Tsuchiya, Jun. PY - 2015/1/1. Y1 - 2015/1/1. N2 - This book focuses on sports performance. According to the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, performance refers to how well or badly a person, company etc. does a particular job or activity and high performance describes cars, computers etc. that are able to go faster, do more work etc. than normal ones. In the 100-m dash Usain Bolt is indubitably the fastest person in history and Javier Sotomayor, the world record holder in the high jump, has exhibited the highest level of performance in this event. In these contests, the index of sports performance is unitary; it is simply the time or the jumping/throwing distance. What is it that allows such performers to achieve the fastest running time or the highest jump? One of the topics covered in this book is an attempt to clarify some of the unique motor skills and/or physical abilities that ...
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The interactive network effects of the Endocrine system are key in producing effective adaptations to exercise. This in turn results in improved sport performance. Athletes are aware of the crucial role of the Endocrine system in sports performance. Therefore it is not surprising that, on the World Anti-Doping agency (WADA) banned list, the majority of…
Athletic Performance Assessment for Field Sports Conference scheduled on October 29-30, 2020 in October 2020 in Los Angeles is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and symposiums.
Creatine For Athletic Performance Essay, Research Paper The Advantages of Creatine for Enhancing Athletic Performance If, about 5 years ago, you were to tell an athlete there was a supplement (which was not an anabolic steroid or other bodybuilding drug) that would help bodybuilders and athletes pack on as much as 10 rock-hard pounds of muscular bodyweight (which could lead to better performance for athletes) in less then 2 weeks; increase their bench press by 25 lbs. (which also would help in enhancing performance) in a mere 10 days;
Athletic Performance Basics - Looking for that legal edge in your athletic performance? Over time your best strategy for beating your personal bests is to keep healthy. Be sure to work on health basics. For example one noted US cycling team adopted a gluten-free diet for all its cyclists and found they needed less rest time and a general performance increase. You will need to be aware that some foods will cost your body too much so aren t worth eating. LifeWave Energy Patches have been used by professional athletes since they hit the market in the early 2000 s. Athletes soon discovered that they needed less recovery time between events and general stamina and strength increased. They were first tested on five of the women of a noted college swim team whose coach was the women s Olympic swim coach. He chose to start with a few women who were talented but underachieving. They all set personal bests along with a couple of world records within a couple of weeks. They were having so much success that the
Despite numerous attempts to discover genetic variants associated with elite athletic performance, injury predisposition, and elite/world-class athletic status, there has been limited progress to date. Past reliance on candidate gene studies predominantly focusing on genotyping a limited number of single nucleotide polymorphisms or the insertion/deletion variants in small, often heterogeneous cohorts (i.e., made up of athletes of quite different sport specialties) have not generated the kind of results that could offer solid opportunities to bridge the gap between basic research in exercise sciences and deliverables in biomedicine. A retrospective view of genetic association studies with complex disease traits indicates that transition to hypothesis-free genome-wide approaches will be more fruitful. In studies of complex disease, it is well recognized that the magnitude of genetic association is often smaller than initially anticipated, and, as such, large sample sizes are required to identify ...
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Exercise induced muscle damage (EIMD) is a well-investigated area, however there is a paucity of data surrounding the damage response in females. The aim of this study was to examine the damage responses from a sport-specific bout of repeated sprints in female athletes. Eleven well-trained females (mean ± SD; age 22 ± 3 y, height 166.6 ± 5.7 cm, mass 62.7 ± 4.5 kg) in the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle completed a repeated sprint protocol designed to induce EIMD (15 × 30 m sprints). Creatine kinase (CK), countermovement jump height (CMJ), knee extensor maximum voluntary contraction force (MVIC), muscle soreness (DOMS), 30 m sprint time and limb girth were recorded pre, post, 24 h, 48 h and 72 h post exercise. CK was elevated at 24, 48 and 72 h (p , 0.05), peaking at 24 h (+418%) and returning towards baseline at 72 h. CMJ height was reduced immediately post, 24 and 48 h (p , 0.05). Sprint performance was also negatively affected immediately post, 24 h, 48 h and 72 h post exercise. ...
There are many potential benefits for athletes who undergo one of these sport performance enhancement techniques. For example, professional athletes may be able to perform better and therefore secure a larger salary, be traded to a better team or gain more exposure. For amateur athletes, better performance can help them get noticed by scouts, get better scholarships for college athletics or get picked up by better teams. In addition, these athletes may be able to recover from their injuries faster, which helps them lose less playing time after an injury occurs.. However, there are still many risks associated with these types of extreme enhancement therapies. First, some techniques have not been thoroughly researched yet, leaving long-term effects unknown. Additionally, some practices could lead to other health problems; with Tommy John surgery, for example, a patient increases their risk of infection by undergoing surgery. Finally, there is no guarantee that these therapies will work, so it ...
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The NASM Performance Enhancement Specialization (PES) has provided the pathway to career success for personal trainers working with clients at every level of athletic performance. PES gives you the knowledge and tools to build individualised, sport-specific training programs to provide athletes with an enhanced training experience, better performance and better results. For some fitness professionals, the PES has been the step necessary to develop their niche by reaching this specific client group. For others, this specialisation has propelled their career toward working with professional and high-performance athletes. Many professional athletic teams also employ individuals who hold the NASM-PES. There are many top performance trainers throughout the world who recommend this specialisation because its foundation is in scientific research and it produces results for athletes at every level.. As an NASM-PES, Yusuf Boyd built his career by developing individuals athletic skills and performance. ...
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The athletes ability to sprint at high velocities is an integral component in the related fields of Sports Rehabilitation and the Performance Enhancement Training of athletes. A principal objective of the rehabilitation process is to restore the athlete to their previous level of athletic performance including the athletes pre-injury running velocity. With regard to the athletes performance enhancement training, a necessary component of training, when appropriate, would be to enhance the athletes abilities in linear velocity. The review of the various rehabilitation and/or performance enhancement training programs often leads to the inquiry, as well as reveals the lack of an appropriate programmed sprinting volume as often the majority of the running volume prescription is tempo in nature. The Rehabilitation and Strength and Conditioning (S&C) Professional must ensure that the athlete incorporates an appropriate and proficient amount of sprinting volume into their rehabilitation and ...
Natural News) If youve been training for marathon after marathon only to find that you struggle to keep up with the rest of the pack, it could be that you lack a certain gut bacteria that is giving the winners an edge.. High-profile athletes across a wide range of disciplines, from Usain Bolt to Roger Federer to Michael Jordan, seem to have that special something that goes far beyond natural skill and training. What if you could bottle up some of that magic for yourself? It could soon be a possibility thanks to Harvard University researchers.. The researchers at the Harvard Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering set out to identify the bacteria in our bodies that support athletic performance by collecting daily fecal samples from 20 athletes who were training for the Boston marathon in 2015. They followed the athletes longitudinally in the weeks before and after the race to see how their microbiomes changed between their performance and the subsequent recovery.. After sequencing ...
Subscribe: Android , RSS. Dr. Tommy Wood discusses with Dr. Ben Weitz how to improve athletic performance through the proper use of nutrition. I asked when you see a professional cyclist or runner, what is the first thing that you will do. Tommy explained that the first thing they will do is have the patient take their subjective questionaire and this can get an idea if the athlete has any particular issues with their health, such as with their gut. Then they will do a thorough consultation with the client and then they will have the client get some blood, urine, and stool testing, since many of the clients that come to see them have digestive issues. This may be because high intensity and endurance exercise may be very taxing on the gut. Or you may have been overtraining, under sleeping, under eating, etc. and may have made yourself susceptible to whatever came along to populate your gut. Then he and the other coaches at Nourish, Balance, Thrive will intervene with dietary recommendations, ...
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Tyler LeBaron shares with us that hydrogen helps to improve your vo2 Max, which is your maximal oxygen consumption. Your vo2 max determines how much oxygen your body is able to take in. Molecular hydrogen can help improve athletic performance by increasing your vo2 max which will allow your body to consume more oxygen during a workout. Consuming more hydrogen during a workout will improve your aerobic endurance.. ...
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Size of muscle fibres predicted flight performance in the wild Muscle structure and body size predict the athletic performance of Olympic athletes, such as sprinters. The same, it appears, is true of wild seabirds that can commute hundreds of kilometres a day to find food, according to a recent paper by scientists from McGill and Colgate universities published in the Journal of Experimental Biology. The researchers studied a colony of small gulls, known as black-legged kittiwakes, that breed and nest in an abandoned radar tower on Middleton Island, Alaska. They attached GPS-accelerometers-Fitbit for birds -- onto kittiwakes to track their flight performance, discovering that they sometimes travel as far as 250 km a day to find food for their offspring. By combining data from the GPS tracker with minute muscle samples from some of the birds, the researchers found that, despite beating their wings less frequently, birds with larger muscle fibres were able to fly as fast as those with smaller fibres. The
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The modification of the human gut microbiotas composition and function is one of the plausible mechanisms that has just recently started being explored in relation to how exercise affects health. Although gut microbiome composition tends to show higher variability under environmental pressures, its diversity functionality tends to remain consistent within and across subjects. In professional athletes, however, little is known about how microbial metabolism is related to performance.. A new study, led by Dr. Aleksandar D. Kostic from Harvard Medical School (USA), and whose lead author is Jonathan Scheiman-one of the founders of the start-up Fitbiomics, which is looking to find new probiotic candidates for promoting wellness-provides the first example of evidence that the metabolism of lactate to propionate may enhance athletic performance in mice.. Initially, researchers compared bacterial strains present in stool samples from two independent cohorts-15 runners and 87 ultramarathoners and ...
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Most of us are acutely aware that sleep affects all aspects of our lives. Recent research sheds a brighter light on the connection between sleep and athletic performance, highlighting the need for athletes to make rest a priority. Lets take a closer look at the impact of sleep for athletes, and how getting more sack […]
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When it comes to the question of whether or not to consume caffeine, there is no shortage of opinions. But what does the research say? And how much is too much? Learn how caffeine affects athletic performance and how you can help your clients make healthy choices that enhance their health and fitness goals.
When it comes to the question of whether or not to consume caffeine, there is no shortage of opinions. But what does the research say? And how much is too much? Learn how caffeine affects athletic performance and how you can help your clients make healthy choices that enhance their health and fitness goals.
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... specifically relating to how the anxiety symptoms affect athletic performance. "Symptoms typically associated with somatization ... performance will increase until a certain point. Once the arousal has increased past this point, performance will decrease. The ... influences performance, that somatic anxiety will affect each athlete differently, and that performance will be affected ... Hanin, Yuri L. (2003-01-31). "Performance Related Emotional States in Sport: A Qualitative Analysis". Forum Qualitative ...
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Shaheen Al-Shatti (December 28, 2020). "MMA's 2020 Breakout, Comeback and Performance of the Year awards go to…". The Athletic ... This win earned him Performance Fight of the Night award. Holland was scheduled to face Jack Hermansson at UFC on ESPN 19 on ... This fight marks the record for the most UFC wins in 2020 (5). This fight earned him the Performance of the Night award. ... Ultimate Fighting Championship Performance of the Night (Three times) vs Joaquin Buckley, Charlie Ontiveros, and Ronaldo Souza ...
Staff, The Athletic. "Nikola Jokic passes Wilt Chamberlain for most 10-assist games by a center". The Athletic. Songco, Dijo ( ... For such performance, he was named the MVP of the Round 6. On February 7, he scored 27 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in a 77- ... For his performances over the month, he was named the MVP for February, having averaged 21.7 points and 12.3 rebounds per game ... "Nuggets beat Clippers behind another dominant Nikola Jokic performance, take over third seed in West". "Nikola ...
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On 2 February 2015, Bong signed for English club Wigan Athletic on a short-term contract. He made his Wigan Athletic debut, ... For his performance, Bong signed a contract extension with the club, keeping him until 2014. During a 3-0 win against Sochaux ... "Gaëtan Bong joins Wigan Athletic". Wigan Athletic F.C. 2 February 2015. Archived from the original on 15 January 2018. ... He made his debut for the club in a 1-0 defeat to Charlton Athletic on 11 February 2020. Poor defensive play from Bong was ...
"World records and best performances, women's race walking". Archived from the original on 2012-10-16. ... "European Athletics Indoor Championships - 4 × 400m Relay Women - Final - Results" (PDF). European Athletic Association. 7 March ... "World records and best performances, men's outdoor". Archived from the original on 22 September 2013. ... "World records and best performances, women's indoor". Archived from the original on 2011-07-21. ...
"EUROPEAN AGE BEST PERFORMANCES (ATHLETICS)". 15 March 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2015. "Amy Hunt ... "Hammer Throw (5kg) Boys Final Results" (PDF). European Athletic Association. 7 July 2018. Retrieved 7 July 2018. "All time Top ... "EUROPEAN AGE BEST PERFORMANCES (ATHLETICS)". 15 March 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2015. Cherisse ... "EUROPEAN AGE BEST PERFORMANCES (ATHLETICS)". 15 March 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2015. "100m ...
However, it is not supported when task performance is measured when the extrinsic reward is in effect. Wiersma also found that ... Skemp-Arlt, K.M; Toupence, R. (2007). "The administrator's role in employee motivation". Coach & Athletic Director. pp. 28-34. ... Instrumentality is the belief that a strong performance will be well rewarded. Force is a person's motivation to perform. In ... found that rewarding people for meeting a graded level of performance, which got increasingly more difficult, spent more time ...
On February 19, 2019, the United States Military Academy Athletic Department announced the hire of Whitt as an assistant ... "The Official Athletics Site of the Ragin' Cajuns - Student Athlete Performance Center". "Kingsbury credits new ... "Rusty Whitt Tabbed Troy Football Strength & Conditioning Head Coach". Troy Athletic Department. January 8, 2020. Retrieved ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Football Announces Strength Staff Changes". USMA Athletic Department. February 19, ...
"Powerful Performance Leads Life to CRC Win". Archived from the original on April 8, 2014. Retrieved February 18, 2016. [5] ... The Ute tribe gave the University of Utah explicit permission to use the name for all its athletic teams, which allowed the ... They are the third Pac-12 member to have previously spent time in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), joining old conference ... "Elaine Elliott Bio - The Official Athletic Site of the University of Utah". Archived from the original on 2010-04-04 ...
Crosby was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance. Burke, Chris (February 26, 2019). "Eastern ... Michigan's Maxx Crosby, on the long road between a dream and reality". The Athletic. Retrieved April 27, 2019. "Maxx Crosby ...
During a meet in 1896, Warburton had given Michael a swig from his bottle, but the results did not enhance his performance and ... Victor (1 June 1896). "The Athletic World". Wanganui Herald. Retrieved 29 March 2013. "Choppy ... Rosen, Daniel M. (2008). Dope: A History of Performance Enhancement in Sports from the Nineteenth Century to Today. ABC Clio. ...
Battaglia, Joe (17 March 2013). "Wilson Kipsang gives high octane performance at chilly NYC Half". IAAF. Retrieved 23 March ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Caroline Rotich Sprints to Victory in 119th Boston Marathon". Boston Athletic ... Boston Athletic Association. Archived from the original on 3 April 2016. Retrieved 24 April 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged ...
This type of stretching has been shown to have negative results on athletic performance within the categories of power and ... This type of stretching has shown better results on athletic performances of power and speed when compared to static stretching ... But this intensity of stretching may hinder one's athletic performance because the muscle is being overstretched while held in ... which in turn increases the amount of oxygen able to be used for athletic performance. ...
"History by Decade". Mohun Bagan Athletic Club. Retrieved 18 December 2020. "Memorable performances and historical match against ... Mohun Bagan Athletic Club, founded 15 August 1889, is an Indian sports club best known for its association football team, one ... Mohun Bagan Athletic Club, is an Indian professional sports club based in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Founded in 1889, the ... The stadium covers an area of 76.40 acres (309,200 m2). The stadium has a unique synthetic track for athletic meets. It has a ...
p. 7. "Charlton Athletic's Fine Performance". The Times. John Jacob Astor. 4 May 1936. p. 7. "The FA Cup Archive". The FA. ...
"NCAA Standard for Testing Baseball Bat Performance."National Collegiate Athletic Association. May 21, 2009. "Are BBCOR ... Most notably, Louisville Slugger developed a slow-pitch bat that was awarded best performance at the 2001 Bat Wars. Miken ... National Collegiate Athletic Association. October 15, 2009. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-01-03. ... Composite bats, tested after they were already broke in, showed performance standards well beyond the accepted ball exit speed ...
Ice is not commonly used prior to rehabilitation or performance because of its known adverse effects to performance such as ... Thorsson, O. (28 March 2001). "[Cold therapy of athletic injuries. Current literature review]". Lakartidningen. 98 (13): 1512- ... However, if ice pack therapy is applied for less than 10 minutes, performance can occur without detrimental effects. If the ice ... Cross, K.M.; Wilson, R.W.; Perrin, D.H. (1996). "Functional Performance Following an Ice Immersion to the Lower Extremity". ...
"Michigan's Denard Robinson caps stellar performance with winning TD". September 11, 2010. "Denard Robinson scores ... "Official 2007 NCAA Division I Football Record Book" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association. August 2007. Archived from ... football program is a college football team that represents the University of Michigan in the National Collegiate Athletic ...
Studies have not necessarily demonstrated that athletic performance is increased, but people wearing them seem to have far less ... They are believed to make breathing easier and for that reason are used during athletic exertion and as an aid to reduce ... Various studies have indicated that they do not have a performance-enhancing effect. They are also used by race horse trainers ... However, their primary benefit is to prevent bleeding in the lungs (EIPH), not to directly enhance performance. The equine ...
The Braintree Athletic Complex is a planned athletic complex that will be located at Braintree High School. Kevin Buckley, ... "SAT Performance Report". Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. September 20, 2018. Retrieved December ... Braintree High School's mascot is the letter "B". Athletic teams from the school use the nickname "The Wamps." The name is ... "MIAA League Directory" (PDF). Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. p. 5. Retrieved 24 March 2015. " ...
... although there were some memorable performances, notably in 4-0 defeats of Stoke and Nottingham Forest at the Baseball Ground ...
Use of androstenedione as an athletic or bodybuilding supplement has been banned by the International Olympic Committee, as ... Hypogonadism, transgender men, performance enhancement, bodybuilding, others. ATC code. G03B. Biological target. Androgen ...
... circus performance, and assistance dogs. Poodles have taken top honors in many conformation shows, including "Best in Show" at ... athletic stamina, and a moisture-resistant, curly coat that acts like a wool jumper in damp conditions. Towards the second half ...
Hönekopp J, Schuster M. A Meta-Analysis on 2D:4D and Athletic Prowess: Substantial Relationships but Neither Hand Out-Predicts ... Why Is Digit Ratio Correlated to Sports Performance?. „Journal of Exercise Rehabilitation". 12 (6), s. 515-519, 2016. DOI: ...
"The Crown Jewel of our Performance Spaces: The Renovated SAS Auditorium". Crossroads. October 2015. pp. 8-9. Archived from the ... It started in 1985 to support student athletic teams, and quickly expanded its mission to include boosting school spirit and ... These span a wide variety of interests and talents, and include athletic clubs, academic honor societies, academic interest ... and theatre performances, service clubs, social clubs, and student government.[47] SAS high school students participate in ...
"Human resources for maternal, newborn and child health: from measurement and planning to performance for improved health ... athletic trainers, physiotherapy technicians, orthotic technicians, prosthetic technicians, personal care assistants, and ...
"Best single-game performances: No. 5". ESPN. Retrieved July 3, 2011 ... 350,000 to the university athletic department.[46] ...
... is also home to two NCAA Division I athletic programs, the Tulane Green Wave of the American Athletic Conference ... "Orleans Parish school performance scores continue to improve", The Times-Picayune, October 14, 2009. ... Considering the scores of all public schools in New Orleans gives an overall school district performance score of 70.6. This ... An October 2009 assessment demonstrated continued growth in the academic performance of public schools. ...
... (born 1963) is a former National Open Champion and three-time National Collegiate Athletic Association All- ... Diane was named Big Ten Conference Diver of the Year for her first-place performance on the one-meter board.[2] Later that ...
The University of Utah's athletic teams are known as the Utes and have received explicit permission from the Ute tribe to ... There are annual performance of the Bear and Sun dances. All tribes have scholarship programs for college educations. ...
Sun J, Baker A, Chen P (September 2011). "Profiling the indole alkaloids in yohimbe bark with ultra-performance liquid ... who reportedly consumed Yohimbine prior to a given athletic event, was later tested positive for 19-norandrosterone, which is a ... no reports of human studies on the effects of crude yohimbe bark or its extracts on sexual performance can be found in the [ ... "A validated high performance thin layer chromatography method for determination of yohimbine hydrochloride in pharmaceutical ...
Multiple tests of artificial-intelligence efficacy are needed because, "just as there is no single test of athletic prowess, ... The most familiar types are translations presented as subtitles or surtitles projected during opera performances, those ... just as the performance of a play or a sonata is a representation of the script or the score, one among many possible ... the final performance, varying theatrical and acting traditions, characters' speaking styles, modern theatrical discourse, and ...
A performance from The Prom was included in the 2018 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and made history by showing the first same- ... and acquired as much press about her sexuality as she did her athletic achievements. Navratilova spurred what scholar Diane ... On March 6, 1923, during a performance of the play in a New York City theatre, producers and cast were informed that they had ... and Madonna's pushing of sexual boundaries in her performances and publications. In 1993, lang and self-professed heterosexual ...
In the past several years, the Academic Performance Index score (derived from State Testing) has risen by 95 points to a score ... Burbank High School ("The Bulldogs") fields a full range of high school interscholastic athletic teams including both men's and ...
... Athletic Club is also on Green Lane.. *Auriol Park, a King George's Field, in the Borough of Epsom & Ewell.[17] ... The green space itself is called Mayflower Park which includes a grass amphitheatre for performances and an area of five ...
High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory. *Institute for Defence Resources Management at the Royal Military College of ... Sir Archie Macdonell Athletic Centre. *Constantine hockey arena. *Playing fields. *Old gym ...
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The club is part of the Boston Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Since their inauguration the team has captured three cups. ... an improvisational theatre that has weekly performances and offers improv and sketch comedy classes.[106] ... Major colleges and universities fielding NCAA Division I athletic teams are Brown University and Providence College. The latter ... Providence is also home to the headquarters of the American Athletic Conference (The American).[128] ...
Two days later, he came on as a substitute against Oldham Athletic and scored his first goal since his long layoff, this his ... Becchio's performances during the campaign didn't go unnoticed however, as he became the most saleable asset for the debt- ... He picked up a serious ankle injury in the game against Charlton Athletic, when he stepped on the ball whilst controlling it ... Grayson said that it was a great performance by Becchio and he is still young and can only get better. Becchio revealed that he ...
The scoreboard shows how the Norwegians placed, a performance considered much too poor in a country where cross-country skiing ... but the problem for the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is that no-one outside the country, save for committed expatriates, ...
Maughan RJ, Greenhaff PL, Leiper JB, Ball D, Lambert CP, Gleeson M (1997). "Diet composition and the performance of high- ... Inadequate carbohydrate intake during athletic training causes metabolic acidosis, which may be responsible for the impaired ... performance which has been observed.[37] Ketogenic diet[edit]. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet used to ...
... larger reviews have found no evidence that compression garments can improve athletic performance beyond the placebo effect.[6] ... However, the study failed to find any significant difference in sprint performance, throwing performance, heart rate, or ... Through testing repeat-sprint and throwing performance in cricket players, one study found that there was a significant ... "Comparison of three types of full-body compression garments on throwing and repeat-sprint performance in cricket players" ...
"National Collegiate Athletic Association. Archived from the original on November 13, 2013. Retrieved February 7, 2010.. ... Over that time the core has grown from a zero HPC cyberinfrastructure to a regional high-performance computing environment that ... UM's intercollegiate athletic teams, collectively known as the Miami Hurricanes, compete in Division I of the National ... The University of Miami's athletic teams are the Hurricanes, commonly referred to as the "Canes". They compete as a member of ...
Missouri S&T athletic teams are known as the "Miners" and the women's teams are referred to as the "Lady Miners". The name ... The vehicle's cost, sales presentation, engineering design, acceleration, braking and racing performance all factor into its ... including campus events and touring performances of groups such as the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National ...
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Omiya Athletic Stadium. 16 1957 Chuo University Club. 1-0. Toyo Industries. Kokutaiji High School (Hiroshima). 16 ... PerformancesEdit. Club Winners Runners-up Keio University. 9. 4 Urawa Red Diamonds. 7. 4 ...
The admission on McMahon's part was to avoid interference from state athletic commissions and to avoid paying the taxation some ... the scripted nature of the performances has been hinted over time. In 1934 a show held at Wrigley Field in Chicago billed one ... states placed on income from athletic events held in that state, as well as to avoid the need to meet the requirement of having ...
... between the Latrobe Athletic Association and the Jeannette Athletic Club. Latrobe won the contest 12-0.[7][8] During this game ... "Pitt-Notre Dame series produces phenomenal performances". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Archived from the original on 2013-01-04 ... The National Collegiate Athletic Association. August 2008. p. 76. ISSN 0735-5475. Retrieved 2008-11-28.. [permanent dead link] ... National Collegiate Athletic Association. 2009. p. 130. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2010-06-02. Retrieved 2010-06-02.. ...
As theatrical performances were banned on Sundays at this time, it also made Brookwood a popular choice for the burial of ... Co-Founder of the Amateur Athletic Association ...
Though compromises may need to be made in expectations for both athletic performance and fertility rate, well-trained stallions ... In horse show performance competition, stallions and mares often compete in the same arena with one another, particularly in ...
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Muscle, Genes and Athletic Performance. The cellular biology of muscle helps to explain why a particular athlete wins and ...
Nutrition can help enhance athletic performance. An active lifestyle and exercise routine, along with eating well, is the best ... Nutrition can help enhance athletic performance. An active lifestyle and exercise routine, along with eating well, is the best ... nutrition and athletic performance. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2016;116(3):501-528. PMID: 26920240 ... Changing your body weight to improve performance must be done safely, or it may do more harm than good. Keeping your body ...
But what does the research say? And how much is too much? Learn how caffeine affects athletic performance and how you can help ... When it comes to performance, we are all looking for ways to improve. From altering a meal plan to support ones athletic goals ... Caffeine and Endurance Performance. Its not just a finely tuned nutrition program that can make or break performance. ... can influence sports performance in several ways. In fact, the affects of caffeine on performance have proven significant ...
Learn more about how genes affect athletic ability. ... Athletic performance is a trait influenced by both genetic and ... Athletic performance is also strongly influenced by the environment. Factors such as the amount of support a person receives ... Athletic performance is a complex trait that is influenced by both genetic and environmental factors. Many physical traits help ... The best-studied genes associated with athletic performance are ACTN3 and ACE. These genes influence the fiber type that makes ...
What Emotion Is Best for Athletic Performance?. Max Fisher. September 8, 2010 ... will improve athletic performance. This may explain why we here at the Atlantic Wire run purely on rage and caffeine. ... The verdict is that positive emotions require more concentration to maintain but ultimately produce better performance. ... athletic prowess. A recent study in Australian Psychologist, unearthed by blogger and Wired columnist Eric Barker, asked ...
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  • Endurance athletes, in particular, have found caffeine beneficial to performance. (
  • Given that about 80 percent of Americans drink coffee (55 percent daily, 25 percent occasionally), and the average intake is about 200 mg caffeine/day (3 mg/kg), most athletes are familiar with caffeine's benefits of heightened alertness and performance. (
  • Serious athletes looking for an edge now have a new competitive angle to worry about: whose emotions are best suited for maximizing athletic prowess. (
  • Athletes have different calorie requirements, depending on the intensity of their training and performance. (
  • Visualization is a clinical technique used to assist athletes with overcoming performance anxiety. (
  • By engaging athletes in a mental rehearsal of their performance in their respective sport, it can sharpen his or her focus and restore confidence in their ability to follow through. (
  • Visualization was first applied to sports performance after the 1984 Olympics, when Russian researchers studying Olympic athletes found that Olympians who had employed visualization techniques experienced a positive impact on their biological outcomes and performance. (
  • All of these restorative effects are important for athletes' recovery and performance. (
  • When athletes practice or learn new skills, sleep helps form memories, and contributes to improved performance in the future. (
  • Both increased quantity and quality of sleep helps athletes improve performance in many areas related to the demands of the sport. (
  • The facility includes space for cutting-edge faculty research, strength and conditioning facilities for student athletes, labs for conducting human performance research, and locker rooms and support spaces for the golf and lacrosse programs. (
  • Marquette's vision for the facility is a destination where renowned scientists, athletic trainers, and elite athletes come together to develop new fitness technologies and advance the use of data to improve performance. (
  • Hydration is imperative for optimal performance for all athletes. (
  • Rapid transmeridian flight is a common reality for modern athletes and it has often been assumed that air travel has detrimental effects on athletic performance. (
  • Athletes and bodybuilders often use taurine as a supplement to enhance their physical performance. (
  • In recent years, all personnel involved in maximizing athletic performance have adopted a science-based approach to the nutritional support of athletes and active individuals. (
  • But this division of the sexes, which has existed for as long as women have competed as athletes, forces an important question: Who, at least from an athletic standpoint, is female? (
  • In 2015, she published the first study of transgender athletes' performances, finding that transgender women who received treatment to lower their testosterone levels did no better in a variety of races against female peers than they had previously done against male runners. (
  • Although Harper has just a master's degree, she is helping spearhead several studies documenting how the physiology and performance of transgender athletes change as they make their transition. (
  • Harper has made "very important" contributions to understanding gender and sports performance, anticipating the debate that now swirls around transgender and "intersex" athletes, adds Stéphane Bermon, a sports physician and exercise physiologist at the Monaco Institute of Sports Medicine and Surgery. (
  • We saw a strong evolution of performance during the past century," says study author Geoffroy Berthelot, a researcher at INSEP, an internationally respected school and research institute for athletes in Paris. (
  • The prospect that humans have given all they've got is generating some discomfort among elite athletes, trainers, researchers and sports federation officials, as evidenced by the furious interest in training methods and nutritional enhancements that may squeeze an extra hundredth of a second off a performance. (
  • The sports performance coaches, physical therapists and athletic trainers in the UW Health Sports Performance program develop comprehensive programs accessible to athletes of all ages and ability levels, with an emphasis on long-term athlete development. (
  • Nutrition supplementation with antioxidants have been discussed as a way to further enhance overall well-being of athletes, promote faster recovery, and improve overall performance. (
  • Two ACL injury prevention programs significantly reduce injury rates among female athletes while improving athletic performance. (
  • The other three programs studied (Myklebust, the '11,' and Knee Ligament Injury Prevention) did not improve both ACL injury rates and athletic performance among female athletes. (
  • Given the tremendous short- and long-term consequences of ACL injuries, the fact that athletic performance indices also benefit might make 'convincing athletes, parents, coaches, and others of the necessity for injury prevention training less challenging. (
  • effect of training on ACL incidence rates for female athletes as determined by athlete-exposures, and assessment of athletic performance tests before and after participation in the ACL intervention program). (
  • When athletes do not meet minimal dietary needs, performance suffers, recovery is hastened, and illness and injury are potential consequences. (
  • Supplements that may enhance performance directly in some athletes include caffeine, creatine, nitrates, beta-alanine, and sodium bicarbonate. (
  • Alcohol is often used as a means of celebration or relaxation, and athletes frequently consume drinks without much thought of the acute and chronic effects on performance and health. (
  • To improve sea-level performance, only the live high, train low model has been proven to enhance performance in elite athletes. (
  • The concept of living and/or training at altitude to improve athletic performance has a number of implications for athletes. (
  • The writer of this study considers the literature on the concept of altitude training, to arrive at reasoned conclusions as to how it can be most effectively used by athletes to enhance performance. (
  • For the study, presented at the 254th National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Washington, the team collected fecal samples on a daily basis from 20 athletes training for the 2015 Boston Marathon, to capture how the microbiome changes between performance and recovery. (
  • SKILLMILL is the ideal training solution for sports professionals and 'every day' athletes who are dedicated to their fitness and improving their sporting performance. (
  • Sigvaris Athletic Socks benefit athletes by providing graduated compression to reduce the recovery time, improve blood flow and help to prevent injuries like shin splints and calf cramps. (
  • There are several key minerals that are considered essential nutrition for athletes to maximize their training and performance output. (
  • In the quest to improve physical performance, many athletes are turning to untested nutritional supplements. (
  • Although research strongly suggests that plant-based vegetarian and vegan diets may offer many health benefits to athletes and nonathletes alike, there is currently little evidence that vegetarian diets per se are better than omnivorous diets for improving athletic training and performance. (
  • Like most athletes, vegetarian athletes may benefit from education about food choices to optimize their health and performance. (
  • Although vegetarian diets are well-accepted in the public health arena, some coaches and professionals express concern that vegetarian athletes may not receive the proper nutrition required for optimal training and performance. (
  • To ensure optimal performance, vegetarian athletes need to consume adequate energy and select foods rich in the "red flag" nutrients, which either are found less abundantly in vegetarian foods or are less well absorbed from plant compared to animal sources. (
  • Oftentimes, the factors that impede performance are invisible to not only the untrained eye, but also the majority of athletes and coaches. (
  • This study evaluated the relationships between trait stress, Hoffman reflex, and performance among 36 healthy amateur male athletes. (
  • In the past few years, there have been a number of studies dealing with the effects of quercetin increasing the performance of mice and mixed performance in planned clinical trials using athletes. (
  • More and more we are hearing about athletes going gluten and improving their performance. (
  • Athletes are always looking for ways to improve their performance in sports. (
  • Everyday more athletes opt to use a mouth guard to improve performance. (
  • Professional athletes need real food to maximize their performance. (
  • The dogma in sports nutrition for the last four decades has been that to maximize performance, athletes need to carb-load before, during and after exercise. (
  • Even professional athletes sometimes fail to grasp the link between their diet and athletic performance. (
  • March 12, 2014 - SOLON, Ohio - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Multi Radiance Medical (MRM), manufacturer and marketer of FDA-cleared, over-the-counter (OTC) lasers for drug-free pain relief, announces that GameDay Super Pulsed Laser gives athletes a competitive edge during preparation, performance and recovery. (
  • His ongoing research studies demonstrate that specialized laser treatments used 24 hours prior to performance helps athletes delay muscle fatigue, prevent injury and recover after strenuous physical activity. (
  • Many professional sports teams and elite amateur athletic programs use Multi Radiance Medical laser treatment to help athletes achieve their highest performance capacity with each training session," says Max Kanarsky, president and CEO of MRM. (
  • Today's athletes understand that true graduated compression helps their performance, which is why athletes worldwide won't leave home without these socks. (
  • A growing trend among competitive athletes is the use of compression therapy socks to help improve their athletic performance. (
  • Compression therapy is a hot topic in sports media right now as a growing number of Triathletes, marathon runners and professional sports athletes are trying compression socks during performance to improve their results. (
  • An herbal supplement intended to help both amateur and professional athletes improve energy and endurance levels, with an eye to achieving optimal health and vitality and working toward delivering peak athletic performance. (
  • Citrulline malate enhances athletic anaerobic performance and relieves muscle soreness. (
  • The effects of low to moderate doses of alcohol on anaerobic performance and strength are equivocal, but an aid to performance is not evident (9). (
  • 2016). Results from observational and short-term intervention studies in which subjects consumed vegetarian or non-vegetarian diets for test periods of several weeks have detected no difference in strength/power, aerobic and anaerobic performance parameters based on the presence or absence of animal-derived (mostly flesh) foods (Craddock et al. (
  • Eighteen studies were included which compare Arg supplementation with placebo in an identical situation and testing its effects on aerobic and anaerobic performance tests. (
  • In conclusion, acute Arg supplementation protocols to improve aerobic and anaerobic performance should be adjusted to 0.15 g/kg of body weight ingested between 60-90 min before. (
  • Moreover, chronic Arg supplementation should include 1.5-2 g/day for 4-7 weeks in order to improve aerobic performance, and 10-12 g/day for 8 weeks to enhance anaerobic performance. (
  • The average improvement in performance is about 12 percent, with more benefits noticed during endurance exercise than with shorter exercise (eight to 20 minutes) and a negligible amount for sprinters. (
  • In research studies, the amount of caffeine that enhances performance ranges from 1.5 to 4 mg/lb body weight (3 to 9 mg/kg) taken one hour before exercise. (
  • The reduction in plasma choline levels associated with strenuous exercise (e.g., long distance running or extended swimming) may reduce acetylcholine content, and thus its release, and could thereby affect endurance and performance. (
  • We hypothesized that replacement of choline lost during exercise or prevention of that loss could influence neuronal release of acetylcholine and, subsequently, affect measures of athletic performance and fatigue. (
  • The data suggest that choline supplementation prior to strenuous exercise may improve performance in certain athletic paradigms as well as reduce fatigue and increase vigor. (
  • Students interested in a Professional Master's degree can look to WMU's exercise science program as an alternative degree path to assist with admission requirements for graduate athletic training programs. (
  • However, within each athlete's genetic predisposition, variations result from diet and exercise that may affect performance. (
  • Almonds can be incorporated into diets of those who are undertaking exercise training for performance improvement. (
  • Calcium ameliorates exercise-induced reduction in testosterone levels, which may be useful for increasing overall athletic performance. (
  • Personalized nutrition in athletic populations aims to optimize health, body composition, and exercise performance by targeting dietary recommendations to an individual's genetic profile. (
  • Although there have been few randomized, controlled trials examining the effects of genetic variation on performance in response to an ergogenic aid, there is a growing foundation of research linking gene-diet interactions on biomarkers of nutritional status, which impact exercise and sport performance. (
  • Sport and exercise performance are significantly influenced by nutrition, yet individuals respond differently to the same foods, nutrients and supplements consumed. (
  • As fluctuation in sex steroids are believed to be a possible causal factor in performance and exercise capacity, it is imperative to understand the effect of administering the various types of OCP on women. (
  • However, the research into oral contraceptives and exercise performance is not consistent. (
  • Therefore, the purpose of this article is to critically appraise the literature to date and to provide a current review of the physiological scientific knowledge base in relation to the OCP and exercise performance. (
  • Excessive sweating through exercise can leave you with less than adequate body stores of iodine, along with increased risk for thyroid deficiency and the potential for poor athletic performance. (
  • The effects of alcohol on athletic performance vary depending on quantity, demographics, and type of exercise, making it difficult to determine specific recommendations. (
  • Conversely, research has shown that even small doses of alcohol ingested prior to exercise led to a decrease in endurance performance (10). (
  • Physiological models to understand exercise fatigue and the adaptations that predict or enhance athletic performance. (
  • By reviewing features of these models, this review provides a broad overview of the physiological, metabolic and biomechanical factors that may limit exercise performance under different exercise conditions. (
  • But in the case of one recently available and popular class of supplements-ketone salts-research from UBC's Okanagan campus suggests it may inhibit, rather than improve, athletic performance during high-intensity exercise. (
  • Ketone salts are relatively new to the market and there's not much research on their impact on performance," says the study's co-author Jonathan Little, assistant professor in UBC Okanagan's School of Health and Exercise Sciences. (
  • It turns out that ketone salt supplements actually impair high-intensity exercise performance. (
  • On the other hand, Gill and Strom (1985) found that a dissociative condition produced superior performances more than an associative condition in a leg extension exercise. (
  • The Athletic Recovery sock helps to flush out the lactic acids built up in the leg muscles during exercise, as well as relieve tired, aching legs and exercise-induced muscle soreness. (
  • At the end of a day of training or after a competition, sleeping is a real tonic: those hours of night stand-by ensure physical recovery for the athlete's body, by repairing the muscles and joints that are constantly under strain, indispensable repairs, to produce successive performances of the same level. (
  • Though only a few weight loss supplements on the market right now are able to attain such effect on an athlete's performance, Raspberry Ketone can help in improving the energy level of people who are using it. (
  • We review the science of genetic modifiers of various dietary factors that impact an athlete's nutritional status, body composition and, ultimately athletic performance. (
  • But just as other regions of the back, the mid-spine can negatively impact a young athlete's performance and risk of injury. (
  • As explained by the chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency, for a drug to be banned it must meet two of three criteria: 1) taking it must enhance or potentially enhance performance, 2) it could place an athlete's health at risk, or 3) it violates the spirit of sport. (
  • These effects on the body may not only contribute negatively to athletic performance, but may also increase an athlete's risk for injury. (
  • Studies have shown that up to 25% of athlete's ages 11-18 years old have used caffeine in an effort to increase their athletic performances. (
  • Because of caffeine's effect on the body and its ability to increase an athlete's performance, Olympic Committees have debated on whether caffeine should be tested before the Olympic Games. (
  • Sports supplements are substances used to improve athletic performance. (
  • There is little scientific evidence to show that addition of these substances will enhance sports performance. (
  • Part 3 of this article briefly details specifics on the known natural ergogenic aids, most of which are deemed unbanned by athletic organizations, and then lists banned substances in international sports competition. (
  • Now it appears that a combination of new technology, proven natural plant extracts and optimal nutrition may outperform the banned substances, and boost athletic performance legally and safely. (
  • It's no mystery that caffeine, with its stimulation of the nervous system and respiration, combined with a boost of energy, can influence sports performance in several ways. (
  • As with other performance-altering chemicals and compounds, caffeine has earned itself specific regulation by several agencies and associations in the sports world. (
  • Another well-known gender difference is athletic performance in many sports, where males are usually superior in most comparable games 5 . (
  • On the other hand, participants in endurance sports, which require larger energy reserves, should not attempt to lower their body fat so much as to compromise their performance. (
  • While training, diet, and mental fitness are all clearly important contributors to achieving athletic success, the fact that individuals reaching the pinnacle of their chosen sports often share both physical and physiological attributes suggests a role for genetics. (
  • The importance of a personalized sports nutrition plan was highlighted in the recent "Nutrition and Athletic Performance" Joint Position Statement by the American College of Sports Medicine, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Dietitians of Canada, which states that "Nutrition plans need to be personalized to the individual athlete… and take into account specificity and uniqueness of responses to various strategies" ( 1 ). (
  • In this controversial and engaging exploration of athletic success, Sports Illustrated senior writer David Epstein tackles the great nature vs. nurture debate and traces how far science has come in solving this great riddle. (
  • Sports drinks provide an excellent source of easily digested carbohydrates to maximize muscle fuel storage for optimal performance. (
  • Lebrun CM. Effects of the menstrual cycle and oral contraceptives on sports performance. (
  • The field of sports nutrition has exploded in terms of applied research interest and publications, and also in the practical application of the research findings to the 'real' or 'athletic' world. (
  • Information herein is intended for professional audiences, including scientists, coaches, medical professionals, athletic trainers, nutritionists, dietitians and other sports health professionals who have a fundamental understanding of human physiology. (
  • Records in winter sports -- which are, in general, younger than many summer sports -- are still on the rise, but in ever-smaller increments, says Carl Foster, director of the human performance laboratory at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, and past president of the American College of Sports Medicine. (
  • Adequate hydration is a key element in sports performance. (
  • We feel that a system of ranking sports according to the importance of the individual performance factors is useful for parents, coaches, participants and medical personnel. (
  • NISMAT has developed charts showing the performance demands of various sports. (
  • Left unanswered by the current study were whether 'newer sports-specific programs were also effective in significantly reducing thge incidence of ACL injuries' and 'if the improvement in fitness and functional indices as a result of ACL injury prevention training translates into enhanced player performance during competition. (
  • Alcohol is currently a banned substance for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rifle competitions, and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) prohibits alcohol consumption during air sports, archery, powerboating, and automobile competitions on the basis of it being considered an ergogenic aid (11,18). (
  • To measure physical performance in many sports is often very easy and is also done with great precision. (
  • To determine whether altitude training, and living/sleeping at altitude has any beneficial effect on physical performance in athletic sports. (
  • Because of the multifactorial etiology of parafunctional CMS activity, conclusions about the need for dental treatment to improve sports performance are, however, completely unwarranted. (
  • This know-how is at the heart of Athletic Performance Training, a new methodology that helps create high intensity workouts to improve sports performance. (
  • 2016).Less is known about the ability of these diets to enhance training or sports performance (Craddock et al. (
  • In this interview, Olympic swimmer Arkady Vyatchanin discusses the effects of the standard American diet, colloquially referred to as SAD, on sports performance. (
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  • Can Vitamin D Improve Your Athletic Performance? (
  • Improve your athletic performance, extend your athletic career, treat body stiffness and achy joints, and rehabilitate injuries-all without having to seek out a coach, doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist, or masseur. (
  • Whether you enjoy football, baseball, hockey or swimming, being in top physical shape will improve your athletic performance and protect yourself from injuries. (
  • In sportswear the performance of the material and the way it fits the body of the athlete really matters and can make the difference between winning or losing. (
  • Developing a piece of apparel for an athlete followed naturally when looking at the performance of the material. (
  • The major concern with a tight middle back is that an athlete, in order to produce the required athletic movement (golf swing, pitch) will likely try to compensate by increasing rotation in the lower back. (
  • If albuterol is not performance enhancing, then shouldn't any competitive athlete be able to 'give it a try? (
  • Let's take a closer look at the role micronutrients play in performance and which are of the most concern to an athlete or anyone who trains on a regular basis. (
  • To understand this better and to demonstrate the effects of moderate alcohol consumption prior to athletic workouts, he conducted a study on 5 males and females. (
  • A performance mesh muscle providing the comfort and benefits needed to take on the toughest workouts. (
  • We know from one previously published study that ketone supplements may improve long-duration endurance performance but we're interested what happens during short-duration and high-intensity workouts, like running a 10k or cycling up a hill. (
  • The Stanford team developed a device known as the Core Cooling Glove which lowered body temperature and essentially reset the muscles' state of fatigue, thus enabling longer and more vigorous workouts which led to astounding athletic performance increases. (
  • Factors such as the amount of support a person receives from family and coaches, economic and other circumstances that allow one to pursue the activity, availability of resources, and a person's relative age compared to their peers all seem to play a role in athletic excellence. (
  • Coaches at many top universities are digging into the science of sleep, and what it reveals about sleep's power to boost athletic performance. (
  • High scores on confidence and perceived fitness and low scores on repressive denial, strength of religious faith, and sensitivity to glare were reliably associated with ratings of superior athletic performance by four coaches. (
  • The building houses the offices of the Kent State Athletic Department and the coaches of each of the university's varsity athletic teams. (
  • The foundation of enhancing athletic performance is essentially the same goal that health-care providers have for their in their patients, which is to optimize health. (
  • So, in short, the combination of micronutrients in ZMA can not only help improve your overall sleep patterns and energy levels, but also aid in enhancing athletic performance and boosting both testosterone and growth hormone. (
  • Alcohol improves performance in the bedroom say Australian scientists. (
  • A multitude of studies have indicated that due to its high vegetable nitrate content, beet juice, when drank on a regular basis, improves athletic performance when the nitrates are turned into nitric oxide through normal functions of the body. (
  • An acute dose of specific grape and apple polyphenols improves endurance performance. (
  • Studies have shown that caffeine improves performance in a variety of different activities. (
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  • The reason is that there is no evidence that taking insulin is performance enhancing. (
  • says that most evidence shows that short-term creatine supplementation can generate greater muscle gain and greater power output, thus enhancing performance. (
  • This article will discuss the available evidence related to alcohol and athletic performance. (
  • Although alcohol may have been viewed as an ergogenic aid in the past (likely for psychological reasons), the scientific evidence shows that alcohol hinders athletic performance, and ingestion prior to training or competition should be avoided. (
  • This document summarizes the results of an evidence-based review on the efficacy and safety of ephedra and ephedrine alkaloids for weight loss or to enhance athletic performance (power and endurance). (
  • Supplementation of creatine is thought to "supersaturate muscle" and allows for greater performance of short, explosive movements. (
  • 5-km running performance time was measured twice at the beginning of the study, and then once post-supplementation. (
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of ~90 day Protandim supplementation on 5-km running performance and on acute and long term oxidative damage as assessed by blood markers. (
  • The use of caffeine in anhydrous (without water) form, as compared to a cup of caffeinated coffee, seems to be of greater benefit for the purpose of enhancing endurance performance. (
  • Higgins reviewed more than 600 articles and screened them for those that focused only on caffeinated-coffee conditions, measured the caffeine dose and measured an endurance performance. (
  • Looking at the nine trials, Higgins found that between three and seven milligrams (mg) per kilogram of body weight of caffeine from coffee increased endurance performance by an average of 24 percent. (
  • Athletic have yet to win a continental trophy in 32 attempts, up to and including the 2017-18 campaign. (
  • The athletic trainer is an allied healthcare professional that specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and immediate care of injuries as well as the rehabilitation and reconditioning of acute and chronic medical conditions and injuries. (
  • Nutrition can help enhance athletic performance. (
  • Does coffee enhance performance -- or is it dehydrating? (
  • The vast majority of the studies conclude that caffeine does indeed enhance performance and makes the effort seem easier (by about six percent). (
  • Choline citrate may enhance athletic performance. (
  • This exciting discovery paves the way for dietary supplements that could enhance equine athletic performance. (
  • Mach concludes, "Improving our understanding of the intercommunication between the horse and the gut microbiome could help enhance their individual performance, as well as the method by which they are trained and dietary composition intake. (
  • Sportsmetrics (a 6-week pre-season program varying in length from 60-120 minutes) and the Prevent Injury and Enhance Performance Program (PEP) (a 20-minute warm up performed before every game and practice) not only significantly reduced injury risk but improved athletic performance. (
  • Some dietary supplement products used for weight loss and to enhance athletic performance contain these alkaloids. (
  • Ephedrine is not approved in the United States as a drug for weight loss or to enhance athletic performance. (
  • Does it Enhance Athletic Performance? (
  • Nitric oxide related ergogenic aids such as arginine (Arg) have shown to impact positively on sport performance through several physiological and metabolic mechanisms. (
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  • Wear TheraSport Athletic Performance Socks during your physical activity, and TheraSport Recovery Socks after to reduce muscle fatigue and recovery time. (
  • Sigvaris Performance Socks provide thermal and odor control, as well as Achilles tendon protection that reduces vibration on the ligaments. (
  • Athletic Recovery Socks are uniquely designed to help you recover faster by flushing out the lactic acid in the muscles as it pumps blood up the leg. (
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  • Note: When shopping for athletic compression socks, keep in mind that many brands don't actually offer the benefits of true graduated compression. (
  • A number of sock manufacturers are claiming to offer "compression" socks for athletic use. (
  • Marijuana and Its Effects on Athletic Performance: A Systematic Review. (
  • Three trials examined marijuana and its effects on athletic performance. (
  • Excessive calorie restriction can result in chronic fatigue, sleep disturbances, reduced performance, impaired ability for intensive training, and increased vulnerability to injury. (
  • What can be done to reduce risk of injury and improve performance? (
  • Because the two programs had a positive influence on both injury reduction and athletic performance factors, lead author Frank R. Noyes, MD, expressed the hope that the findings might lead to greater compliance with training, and to intervention programs becoming widespread. (
  • Can you Really Predict Athletic Injury and Performance? (
  • AIM's thirty-two year quest for better health through nutrition takes a giant leap forward with our new Red Rush performance shot. (
  • Recent studies suggest that beet juice also has non-athletic health applications such as improved metabolism and blood flow. (
  • Nevertheless, there is much useful research to guide the exerciser toward optimum health and performance. (
  • This holds true for a variety of ages, ethnicities, and level of skill, and whether the goal is optimizing physical activity for health and fitness or for high performance sport. (
  • Genetic variants affect the way we absorb, metabolize, utilize and excrete nutrients, and gene-diet interactions that affect metabolic pathways relevant to health and performance are now widely recognized ( 2 ). (
  • Natural News ) Aside from boosting athletic performance, taurine offers many benefits for your physical and mental health . (
  • Fuel is one thing, but don't underestimate the importance that micronutrients play in health and athletic performance. (
  • MILWAUKEE - Marquette University has selected Mortenson to build its proposed athletic performance research center, in partnership with Aurora Health Care. (
  • Mortenson has wide-ranging experience in constructing both athletic and health care facilities, and the project will be led by the company's Milwaukee office. (
  • Mortenson has a long and successful history of constructing large, technically complex projects, including athletic and health care facilities," said Kelly Noel, director of construction management for Aurora Health Care. (
  • Health Secrets) Men and women are always looking for an edge to boost their athletic performance beyond their competition. (
  • Most are unaware of just how wide a variety of nutrients the body is designed to utilize as well as the optimal amounts needed for optimal health and performance. (
  • Though it would not be appropriate to take these statistics, based on a very small sample, into consideration at this stage, further studies may open a whole new possibility of better athletic performance in the future. (
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