Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
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Muscle damage and soreness associated with increased exercise training loads or unaccustomed activity can be debilitating and impact the quality of subsequent activity/performance. Current techniques to assess muscle soreness are either time consuming, invasive or subjective. Infrared thermography has been identified as a quick, non-invasive, portable and athlete friendly method of assessing skin temperature. This study assessed the capability of thermal infrared imaging to detect skin temperatu...
#1Milos MallolH-Index: 1
#2Lynda NortonH-Index: 10
Last. Javier YanciH-Index: 13
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The purpose of this study was to compare physical demands between game quarters and specific playing positions during official basketball competition. Thirteen professional male basketball players from the Spanish 2(nd) Division were monitored across all 17 regular-season home games. Physical demands were analyzed using a local positioning system (WIMU PRO, Realtrack Systems S.L., Almeria, Spain) and included peak velocity, total distance covered, high-speed running (>18 km.h(-1)), player load, ...
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#1Anke Bumann (Goethe University Frankfurt)H-Index: 1
#2Winfried Banzer (Goethe University Frankfurt)H-Index: 26
Last. Johannes Fleckenstein (Goethe University Frankfurt)H-Index: 13
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When sports are part of a person's profession or education, their careers are often handicapped by pain, a complex physical and mental state that may already occur at lower career stages. This study was designed to assess the occurrence of pain among sports students and the prevalence of relevant contributing psychosocial co-factors. Exploratory cross-sectional study surveying students at 89 sports faculties of universities in the DACH region using the German Sports Pain Questionnaire. It includ...
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