• AOSSM Early Sport Specialization Consensus Statement 

      LaPrade, Robert F.; Agel, Julie; Baker, Joseph; Brenner, Joel S.; Cordasco, Frank A.; Côté, Jean; Engebretsen, Lars; Feeley, Brian T.; Gould, Daniel; Hainline, Brian; Hewett, Timothy E.; Jayanthi, Neeru; Kocher, Mininder S.; Myer, Gregory D.; Nissen, Carl W.; Philippon, Marc J.; Provencher, Matthew T. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-04-28)
      Background: Early sport specialization is not a requirement for success at the highest levels of competition and is believed to be unhealthy physically and mentally for young athletes. It also discourages unstructured free ...
    • Attitudes toward and motivation for PE: who collects the benefits of the subject? 

      Säfvenbom, Reidar; Haugen, Tommy; Bulie, Marte (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-04-07)
      Background and purpose: Due to attitudinal and motivational aims in the national curriculum, and to lack of research on adolescents' experiences with physical education (PE) in Norway, the purposes of this study were to ...
    • Investigation of knee control as a lower extremity injury risk factor: A prospective study in youth football 

      Räisänen, Anu; Arkkila, Hillevi; Vasankari, Tommi; Steffen, Kathrin; Parkkari, Jari; Kannus, Pekka; Forsman, Hannele; Pasanen, Kati (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This prospective study in youth football examined the relationship between frontal plane knee projection angle (FPKPA) during the single‐leg squat and sustaining an acute lower extremity injury or acute non‐contact lower ...