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March 2022 - Volume 21, Issue 1, Table of Contents
Perfectionism Moderates the Effects of Goal-Realization on Post-Competition Mood in Amateur Runners
Wojciech Waleriańczyk, Maciej Stolarski, Gerald Matthews
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An Intense Warm-Up Does Not Potentiate Performance Before or After a Single Bout of Foam Rolling
Andreas Konrad, Daniel Bernsteiner, Marina Maren Reiner, Masatoshi Nakamura, Markus Tilp
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