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    • Writing--Technique; Fiction--Technique
    • Writing the Great American Novel 54 restaurant and a bomb goes off. Suspense is when the audience sees the ticking bomb under the table and wonders when it will go off. Instant Suspense Microobstacles are a seemingly small incident that occurs in a...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 26 participation in the development of self-assessment criteria, question cards, rubrics, and checklists. Students should be responding to their writing in a global way and evaluating specific aspects of their writing in order to improve both the...
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    • Writing--Education; Composition (Language arts); College preparation programs; Education, Secondary
    • 15 knowledge to problem solving, and develop the readiness skills or “level of sophistication” that is required in post-secondary work (Donham, 2014). To be prepared for college and subsequently life in a 21st century technological society,...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 39 References Alcaraz, C., Broglio, S. P., Sosnoff, J. J., Sung Hoon, S., Xuming, H., & Zimmerman, J. (2009). Head Impacts During High School Football: A Biomechanical Assessment. Journal Of Athletic...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 41 Collins, M. W., Gaetz, M., Iverson, G. L., & Lovell, M. R. (2004). Cumulative Effects of Concussion in Amateur Athletes. Brain Injury, 18(5), 433-443. Collins, M. W., Iverson, G. L., Lovell, M. R.,...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Wann-up on Sprint Speed The Effects of a Heavy Resistance Wann-up on Sprint Speed: A Post Activation Potentiation Study A master's thesis submitted in patiial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree Of MASTER OF...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Warm-up on Sprint Speed Abstract The purpose of this study was to dete1mine the effects of a post activation potentiation (PAP) wann-up on sprint speed, with a special emphasis on the role of specificity regarding...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Wann-up on Sprint Speed Table of Contents Introduction .... ...................... . ................. ......................................................... 5 Proble1n Statement ............ ....
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Wa1m-up on Sprint Speed Appendix D ... ............................................................. .................................... 37 Appendix E .............. .. .... .. ...... ........... . .........
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Wann-up on Sprint Speed Chapter 1 Introduction The development of sp1int speed and acceleration are crucial components of many training regimens, as maximal speed and acceleration are c1itical aspects of many sports....
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Wann-up on Sp1int Speed Yetter et al. 2008). The majority of research regarding PAP wa1m-ups and sprint perfonnance has been conducted using a heavy back squat for the strength exercise, and some have shown an increase...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Watm-up on Sprint Speed performance and if either are superior to a traditional sprinting warm-up. The independent variables in this study are: a traditional sprint warm-up, a PAP wann-up with a heavy back squat, and a...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Warm-up on Sprint Speed binding sites. This change in position is believed to potentiate or enhance subsequent contractions (Tillin & Bishop, 2009). Regarding the second mechanism, recrniting larger motor units can in...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Warm-up on Sprint Speed with the trail leg becoming the lead leg for the next repetition (Baechle & Earle 2008 p.350 & 354). Ass u mpl ions/ Delim i ta I ions/ Lim i ta I ions The fi ve major assumptions for thi s study...
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    • Exercise; Sprinting; Exercise--Physiological aspects
    • Effects of Heavy Resistance Wann-up on Sprint Speed tests, as experience with strength training is a prerequisite for any complex training modalities (Robbins, 2005). The delimitations of the study are as fo llows: Participants were college age (...

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