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Magazine References

Sep – Oct 2023

Pg 6 Ageing and skeletal changes

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Pg 8 Nutrition and fertility

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Pg 32 Effective training prescription for change of direction performance

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  3. Young WB, Dawson B, Henry GJ (2015), Agility and change-of-direction speed are independent skills: Implications for training for agility in invasion sports, International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 10(1): 159-69.
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  5. Alanen AM, Räisänen AM, Benson LC, Pasanen K (2021), The use of inertial measurement units for analyzing change of direction movement in sports: A scoping review, International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 16(6): 1,332-53.
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  14. Harper DJ, McBurnie AJ, Santos TD, Eriksrud O, Evans M, Cohen DD, Rhodes D, Carling C, Kiely J (2022), Biomechanical and neuromuscular performance requirements of horizontal deceleration: A review with implications for random intermittent multi-directional sports, Sports Medicine, 52(10): 2,321-54.
  15. McBurnie AJ, Harper DJ, Jones PA, Dos’ Santos T (2022), Deceleration training in team sports: Another potential ‘vaccine’ for sports-related injury? Sports Medicine, 1-2.
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  18. Dos’ Santos T, Thomas C, Comfort P and Jones PA (2018), The effect of angle and velocity on change of direction biomechanics: An angle-velocity trade-off, Sports Medicine, 48: 2,235-53.
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  20. Nimphius S, Callaghan SJ, Spiteri T and Lockie RG (2016), Change of direction deficit: A more isolated measure of change of direction performance than total 505 time, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 30(11): 3,024-32.