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Weight control practices, beliefs, self-efficacy, and eating behaviors in college weight class athletes

Lee JS, Cho SS, Kim KW

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to examine differences in weight control practices, beliefs, self-efficacy, and eating behaviors of weight class athletes according to weight control level. SUBJECTS/METHODS: Subjects were weight class athletes...
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Management of Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries in Overhead Athletes

Jang SH

Ulnar collateral ligament injuries of the elbow are frequent among overhead athletes. The incidence of ulnar collateral ligament reconstructions (UCLRs) in high-level players has increased dramatically over the past decade,...
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Study on the Injury and Rehabilitation of Racket Athletes with Disabilities

ChangSheng Z, Shin HK, Kim YS

PURPOSE: This study examined the injury and rehabilitation of athletes with disabilities in racket sports projects (i.e., badminton, table tennis, and wheelchair tennis). In addition, the characteristics of each project...
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The Experience of the Upper Respiratory Infection of the Elite Winter Sports Athletes and Its Effect on Training and Competition

Bae M, Kim S, Yun J

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the experience of the upper respiratory infection of the elite winter sports athletes and its effect on training and competition. METHODS: We conducted survey on...
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Vaccination for Athletes: Evidence and Recommendations

Oh B, Lee YK, Cheung B, Lee KT, Ha CW

As interest in sports rapidly grows in Korea, fostering of elite athletes and preservation of the athletic ability no longer became the task of advanced countries only. In that aspect,...
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Return to Play after Modified Broström Operation for Chronic Ankle Instability in Elite Athletes

Lee K, Jegal H, Chung H, Park Y

BACKGROUND: This study assessed the average time to return to training and official game participation after modified Broström operation (MBO) in elite athletes. METHODS: Sixty athletes diagnosed with lateral ankle instability...
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Status and Needs Assessment on Nutrition Management and Meal Service for Elementary · Middle · High School Athletes among Athlete's Parents

Hwang JH, Kim JY, Kim KA, Kim KW

OBJECTIVES: Young athletes require adequate nutrition to maintain their athletic performance, growth and health. This study examined the status and needs of nutrition management and meal services for student athletes...
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Prevalence of Neck Pain among Athletes: A Systematic Review

Noormohammadpour P, Farahbakhsh F, Farahbakhsh F, Rostami M, Kordi R

Many studies have investigated the prevalence of neck pain (NP) and its risk factors in the general population. However, the prevalence of NP among athletes has not yet been systematically...
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The Characteristics of Shoulder Muscles in Archery Athletes

Kim RN, Lee JH, Hong SH, Jeon JH, Jeong WK

BACKGROUND: This study evaluated the shoulder girdle muscle characteristics of elite archery athletes and provides suggestions for archery training programs. METHODS: This study enrolled 15 cases of high level archery athletes...
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Injuries and Illnesses of Korean Athletes during the Almaty Winter Universiade Games 2017

Jeong HS, Lee SY, Kim S, Jeong K, Lee EH, Kim Y, Kim HC

PURPOSE: This study aimed to describe the pattern of injuries and illnesses among Korean athletes during the Almaty Winter Universiade 2017. METHODS: All medical staffs of Korean team recorded the daily...
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Outcomes of Various Treatment Modalities for Lumbar Spinal Ailments in Elite Athletes: A Literature Review

Gadia A, Shah K, Nene A

Lumbar spinal injuries are common in elite athletes, who can present with a spectrum of ailments ranging from lumbar strain to prolapsed intervertebral discs. Sequelae can include neurological impairment and...
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Internal shoulder impingement in overhead athletes: an ultrasound imaging proposal

Tramontana A, Monteleone G, Tiloca A, Page JC

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Study of the Heavy Metals in Fume of Buckshot, Blood Lead Concentration and Self-Rated Health Status of National Clay Shooting Athletes

Chun HJ, Nam SM, Cho IH

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to investigate the levels of heavy metals and self-rated health status of the national clay shooting athletes. METHODS: Fourteen subjects' blood lead level and index of...
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Do Young Athletes Need Vitamin D Supplement? Vitamin D Status and Deficiency Related Factor on Sports Type (Indoor vs. Outdoor), Age, Sex, Body Mass Index, Seasonal Variations in Korean Young Athletes

Yang S, Lhee SH

PURPOSE: Several studies have suggested that vitamin D deficiency has significant effects on muscle weakness, injury and illness, and ultimately, exercise performance. However, studies on vitamin D status and deficiency...
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Assessment of selenium and zinc status in female collegiate athletes

Lee O

PURPOSE: This study was aimed to assess selenium and zinc status in female collegiate athletes and their relationship with dietary intake. METHODS: Female collegiate athletic groups of judo and aerobics, and...
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Respiratory Function and Symptoms Post Cold Air Exercise in Female High and Low Ventilation Sport Athletes

Kennedy MD, Faulhaber

PURPOSE: Cold weather exercise is common in many regions of the world; however, it is unclear whether respiratory function and symptom worsen progressively with colder air temperatures. Furthermore, it is...
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Lumbar burner and stinger syndrome in an elderly athlete

Wegener V, Stäbler A, Jansson V, Birkenmaier C, Wegener B

Burner or stinger syndrome is a rare sports injury caused by direct or indirect trauma during high-speed or contact sports mainly in young athletes. It affects peripheral nerves, plexus trunks...
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Nutrient Intakes of Male College Combat Sport Athletes by Weight Control Status

Kim JY, Lee JS, Cho SS, Park H, Kim KW

OBJECTIVES: Weight control practices are common in combat sport athletes. This study was performed to examine nutrient intakes of male college combat sport athletes (taekwondo, boxing, judo) by weight control...
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Minimally-Invasive versus Conventional Repair of Spondylolysis in Athletes: A Review of Outcomes and Return to Play

Kolcun JP, Chieng LO, Madhavan K, Wang MY

Spondylolysis from pars fracture is a common injury among young athletes, which can limit activity and cause chronic back pain. While current literature has examined the relative benefits of surgical...
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Impingement Syndrome and Labral Tear in Athletes: Differences in Diagnosis and Management with General Population

Kim MJ, Yoo JC

The pathophysiology of impingement syndrome and labral tear was variable and not clear. In general populations, lesions occur mainly in acute cases. But in athletes, lesions are caused by repetitive...
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