ArchiveAugust 2020

RESEARCH REVIEW: Effects of Two Different Recovery Postures during High-Intensity Interval Training

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Effects of Two Different Recovery Postures during High-Intensity Interval Training (1)​ Michaelson, J; Brilla, L; Suprak, D; McLaughlin,W; Dahlquist, D. TRANSLATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDICINE February 15, 2019 – Volume 4 – Issue 4 – p 23-27 BACKGROUND Combat sports, like many other sports, alternate between periods of physical activity and periods of...

RESEARCH REVIEW: Body Composition of Elite Olympic Combat Sport Athletes

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Body Composition of Elite Olympic Combat Sport Athletes (1) Reale​, R;​ Burke​, LM;​ Cox​, GR &​ Slater​, G. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SPORT SCIENCE Volume 20, 2020 -​ ​Issue 2 BACKGROUND We jump from the previous study looking at a far less common performance trait in the form of genetic characteristics, to a more commonly measured and understood measure in terms of body composition. When...

RESEARCH REVIEW: The “Warrior” COMT Val/Met Genotype Occurs in Greater Frequencies in Mixed Martial Arts Fighters Relative to Controls

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The “Warrior” COMT Val/Met Genotype Occurs in Greater Frequencies in Mixed Martial Arts Fighters Relative to Controls Tartar, J; Cabrera, D; Knafo, S; Thomas, JD Antonio, J; Peacock, C. JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE AND MEDICINE (2020) 19, 38-42 BACKGROUND The body of sports science research pertaining to predictors of success in different athletic activities is immense. The ability to utilise...

RESEARCH REVIEW: Understanding Concussion Knowledge and Behavior Among Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, Kickboxing, and Muay Thai Athletes and Coaches

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Understanding Concussion Knowledge and Behaviour Among Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, Kickboxing, and Muay Thai Athletes and Coaches (1)​ Follmer, B; Varga, AA;. & Zehr, EP. THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORTSMEDICINE 1–7 (2020) BACKGROUND Combat sports are unlike other contact sports, in that trauma to the brain is not only a consequence of the competition, it is one of the primary aims of the contest. As...

RESEARCH REVIEW: The Safety of Sportive Chokes: A Cross-Sectional Survey-Based Study

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The Safety of Sportive Chokes: A Cross-Sectional Survey-Based Study (1) Stellpflug, S; Schindler, B; JCorry, J: Menton, T; LeFevere, R THE PHYSICIAN AND SPORT MEDICINE, PUBLISHED AHEAD OF PRINT. BACKGROUND Choking, or sporting choking, as it is referred to in the literature, is common in many grappling sports/arts. The goal of application of a choke is a medial to lateral compression of the...

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