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  1. Exercise adherence in already low-active older adults with and without mild cognitive impairment (MCI) remains low. Perceptual regulation and exergaming may facilitate future exercise behaviour by improving th...

    Authors: Liam McAuliffe, Gaynor C. Parfitt, Roger G. Eston, Caitlin Gray, Hannah A. D. Keage and Ashleigh E. Smith
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2018 10:2
  2. Measuring physical activity (PA) and sedentary time (ST) by self-report or device as well as assessing related health factors may alter those behaviors. Thus, in intervention trials assessments may bias interv...

    Authors: Lisa Voigt, Sophie Baumann, Antje Ullrich, Franziska Weymar, Ulrich John and Sabina Ulbricht
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2018 10:1
  3. Despite debate regarding their effectiveness, many different post-exercise recovery strategies are used by athletes. This study compared five post-exercise recovery strategies (cold water immersion, contrast w...

    Authors: Fiona Crowther, Rebecca Sealey, Melissa Crowe, Andrew Edwards and Shona Halson
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:25
  4. This systematic review was conducted with the first objective aimed at providing an overview of the physiological characteristics commonly evaluated in rugby and the corresponding tests used to measure each co...

    Authors: Matthew Chiwaridzo, Sander Oorschot, Jermaine M. Dambi, Gillian D. Ferguson, Emmanuel Bonney, Tapfuma Mudawarima, Cathrine Tadyanemhandu and Bouwien C. M. Smits-Engelsman
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:24
  5. Anthropometric models remain appropriate alternatives to estimate body composition of peripubertal populations. However, these traditional models do not consider other body components that undergo major change...

    Authors: Dalmo Machado, Analiza Silva, Luis Gobbo, Paula Elias, Francisco J. A. de Paula and Nilo Ramos
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:23
  6. It has previously been shown that isotonic strength training can improve driver performance among golfers, though few studies have investigated effects of strength training on swing kinematics together with dr...

    Authors: James Parker, Charlie Lagerhem, John Hellström and M. Charlotte Olsson
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:21
  7. The presence of pain during movement typically results in changes in technique. However, the physical properties of water, such as flotation, means that water-based exercise may not only reduce compensatory mo...

    Authors: Anna C. Severin, Brendan J. Burkett, Mark R. McKean, Aaron N. Wiegand and Mark G. L. Sayers
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:20
  8. Physical activity (PA) promotion in healthcare is an important strategy for increasing PA levels. Physiotherapists are well-positioned to promote PA, however no studies have investigated PA promotion by physio...

    Authors: Nicole Freene, Sophie Cools and Bernie Bissett
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:19
  9. Soccer is one of the most widely played sports in the world. However, soccer players have an increased risk of lower limb injury. These injuries may be caused by both modifiable and non-modifiable factors, jus...

    Authors: David Sadigursky, Juliana Almeida Braid, Diogo Neiva Lemos De Lira, Bruno Almeida Barreto Machado, Rogério Jamil Fernandes Carneiro and Paulo Oliveira Colavolpe
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:18
  10. Physical fitness is a crucial variable in people with severe mental illness as these people could be more independent and improve their job opportunities. The present study compared the physical fitness of phy...

    Authors: David Perez-Cruzado, Antonio I. Cuesta-Vargas, Elisa Vera-Garcia and Fermín Mayoral-Cleries
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:17
  11. Brazilian jiu-jitsu is characterized by musculoskeletal disorders and high occurrence of sports injuries. The present study was aimed to analyze some internal factors, as well as to describe occurrence and cha...

    Authors: Dayana das Graças, Letícia Nakamura, Fernando Sérgio Silva Barbosa, Paula Felippe Martinez, Filipe Abdalla Reis and Silvio Assis de Oliveira-Junior
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:16
  12. Brachial hemiparesis is one of the most frequent sequelae of stroke, leading to important functional disability given the role of the upper limb in executing activities of daily living (ADL). The Stroke Upper ...

    Authors: João Paulo Branco, Sandra Oliveira, João Páscoa Pinheiro and Pedro L. Ferreira
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:15
  13. Overtraining syndrome (OTS), functional (FOR) and non-functional overreaching (NFOR) are conditions diagnosed in athletes with decreased performance and fatigue, triggered by metabolic, immune, hormonal and ot...

    Authors: Flavio A. Cadegiani and Claudio E. Kater
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:14
  14. To ensure an efficient and targeted adaptation with low injury risk during strength exercises, knowledge of the participant specific internal loading conditions is essential. The goal of this study was to calc...

    Authors: Florian Schellenberg, William R. Taylor and Silvio Lorenzetti
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:13
  15. This study investigated the perceived influence of a Healthy Welcoming Environment (HWE) on participation in sports clubs among adolescent girls, and how these perceptions changed longitudinally. HWE was defin...

    Authors: M. M. Casey, R. M. Eime, J. T. Harvey, N. A. Sawyer, M. J. Craike, C. M. Symons and W. R. Payne
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:12
  16. In isometric muscle function, there are subjectively two different modes of performance: one can either hold isometrically – thus resist an impacting force – or push isometrically – therefore work against a st...

    Authors: Laura V. Schaefer and Frank N. Bittmann
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:11
  17. Back extension (BE) is a strength exercise for training the dorsal trunk and hip muscles. To optimise training recommendations that avoid overloading and possible injury, the aim of this study was to determine...

    Authors: Florian Schellenberg, Nicole Schmid, Ramona Häberle, Nicole Hörterer, William R. Taylor and Silvio Lorenzetti
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:10
  18. Ventilatory anaerobic threshold (VAT) is frequently used as a measure of exercise tolerance, with the V-slope method being the standard; however, this needs to be visually determined. Over the years, we have o...

    Authors: Hirotaka Nishijima, Kazuo Kondo, Kazuya Yonezawa, Hiroki Hashimoto and Masayuki Sakurai
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:9
  19. Increasing physical activity (PA) and decreasing sedentary time (ST) have important health effects among breast cancer patients, a growing population group. PA and sedentary behaviors are complex multi-dimensi...

    Authors: Anne-Sophie Mazzoni, Karin Nordin, Sveinung Berntsen, Ingrid Demmelmaier and Helena Igelström
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:8
  20. The International Physical Activity Questionnaire short-form (IPAQ-SF) is frequently used to assess physical activity (PA) level in the general adult population including pregnant women. However, the reliabili...

    Authors: Birgitte Sanda, Ingvild Vistad, Lene Annette Hagen Haakstad, Sveinung Berntsen, Linda Reme Sagedal, Hilde Lohne-Seiler and Monica Klungland Torstveit
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:7
  21. A variety of recovery strategies are used by athletes, although there is currently no research that investigates perceptions and usage of recovery by different competition levels of team sport athletes.

    Authors: Fiona Crowther, Rebecca Sealey, Melissa Crowe, Andrew Edwards and Shona Halson
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:6
  22. Authors: Idoia Muñoz, Jokin Garatea, Jokin Garatea, Idoia Muñoz, Silvia Ala, Francisco Cardoso, Hugo Paredes, Margrit Gelautz, Florian Seitner, Christian Kapeller, Nicole Brosch, Zuzana Frydrychova, Iva Buresova, Katerina Bartosova, Sara Huteckova, Sara Huteckova…
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9(Suppl 1):5

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 9 Supplement 1

  23. Low back pain (LBP) is common in athletes. LBP can be detrimental to athletic performance and health. Factors predisposing to LBP in athletes remain elusive and require further studies. We investigated whether...

    Authors: Sabina Cauci, Francesca Migliozzi, Carlo Simone Trombetta, Ilaria Venuto, Paola Saccheri, Luciana Travan and Giovanni Chiriacò
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:4
  24. Several studies have demonstrated that body habitus is associated with survival (life expectancy) time. We sought to determine if survival differed between elite athletes with a range of body types. We hypothe...

    Authors: Jeffrey Lee-Heidenreich, David Lee-Heidenreich and Jonathan Myers
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:3
  25. Physical inactivity ranks as a major contributing factor in the development and progression of chronic disease. Lifestyle interventions reduce the progression of chronic disease, however, compliance decreases ...

    Authors: Katie-Jane Brickwood, Stuart T. Smith, Greig Watson and Andrew D. Williams
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2017 9:1
  26. Physical inactivity is a common risk factor for several non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Increasing physical activity could reduce the burden of disease due to major NCDs and increase life expectancy. Undergr...

    Authors: Chathuranga Ranasinghe, Chathurani Sigera, Priyanga Ranasinghe, Ranil Jayawardena, Ayodya C. R. Ranasinghe, Andrew P. Hills and Neil King
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:39
  27. Recently, the incidence rate of back pain (BP) in adolescents has been reported at 21%. However, the development of BP in adolescent athletes is unclear. Hence, the purpose of this study was to examine the inc...

    Authors: Steffen Mueller, Juliane Mueller, Josefine Stoll, Olaf Prieske, Michael Cassel and Frank Mayer
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:38
  28. Up-to-date research on musculoskeletal- and neuromotor fitness (MSMF) is lacking. The aims of the present paper were to a) establish normative values of MSMF by gender and age, and b) to assess how much of the...

    Authors: Ingirid Geirsdatter Heald Kjær, Monica Klungland Torstveit, Elin Kolle, Bjørge Herman Hansen and Sigmund Alfred Anderssen
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:37
  29. During the past decades, concerns about increased anabolic androgenic steroid (AAS) use among recreational sportspeople have been raised, yet there is a paucity of AAS prevention efforts targeting this group. ...

    Authors: Yasmina Molero, Johanna Gripenberg and Ann-Sofie Bakshi
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:36
  30. Surgery for cancer of the thoracic esophagus is a challenging procedure associated with high morbidity and mortality. Perioperative rehabilitation has been introduced to promote early mobilization of the patie...

    Authors: Takayuki Inoue, Satoru Ito, Masahiko Ando, Motoki Nagaya, Hiromichi Aso, Yota Mizuno, Keiko Hattori, Hiroki Nakajima, Yoshihiro Nishida, Yukiko Niwa, Yasuhiro Kodera, Masahiko Koike and Yoshinori Hasegawa
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:34
  31. Female handball athletes are at a particular risk of sustaining lower extremity injuries. The study examines time-dependent adaptations of static and dynamic balance as potential injury risk factors to a speci...

    Authors: Simon Steib, Peter Zahn, Christine zu Eulenburg, Klaus Pfeifer and Astrid Zech
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:33
  32. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is a rapidly growing sport and recreational activity where anecdotal evidence exists for its proposed health, fitness and injury rehabilitation benefits. While limited scientific...

    Authors: Ben Schram, Wayne Hing and Mike Climstein
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:32
  33. Prevention of multi-morbidities following non-communicable diseases requires a systematic registration of adverse modifiable risk factors, including low physical fitness. The aim of the study was to establish ...

    Authors: Cecilie Fau Brinkløv, Ida Kær Thorsen, Kristian Karstoft, Charlotte Brøns, Laura Valentiner, Henning Langberg, Allan Arthur Vaag, Jens Steen Nielsen, Bente Klarlund Pedersen and Mathias Ried-Larsen
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:31
  34. There is very limited knowledge about the effects of exercise on men with Chronic Widespread Pain (CWP), especially regarding fatigue. We wanted to investigate the effects of resistance exercise compared with ...

    Authors: Anna Ericsson, Tomas Bremell, Åsa Cider and Kaisa Mannerkorpi
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:29
  35. Paralympic sport provides sporting opportunities for athletes with a disability, with the Paralympic Games as the main event. Participation in sport is, however, associated with a significant risk for sustaini...

    Authors: Kristina Fagher, Jenny Jacobsson, Toomas Timpka, Örjan Dahlström and Jan Lexell
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:28

    The Erratum to this article has been published in BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:30

  36. Proximal humerus fractures can be treated surgically (eg: pinning, plate and screws) or conservatively by wearing a splint or a cast. Following both of these approaches, rehabilitation has proven effective to ...

    Authors: François Cabana, Catherine Pagé, Amy Svotelis, Samuel Langlois-Michaud and Michel Tousignant
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:27
  37. The use of exergaming is a potential alternative to traditional methods of balance training, which can be repetitive and somewhat monotonous. The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of exergaming u...

    Authors: Gillian Barry, Paul van Schaik, Alasdair MacSween, John Dixon and Denis Martin
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:25
  38. Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation reduces morbidity and mortality. Walking is a convenient activity suitable for people with cardiac disease. Pedometers count steps, measure walking activity and motivate p...

    Authors: Charlotte Brun Thorup, Mette Grønkjær, Helle Spindler, Jan Jesper Andreasen, John Hansen, Birthe Irene Dinesen, Gitte Nielsen and Erik Elgaard Sørensen
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:24
  39. ACL ruptures in Alpine ski racers are frequently observed. This study analysed the association between physical fitness, race performance and the knee injury history.

    Authors: Kai-Uwe Schmitt, Nicole Hörterer, Michael Vogt, Walter O. Frey and Silvio Lorenzetti
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:23
  40. Volume kinetic fluid turnover of three beverages was investigated for the purpose of estimating their rates of absorption and elimination as well as their maximum effect on the blood volume. The results were t...

    Authors: Joachim Zdolsek, Annika Metander and Robert Hahn
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:22
  41. Bovine colostrum is proposed as a nutritional countermeasure to the risk of upper respiratory symptoms (URS) during exercise training. The aim of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to estimate the si...

    Authors: Arwel W. Jones, Daniel S. March, Ffion Curtis and Christopher Bridle
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:21
  42. Most of the research in the area of psychosocial factors in rehabilitation after sports injuries has focused on risk behaviors, while relatively few studies have focused on behaviors that facilitate rehabilita...

    Authors: Urban Johnson, Andreas Ivarsson, Jón Karlsson, Martin Hägglund, Markus Waldén and Mats Börjesson
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:20
  43. Increased shoulder mobility and Generalised Joint Hypermobility (GJH) are assumed to be predisposing risk factors for shoulder injuries. The association between GJH and shoulder mobility among competitive swim...

    Authors: Tina Junge, Peter Henriksen, Heidi Lund Andersen, Linette Dyg Byskov, Hans Kromann Knudsen and Birgit Juul-Kristensen
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:19
  44. The fascia provides and transmits forces for connective tissues, thereby regulating human posture and movement. One way to assess the myofascial interaction is a fascia ultrasound recording. Ultrasound can fol...

    Authors: Carlos Cruz-Montecinos, Mauricio Cerda, Rodolfo Sanzana-Cuche, Jaime Martín-Martín and Antonio Cuesta-Vargas
    Citation: BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 2016 8:18

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