What You Need to Know About Disordered Eating in Sport

Eating disorders are considerably more prevalent in the athletic community than in the general population [1]. This makes the identification of athletes with eating disorders, and those at risk for developing eating disorders, particularly important.

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Specificity and Transfer of Lower-Body Strength: Influence of Bilateral vs. Unilateral Lower-Body Resistance Training

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Which criteria are used to clear patients to return to sport after primary ACL reconstruction? A scoping review

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Association Between Push-up Exercise Capacity and Future Cardiovascular Events Among Active Adult Men

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Impact of Dry-Land Sprint Training on Short Track Speed Skating Start

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How to Use the Last 3 Minutes of Halftime: The Effect of Halftime Re-warmup Duration on Intermittent Sprint Performance

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Body Composition in Sport: Ultrasound

Monitoring body composition in athletes is beneficial for a multitude of reasons. Although ultrasound (US) is not typically known for its potential to assess body composition, this technique may be a diamond in the rough for body composition assessment in athletes and sport. How it works, its popularity among sport professionals, and common sources and margin of error are reviewed in this article.

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Effects of Time of Day-specific Resistance Training on Adaptations in Skeletal Muscle Hypertrophy and Muscle Strength: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

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Body Composition in Sport: BOD POD and Underwater Weighing

Monitoring body composition in athletes is beneficial for a multitude of reasons. Air displacement plethsymography (ADP; BOD POD is the most common device) and underwater weighing (UWW) are two highly regarded methods for body composition assessment. How ADP and UWW work, their popularity among sport professionals, and common sources and margin of error are reviewed in this article.

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The Muscle Protein Synthetic Response to Meal Ingestion Following Resistance-Type Exercise

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Intermittent Dieting: Theoretical Considerations for the Athlete

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A Meta-analysis of Effects of Resistance Exercise on Cognition

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Effects of Acute Ingestion of Caffeine on Team Sports Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

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Body Composition in Sport: Skinfolds Assessment

Monitoring body composition in athletes is beneficial for many reasons. Skinfold thickness assessment is one of many methods that can be used to accomplish this task. How skinfolds assessment works, its popularity among sport professionals, how to pick the right equation to use, and sources of error are reviewed in this article.

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Moving Sport and Exercise Science Forward: A Call for the Adoption of More Transparent Research Practices

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Evidence Grades for Supplements with Purported Effects on Muscle Mass and Strength

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Understanding the Physiological Limiting Factors of VO2 Max

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Body Composition in Sport: BIA

Monitoring body composition in athletes is beneficial for a myriad of reasons. BIA, or bioelectrical impedance analysis, is one of many methods that can be used to assess body composition in athletes. How BIA works, its popularity, and common sources and margin of error are reviewed in this article.

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Intermittent energy restriction improves weight loss efficiency in obese men: the MATADOR study

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How many times per week should a muscle be trained to maximize muscle hypertrophy? A systematic review and meta-analysis of studies examining the effects of resistance training frequency

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