Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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Gene Expression: Analysis of Corresponding Polymorphisms of the Ace and Actn3 Genes in Adolescent Rugby Union and Association Football Players (Scientia Ricerca, 2017-05-25)Aim: The purpose of the present study was to analyse and quantify the magnitude of the corresponding polymorphisms of the ACE and ACTN3 genes in Rugby Union (RU) and Association Football (AF) players. Materials and Methods: ...
Implementing a theory of change approach to research sport participation programmes targeting ‘hard to reach’ groups (Taylor & Francis, 2018-06-04)A theory of change approach uses logic models to articulate how a programme is intended to operate and to test empirically whether and if so how it achieves its stated objectives. Theories of change have been used in ...
Changing forms of ethnography and shifting researcher positioning in the study of a Mexican martial art (Vernon Press, 2018-04-01)Xilam is a new Mexican martial art that continues to evolve in terms of its organisation and promotion. As part of the emerging interdisciplinary field of martial arts studies, my project began with full immersion within ...
Differences in step characteristics and linear kinematics between rugby players and sprinters during initial sprint acceleration (Taylor & Francis, 2018-07-11)The initial steps of a sprint are important in team sports, such as rugby, where there is an inherent requirement to maximally accelerate over short distances. Current understanding of sprint acceleration technique is ...
Two-dimensional frontal plane projection angle can identify subgroups of patellofemoral pain patients who demonstrate dynamic knee valgus (Elsevier, 2018-07-03)Background Identifying individuals with patellofemoral pain who demonstrate similar modifiable factors including dynamic knee valgus may be useful in establishing subgroups of patients that can undergo individualised ...
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