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Strength & Conditioning, Power and Hypertrophy
- Does eccentric-only training cause more hypertrophy than standard resistance-training in elderly men?
- Does high-volume cause more hypertrophy than low-volume resistance-training in postmenopausal women?
- Which type of training is best for improving athletic qualities in young females?
- What determines sprinting performance in elite rugby union and league players?
- What determines sprinting performance in highly-trained youth soccer players?
- Which are best for improving agility: multidirectional sprints or small-sided games?
- How are jumping, sprinting and agility related in soccer players?
- Is 9.58 seconds for 100m approaching the limits of human performance?
- Do elite endurance runners improve VO2-max over a year?
- Do post-activation potentiation drills increase performance in collegiate athletes?
Biomechanics & Motor Control
- Do rest intervals between stretches increase range of motion?
- Are the negative effects of stretching on force production related to flexibility?
- Can stretching reduce subsequent eccentric exercise-induced muscle damage?
- Does preferential eccentric hamstring fatigue occur following simulated soccer?
- At what muscle lengths does peak activation of the hamstrings occur in sprinting?
- How do machine-based and elastic-resistance-based knee flexion exercises differ?
- Do the hamstrings primarily perform hip extension or knee flexion?
- Can muscle architecture predict jumping and sprint running performance?
- Does muscle activity change with relative load in the jump squat?
- Can muscle architecture predict treadmill sprint running performance?
- Does footwear affect squat depth?
- Does muscle activity differ between split squats and standard squats?
- Does increasing load increase activation of the shoulder muscles during press-up variations?
- How does shoulder rotation angle affect muscle activation during press-ups?
Anatomy, Physiology & Nutrition
- Can the distribution of daily protein intake affect muscular hypertrophy?
- Do protein supplements increase hypertrophy in elderly people performing resistance training?
- What is the molecular basis for load-induced muscular hypertrophy?
- Is the acute satellite cell response related to long-term muscular hypertrophy?
- How common is Vitamin D inadequacy in athletes?
- What do we know about Vitamin D and athletic performance?
- Does caffeine ingestion force production similarly in upper- and lower-body muscles?
- Have anabolic steroids been detected in bodybuilding dietary supplements?
- Does estrogen affect neuromuscular function in postmenopausal women?
- How variable is biceps femoris aponeurosis size?
- What is the driver of the Kenyan distance-running phenomenon?
Physical therapy & rehabilitation
- Do FMS scores differ between males and females?
- Do FMS scores changes over a season in athletes?
- Do foam rolling and stretching have additive effects?
- Does self-myofascial release reduce physical stress?
- Are core stability exercises effective for low back pain in athletes?
- Is aerobic exercise effective for chronic low back pain?
- Are hip- or knee-strengthening interventions more effective for patellofemoral pain?
- What are the movement characteristics of patients with posterior pelvic pain?
- How do patients view the use of placebos in pain management?
- Are smartphone apps reliable for measuring joint range-of-motion?
- Are yoga poses effective for scoliosis?
- Does hamstring activity differ between muscles in the prone leg curl?
- Is neurodynamic sliding technique effective for increasing hamstring flexibility?
- Are glucocorticoids associated with healing responses in human rotator cuff tendon?
- Does muscle activity alter in scapular posterior tilt exercise after pectoralis minor stretching?
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