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An Analysis Model for Studying the Determinants of Throwing Scoring Actions During Standing Judo
[Abstract] In judo, the attacking system is grounded on several determinants of the chances to throw. In our study, data regarding four determinants of the attacking system were collected in order to classify the standing ...
Offensive Transitions in High-Performance Football: Differences Between UEFA Euro 2008 and UEFA Euro 2016
[Abstract] Coaches, footballers and researchers agree that offensive transitions are one of the most important moments in football today. In a sport where defense over attack dominates, with low scores on the scoreboard, ...
Identificación de variables significativas en el saque de esquina en fútbol femenino: comparación con el fútbol masculino
(Editorial Team, 2019-04)
[Resumen]: En los últimos años se constata un aumento de los trabajos de naturaleza científica centrada en el fútbol femenino. En cambio, los estudios de naturaleza táctica, y más concretamente las situaciones estáticas ...
Both Unopposed and Opposed Judo Tasks are Suitable for Analyzing Changes in Lateral Preference
(Journal sports science & medicine, 2019-06)
[Abstract]: Judo coaches aim to develop left-handed techniques in righthanded judoka due to a potential frequency-dependent strategic advantage during competition. Thus, easily completed tasks are needed to track the ...
Cooper test provides better half-marathon performance prediction in recreational runners than laboratory test
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2019-11-05)
[Abstract]: This study compared the ability to predict performance in half-marathon races through physiological variables obtained in a laboratory test and performance variables obtained in the Cooper field test. Twenty-three ...
The active living gender’s gap challenge: 2013–2017 Eurobarometers physical inactivity data show constant higher prevalence in women with no progress towards global reduction goals
[Abstract]: Background: The World Health Organization (WHO) considers physical inactivity (PIA) as a critical noncommunicable factor for disease and mortality, affecting more women than men. In 2013, the WHO set a 10% ...