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Effects of Various Work-to-rest Ratios during High-intensity Interval Training on Athletic Performance in Adolescents.

To examine the effect of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) with different work-to-rest ratios on athletic performance in athletes. Forty-seven male Taekwondo athletes (aged 15-18 yrs) were randomly assigned into 3 HIIT groups and a control group. Each group performed 6 and 8 bouts of HIIT: 1) 1:2 (30:60 s), 2) 1:4 (30:120 s), and 3) 1:8 (30:240 s) groups while the control group performed only Taekwondo training program. All HIIT groups completed 10 sessions over 4 weeks. Athletic performance t...

King-Devick Test Reliability in National Collegiate Athletic Association Athletes: A National Collegiate Athletic Association-Department of Defense Concussion Assessment, Research and Education Report.

The King-Devick (KD) test has received considerable attention in the literature as an emerging concussion assessment. However, important test psychometric properties remain to be addressed in large-scale independent studies.

Metabolic GWAS of elite athletes reveals novel genetically-influenced metabolites associated with athletic performance.

Genetic research of elite athletic performance has been hindered by the complex phenotype and the relatively small effect size of the identified genetic variants. The aims of this study were to identify genetic predisposition to elite athletic performance by investigating genetically-influenced metabolites that discriminate elite athletes from non-elite athletes and to identify those associated with endurance sports. By conducting a genome wide association study with high-resolution metabolomics profiling i...

The complex and bidirectional interaction between sex hormones and exercise performance in team sports with emphasis on soccer.

A constant topic reported in the lay press is the effect of sex hormones on athletic performance and their abuse by athletes in their effort to enhance their performance or to either boost or sidestep their hard, protracted, and demanding training regimens. However, an issue that it is almost never mentioned is that the athletic training itself affects the endogenous production of androgens and estrogens, while also being affected by them. Among sports, soccer is a particularly demanding activity, soccer pl...

Legislators' Perceptions and Knowledge of the Athletic Training Profession: Specific Considerations for Secondary Schools.

Legislation has played a role in advancing the athletic training profession and improving the health and safety of student-athletes. However, few researchers have examined state legislators' perceptions and awareness of the skills and qualifications accompanying the athletic trainer (AT) role.

Exploring Predictors of Moral Disengagement in Collegiate Athletic Trainers.

Considering recent high-profile reports of malpractice and negligence by National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletic trainers (ATs), it is prudent to investigate the psychological mechanisms that may influence ATs' ability to justify unethical behaviors. When treating injured student-athletes, ATs may undergo a cognitive process known as , which involves convincing oneself that ethical standards do not apply in a particular context.

Development of a Revised Performance-Perceptual Test Using Quick Speech in Noise Test Material and Its Norms.

Two audiometric speech measures have been recognized to have associations with hearing aid use success: the Quick Speech in Noise (QuickSIN) test and the Performance-Perceptual Test (PPT). The PPT involves using the same speech test material (Hearing in Noise Test [HINT]) twice, to evaluate patients' objective and subjective speech recognition performance in noise and the discrepancy between the two measures (Performance-Perceptual Discrepancy [PPDIS]). Using the QuickSIN to conduct the PPT (revised-PPT) ma...

Sleep Deprivation and Its Contribution to Mood and Performance Deterioration in College Athletes.

Sleep deprivation is very common among collegiate student athletes, resulting in impacts on mood, physiology, and performance. There are multifactorial contributions to sleep deprivation, but resulting alterations in sleep architecture explain impacts on learning, vigilance, mood, and athletic performance. Recognition of the physical impacts is key. Clinical inquiry is warranted. Medication can be helpful short term but should be used with caution due to effects on sleep cycle and the potential for addictio...

Athletic Trainer Services in the Secondary School Setting: The Athletic Training and Locations Services Project.

Previous researchers determined that 67% of US secondary schools had access to athletic trainer (AT) services (35% full time [FT] and 30% part time [PT]) in 52% of the 20 272 secondary schools. The population-based statistic is yet to be determined.

Low Back Pain Treatment by Athletic Trainers and Athletic Therapists: Biomedical or Biopsychosocial Orientation?

Low back pain (LBP) remains a societal burden due to consistently high rates of recurrence and chronicity. Recent evidence suggested that a provider's treatment orientation influences patient beliefs, theclinical approach, and subsequently, rehabilitation outcomes.

Relationship Between the King-Devick Test and Commonly Used Concussion Tests at Baseline.

Comprehensive assessments are recommended to evaluate sport-related concussion (SRC). The degree to which the King-Devick (KD) test adds novel information to an SRC evaluation is unknown.

Engaging Athletic Trainers in Concussion Detection: Overview of the National Football League ATC Spotter Program, 2011-2017.

To assist sideline medical staff and to augment detection of concussion in National Football League (NFL) players during preseason and regular season games via the use of athletic trainer certified (ATC) spotters.

Influence of Test Environment, Age, Sex, and Sport on Baseline Computerized Neurocognitive Test Performance.

Baseline computerized testing is a common component of concussion assessments, and the testing environment has been suggested to influence test performance and validity.

Attenuated Cardiovascular Responses to the Cold Pressor Test in Concussed Collegiate Athletes.

Cardiovascular responses to the cold pressor test (CPT) provide information regarding sympathetic function.

Epidemiology of Foot Injuries Using National Collegiate Athletic Association Data From the 2009-2010 Through 2014-2015 Seasons.

Researchers analyzing data from the National Collegiate Athletic Association Injury Surveillance System data have not considered the differences in foot injuries across specific sports and between males and females.

Distribution of Men and Women Among NCAA Head Team Physicians, Head Athletic Trainers, and Assistant Athletic Trainers.

Association Between the Seated Single-Arm Shot-Put Test With Isokinetic Pushing Force.

Previous investigations have examined the reliability, normalization, and underlying projection mechanics of the seated single-arm shot-put (SSASP) test. Although the test is believed to reflect test limb strength, there have been no assessments determining whether test performance is directly associated with upper-extremity strength.

Tandem Gait Test-Retest Reliability Among Healthy Child and Adolescent Athletes.

The tandem gait test is a method for assessing dynamic postural control and part of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool, versions 3 and 5. However, its reliability among child and adolescent athletes has yet to be established.

Validity and reliability of the unsupported upper-limb exercise test in individuals with rheumatoid arthritis.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic disease which affects the performance of the upper extremities. There is no method to evaluate the specific upper extremity endurance of individuals with this disease. The unsupported upper-limb exercise test (UULEX) is a performance test that evaluates upper extremity performance (functionality and endurance).

Sex differences in youth elite swimming.

The timing and magnitude of sex differences in athletic performance during early human development, prior to adulthood, is unknown.

The Isometric Horizontal Push Test: Test-Retest Reliability and Validation Study.

To investigate the test-retest reliability and criterion validity of the isometric horizontal push test (IHPT), a newly designed test that selectively measures the horizontal component of maximal isometric force.

Acute caffeine intake increases performance in the 15-s Wingate test during the menstrual cycle.

In male athletes, caffeine is considered an ergogenic aid to increase anaerobic performance during the Wingate Anaerobic test (WANT). However, information about the effect of caffeine on WANT performance in women athletes is contradictory. Furthermore, it is unknown whether the ergogenicity of caffeine is present during all the phases of the menstrual cycle. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of caffeine intake on WANT performance during three phases of the menstrual cycle.

Performance Differences Between the Modified Star Excursion Balance Test and the Y-Balance Test in Individuals With Chronic Ankle Instability.

The modified Star Excursion Balance Test (mSEBT) and Y-Balance Test (YBT) are common dynamic postural stability assessments for individuals with chronic ankle instability (CAI). However, the reach distance measurement technique and movement strategy used during the mSEBT and YBT differ. To date, no studies have compared task performance differences on these tests in CAI patients.

World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy World Congress 2019 Peer-Reviewed Track Abstracts May 11-12, 2019 Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan.

Athletic Trainers' Practice Patterns Regarding Medical Documentation.

Medical documentation is a required component of patient care in all health care professions.

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