Journal of Sports Sciences

Journal of Sports Sciences articles

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Journal of Sports Sciences is a magazine specializing in Sports topics.

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A comparison of physiological and anthropometric characteristics among playing positions in sub-elite rugby league players.
December 1, 2006 ... Abstract This study compared the physiological and anthropometric characteristics of specific playing positions and positional playing groups in sub-elite rugby league players. Altogether, 415 sub-elite rugby league players underwent...

The relative power output and relative lean body mass of World and Olympic male and female champions with implications for gender equity.
December 1, 2006 ... Abstract A uniform measure of the gender-related differential performance of female and male Olympic and World champions is proposed: relative power output applied to the environment. Laws of physics are employed to derive equations for...

Expectancy effects in tennis: the impact of opponents' pre-match non-verbal behaviour on male tennis players.
December 1, 2006 ... Abstract In this study, we examined the impact of a male opponent's pre-match body language and clothing (general vs. sportsspecific) on how his performances were judged by an observer. Forty male tennis players viewed videos of a male...

An exercise protocol that simulates the activity patterns of elite junior squash.
December 1, 2006 ... Abstract Squash is a popular racket sport that requires intermittent activity with frequent bursts of near maximal-intensity exercise. Consequently, effective physiological and thermoregulatory responses are important contributors to...

Relationships among training stress, mood and dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate/cortisol ratio in female cyclists.
December 1, 2006 ... Abstract In this study, we examined the effect of rapidly increased training volume and intensity on hormonal responses (salivary cortisol [C] and urinary dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate [DHEA-S]) and recovery-stress state perceived by...