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Abstract: Knowing the variables that can help improve performance in different disciplines is what coaches and group directors look for. Tobacco use and sports performance are part of the fundamental pillars of a study of health and performance in athletes. That is the reason why the studies of sports performanceshave increasedover recent years. Objective. Carry out a literature review on the impact of tobacco use on sports performance, clarifying its consequences. Methodology. A search was made in the Scopus, Pubmed and ScienceDirect databases, using the keywords "smoking"; "sport performance.......
Key Words: adults, sports performance, physical performance, revision, tobacco
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|Title||:||A Qualitative Comparison between Closed and Open Kinetic Chain Exercises on Development of Soccer Kicking Ability|
|Authors||:||Arijit Putatunda || RajshreeChundawat|
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to investigate the effect of close chain and open chain kinetic exercise on development of Soccer kicking ability and to determine which mode resulted in the greatest performance enhancement. The case study incorporated randomly a total of thirty college level soccer players, each aged between 19 to 24 years. The total thirty students were randomly divided into equal three groups. Among these groups two different groups were gone throughclose chain kinetic and open chain kinetic exercises respectively and one group kept as control group.Progressive weight training thrice a week for 14 weeks scheduled.Necessary data was collected......
Key Words: Close chain kinetic exercise, open chain kinetic exercise, soccer kicking,Squats, Lunges, leg extension, leg curl.
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|Title||:||Effect of Cognitive Dual Task and Motor Dual Task on Postural Sway in Quiet Standing in Young Adults|
|Authors||:||Mugdha Oberoi || Aastha Shah|
Abstract: Dual-tasking is common in daily life. One normally needs to maintain postural control while performing one or more other concurrent tasks such as walking while talking. When two tasks are being performed simultaneously, performance of one or both can be impaired; if together they require attention that exceeds an individual's capacity. Dual-task methods have been successfully applied to the measurement of postural control.The study of relation between cognitive overload and upper limb motor task, and their respective effects on postural sway in quiet standing can be used to train phases of postural stability. Young adults between ages 18 and 35 who were able to count; excluding the subjects with recent lower limb pathologies, neurological or vestibular conditions were taken. Arbitrarily, 100 subjects were taken, and the sampling was convenient sampling. The subject stood......
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