${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Exploring the Justifications for Selecting a Drop Landing Task to Assess Injury Biomechanics: A Narrative Review and Analysis of Landings Performed by Female Netball Players Wed 20 Mar 2019 14:53:44 AEST ]]> A Systematic Review of Financial Toxicity Among Cancer Survivors: We Can’t Pay the Co-Pay Wed 16 Oct 2019 16:30:07 AEST ]]> Principles for the Use of Ball Projection Machines in Elite and Developmental Sport Programmes Wed 14 Aug 2019 10:01:41 AEST ]]> Dietary Intake of Competitive Bodybuilders 6 months from competition) or immediate post-competition period and lowest during competition preparation (≤6 months from competition) or competition week. The most commonly reported dietary supplements were protein powders/liquids and amino acids. The studies failed to provide details on rationale for different dietary intakes. The contribution of diet supplements was also often not reported. When supplements were reported, intakes of some micronutrients were excessive (~1000 % of US Recommended Dietary Allowance) and above the tolerable upper limit. Conclusion: This review demonstrates that literature describing the dietary intake practices of competitive bodybuilders is dated and often of poor quality. Intake reporting required better specificity and details of the rationale underpinning the use. The review suggests that high-quality contemporary research is needed in this area, with the potential to uncover dietary strategies worthy of scientific exploration.]]> Wed 12 Feb 2020 13:22:42 AEST ]]> Nonmedical Switching From Originators to Biosimilars: Does the Nocebo Effect Explain Treatment Failures and Adverse Events in Rheumatology and Gastroenterology? Wed 12 Feb 2020 09:24:54 AEST ]]> The Epidemiology of Injuries Across the Weight-Training Sports 100 participants, only four studies utilized a prospective design. Bodybuilding had the lowest injury rates (0.12–0.7 injuries per lifter per year; 0.24–1 injury per 1000 h), with strongman (4.5–6.1 injuries per 1000 h) and Highland Games (7.5 injuries per 1000 h) reporting the highest rates. The shoulder, lower back, knee, elbow, and wrist/hand were generally the most commonly injured anatomical locations; strains, tendinitis, and sprains were the most common injury type. Very few significant differences in any of the injury outcomes were observed as a function of age, sex, competitive standard, or bodyweight class. Conclusion: While the majority of the research we reviewed utilized retrospective designs, the weight-training sports appear to have relatively low rates of injury compared with common team sports. Future weight-training sport injury epidemiology research needs to be improved, particularly in terms of the use of prospective designs, diagnosis of injury, and changes in risk exposure.]]> Wed 10 May 2017 16:31:30 AEST ]]> Cognitive Effects of Long-Term Benzodiazepine Use: A Meta-Analysis Wed 06 Dec 2017 14:06:56 AEST ]]> Solid-phase amplification and detection: A single-tube diagnostic assay for infectious agents Tue 16 Oct 2018 11:38:38 AEST ]]> [beta]-Hydroxy-F128b-Methylbutyrate (HMB) Supplementation and the Promotion of Muscle Growth and Strength Thu 30 Jan 2020 10:08:00 AEST ]]> Risk and Protective Factors for Middle- and Long-Distance Running-Related Injury Thu 27 Jun 2019 10:01:31 AEST ]]> Chronic Ankle Instability in Sporting Populations Thu 19 Feb 2015 10:43:07 AEST ]]> Exercise professionals with advanced clinical training should be afforded greater responsibility in pre-participation exercise screening: a new collaborative model between exercise professionals and physicians Thu 17 May 2018 15:22:52 AEST ]]> Risk Factors for Knee Injury in Golf: A Systematic Review Thu 16 Nov 2017 16:18:49 AEST ]]> Wrist Injuries in Tennis Players: A Narrative Review Thu 15 Mar 2018 09:16:50 AEST ]]> A Systematic Review of the Effect of Cognitive Strategies on Strength Performance Thu 14 Feb 2019 10:44:15 AEST ]]> Adopting a Sustainable Community of Practice Model when Developing a Service to Support Patients with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB): A Stakeholder-Centred Approach. The Patient- Patient-Centred Outcomes Research. Thu 12 Oct 2017 11:05:40 AEST ]]> A Review of Factors Influencing Athletes’ Food Choices Thu 11 Aug 2016 13:10:30 AEST ]]> Development of a Procedure for the Government Provision of Bone-Anchored Prosthesis Using Osseointegration in Australia Mon 19 Mar 2018 15:56:39 AEST ]]> Relationships Between Dry-land Resistance Training and Swim Start Performance and Effects of Such Training on the Swim Start: A Systematic Review  0.90) to vertical bodyweight jumps and jump height. Post-activation potentiation and plyometrics were found to produce significant improvements in acute and chronic swim start performance, respectively. Conclusion: While there appears to be strong evidence supporting the use of plyometric exercises such as vertical jumps for monitoring and improving swim start performance, future studies need to replicate these findings using current starting blocks and techniques and compare the chronic effects of a variety of resistance training programmes.]]> Mon 18 Nov 2019 10:40:17 AEST ]]> Nutrition and Altitude: Strategies to Enhance Adaptation, Improve Performance and Maintain Health: A Narrative Review  3000 m), the impact of nutrition and/or supplements on further optimization of these hypoxic adaptations at low–moderate altitudes is only an emerging topic. Within this narrative review we have highlighted six major themes involving nutrition: altered energy availability, iron, carbohydrate, hydration, antioxidant requirements and various performance supplements. Of these issues, emerging data suggest that particular attention be given to the potential risk for poor energy availability and increased iron requirements at the altitudes typical of elite athlete training (~ 1600–2400 m) to interfere with optimal adaptations. Furthermore, the safest way to address the possible increase in oxidative stress associated with altitude exposure is via the consumption of antioxidant-rich foods rather than high-dose antioxidant supplements. Meanwhile, many other important questions regarding nutrition and altitude training remain to be answered. At the elite level of sport where the differences between winning and losing are incredibly small, the strategic use of nutritional interventions to enhance the adaptations to altitude training provides an important consideration in the search for optimal performance.]]> Mon 16 Dec 2019 08:35:49 AEST ]]> 'Psyching-up' and muscular force production Mon 15 Aug 2016 12:48:09 AEST ]]> Exercise Interventions for the Prevention and Treatment of Groin Pain and Injury in Athletes: A Critical and Systematic Review Fri 27 Jul 2018 16:46:20 AEST ]]> Combined Lower Limb Revascularisation and Supervised Exercise Training for Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease: A Systematic Review of Randomised Controlled Trials Fri 21 Apr 2017 10:17:21 AEST ]]> Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Clinically Indicated Versus Routine Replacement of Peripheral Intravenous Catheters Fri 08 Apr 2016 09:37:34 AEST ]]> Exercise physiologists emerge as allied healthcare professionals in the era of non-communicable disease pandemics: A report from Australia, 2006-2012 Fri 08 Apr 2016 08:38:54 AEST ]]> Ethics of childhood sport Fri 07 Nov 2014 13:30:13 AEST ]]> Current Methodologies and Implications of Phase Identification of the Vertical Jump: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Fri 02 Mar 2018 15:36:13 AEST ]]>