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Effects of Menstrual Cycle Phase on Fluid Regulation during Walking Exercise
Yuka Nose, Kana Fujita, Takuma Wada, Kazuki Nishimura, Masayuki Hakoda
2020, 19(3), 556-563
Association between Functional Performance and Return to Performance in High-Impact Sports after Lower Extremity Injury: A Systematic Review
Astrid Vereijken, Inne Aerts, Jorrit Jetten, Bruno Tassignon, Jo Verschueren, Romain Meeusen, Emiel van Trijffel
2020, 19(3), 564-576
How Length Sizes Affect Body Composition Estimation in Adolescent Athletes Using Bioelectrical Impedance
Katinka Utczás, Zsófia Tróznai, Gergely Pálinkás, Irina Kalabiska, Leonidas Petridis
2020, 19(3), 577-584
A Video-Based Classification System for Assessing Locomotor Skills in Children
Daniel H. K. Chow, Wilson H. W. Cheng, Simone S. M. Tam
2020, 19(3), 585-595
Acute Effects of an Incremental Exercise Test on Psychophysiological Variables and Their Interaction
Alexander T. John, Johanna Wind, Fabian Horst, Wolfgang I. Schöllhorn
2020, 19(3), 596-612
Global Positioning System Activity Profile in Touch Rugby: Does Training Meet the Match-Play Intensity in a Two-Day International Test Match Series?
Chi-Ching Gary Chow
2020, 19(3), 613-619
Comfort and Ground Reaction Forces in Flat-Footed Female Runners: Comparison of Low-Dye Taping versus Sham Taping
Hui Li Alvina Koh, Wei-Hsiu Lin, Pui Wah Kong
2020, 19(3), 620-626
Letter to editor
Scientific Rigour in the Assessment and Interpretation of Youth Cardiopulmonary Fitness: A Response to the Paper 'Normative Reference Values and International Comparisons for the 20-Metre Shuttle Run Test: Analysis of 69,960 Test Results among Chinese Children and Youth'
Neil Armstrong, Jo Welsman
2020, 19(3), 627-629
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Influence of Altered Knee Angle and Muscular Contraction Type on Electromyographic Activity of Hamstring Muscles during 45° Hip Extension Exercise
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