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Stephen P Bird, William J Markwick
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Youth participation in basketball is on the rise, with basketball one of the top five participation sports in Australia. With increased participation there is a need for greater awareness of the importance of the pre-participation examination, including musculoskeletal screening and functional performance testing as part of a multidisciplinary approach to reducing the risk for future injuries. As majority of all basketball injuries affect the lower extremities, pre-participation musculoskeletal screening and functional performance testing should assess fundamental movement qualities throughout the kinetic chain with an emphasis on lower extremity force characteristics, specifically eccentric loading tasks...
October 2016: International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy
Julien Caquot, Anaick Perrochon, Jean-Luc Bugeaud, Xavier Dumélié, François Duzou, Jean-Christophe Daviet
OBJECTIVE: Jumper's knee is extremely common among basketball players of high-level even in the youth categories, with adverse consequences for the continuation of the practice. To establish a preventive educational action, we have sought to examine the cognitive representations of the players concerning the patellar tendinopathy. OBJECTIVE: Raise an appraisal of presentations and ideas accepted from the basketball players participants in the championship of France hope concerning the prevention of the patellar tendinothy (PT)...
September 2016: Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Ebonie Rio, Mathijs van Ark, Sean Docking, G Lorimer Moseley, Dawson Kidgell, Jamie E Gaida, Inge van den Akker-Scheek, Johannes Zwerver, Jill Cook
OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to compare the immediate analgesic effects of 2 resistance programs in in-season athletes with patellar tendinopathy (PT). Resistance training is noninvasive, a principle stimulus for corticospinal and neuromuscular adaptation, and may be analgesic. DESIGN: Within-season randomized clinical trial. Data analysis was conducted blinded to group. SETTING: Subelite volleyball and basketball competitions. PARTICIPANTS: Twenty jumping athletes aged more than 16 years, participating in games/trainings 3 times per week with clinically diagnosed PT...
August 10, 2016: Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: Official Journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine
Kai-Yu Ho, Kornelia Kulig
OBJECTIVE: This case-based report assessed resting water content and exercise-driven water exchange within a tendon with a history of tendinopathy and compared the response to that of a healthy uninvolved tendon. DESIGN: Case Report. SETTING: University imaging center. PARTICIPANT: The participant was a 27-year-old female basketball player 39 months following knee trauma. Patellar tendinopathy developed 12 months after the injury episode and was treated with eccentric exercises...
October 2016: Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
Lorena Torres-Ronda, Xavi Schelling
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May 2016: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Hailey A Parry, Anh-Dung Nguyen, Jeffrey B Taylor, Kevin R Ford
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May 2016: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Vincent J Dalbo, Jordan L Fox, Nattai R Borges, Ben J Dascombe, Kaelin C Young, Aaron T Scanlan
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May 2016: Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Patrick Fuerst, Albert Gollhofer, Dominic Gehring
The influence of preparation time on ankle joint biomechanics during highly dynamic movements is largely unknown. The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of limited preparation time on ankle joint loading during highly dynamic run-and-cut movements. Thirteen male basketball players performed 45°-sidestep-cutting and 180°-turning manoeuvres in reaction to light signals which appeared during the approach run. Both movements were executed under (1) an easy condition, in which the light signal appeared very early, (2) a medium condition and (3) a hard condition with very little time to prepare the movements...
June 8, 2016: Journal of Sports Sciences
Marcelo Saldanha Aoki, Lorena Torres Ronda, Pablo Rebouças Marcelino, Gustavo Drago, Chris Carling, Paul S Bradley, Alexandre Moreira
The aims of this study were to investigate the dynamics of external (eTL) and internal (iTL) training loads during seasonal periods and examine the effect of a periodized training programme on physical performance in professional basketball players. Repeated measures for 9 players (28±6 yr; 199±8 cm; 101±12 kg) were collected from 45 training sessions, over a 6-wk pre-season phase and a 5-wk in-season phase. Physical tests were conducted at baseline (T1), week 4 (T2) and week 9 (T3). Differences in means are presented as % ± Confident Limits (CL)...
May 25, 2016: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
YaoHui K Chua, Raymond K K Quek, Pui W Kong
This study aimed (1) to profile the plantar loading characteristics when performing the basketball lay-up in a realistic setting and (2) to determine the number of trials necessary to establish a stable mean for plantar loading variables during the lay-up. Thirteen university male basketball players [age: 23.0 (1.4) years, height: 1.75 (0.05) m, mass: 68.4 (8.6) kg] performed ten successful basketball lay-ups from a stationary position. Plantar loading variables were recorded using the Novel Pedar-X in-shoe system...
May 31, 2016: Sports Biomechanics
Aitor Iturricastillo, Cristina Granados, Asier Los Arcos, Javier Yanci
The aim of the present study was to analyse the training load in wheelchair basketball small-sided games and determine the relationship between heart rate (HR)-based training load and perceived exertion (RPE)-based training load methods among small-sided games bouts. HR-based measurements of training load included Edwards' training load and Stagno's training impulses (TRIMPMOD) while RPE-based training load measurements included cardiopulmonary (session RPEres) and muscular (session RPEmus) values. Data were collected from 12 wheelchair basketball players during five consecutive weeks...
May 23, 2016: Journal of Sports Sciences
Aaron T Scanlan, Jordan L Fox, Nattai R Borges, Ben J Dascombe, Vincent J Dalbo
PURPOSE: The influence of various factors on training load responses in basketball has received limited attention. This study aimed to examine the temporal changes and influence of cumulative training dose on training load responses and interrelationships during basketball activity. METHODS: Ten state-level, Australian, male, junior basketball players completed 4 x 10-min standardized bouts of simulated basketball activity using a circuit-based protocol. Internal training load was quantified using the session rating of perceived exertion (sRPE), summated heart rate zones (SHRZ), Banister's training impulse (TRIMP), and Lucia's TRIMP models...
August 24, 2016: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
Oliver Gonzalo-Skok, Julio Tous-Fajardo, Luis Suarez-Arrones, José Luis Arjol-Serrano, José Antonio Casajús, Alberto Mendez-Villanueva
PURPOSE: The aim of the present study was to compare the effects of unilateral and bilateral resistance training on single-leg power output, between-limb imbalance (BLI), bilateral deficit (BLD), change of direction (COD), linear sprinting and jumping performance in young elite basketball players. METHODS: Twenty-two young (U-16 to U-19) male basketball players were randomly assigned either to exclusive unilateral (UNI) (n=11) or bilateral (BIL) (n=11) resistance training group during a 6-week period...
May 3, 2016: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
Abbas Asadi, Hamid Arazi, Warren B Young, Eduardo Sáez de Villarreal
PURPOSE: To show a clear picture about the possible variables of enhancements of change-of-direction (COD) ability using longitudinal plyometric-training (PT) studies and determine specific factors that influence the training effects. METHODS: A computerized search was performed, and 24 articles with a total of 46 effect sizes (ESs) in an experimental group and 25 ESs in a control group were reviewed to analyze the role of various factors on the impact of PT on COD performance...
July 2016: International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
Michael K Drew, Caroline F Finch
BACKGROUND: Clinically it is understood that rapid increases in training loads expose an athlete to an increased risk of injury; however, there are no systematic reviews to qualify this statement. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this systematic review was to determine training and competition loads, and the relationship between injury, illness and soreness. METHODS: The MEDLINE, SPORTDiscus, CINAHL and EMBASE databases were searched using a predefined search strategy...
June 2016: Sports Medicine
Tomás T Freitas, Julio Calleja-González, Francisco Alarcón, Pedro E Alcaraz
This study aimed to investigate the acute effects of two different resistance circuit training protocols on basketball players' physical and technical performance and rating of perceived exertion (RPE). In a repeated-measures, crossover experimental design, 9 semiprofessional basketball players performed a Power Circuit Training (PCT; 45% 1RM) and a High-Resistance Circuit Training (HRC; 6RM), on consecutive weeks. Vertical and horizontal jump performance, 3-points shooting accuracy, repeated-sprint ability (RSA), agility, and upper body power output were measured before and after training...
February 2016: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Thierry Weissland, Arnaud Faupin, Benoit Borel, Pierre-Marie Leprêtre
The intermittent nature of wheelchair court sports suggests using a similar protocol to assess repeated shuttles and recovery abilities. This study aimed to compare performances, physiological responses and perceived rating exertion obtained from the continuous multistage field test (MFT) and the 30-15 intermittent field test (30-15IFT). Eighteen trained wheelchair basketball players (WBP) (WBP: 32.0 ± 5.7 y, IWBF classification: 2.9 ± 1.1 points) performed both incremental field tests in randomized order...
2015: Frontiers in Physiology
M Leppänen, K Pasanen, J-P Kulmala, U M Kujala, T Krosshaug, P Kannus, J Perttunen, T Vasankari, J Parkkari
Poor knee alignment is associated with increased loading of the joints, ligaments and tendons, and may increase the risk of injury. The study purpose was to compare differences in knee kinematics between basketball and floorball players during a vertical drop jump (VDJ) task. We wanted to investigate whether basketball players, whose sport includes frequent jump-landings, exhibited better knee control compared with floorball players, whose sport involves less jumping. Complete data was obtained from 173 basketball and 141 floorball players...
April 2016: International Journal of Sports Medicine
Daniele Conte, Terence G Favero, Meike Niederhausen, Laura Capranica, Antonio Tessitore
This study assessed the physiological and technical demands of no dribble game drill (NDGD) in comparison with a regular drill (RD). Twenty-three young basketball players performed RDs and NDGDs in a random order. All basketball rules were followed for RDs, whereas dribbling was not permitted for NDGDs. The independent variable was the drill condition, and the dependent variables were percentage of maximal heart rate (%HRmax), rate of perceived exertion (RPE), Edwards training load (TL), and the following technical actions (TAs): pass (total, correct, wrong, and percent of correct passes), shot (total, scored, missed, and percent of made shots), interception, steal, turnover, and rebound...
December 2015: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
Lee A Weidauer, Teresa Binkley, Matt Vukovich, Bonny Specker
BACKGROUND: Several previous investigations have determined potential risk factors for stress fractures in athletes and military personnel. PURPOSE: To determine factors associated with the development of stress fractures in female athletes. STUDY DESIGN: Case-control study; Level of evidence, 3. METHODS: A total of 88 female athletes (cross-country, n = 29; soccer, n = 15; swimming, n = 9; track and field, n = 14; volleyball, n = 12; and basketball, n = 9) aged 18 to 24 years were recruited to participate in a longitudinal bone study and had their left distal tibia at the 4%, 20%, and 66% sites scanned by peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT)...
July 2014: Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine
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