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Twitter acct for Springer Nature's leading sports science review journal Sports Medicine & the open-access research journal Sports Medicine - Open.
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Adam Virgile Jun 13
Extremely important paper for the sport and exercise science community. Please read via 🔎 below. Moving Sport and Exercise Science Forward: A Call for the Adoption of More Transparent Research Practices 🔎 👉
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Bart Dingenen Jun 9
Our paper "Biomechanical Risk Factors Associated with Running-Related Injuries: A Systematic Review" 👉 Now summarized in 2 infographics! 🔗 Full paper:
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Sports Medicine Jun 13
Replying to @BJSM_BMJ
Wow!! - Thanks ! 🙏
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G. Gregory Haff Jun 5
Very interesting paper by and colleagues on a possible method to answer questions about skeletal muscle hypertrophies role in muscular strength. Love that this group is offering a solution to a question
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Jozo Grgic Jun 8
Our new paper "Caffeine and Exercise: What Next?" is published in this month issue of
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Nigel Stepto PhD Jun 5
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James Smoliga Jun 5
Happy How is different on an "anti-gravity" treadmilll? Our systematic review in discusses the and of running on . Video of
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James L. Nuzzo Jun 5
NEW: Our commentary on the muscle hypertrophy debate. "Causal mediation could resolve whether training-induced increases in muscle strength are mediated by muscle hypertrophy"
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Bart Dingenen May 31
Good to see attention for our recent publication in the Belgian media! Thanks
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Emily Sauers, Ph.D. May 29
“Overtraining is incredibly rare. In most cases it’s under-recovery”
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Sports Medicine May 26
Do prevent ? A retrospective analysis of head injuries and helmet damage from real-world equestrian accidents
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James Smoliga May 26
What is the physiology of the ? Great review in for those interested in the science behind and other race car drivers. The Case for Driver Science in Motorsport: A Review and Recommendations
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ComplexSystemsSport May 22
Here the full paper 👉 Balagué, , , & Hristovski (2019) On the Relatedness and Nestedness of Constraints
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James Smoliga May 22
Plz RETWEET to clinicians! Our FREE read in Patients w/ moderate-severe have & deficits, poor fitness, increased mortality. Is it diaphragmatic dysfunction? Can training help?
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Alex Hutchinson May 22
Pretty neat data from a cohort of 50,000 people who did maximal treadmill tests. Those with the highest fitness were 77 and 61% less likely to be subsequently diagnosed with lung and colorectal cancer (even after adjustment). That's a big difference.
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IOC WORLD CONFERENCE May 21
Pls RT🙏 If you work in sports injury & illness prevention research, we like to hear from you! calling for abstracts (podium/poster) & workshop proposals Animation
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