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Epidemiology of injury in male adolescent Gaelic games.
Objectives There is a lack of epidemiological research in adolescent Gaelic games, with previous research primarily focusing on elite adult males. This study aimed to prospectively capture the epidemiology of injury in ...
Perceptions of wellbeing and quality of life following participation in a community-based pre-operative exercise programme in men with newly diagnosed prostate cancer: a qualitative pilot study
Background Men with a newly diagnosed prostate cancer are often treated by surgery. The time window between cancer diagnosis and surgery causes high levels of uncertainty and stress, which negatively impact quality of ...
The development of the MedEx IMPACT Intervention: a patient-centred, evidenced-based and theoretically-informed physical activity behavior change intervention for individuals living with and beyond cancer.
Regular physical activity (PA) can address many of the negative side effects experienced by individuals following cancer treatment and support the optimization of physical and psychosocial well-being. However, many survivors ...
The effect of participating in MedEx Wellness, a community-based chronic disease exercise rehabilitation programme, on physical, clinical and psychological health: A study protocol for a cohort trial.
Background: Community-based exercise rehabilitation programmes for chronic disease are an effective alternative to traditional hospital-based programmes. MedEx Wellness is a novel community-based exercise rehabilitation ...
Comparison of sprint interval and endurance training in team sport athletes.
(National Strength and Conditioning Association, 2018-11)
Comparison of sprint interval and endurance training in team sport athletes. J Strength Cond Res 32(11): 3051-3058, 2018-High-volume endurance training (ET) has traditionally been used to improve aerobic capacity but is ...