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Candice J. Christie
Rhodes University
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#1Bradley Robinson (Rhodes University)
#2Lee Pote (Rhodes University)H-Index: 2
Last.Candice J. Christie (Rhodes University)H-Index: 6
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#1Matthew E Clark (Rhodes University)
#2Kayla McEwan (Rhodes University)
Last.Candice J. Christie (Rhodes University)H-Index: 6
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There has been a recent increase in constraints-led training to assist the development of technical and cognitive skill in sports. While the benefits of constraints-led training appear obvious, the evidence for this type of training is not clear. Therefore, a systematic review of the literature was conducted to establish the effectiveness of this approach to training within interceptive sports. Four databases (Google Scholar, JURN, Mendeley and Science Direct) were searched for journal articles ...
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#1L Pote (Rhodes University)
#2S Proctor (Rhodes University)
Last.Candice J. Christie (Rhodes University)H-Index: 6
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#1Lee Pote (Rhodes University)H-Index: 2
#2Candice J. Christie (Rhodes University)H-Index: 6
Cricket players nowadays are faced with increased physical demands, and as a result, it is important to manage their workload, particularly to control and predict risk of injury. While this has been investigated at an elite level, few studies have looked at the workloads placed on adolescent cricket players. The purpose of this study was therefore to determine the workloads placed on school boy cricketers, specifically within a South African context. Twelve male school boy cricketers between the...
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Female cricket players have received little media or social recognition over the years. There have been reviews done on research focusing on male cricketers; however, no review to date has consider...
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#1Candice J. Christie (Rhodes University)H-Index: 6
#2Andrea Elliot (Rhodes University)
Last.Timothy Noakeschb (UCT: University of Cape Town)H-Index: 83
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Abstract Objectives To assess whether the absence of a known endpoint, at the beginning of repeated-sprint bouts between the wickets, affects how skilled compared to less skilled batsmen pace themselves. Design Repeated measures. Methods Twelve skilled and 12 less skilled batsmen completed three trials. All trials required the same number of sprints (14 shuttles, 28 runs), while only the information before each trial differed. CT: batsmen were aware of the endpoint (28 runs). UT: not informed of...
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#1David Goble (Rhodes University)H-Index: 1
#2Candice J. Christie (Rhodes University)H-Index: 6
ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study was to assess how cognitive and physical performance are affected during a prolonged, fatigue-inducing cricket-batting simulation. Fifteen amateur batters from three Eastern Cape schools in South Africa were recruited (mean ± SD: age 17 ± 0.92 years; stature 1.75 ± 0.07 m; body mass 78.3 ± 13.2 kg). Participants completed a 6-stage, 30-over batting simulation (BATEX©). During the protocol, there were five periods of cognitive assessment (CogState brief test batt...
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