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Purpose: To understand what factors are associated with adolescents' perceived healthfulness of sports drinks (SD) and of energy drinks (ED), with a focus on health risk, athletics, and media-related variables. Design: Cross-sectional survey Setting: Online Subjects: U.S. adolescents ages 14-18...

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Pfender, E.; Bleakley, A.; Ellithorpe, M.; Hennessey, M.; Maloney, E.; Jordan, A.; Stevens, R.
Publisher
Sage Publications
Publication
American Journal of Health Promotion, 2023, 37, 1, pp 84-88
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Sound general and sports nutrition knowledge in athletes is essential for making appropriate dietary choices. Assessment of nutrition knowledge enables evaluation and tailoring of nutrition education. However, few well-validated tools are available to assess nutrition knowledge in athletes. The...

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Edmonds, C.; Tam, R.; Madigan, S.; Gubb, L.; Beck, K. L.; Gifford, J. A.; Flood, V. M.; Prvan, T.; Gemming, L. N.; O'Connor, H.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Publication
Journal of Nutritional Science, 2023, 12, e2,
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Purpose: There are various studies that show that the attitudes and behaviours of sports stakeholders (e.g., coaches, supporters, managers, etc.) have positive and negative consequences on the emotion regulation strategies of athletes. In these studies, there is not enough evidence to reveal the...

Author(s)
Solakumur, A.; Dilek, A. N.; Unlu, Y.; Kul, M.
Publisher
United States Sports Academy
Publication
The Sport Journal, 2023, 26, 1,
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Women football fans in Iran are a small but dedicated fanbase. A recent study published in Soccer & Society, found that while...

Date
March 2022
Author(s)
Jess Thay
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Doping is now a global problem that follows international sporting events worldwide. International sports federations, led by the International Olympic Committee, have for the past half century attempted to stop the spread of this problem, with little effect. It was expected that, with educational...

Author(s)
Miteva, I.; Valtchev, V.
Publisher
Medical University Sofia - Central Medical Library
Publication
Meditsinski Pregled / Medical Review, 2023, 59, 1, pp 24-30
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Purpose: The study aims to examine the impact of service quality dimensions (based on the EVENTQUAL scale) on the revisit intention of sporting event and contrast the perception between first-time and previous participants. Design: The survey was designed to measure EVENTQUAL dimensions as...

Author(s)
Đurađević, M.; Dimitrovski, D.; Senić, V.
Publisher
Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management, University of Rijeka
Publication
Tourism and Hospitality Management, 2022, 28, 3, pp 621-640
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Background: Athletes' use of androgenic-anabolic steroids (AASs) is a significant health problem. This study aimed to determine factors associated with AAS in male bodybuilders by applying the theory of planned behavior (TPB). Methods: Using a multistage random sampling procedure, this...

Author(s)
Rezapur-Shahkolai, F.; Moeini, B.; Faradmal, J.; Barati, M.; Vesali-Monfared, E.
Publisher
Afarand Scholarly Publishing Institute
Publication
Journal of Education and Community Health, 2022, 9, 4, pp 228-234

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