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To Evaluate the Effectiveness of an Injury Prevention Program in Athletics

The practice of Athletics leads to risk of injuries: about 61 to 76% athletes will occurred at least one injury during a season. The prevention of Athletics injuries thus represents a major challenge for all stakeholders around athletes. In team sports, injury prevention programs have been implemented and scientifically validated. However, no injury prevention programs have been implemented and scientifically validated for Athletics. In this context, a primary objective will be...


Prevention of Injuries in Young Athletics (Track and Field) Athletes

The long-term purpose of an on-going participatory action research program "The KLUB-study" in Sweden, that involves scientists and representatives from all levels of athletics, is to develop a sustainable framework for safe athletics (track and field) training for child athletes born 2002-2006. The first part of the research program, a 1-year longitudinal study analysing training and injury data, was completed in November 2017. The present study sets out to evaluate a website ...

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Inspiratory Muscle Training (EMI) on Inspiratory Muscle Strength, Pulmonary Capacity and Performance in Soccer Players

The training of the respiratory muscles seems to be fundamental in people who require a high physical demand. There is abundant scientific evidence that relates the respiratory variables and the limitation to exercise. The published studies are athletics and cycling, however it is scarce in football. Objective. To assess the effects of inspiratory muscle training on lung function and sports performance in soccer players.

Stress Urinary Incontinence of Sporting Teenager

Physical activity and sport are beneficial to the cardiovascular system, the musculoskeletal system and many chronic pathologies. The High Authority of Health (HAS) recommends a regular practice. However, depending on the discipline and level of practice, it may be responsible for traumatic injuries, degenerative musculoskeletal injuries, overtraining, eating disorders or cardiovascular events. It also promotes urinary stress incontinence, by increasing intra-abdominal pressure...

Analysis of Sensory Motor Training in Chronic Ankle Instability

Introduction: Sensory motor training (STS) is part of rehabilitation and injury prevention in individuals with chronic ankle instability (ICS). The use of footwear during SST may interfere with neuromuscular responses, but little is known about the difference in motor control response when training is applied with the use of shoes or bare feet. Objectives: To establish the effect of sensory motor training with and without sports shoes on the dynamic postural control of athletes...

Examining the Effects of Three Soft Tissue Treatments on Functional Movement and Functional Performance Enhancement

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of Astym® treatment, The Stick® treatment and massage treatment on performance among healthy college athletes and to investigate any relationship between functional movement and functional performance. Participants will be recruited from Division II, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) basketball and volleyball teams. The participants will be randomized into one of three groups: Astym treatment (AT),...

Methylsulfonylmethane on Knee Laxity

The proposed research will focus on determining the effect of methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) on knee laxity changes through the menstrual cycle in young active females. As an extension to recent discovery, that MSM reverses the negative effect of estrogen on engineered ligament function, the proposed work is designed to determine whether MSM can decrease the negative effect of estrogen on knee laxity in females. Ligament function is determined by the content and cross-linking of...

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