International Journal of Sports Medicine
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#1Thomas Piper (German Sport University Cologne)H-Index: 8
#2Hans Geyer (German Sport University Cologne)H-Index: 47
Last. Mario Thevis (German Sport University Cologne)H-Index: 63
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For decades, the class of anabolic androgenic steroids has represented the most frequently detected doping agents in athletes' urine samples. Roughly 50% of all adverse analytical findings per year can be attributed to anabolic androgenic steroids, of which about 2/3 are synthetic exogenous steroids, where a qualitative analytical approach is sufficient for routine doping controls. For the remaining 1/3 of findings, caused by endogenous steroid-derived analytical test results, a more sophisticat...
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#1Jennifer M. Blankenship (Anschutz Medical Campus)H-Index: 4
#2Rebecca C Rosenberg (St. Joseph Hospital)
Last. Seth A. Creasy (Anschutz Medical Campus)H-Index: 8
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Many adults cite exercise as a primary strategy for losing weight, yet exercise alone is modestly effective for weight loss and results in variable weight loss responses. It is possible that some of the variability in weight loss may be explained by the time of day that exercise is performed. Few studies have directly compared the effects of exercise performed at different times of the day (i. e., morning versus evening exercise). Results from these existing studies are mixed with some studies d...
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#2Rodrigo Zacca (University of Porto)H-Index: 8
#3J. Arturo Abraldes (University of Murcia)H-Index: 9
Last. Raúl Arellano (UGR: University of Granada)H-Index: 11
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This study aimed to compare three swimming conditions in a swimming flume with water at 26 ℃ (using swimsuit) and 18 ℃ (randomly with swimsuit and wetsuit). Seventeen swimmers (32.4±14.7 years old, 175.6±0.06 cm height, and 70.4±9.8 kg body mass) performed three bouts until exhaustion at a 400-m front crawl pace (24 h intervals). ANOVA repeated measures compared the experimental conditions. Swimming at 26 ℃ with swimsuit evidenced a higher metabolic demand (total energy expenditure; (E)), compar...
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#1Yuka Tsukahara (Waseda University)H-Index: 1
#2Suguru Torii (Waseda University)H-Index: 9
Last. Takao Akama (Waseda University)H-Index: 18
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With intensive training, bone injuries are a major concern for athletes. To assess bone condition, we often measure bone turnover markers, bone mineral content and density; however, in junior athletes, it is not easy to distinguish changes caused by bone injuries from those caused by growth, because the metabolism is increased in both cases. Moreover, although some studies have examined female endurance athletes, knowledge regarding changes in static and dynamic bone conditions in late teen athl...
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#1Donald R. Dengel (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 47
#2Erica J. Roelofs (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 3
Last. Tyler A. BoschH-Index: 11
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Eighty-three male and female (49/34) athletes underwent determination of total fat mass (FM), lean mass (LM), bone mineral density (BMD) and visceral adipose tissue (VAT) by dual X-ray absorptiometry during the pre-season, in-season and off-season. Athletes were classified by position of Goalie (G; M/F=7/6), Forward (F; M/F=26/18), or Defenseman (D; M/F=16/10). In males, all positions were similar in weight, FM, LM, BMD and VAT. In females, F weighed less than D and G. FM and VAT was lower in F ...
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#1Dóra Szabó (PTE: University of Pécs)H-Index: 24
#2Dora Nagy (Health Science University)
Last. Zsolt Sarszegi (PTE: University of Pécs)H-Index: 7
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Endurance training-induced changes in left ventricular diastolic function and right ventricular parameters have been investigated extensively in adolescent athletes. Our aim was to examine the parameters for adolescent athletes (n=121, 15.1±1.6 years) compared to adult athletes and age-matched non-athletes. We explored the effects of influencing factors on the echocardiographic parameters. Significantly higher E/A (p<0.05) and e' values (p<0.001) were detected in adolescent athletes compared to ...
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#1Bergita Ganse (MMU: Manchester Metropolitan University)
#2Hans Degens (MMU: Manchester Metropolitan University)H-Index: 53
The higher performance level of master athletes compared to non-athletes is often associated with better health throughout life. However, even the physical performance of master athletes declines with age, and this decline accelerates from about the age of 70 years onwards. A progressive loss of muscle mass, declines in force- and power-generating capacity, decreased flexibility, and the concomitant decline in specific tension characterize the muscular changes underlying performance declines. In...
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#1Eric Hermand (Artois University)H-Index: 1
Last. Francois J. Lhuissier (Sorbonne)H-Index: 1
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This study aims to evaluate the accuracy of the Garmin Forerunner 245 heart rate (HR) and pulse O2 saturation (SpO2) sensors compared with electrocardiogram and medical oximeter, from sea level to high altitude. Ten healthy subjects underwent five tests in normoxia and hypoxia (simulated altitudes from 3000 to 5500 m), consisting in a 5-min rest phase, followed by 5-min of mild exercise. Absolute error (±10 bpm for HR and ±3% for SpO2, around criterion) and intraclass correlations (ICC) were cal...
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#2V. Vanessa Wegin (TUM: Technische Universität München)
Last. Bernd Wolfarth (Charité)H-Index: 29
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An athlete's skin has to cope with various stressors that influence skin integrity. This study investigated the effect of intense sporting activity at a competitive level on skin health, independent of the type of sport. The prevalence of dermatoses in elite athletes who exercise 8 or more hours per week was compared to recreational athletes. By applying a questionnaire, we acquired data from n=492 recruited athletes and recreational athletes regarding the prevalence of dermatoses, the extent of...
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#1Kyle S Gapper (University of Surrey)
#2Sally Stevens (University of Surrey)
Last. Sarah J. Allison (University of Surrey)H-Index: 5
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Blood flow restriction may augment the skeletal response to whole-body vibration. This study used a randomised, crossover design to investigate the acute response of serum sclerostin and bone turnover biomarkers to whole-body vibration with blood flow restriction. Ten healthy males (mean±standard deviation; age: 27±8 years) completed two experimental conditions separated by 7 days: (i) whole-body vibration (10 1-minute bouts of whole-body vibration with 30 s recovery) or (ii) whole-body vibratio...
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