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The Effect of warm-ups and elevated oxygen consumption on running performance in trained collegiate distance runners
The mobilization hypothesis (Andzel & Gutin, 1976) states that starting a performance with an elevated baseline oxygen consumption will improve performance by reducing the oxygen deficit at the beginning of the task, ...
Examining the relationship between sport-based perfectionism and perceptions of parenting styles among male youth hockey players
In the past, most studies investigating parenting in youth sport have failed to include the athlete’s perspective and the possible influence his/her individual personality traits might have on those perceptions. This ...
Fitness that fits: evaluating the effectiveness of an individualized, choice-based, matching tool for older adults
Background/Objective: A positive relationship exists between exercise and improved overall health; this is especially important for older adults since they have been identified as the most sedentary segment of the North ...
Investigating high performance perfectionist athletes' perceptions of the junior to senior sport transition
Whether or not perfectionism is a healthy personality characteristic is a topic of much debate among researchers (Flett & Hewitt, 2005). One way to investigate this is to differentiate how “healthy” or “unhealthy” ...