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  • Differences in daily objective physical activity and sedentary time between women with self-reported fibromyalgia and controls: results from the Canadian Health Measures Survey

    Hains-Monfette, Gabriel; Atoui, Sarah; Kingsbury, Célia; Bernard, Paquito (2018)
    Introduction Physical activity and sedentary behaviors are important modifiable factors that influence health and quality of life in women with fibromyalgia. The purpose of this study was to compare objectively assessed physical activity and sedentary time in women self-reporting fibromyalgia with a control group. Method Data were drawn from the Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS) cycle 1, 2 and 3 conducted by Statistics Canada. We included women aged 18 to 79 years with complete accelerom...

    Methodological issues with the assessment of voluntary activation using transcranial magnetic stimulation in the knee extensors

    Wrightson, James; Ansdell, Paul; Dekerle, Jeanne; Greenhouse-Tucknott, Aaron; Schäfer, Lisa (2018)
    The assessment of voluntary activation of the knee extensors using transcranial magnetic stimulation (VATMS) is routinely performed to assess the supraspinal function. Yet methodological scrutiny of the technique, whether used at rest or more crucially following exercise, is scarce. The aim of the present study was to examine face validity and reliability of VATMS and its two main determinants (superimposed twitch during a maximal voluntary contraction [SIT100%] and estimated resting twitch [...

    Concurrent validity and test-retest reliability of the barbell hip-thrust exercise

    Iacono, Antonio; Padulo, Johnny; Bešlija, Tea; Halperin, Israel (2017)
    Purpose: The barbell hip thrust (BHT) exercise is growing in popularity as evident by the large increase in research outputs investigating its utility as a training intervention and a testing tool. The aim of this study was to examine the concurrent validity and test-retest reliability of the BHT for the first time. Methods: To establish concurrent validity, the peak force and power measured with the BHT force-velocity profile test of 49 handball athletes, were correlated with peak concentric...

    Oregon State University Softball: Dynamic Visual Acuity Training for Improving Performance

    Madsen, Bruce; Blair, Kyle (2017)
    Sports vision training involves eye focusing and movement workouts that center on the visual tracking of objects. The purpose of sports vision training is to improve performance in various sports by improving visual responses and processing, such as by lowering reaction times. In 2015, the Athletic Eye Institute started a sports vision-training program study with the Oregon State University Softball Team in the hopes of increasing the dynamic visual skills of their players. There were two aim...

    Tramadol effects on physical performance and sustained attention during a 20-min indoor cycling time-trial: A randomised controlled trial

    Zabala, Mikel; Perez, Luis; Luque-Casado, Antonio; Perakakis, Pandelis; Zandonai, Thomas; Hernandez, Eduardo; Perez, Luis; Nuñez, Darias; Hopker, James; Sanabria, Daniel (2017)
    Objectives: To investigate the effect of tramadol on performance during a 20-min cycling time-trial (Experiment 1), and to test whether sustained attention would be impaired during cycling after tramadol intake (Experiment 2). Design: randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled trial. Methods: In Experiment 1, participants completed a cycling time-trial, 120-min after they ingested either tramadol or placebo. In Experiment 2, participants performed a visual Oddball task during the time-trial...
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