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  1. Comparing individual and population differences in minute ventilation/carbon dioxide production slopes using centile growth curves and log-linear allometry
  2. The influence of birth quartile, maturation, anthropometry and physical performances on player retention: Observations from an elite football academy
  3. Key Anthropometric Variables Associated With Front-Crawl Swimming Performance in Youth Swimmers
  4. Assessing the Wider Implementation of the SHARP Principles: Increasing Physical Activity in Primary Physical Education
  5. Modeling the dose–response rate/associations between VO2max and self-reported Physical Activity Questionnaire in children and adolescents
  6. Exploring Children’s Physical Activity Behaviours According to Location: A Mixed-Methods Case Study
  7. Improving reference equations for cardiorespiratory fitness using multiplicative allometric rather than additive linear models: Data from the Fitness Registry and the Importance of Exercise National Database Registry
  8. The Relationship Between Adductor Squeeze Strength, Subjective Markers of Recovery and Training Load in Elite Rugby Players
  9. Relative age, maturation, anthropometry and physical performance characteristics of players within an Elite Youth Football Academy
  10. Association Between Anemia and Blood Transfusion With Long-term Mortality After Cardiac Surgery
  11. The effect of intermittent running on biomarkers of bone turnover
  12. Reducing readmission rates through a discharge follow-up service
  13. Investigation of the Relationship Between Salivary Cortisol, Training Load and Subjective Markers of Recovery in Elite Rugby Union Players
  14. What Psychosocial Factors Determine the Physical Activity Patterns of University Students?
  15. Endocrine parameters in association with bone mineral accrual in young female vocational ballet dancers
  16. Are professional footballers becoming lighter and more ectomorphic? Implications for talent identification and development
  17. Socioeconomic and ethnic status of two- and three-year-olds undergoing dental extractions under general anaesthesia in Wolverhampton, 2011-2016
  18. Cross-cultural comparisons of aerobic and muscular fitness in Tanzanian and English youth: An allometric approach
  19. Effects of playing position, pitch location, opposition ability and team ability on the technical performance of elite soccer players in different score line states
  20. Identifying the optimal body shape and composition associated with strength outcomes in children and adolescent according to place of residence: An allometric approach
  21. The Ability of Adults of Different Size to Egress Through Confined Space Apertures
  22. The Effects of Low-Volume, High-Intensity Training on Performance Parameters in Competitive Youth Swimmers
  23. Salivary IgA as a Predictor of Upper Respiratory Tract Infections and Relationship to Training Load in Elite Rugby Union Players
  24. Can waist circumference provide a new “third” dimension to BMI when predicting percentage body fat in children? Insights using allometric modelling
  25. Key somatic variables in young backstroke swimmers
  26. Training Load and Baseline Characteristics Associated With New Injury/Pain Within an Endurance Sporting Population: A Prospective Study
  27. Can we trust “Magnitude-based inference”?
  28. Characterisation of circulating biomarkers before and after cardiac resynchronisation therapy and their role in predicting CRT response: the COVERT-HF study
  29. Evaluation of a Walking-Track Intervention to Increase Children’s Physical Activity during Primary School Break Times
  30. Scaling
  31. Effects of situational variables on the physical activity profiles of elite soccer players in different score line states
  32. Active Students Are Healthier and Happier Than Their Inactive Peers: The Results of a Large Representative Cross-Sectional Study of University Students in Ireland
  33. Intravenous iron does not effectively correct preoperative anaemia in cardiac surgery: a pilot randomized controlled trial
  34. 100-m Breaststroke Swimming Performance in Youth Swimmers: The Predictive Value of Anthropometrics
  35. The effects of different passive static stretching intensities on recovery from unaccustomed eccentric exercise – a randomized controlled trial
  36. Salivary Biomarkers and Training Load During Training and Competition in Paralympic Swimmers
  37. A new waist-to-height ratio predicts abdominal adiposity in adults
  38. ‘We have to wait in a queue for our turn quite a bit’: Examining children’s physical activity during primary physical education lessons
  39. Identifying the best body-weight-status index associated with metabolic risk in youth
  40. Commentary on the Article “Improving the Prediction of Maturity From Anthropometric Variables Using a Maturity Ratio”
  41. Socio-demographic differences in Colombian children's muscular fitness: Does scaling for differences in body size present a challenge to conventional thinking?
  42. Faster, higher, stronger, older: Relative age effects are most influential during the youngest age grade of track and field athletics in the United Kingdom
  43. Modeling children's development in gross motor coordination reveals key modifiable determinants. An allometric approach
  44. How Does a Photocatalytic Antimicrobial Coating Affect Environmental Bioburden in Hospitals?
  45. Physical activity for women with breast cancer after adjuvant therapy
  46. Effects of a peer-led Walking In ScHools intervention (the WISH study) on physical activity levels of adolescent girls: a cluster randomised pilot study
  47. Major adverse cardiac and cerebrovascular event and patients’ quality of life after endoscopic vein harvesting as compared with open vein harvest (MAQEH): a pilot study
  48. South Asian Children Have Increased Body Fat in Comparison to White Children at the Same Body Mass Index
  49. The Use of Recovery Strategies Among Participants of the BUPA Great North Run: A Cross-Sectional Survey
  50. Test–retest reliability of the Brunel Lifestyle Physical Activity Questionnaire
  51. Evidence That Differences in Fructosamine-3-Kinase Activity May Be Associated With the Glycation Gap in Human Diabetes
  52. Coach–Athlete Perceived Congruence Between Actual and Desired Emotions in Karate Competition and Training
  53. The use of the RenalGuard system in cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass: a first in man prospective, observational, feasibility pilot study
  54. Concurrent validity and cross-validation of the Brunel Lifestyle Physical Activity Questionnaire
  55. The effects of a home-based physical activity intervention on cardiorespiratory fitness in breast cancer survivors; a randomised controlled trial
  56. Scaling children's waist circumference for differences in body size
  57. Bone mass of female dance students prior to professional dance training: A cross-sectional study
  58. Bone mineral density in vocational and professional ballet dancers
  59. A randomised controlled trail in diabetes demonstrating the positive impact of a patient activation strategy on diabetes processes and HbA1c: The WICKED project.
  60. The Dangers of Estimating V˙O2max Using Linear, Nonexercise Prediction Models
  61. Validity and Reliability of Three Self-Report Instruments for Assessing Attainment of Physical Activity Guidelines in University Students
  62. Flying Into Depression
  63. Shape change and obesity prevalence among male UK offshore workers after 30 years: New insight from a 3D scanning study
  64. Cardiorespiratory fitness and activity explains the obesity-deprivation relationship in children
  65. The Predictors and Determinants of Inter-Seasonal Success in a Professional Soccer Team
  66. Incidence of endotracheal tube colonization with the use of PneuX endotracheal tubes in patients following cardiac surgery
  67. The impact of referee training: reflections on the reduction of home advantage in association football
  68. Inconsistency of decision-making, the Achilles heel of referees
  69. Endoscopic vein harvest in patients at high risk for leg wound complications: A cost–benefit analysis of an initial experience
  70. Vascular endothelial growth factor and hypoxia-inducible factor-1α gene polymorphisms and coronary collateral formation in patients with coronary chronic total occlusions
  71. Defying geometric similarity: Shape centralization in male UK offshore workers
  72. Scaling waist girth for differences in body size reveals a new improved index associated with cardiometabolic risk
  73. Evaluation and assessment of the usefulness of a mail delivered personalised diabetes information booklet and the association of non-response with clinical risk: the WICKED Project
  74. Kinetic changes during a six-week minimal footwear and gait-retraining intervention in runners
  75. Acute Effects of Vitamin D3 Supplementation on Muscle Strength in Judoka Athletes
  76. The ability of UK offshore workers of different body size and shape to egress through a restricted window space
  77. From endurance to power athletes: The changing shape of successful male professional tennis players
  78. Increasing physical activity levels in primary school physical education: The SHARP Principles Model
  79. Developmental and physical-fitness associations with gross motor coordination problems in Peruvian children
  80. Brief Online Training Enhances Competitive Performance: Findings of the BBC Lab UK Psychological Skills Intervention Study
  81. Randomised controlled trial of a home-based physical activity intervention in breast cancer survivors
  82. An Allometric Modelling Approach to Identify the Optimal Body Shape Associated with, and Differences between Brazilian and Peruvian Youth Motor Performance
  83. How to prescribe high intensity exercise to inactive females.
  84. Preserved Quality of Life in Octogenarians at Early, Mid, and Late Follow-Up Intervals Irrespective of Cardiac Procedure
  85. Preassessment Interview Improves the Efficacy and Safety of Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy
  86. Application of objective physical activity measurement in an antenatal physical activity consultation intervention: a randomised controlled trial
  87. Modelling the association between weight status and social deprivation in English school children: Can physical activity and fitness affect the relationship?
  88. Anemia in cardiac surgery: next target for mortality and morbidity improvement?
  89. Correction: An Evaluation of Prediction Equations for the 6 Minute Walk Test in Healthy European Adults Aged 50-85 Years
  90. Ethnic variation in colorectal cancer risk following a positive faecal occult blood test in an English bowel cancer screening programme centre
  91. Body size and ability to pass through a restricted space: Observations from 3D scanning of 210 male UK offshore workers
  92. The need to redefine age- and gender-specific overweight and obese body mass index cutoff points
  93. Autonomous motivation mediates the relation between goals for physical activity and physical activity behavior in adolescents
  94. Physical employment standards for UK fire and rescue service personnel
  95. An Evaluation of Prediction Equations for the 6 Minute Walk Test in Healthy European Adults Aged 50-85 Years
  96. Longitudinal development of match-running performance in elite male youth soccer players
  97. Optimal Body Size and Limb Length Ratios Associated with 100-m Personal-Best Swim Speeds
  98. Differences in motor performance between children and adolescents in Mozambique and Portugal: impact of allometric scaling
  99. Children’s physical activity levels during primary school break times
  100. Provision of structured diabetes information encourages activation amongst people with diabetes as measured by diabetes care process attainment: the WICKED Project
  101. Physical activity, risk of death and recurrence in breast cancer survivors: A systematic review and meta-analysis of epidemiological studies
  102. Are the Multidimensional Body Self-Relations Questionnaire Scales stable or transient?
  103. The effect of walking on risk factors for cardiovascular disease: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised control trials
  104. Prevalence and Correlates of Physical Inactivity in Community-Dwelling Older Adults in Ireland
  105. Significant reduction in ventilator-associated pneumonia with the Venner-PneuX System in high-risk patients undergoing cardiac surgery: the Low Ventilator-Associated-Pneumonia study†
  106. Performance indicators that predict success in an English professional League One soccer team
  107. The acute effects of vibration stimulus following FIFA 11+ on agility and reactive strength in collegiate soccer players
  108. Combining Internal- and External-Training-Load Measures in Professional Rugby League
  109. Walking to improve cardiovascular health: a meta-analysis of randomised control trials
  110. The acute effects of vibration training on balance and stability amongst soccer players
  111. Sports Medicine
  112. Rheumatoid Arthritis is Associated with IgG Antibodies to Human Endogenous Retrovirus Gag Matrix: A Potential Pathogenic Mechanism of Disease?
  113. Physical activity for women with breast cancer after adjuvant therapy
  114. Body Mass Index, Nutritional Knowledge, and Eating Behaviors in Elite Student and Professional Ballet Dancers
  115. Different Combinations of Perceptual, Emotional, and Cognitive Factors Predict Three Different Types of Delusional Ideation During Adolescence
  116. Physical activity and awareness in breast screening attendees in Black Country, UK
  117. Anthropometric and lifestyle characteristics of active and inactive saudi and british adolescents
  118. Physical Activity Levels in Women Attending Breast Screening, Receiving Chemotherapy and Post-Breast Cancer Treatment; A Cross-Sectional Study
  119. Influence of Tibial Shock Feedback Training on Impact Loading and Running Economy
  120. Sa1439 Is Face-to-Face Pre-Assessment Prior to Colonoscopy Useful?
  121. Identifying the ideal body size and shape characteristics associated with children's physical performance tests in Peru
  122. Metrics of meaningfulness as opposed to sleights of significance
  123. Continuity of care by cardiothoracic nurse practitioners: Impact on outcome
  124. Effect of fat free mass on serum and plasma BDNF concentrations during exercise and recovery in healthy young men
  125. Modifiable Behaviors Help to Explain the Inequalities in Perceived Health Associated with Deprivation and Social Class: Evidence from a National Sample
  126. Plasma irisin levels predict telomere length in healthy adults
  127. You’ve told me what you have found, but you haven’t told me the so-what
  128. The influence of winter vitamin D supplementation on muscle function and injury occurrence in elite ballet dancers: A controlled study
  129. The Attitude of Patients Towards the Presence of Medical Students in a Breast Clinic: A Self-Administered Questionnaire Based Audit
  130. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Health Behaviors between Saudi and British Adolescents Living in Urban Areas: Gender by Country Analyses
  131. Does doing housework keep you healthy? The contribution of domestic physical activity to meeting current recommendations for health
  132. Just why theJournal of Sports Sciences’ reputation continues to grow
  133. The influence of maturation, body size and physical self-perceptions on longitudinal changes in physical activity in adolescent girls
  134. A 4-week instructed minimalist running transition and gait-retraining changes plantar pressure and force
  135. Six-Week Combined Vibration and Wobble Board Training on Balance and Stability in Footballers With Functional Ankle Instability
  136. The Effect of a Comprehensive Injury Audit Program on Injury Incidence in Ballet
  137. Vitamin D status in professional ballet dancers: Winter vs. summer
  138. Peak-Power Estimation Equations in 12- to 16-Year-Old Children: Comparing Linear with Allometric Models
  139. Establishing the optimal body mass index - body esteem relationship in young adolescents
  140. Association of Glycation Gap With Mortality and Vascular Complications in Diabetes
  141. Effect of the Great Activity Programme on healthy lifestyle behaviours in 7–11 year olds
  142. Protocol variations in arm position influence the magnitude of waist girth
  143. Peak Power Prediction in Junior Basketballers
  144. Improved training of football referees and the decline in home advantage post-WW2
  145. Development of an accelerometer-based multivariate model to predict free-living energy expenditure in a large military cohort
  146. Hemoglobin A1c in early postpartum screening of women with gestational diabetes
  147. Statistical approaches to relationships between sitting height and leg length in adults
  148. A comparison of the effect of two different judging systems on the technique selection of Muay Thai competitors
  149. Techniques Used by Elite Thai and UK Muay Thai Fighters: An Analysis and Simulation
  150. Effect of exercise on postprandial endothelial function in adolescent boys
  151. Near patient anti-platelet response testing over time and gene analysis in patients admitted with acute coronary syndromes
  152. A Field-Test Battery for Elite, Young Soccer Players
  153. Congratulations to team GB, but why should we be so surprised? Olympic medal count can be predicted using logit regression models that include ‘home advantage’: Table 1
  154. Ballet Injuries: Injury Incidence and Severity Over 1 Year
  155. The Impact of the Built Environment on Young People’s Physical Activity Patterns: A Suburban-Rural Comparison Using GPS
  156. The changing shape characteristics associated with success in world-class sprinters
  157. Evolution and revolution: Gauging the impact of technological and technical innovation on Olympic performance
  158. Seasonal and Annual Variation in Young Children’s Physical Activity
  159. The Reproducibility of 31-Phosphorus MRS Measures of Muscle Energetics at 3 Tesla in Trained Men
  160. Cycle Ergometer Tests in Children With Cystic Fibrosis: Reliability and Feasibility
  161. Colorectal cancer incidence and trend in UK South Asians: a 20-year study
  162. Modeling Longitudinal Changes in Maximal-Intensity Exercise Performance in Young Male Rowing Athletes
  163. Obesity, Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior Amongst British and Saudi Youth: A Cross-Cultural Study
  164. A negative relationship between leg length and leg cross-sectional areas in adults
  165. Physical activity, walking and leanness: An analysis of the Northern Ireland Sport and Physical Activity Survey (SAPAS)
  166. Ambulatory physical activity levels of white and South Asian children in Central England
  167. The Prevalence of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviours Relative to Obesity among Adolescents from Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia: Rural versus Urban Variations
  168. Determination of the swing technique characteristics and performance outcome relationship in golf driving for low handicap female golfers
  169. Inverted BMI rather than BMI is a better proxy for percentage of body fat
  170. Poor aspirin response in diabetic patients presenting with acute coronary syndromes: Results using a near patient test
  171. Evidence for Consistency of the Glycation Gap in Diabetes
  172. Unsafe Abortion as a Birth Control Method
  173. Is Goniometry Suitable for Measuring Ankle Range of Motion in Female Ballet Dancers? An Initial Comparison With Radiographic Measurement
  174. Modelling the determinants of 2000 m rowing ergometer performance: a proportional, curvilinear allometric approach
  175. Disease activity and low physical activity associate with number of hospital admissions and length of hospitalisation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
  176. Physical activity and body composition outcomes of the GreatFun2Run intervention at 20 month follow-up
  177. A simple explanation for the inverse association between height and waist in men
  178. Vibration Training Improves Balance in Unstable Ankles
  179. Cardiorespiratory measurements during field tests in CF: Use of an ambulatory monitoring system
  180. Predictors of rehabilitation intention and behavior following anterior cruciate ligament surgery: an application of the Theory of Planned Behavior
  181. The relationship between pedometer-determined physical activity, body mass index and lean body mass index in children
  182. Erratum
  183. Adjusting athletes' body mass index to better reflect adiposity in epidemiological research
  184. Lifestyle risk factors of students: A cluster analytical approach
  185. Effect of Leg Length on ROM, VJ and Leg Dexterity in Dance
  186. Measurement of the Extreme Ankle Range of Motion Required by Female Ballet Dancers
  187. Cardiovascular function and the veteran athlete
  188. Clopidogrel and proton pump inhibitors: can near patient testing help in the tailoring of dual antiplatelet prescription?
  189. Bone Status in Professional Cyclists
  190. Individualised Assessment of Response to Clopidogrel in Patients Presenting with Acute Coronary Syndromes: A Role for Short Thrombelastography?
  191. A role for human endogenous retrovirus-K (HML-2) in rheumatoid arthritis: investigating mechanisms of pathogenesis
  192. Endogenous Retrovirus Erv-3 Is Not Implicated in Rheumatoid Arthritis But May Provide a Biomarker for Osteoarthritis
  193. Scaling concept II rowing ergometer performance for differences in body mass to better reflect rowing in water
  194. An Examination of Judging Consistency in a Combat Sport
  195. Just the ticket? The National Professional Qualification and the transition to headship in the East Midlands of England
  196. Biological markers of cardiac damage are not related to measures of cardiac systolic and diastolic function using cardiovascular magnetic resonance and echocardiography after an acute bout of prolonged endurance exercise
  197. A tribute to Professor Thomas Reilly (1941–2009)
  198. Effects of a 6-week circuit training intervention on body esteem and body mass index in British primary school children
  199. Validity and reliability of cardiorespiratory measurements recorded by the LifeShirt during exercise tests
  200. Why Great Britain's success in Beijing could have been anticipated and why it should continue beyond 2012
  201. Allometric Associations between Body Size, Shape, and Physical Performance of Greek Children
  202. Physical Fitness and Developmental Coordination Disorder in Greek Children
  203. Association of physical inactivity with increased cardiovascular risk in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
  204. The changing shape of “successful” professional footballers
  205. Choose your primary outcome variables with care
  206. Whole-body efficiency is negatively correlated with minimum torque per duty cycle in trained cyclists
  207. Cardio-respiratory fitness, habitual physical activity and serum brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in men and women
  208. The validity of a non-differential global positioning system for assessing player movement patterns in field hockey
  209. Effect of a school-based intervention to promote healthy lifestyles in 7–11 year old children
  210. Evaluation of knee peak torque in athletic and sedentary children
  211. Underweight and obese states both associate with worse disease activity and physical function in patients with established rheumatoid arthritis
  212. Repeatability of scores on a novel test of endurance running performance
  213. Influence of body position when considering the ecological validity of laboratory time-trial cycling performance
  214. Allometric Scaling of Uphill Cycling Performance
  215. Development of an operational fitness test for the Royal Air Force
  216. Associations of obesity with modifiable risk factors for the development of cardiovascular disease in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
  217. Differences in Physical Activity Levels between White and South Asian Children in the United Kingdom
  218. Evaluation of Peak Power Prediction Equations in Male Basketball Players
  219. Investigation into the effect of detergents on disinfectant susceptibility of attachedEscherichia coliandListeria monocytogenes
  220. Pre-Exercise Alkalosis and Acid-Base Recovery
  221. Leadership Talent Identification and Development
  222. Post-exercise coincidence anticipation in expert and novice Gaelic games players: the effects of exercise intensity
  223. Development of an operational fitness test for the Royal Air Force
  224. The effect of simulated gastric environments on the anti-Helicobacter activity of garlic oil
  225. The Impact Of Competition And The Presence Of Others On Performance
  226. An investigation of a novel three-dimensional activity monitor to predict free-living energy expenditure
  227. Criterion-related validity and test–retest reliability of the 20m Square Shuttle Test
  228. Twenty-five years of sport performance research in theJournal of Sports Sciences
  229. Acute effects of walking on inflammatory and cardiovascular risk in sedentary post-menopausal women
  230. Determinants of 800-m and 1500-m Running Performance Using Allometric Models
  231. Training Induced Changes in Maximum Heart Rate
  232. Cigarette smoking associates with body weight and muscle mass of patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a cross-sectional, observational study
  233. Cigarette smoking significantly increases basal metabolic rate in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
  234. The growing trend of scientific interest in sports science research
  235. Exercise dependence, self-esteem and identity reinforcement: A comparison of three universities in the United Kingdom
  236. New resting energy expenditure prediction equations for patients with rheumatoid arthritis
  237. Are There Limits to Swimming World Records?
  238. Operational efficiency of health care in police custody suites: comparison of nursing and medical provision
  239. Redefining overweight and obesity in rheumatoid arthritis patients
  240. The effect of crank inertial load on the physiological and biomechanical responses of trained cyclists
  241. Blockade of tumour necrosis factor-  in rheumatoid arthritis: effects on components of rheumatoid cachexia
  242. LDL Particle Size in Habitual Exercisers, Lean Sedentary Men and Abdominally Obese Sedentary Men
  243. Diurnal Variation in Swim Performance Remains, Irrespective of Training Once or Twice Daily
  244. Ball launch conditions for skilled golfers using drivers of different lengths in an indoor testing facility
  245. Introduction and Overview
  246. The effect of walking on fitness, fatness and resting blood pressure: A meta-analysis of randomised, controlled trials
  247. Ethical issues when submitting to the Journal of Sports Sciences
  248. Changing times, changing lives: a new look at job satisfaction in two university Schools of Education located in the English West Midlands
  249. Statistics, truth, and error reduction in sport and exercise sciences
  250. The Effects of Three Months of Aerobic and Strength Training on Selected Performance- and Fitness-Related Parameters in Modern Dance Students
  251. The Cardiorespiratory, Anthropometric, and Performance Characteristics of an International/National TouringBallet Company
  252. The ecological validity of laboratory cycling: Does body size explain the difference between laboratory- and field-based cycling performance?
  253. Why self-report “Likert” scale data should not be log-transformed
  254. Rectal temperature, distal sweat rate, and forearm blood flow following mild exercise at two phases of the circadian cycle
  255. Scaling behaviour of in athletes and untrained individuals
  256. An examination of the self-presentation approach and the drive theory of social facilitation
  257. Scaling maximum oxygen uptake using lower leg muscle volume provides further insight into the pitfalls of whole body-mass power laws
  258. An 8-week randomized controlled trial on the effects of brisk walking, and brisk walking with abdominal electrical muscle stimulation on anthropometric, body composition, and self-perception measures in sedentary adult women
  259. A Comparison of Developmental Coordination Disorder Prevalence Rates in Canadian and Greek Children
  261. The effect of match standard and referee experience on the objective and subjective match workload of English Premier League referees
  262. The effect of a worksite based walking programme on cardiovascular risk in previously sedentary civil servants [NCT00284479]
  263. Optimal power-to-mass ratios when predicting flat and hill-climbing time-trial cycling
  264. Energy Expenditure during British Army Initial Training
  265. Walking and Cardiovascular Risk
  266. Will Women Ever Run (or Walk) Faster than Men in Long-Distance Endurance Events?
  267. Journal of sport sciences' review process goes “live” online
  268. Mid-expiratory flow versus FEV1 measurements in the diagnosis of exercise induced asthma in elite athletes
  270. Performance of Soccer Passing Skills Under Moderate and High-Intensity Localized Muscle Fatigue
  271. Body dissatisfaction, body fat and physical activity in British children
  272. Validation of the Digiwalker™ Pedometer for Measuring Physical Activity in Young Children
  273. Are There Limits to Running World Records?
  275. Influence of Familiarization on a Backward, Overhead Medicine Ball Explosive Power Test
  276. The effects of 24 weeks of moderate- or high-intensity exercise on insulin resistance
  277. Test-Retest Stability of the Task and Ego Orientation Questionnaire
  278. Confirmatory factor analysis of the Thought Occurrence Questionnaire for Sport (TOQS) among adolescent athletes
  279. Sports Medicine
  280. The effects of 60 minutes of brisk walking per week, accumulated in two different patterns, on cardiovascular risk
  281. Mood, self-set goals and examination performance: the moderating effect of depressed mood
  282. How will this help me? evaluating an accredited programme to enhance the early professional development of newly qualified teachers
  283. Cardiovascular disease risk factors in habitual exercisers, lean sedentary men and abdominally obese sedentary men
  284. An intelligent ventilation and oxygenation management system in neonatal intensive care using fuzzy trend template fitting
  285. Scaling maximal oxygen uptake to predict cycling time-trial performance in the field: a non-linear approach
  286. Changes in cardiorespiratory fitness and coronary heart disease risk factors following 24 wk of moderate- or high-intensity exercise of equal energy cost
  287. Do judges enhance home advantage in European championship boxing?
  288. The extent and causes of home advantage: Some recent insights
  289. Allometric cascade model and metabolic rate
  290. Performance Characteristics of Gas Analysis Systems: What We Know and What We Need to Know
  291. Relationship between adiposity and body size reveals limitations of BMI
  292. Further Assessments of the Relationship Between Jet Lag and Some of Its Symptoms
  293. Modeling Physiological and Anthropometric Variables Known to Vary with Body Size and Other Confounding Variables
  294. BASES Annual Conference 7 – 9th September 2004, Liverpool, UK
  295. The validity of capillary blood sampling in the determination of human growth hormone concentration during exercise in men
  296. Body image and physical activity in British secondary school children
  297. The Effect of 6 Months Training on Leg Power, Balance, and Functional Mobility of Independently Living Adults Over 70 Years Old
  298. Body esteem and body fat in British school children from different ethnic groups
  299. The dangers of reporting spurious regression to the mean
  300. Changes in the angle-force curve of human elbow flexors following eccentric and isometric exercise
  301. A spurious correlation
  302. Exercise science and health-enhancing physical activity
  303. Do sporting activities convey benefits to bone mass throughout the skeleton?
  304. Left Ventricular Morphology and Function in Female Athletes: A Meta-Analysis
  305. Can greater muscularity in larger individuals resolve the 3/4 power-law controversy when modelling maximum oxygen uptake?
  306. Changes of Body Temperature and Thermoregulation in the Course of the Ovarian Cycle in Laboratory Mice
  307. Enhancing specificity in proxy-design for the assessment of bioenergetics
  309. Scaling or normalising maximum oxygen uptake to predict 1-mile run time in boys
  310. The first joint BASES/BASEM Conference
  311. Using Covariance to Unravel the Effects of Meteorological Factors and Daily and Seasonal Rhythms
  312. Are adult physiques geometrically similar? The dangers of allometric scaling using body mass power laws
  313. Lack of Evidence for a Marked Endogenous Component Determining Food Intake in Humans During Forced Desynchrony
  314. Thermoregulation During Mild Exercise at Different Circadian Times
  315. Does radio-opaque contrast improve radiographic localisation of percutaneous central venous lines?
  316. An essential 'health check' for all medical devices
  317. Does Lower-Body BMD Develop at the Expense of Upper-Body BMD in Female Runners?
  318. TheJournal of Sports Sciencescontinues to grow with confidence
  320. Characteristics Associated with 10-km Running Performance among a Group of Highly Trained Male Endurance Runners Age 21–63 Years
  321. Modeling Maximum Oxygen Uptake of Elite Endurance Athletes
  322. Physiological factors associated with low bone mineral density in female endurance runners
  323. The Relationship Between Assessments of Jet Lag and Some of Its Symptoms
  324. Modelling home advantage in the Summer Olympic Games
  325. The Development of New Purification Methods to Assess the Circadian Rhythm of Body Temperature in Mongolian Gerbils
  326. Modeling elite male athletes’ peripheral bone mass, assessed using regional dual x-ray absorptiometry
  327. Cross-sectional assessment through regression techniques of the determinants of categorisation in the contemplation stage of change
  328. Longitudinal regression techniques in assessment of a transtheoretical model based investigation of physical activity
  329. Editorial - 12th Commonwealth International Sport Conference
  330. Symposium 4: Exercise, mood and affect: Exploring mechanisms for change: Development and initial validation of the Music Mood- Regulation Scale (MMRS)
  331. Determinants of 2,000 m rowing ergometer performance in elite rowers
  332. The influence of crowd noise and experience upon refereeing decisions in football
  333. Accumulating brisk walking for fitness, cardiovascular risk, and psychological health
  334. Sex, Ethnic and Socio-Economic Differences in Children’s Physical Activity
  335. Adjusting Bone Mass for Differences in Projected Bone Area and Other Confounding Variables: An Allometric Perspective
  336. Widening participation in higher education: support at the further education/higher education interface and its impact on the transition and progression of advanced GNVQ students – a research report
  337. Automatic detection of distorted plethysmogram pulses in neonates and paediatric patients using an adaptive-network-based fuzzy inference system
  338. Identifying some determinants of "jet lag" and its symptoms: a study of athletes and other travellers
  340. Statistical methods for analysing discrete and categorical data recorded in performance analysis
  341. Editorial
  342. Editorial
  343. Modeling the Effect of Spontaneous Activity on Core Temperature in Healthy Human Subjects
  344. Resting metabolic rate in obese and nonobese Chinese Singaporean boys aged 13–15 y
  345. Circadian Temperature and Activity Rhythms in Mice under Free-Running and Entrained Conditions; Assessment after Purification of the Temperature Rhythm
  346. A fuzzy system for detecting distorted plethysmogram pulses in neonates and paediatric patients
  347. Is Exercise-Induced Myocardial Injury Self-Abating?
  348. Is Exercise-Induced Myocardial Injury Self-Abating?
  349. Selected issues in the design and analysis of sport performance research
  350. Editorial
  352. Home advantage in the Winter Olympics (1908-1998)
  353. Stability of psychometric questionnaires
  354. A computerized data acquisition system for infusion devices?a clinical support tool, or a risk management tool?
  355. New horizons in research methods
  356. Editorial
  357. Different patterns of brisk walking are equally effective in decreasing postprandial lipaemia
  358. Do subjective symptoms predict our perception of jet-lag?
  359. Effects of activity-rest schedules on physiological strain and spinal load in hospital-based porters
  360. Modelling handgrip strength in the presence of confounding variables: results from the Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey
  361. Editorial
  362. Human erythrocyte and plasma amino acid concentrations during exercise
  363. Effect of oral glucose on leucine turnover in human subjects at rest and during exercise at two levels of dietary protein
  364. Training Effects of Accumulated Daily Stair-Climbing Exercise in Previously Sedentary Young Women
  365. Sensitivity of Heart Rate and Blood Pressure to Spontaneous Activity in Transgenic Rats
  366. Modelling the influence of age, body size and sex on maximum oxygen uptake in older humans
  367. Modelling the Influence of Age, Body Size and Sex on Maximum Oxygen Uptake in Older Humans
  368. Estimates of the Daily Phase and Amplitude of the Endogenous Component of the Circadian Rhythm of Core Temperature in Sedentary Humans Living Nychthemerally
  369. Measures of Reliability in Sports Medicine and Science
  370. A multidisciplinary approach to talent identification in soccer
  372. Modelling health-related performance indices
  373. Modeling growth and maturation changes in peak oxygen uptake in 11–13 yr olds
  374. Comments - re: Vehrs, P., Morrow, J. R., Butte, N.: Reliability and Concurrent Validity of Futrex and Bioelectrical Impedance. Int J Sports Med 19: 560-566,1998
  375. Crowd influence on decisions in association football
  376. Maximal physiological responses to deep and shallow water running
  377. Home Advantage in Sport
  378. Lack of Evidence that Feedback from Lifestyle Alters the Amplitude of the Orcadian Pacemaker in Humans
  379. Hormonal factors in the development of differences in strength between boys and girls during adolescence: a longitudinal study
  380. Identifying population differences in lung function: results from the Allied Dunbar national fitness survey
  381. Modulation of whole body protein metabolism, during and after exercise, by variation of dietary protein
  382. Heart rate response to "off-road" running events in female athletes
  383. Modeling developmental changes in strength and aerobic power in children
  384. Statistical Methods For Assessing Measurement Error (Reliability) in Variables Relevant to Sports Medicine
  385. Modelling the relationship between isokinetic muscle strength and sprint running performance
  386. Assessing agreement between measurements recorded on a ratio scale in sports medicine and sports science.
  387. Letters to the Editor
  388. Modelling performance at international tennis and golf tournaments: is there a home advantage?
  389. The Appropriate Use of Scaling Techniques in Exercise Physiology
  390. Identifying home advantage in international tennis and golf tournaments
  391. Accumulated oxygen deficit and shuttle run performance in physically active men and women
  392. A model for phosphocreatine resynthesis
  393. Modelling the associations of BMI, physical activity and diet with arterial blood pressure: some results from the Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey
  394. Editorial
  395. Factors associated with home advantage in English and Scottish soccer matches
  396. Growth hormone responses to treadmill sprinting in sprint- and endurance-trained athletes
  397. Scaling peak ??VO2 for differences in body size
  398. Scaling, normalizing, and per ratio standards: an allometric modeling approach
  399. Body mass index: a measure of fatness or leanness?
  400. Recovery of power output and muscle metabolites following 30 s of maximal sprint cycling in man.
  401. In-shoe foot pressure measurement system utilising piezoelectric film transducers
  402. The need to scale for differences in body size and mass: an explanation of Kleiber's 0.75 mass exponent
  403. Accumulated oxygen deficit and short‐distance running performance
  404. Menstrual-cycle effects on mood and perceptual-motor performance
  405. Effect of diet on performance during recovery from intermittent sprint exercise
  406. Mood, mileage and the menstrual cycle.
  407. Modelling bivariate relationships when repeated measurements are recorded on more than one subject
  408. Scaling physiological measurements for individuals of different body size
  409. Using Generalized Linear Models (GLMs) to Model Errors in Motor Performance
  410. Effects of load on oxygen intake in trained boys and men during treadmill running
  411. Modelling mood states in athletic performance
  412. The Analysis of Errors in Short-Term Motor Memory Research Using Trial Profiles
  413. Social area influences on leisure activity — an exploration of the ACORN classification with reference to sport