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Video Abstract: Resistance Training Recommendations for Children and Adolescents With Cystic Fibrosis–Related Diabetes

Video Author: Clifton J. Holmes
Published on: 01.21.2022

This video provides an abstract for the article: “Resistance Training Recommendations for Children and Adolescents With Cystic Fibrosis–Related Diabetes”

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Creator: Clifton J. Holmes
Duration: 3:48
This video provides an abstract for the article: “Resistance Training Recommendations for Children and Adolescents With Cystic Fibrosis–Related Diabetes”
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This video provides an abstract for the article: “Assessing Interlimb Asymmetries: Are We Heading in the Right Direction?”
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A significant number of resistance training injuries occur at the shoulder complex. However, there is a lack of research identifying predictive variables, which may increase the risk of these injuries. Certain exercises, such as those requiring the apprehension position (glenohumeral abduction with external rotation), have been investigated and found to be associated with shoulder pain and injury. However, there are additional exercises or positions that may also be associated with increased injury risk. The position of end-range glenohumeral extension, particularly as it pertains to a dip, is a vulnerable position that may have previously been overlooked.
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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes bilateral waves/ slams.
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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating waves.
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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating scissors.
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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating circles.
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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating circles.
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This video demonstrates the proper performance of the arched-back bench press.
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This video provides an abstract of the article “Exercise Programming for Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease”.
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This video overviews the acute cross-sectional studies that have investigated resisted sled pulling and pushing.
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This video provides an abstract of the article “Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis on the Effect of Contrast Training on Vertical Jump Performance”.
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This video provides an abstract for the article “A Needs Analysis of Karate Kumite With Recommendations for Performance Testing and Training”.
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This video provides an abstract for the article: "Exercise Technique: Handstand Push-up".
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This video provides an abstract for the article: "Preparing Athletes With Intellectual Disabilities for Powerlifting Meets".
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This video provides an abstract for the article: "Optimizing Squat Technique—Revisited".
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This video provides an abstract for the article: "Starting at the Ground Up: Range of Motion Requirements and Assessment Procedures for Weightlifting Movements".
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Creator: Clifton J. Holmes
Duration: 3:48
This video provides an abstract for the article: “Resistance Training Recommendations for Children and Adolescents With Cystic Fibrosis–Related Diabetes”
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Creator: Ron Snarr
Duration: 0:05
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes bilateral waves/ slams.
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Creator: Ron Snarr
Duration: 0:03
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating waves.
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Creator: Ron Snarr
Duration: 0:05
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating scissors.
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Creator: Ron Snarr
Duration: 0:10
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating circles.
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Creator: Ron Snarr
Duration: 0:10
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the battle ropes alternating circles.
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Creator: Phil Tungate
Duration: 0:33
This video demonstrates the proper performance of the arched-back bench press.
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Creator: Michael Cahill
Duration: 5:25
This video overviews the acute cross-sectional studies that have investigated resisted sled pulling and pushing.
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Creator: Jeffrey Pagaduan
Duration: 3:16
This video provides an abstract of the article “Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis on the Effect of Contrast Training on Vertical Jump Performance”.
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Creator: Helmi Chaabene
Duration: 3:10
This video provides an abstract for the article “A Needs Analysis of Karate Kumite With Recommendations for Performance Testing and Training”.
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Creator: Paul Comfort
Duration: 7:50
This video provides an abstract for the article: "Standardization and Methodological Considerations for the Isometric Midthigh Pull".
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Creator: Ronald L. Snarr
Duration: 1:56
This video provides an abstract for the article: "Exercise Technique: Handstand Push-up".
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Creator: Sophia Nimphius
Duration: 5:13
This video provides an abstract for the article: "Change of Direction and Agility Tests: Challenging Our Current Measures of Performance".
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Creator: Jo Clubb
Duration: 3:51
This video provides an abstract for the article: "Developing Cost-Effective, Evidence-Based Load Monitoring Systemsin Strength and Conditioning Practice".
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This video provides an abstract for the article: " The Turkish Row".
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
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An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips and ankles. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: perform backwards or place KB on hips.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
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An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips, ankles, shoulders, and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: perform with yoga push-up.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:05
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: shoulders. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: perform/backwards/sideways, place KB on hips, or perform with alternating leg lifts.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:05
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips, ankles, shoulders, and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: perform sideways.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:03
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: ankles, shoulders, and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: ankles.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
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An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips, ankles, shoulders, and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: ankles. Progressions: perform backwards or sideways.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
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An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips and ankles. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: perform as low to the ground as possible.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:06
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: shoulders. Target stability areas: shoulders.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:03
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: shoulders. Target stability areas: shoulders.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:10
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: shoulders and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: core.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:09
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: ankles. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: Perform sideways or place KB on hips.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:07
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips, ankles, shoulders, and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: shoulders, ankles, and hips. Progressions: perform backwards/sideways.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:04
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips and ankles. Target stability areas: shoulders and core. Progressions: perform backwards/sideways or place KB on hips.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:08
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: ankles, shoulders, and thoracic spine. Target stability areas: ankles.
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Creator: Frank J. Nugent
Duration: 0:07
An example of ground-based movement (GBM) exercises for youth swimmers. Target mobility areas: hips and ankles. Target stability areas: hips and ankles. Progressions: perform with KB in hands.
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Creator: Donald Babbitt
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The lifter will gently move the bar with the arms and upper body to start the motion, so that the hammers will maintain their swinging motion either in unison (Figure 10A).
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Creator: Donald Babbitt
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Opposing directions (Figure 10B).
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Creator: Donald Babbitt
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The body position that is assumed to execute this exercise is very similar to that which the hammer thrower maintains during an actual throwing movement (Figure 12A).
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Creator: Donald Babbitt
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An easier version of this exercise can be used by either adjusting the hold on the bar so that it is much closer to the lifter’s center of mass, just above the hips (Figure 12B).
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Creator: Donald Babbitt
Duration: 0:10
The kettlebell swing is another posture-driven exercise in which the lifter holds a kettlebell behind their head as it dangles from a four-foot rope or band (Figure 13A).
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Creator: Daniel Belcher
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This video provides an abstract for the article: "The Sumo Deadlift".
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Creator: Gretchen Mohney
Duration: 3:30
Jump off one leg laterally, land on opposite, jump back. Repeat. Upper extremity consistent with power stroking technique.
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Creator: Michael Zweifel
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The pivot press should be performed for sets of 2–5 for reps of 4–8 with 2 minutes of rest between sets. The intent should be to move the weight as fast as possible.
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Creator: Azahara Fort-Vanmeerhaeghe
Duration: 5:22
This video provides an abstract for the article "Integrative Neuromuscular Training in Youth Athletes. Part II: Strategies to Prevent Injuries and Improve Performance".
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Creator: Matthew D. Wright
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Animal walks may engage children in these movements, and an example may include a “duck walk”.
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Creator: Matthew D. Wright
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A variety of ground-based movements-Part 3.
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Creator: Matthew D. Wright
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In this example, the “gorilla” refers to the starting position of the snatch, and the “eagle,” the top of the triple extension.
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Creator: Daniel Lorenz
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The athlete completes a walking lunge, then plantarflexes the ankle after the concentric hip and knee extension.
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Creator: Daniel Lorenz
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The athlete performs a step-up, but adds ankle plantarflexion to the movement. Dumbbells or barbells can be used for resistance.
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Creator: Daniel Lorenz
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Here, the athlete “punches” the step to elevate the amount of force.
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Creator: Todd A. Gilson
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Athletes were encouraged to bring protective footwear/shoes and goggles during training as pool bottoms usually have a rough texture. Weeks 1 and 2 of the program were fairly light and aimed to introduce athletes to the pool, the exercises (Table 2, Figures 1–5) and gauge how their bodies would feel during and after training.
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Creator: Todd A. Gilson
Duration: 0:09
Athletes were encouraged to bring protective footwear/shoes and goggles during training as pool bottoms usually have a rough texture. Weeks 1 and 2 of the program were fairly light and aimed to introduce athletes to the pool, the exercises (Table 2, Figures 1–5) and gauge how their bodies would feel during and after training.
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Creator: Todd A. Gilson
Duration: 0:18
Athletes were encouraged to bring protective footwear/shoes and goggles during training as pool bottoms usually have a rough texture. Weeks 1 and 2 of the program were fairly light and aimed to introduce athletes to the pool, the exercises (Table 2, Figures 1–5) and gauge how their bodies would feel during and after training.
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Creator: Todd A. Gilson
Duration: 0:23
Athletes were encouraged to bring protective footwear/shoes and goggles during training as pool bottoms usually have a rough texture. Weeks 1 and 2 of the program were fairly light and aimed to introduce athletes to the pool, the exercises (Table 2, Figures 1–5) and gauge how their bodies would feel during and after training.
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Creator: Mark DiSanto
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Similar to the SFFE, but with a clean grip, the athlete grabs an empty barbell and stands at full extension (Figure 2A).
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Creator: John Wilson
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This video provides an abstract for the article "Practical Guidelines and Considerations for the Use of Elastic Bands in Strength and Conditioning".
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Creator: Ronald L. Snarr
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This video provides an abstract for the article: "Exercise Technique: Deficit Deadlift".
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Creator: Xavi Schelling
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This video provides an abstract of the article "Conditioning for Basketball: Quality and Quantity of Training".
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Creator: Daniel Lorenz
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The athlete is instructed to perform an explosive push-up while moving laterally through the ladder and then back to the beginning.
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Creator: Toby Brooks
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The side-lying sleeper stretch for internal rotation is a preferred means of gaining shoulder internal rotation mobility.
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Creator: Toby Brooks
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A walking spiderman lunge to improve hip external rotation mobility in flexion.
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Creator: Kevin C. Phillips
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This video demonstrates the power switch-up exercise.
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Creator: Kevin C. Phillips
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This video demonstrates alternating pull ups using a towel.
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Creator: Kevin C. Phillips
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This video demonstrates performing pull ups with alternating grips.
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Creator: Kevin C. Phillips
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This video demonstrates a pull up performed in a circular motion.
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Creator: Kevin C. Phillips
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This video demonstrates a pull up while gripping with just the fingers.
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This video shows the proper exercise technique for a barbell backward lunge.
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A dynamic warm up prior to practice or competition has been shown to improve lower limb motor control, and reduce the risk of hamstring injury(14). Dynamic warm up drills shown in this video are A marching, A skips, B skips, short stride cariocas, side shuffles, leg cycling, leg pawing, ankle pops, quick support running drills, forward falling running drills and explosive starts.
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