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Magazine References

May – Jun 2023

Pg 6-7 Depression, anxiety and cancer

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  2. Niedzwiezdz C et al (2019), Depression and anxiety among people, living with and beyond cancer: A growing clinical and research priority, BMC Cancer, 19: 943.
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  7. Cormie et al (2017), The impact of exercise on cancer mortality, recurrence and treatment related adverse effects, Epid Rev., 39: 71-93.

Pg 14-17 Personalised nutrition: A deep dive into continuous glucose monitors

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  8. Park et al (2020), Glucose metabolism responses to perceived sugar intake more than actual sugar intake, Sci Rep., 10(1): 1,5633.
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  11. Berry et al (2020), The effect of postprandial glucose dips on hunger and energy intake in 1102 subjects in US and UK: the PREDICT 1 study, Current Developments in Nutrition, 4(2), 1,611.
  12. Jo A et al (2019), Is there a benefit to patients using wearable devices such as fitbit or health apps on mobiles? A systematic review, Am J Med. 132(12): 1,394-400.
  13. Nuss K et al (2021), Effects of Motivational interviewing and wearable fitness trackers on motivation and physical activity: a systematic review, Am J Health Promot., 35(2): 226-35.
  14. Shin G et al (2019), Beyond novelty effect: a mixed methods exploration into the motivation for long-term activity tracker use, JAMIA Open, 2(1): 62-72.

Pg 28-31 Olympic Weightlifting: The magic bullet?

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  3. Suchomel TJ, Nimphius S, Bellon CR, Stone MH (2018), The importance of muscular strength: training considerations, Sports Medicine, 48: 765-85.
  4. Pierce KC, Hornsby WG, Stone MH (2022), Weightlifting for children and adolescents: a narrative review, Sports Health, 14(1): 45-56.
  5. Comfort P, Haff GG, Suchomel TJ, Soriano MA, Pierce KC, Hornsby WG, Haff EE, Sommerfield LM, Chavda S, Morris SJ, Fry AC (2022), National Strength and Conditioning Association position statement on weightlifting for sports performance, The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 10-519.
  6. Morris SJ, Oliver JL, Pedley JS, Haff GG, Lloyd RS (2022), Comparison of weightlifting, traditional resistance training and plyometrics on strength, power and speed: a systematic review with meta-analysis, Sports Medicine, 52(7): 1,533-54.
  7. Chaouachi A, Hammami R, Kaabi S, Chamari K, Drinkwater EJ, Behm DG (2014), Olympic weightlifting and plyometric training with children provides similar or greater performance improvements than traditional resistance training, The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 28(6): 1,483-96.
  8. Berton R, Silva DD, Santos ML, Silva CM, Tricoli V (2022), Weightlifting derivatives vs. plyometric exercises: Effects on unloaded and loaded vertical jumps and sprint performance, Plos one, 17(9): e0274962.
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  11. Suchomel TJ, Nimphius S & Stone MH (2016), The importance of muscular strength in athletic performance, Sports Medicine, 46: 1,419-49.
  12. Sarvestan J, Svoboda Z, de Oliveira Claudino JG (2020), Force-time curve variables of countermovement jump as predictors of volleyball spike jump height, German Journal of Exercise and Sport Research, 50(4): 470-6.
  13. Blazevich AJ, Wilson CJ, Alcaraz PE, Rubio-Arias JA (2020), Effects of resistance training movement pattern and velocity on isometric muscular rate of force development: a systematic review with meta-analysis and meta-regression, Sports Medicine, 50: 943-63.
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  17. Hermassi S, Chelly MS, Bragazzi NL, Shephard RJ, Schwesig R (2019), In-season weightlifting training exercise in healthy male handball players: Effects on body composition, muscle volume, maximal strength, and ball-throwing velocity, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(22): 4,520.
  18. Suchomel TJ, Giordanelli MD, Geiser CF, Kipp K (2021), Comparison of joint work during load absorption between weightlifting derivatives, The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 35: S127-35.
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  20. McBurnie AJ, Harper DJ, Jones PA, Dos’ Santos T (2022), Deceleration training in team sports: another potential ‘vaccine’ for sports-related injury?, Sports Medicine, 1:1-2.
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Pg 32-35 Achieving a pain-free tennis performance

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