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Volume 13, Issue 4 (2020) Fitness Assessment

Original Research

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Reliability and Test-Retest Agreement of Mechanical Variables Obtained During Countermovement Jump
Alisson Alves Souza, Martim Bottaro, Valdinar Araujo Rocha Jr, Victor Lage, James J. Tufano, and Amilton Vieira

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In-Season Hip Thrust vs. Back Squat Training in Female High School Soccer Players
Nicole A. Millar, Lauren M. Colenso-Semple, Robert G. Lockie, Risto H.J. Marttinen, and Andrew J. Galpin

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Young Adults Performance of Unipedal Dynamic Balance with Various Footwear Conditions
Barbara Smith, Alice Hartman, David Martin, Jeremy Milford, Jacob Simmonds, and Chris Truong

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Accuracy Assessment of a GPS Device for Maximum Sprint Speed
Kathryn Alphin, Olivia Sisson, Brynn L. Hudgins, Catherine D. Noonan, and Jennifer A. Bunn

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The Relationship Between Physical Characteristics and Maximal Strength in Men Practicing the Back Squat, the Bench Press and the Deadlift
Pierre-Marc Ferland, Alexander C. Pollock, Ryan Swope, Mark Ryan, Michael Reeder, Kristin J. Heumann, and Alain-Steve Comtois

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The Effect of Static Stretching, Mini-Band Warm-Ups, Medicine-Ball Warm-Ups, and a Light Jogging Warm-Up on Common Athletic Ability Tests
Bryan Christensen, Colin W. Bond, Ryan Napoli, Kelly Lopez, Jason Miller, and Kyle J. Hackney

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Ground Contact Time Imbalances Strongly Related to Impaired Running Economy
Dustin P. Joubert, Nicholas A. Guerra, Eric J. Jones, Erica G. Knowles, and Aaron D. Piper

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Estimation of Body Fat Percentage in Jockeys: Implications for a Weight Category Sport
Arthur Dunne, Giles Warrington, Gillian O'Loughlin, Siobhan O'Connor, Michael Harrison, Adrian McGoldrick, Jennifer Pugh, and Sarahjane Cullen

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Comparison of Post-Activation Potentiating Stimuli on Jump and Sprint Performance
Aaron D. Piper, Dustin P. Joubert, Eric J. Jones, and Malcolm T. Whitehead

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Relationships between Playing Time and Selected NBA Combine Test Performance in Division I Mid-Major Basketball Players
Robert G. Lockie, Aleksander Beljic, Spencer Ducheny, Joseph Kammerer, and J. Jay Dawes

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The Increase in Oxygen Demand During Severe Intensity Exercise Must be Included in Calculation of Oxygen Deficit
Andrea E. Riojas, Jose R. Valenzuela, Brian K. McFarlin, Jakob L. Vingren, and David W. Hill

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Determining MAOD Using a Single Exhaustive Severe Intensity Test
Jose R. Valenzuela, Andrea E. Riojas, Brian K. McFarlin, Jakob L. Vingren, and David W. Hill

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Internal Training Load Measures During a Competitive Season in Collegiate Women Lacrosse Athletes
Jennifer Fields, Michael Esco, Justin Merrigan, Jason White, and Margaret T. Jones

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Impact of Hydration Status on Jump Performance in Recreationally Trained Males
Paul T. Donahue, Samuel Wilson, Charles Williams, Christopher M. Hill, Melinda Valiant, and John Garner

Review Article

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Measuring Physical Activity Using Triaxial Wrist Worn Polar Activity Trackers: A Systematic Review
André Henriksen, Jonas Johansson, Gunnar Hartvigsen, Sameline Grimsgaard, and Laila A. Hopstock

Editor-in-Chief

T. Scott Lyons, PhD, FACSM
Western Kentucky University
 

Executive Editors

James W. Navalta, PhD, FACSM
University of Nevada - Las Vegas
Whitley Stone, PhD
Western Kentucky University
 

Editor Emeritus

Brian K. McFarlin, PhD, FACSM
University of North Texas
 
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