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“…Previous studies usually reported health as an important factor associated with involvement in running, in a non-professional context [28,29]. Among Brazilian runners, similar results have been observed, with runners pointing to "health" and proxy factors as driving their motivation to begin running [28,30,31]. Regarding the socioeconomic status, we found that high income was inversely related to performance in non-professional runners [32].…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 84%
“…Previous studies usually reported health as an important factor associated with involvement in running, in a non-professional context [28,29]. Among Brazilian runners, similar results have been observed, with runners pointing to "health" and proxy factors as driving their motivation to begin running [28,30,31]. Regarding the socioeconomic status, we found that high income was inversely related to performance in non-professional runners [32].…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 84%
“…Furthermore, variables derived from the environments where athletes originate [8,9], namely aspects such as training structure [10], birthplace [11], family and coach support [12], and country economic indicators [13,14], have emerged as relevant predictors of athletic performance. Despite the relevance of subject-centred approaches [15,16], previous research has focused largely on aiming to understand the role of contextual variables in sports success [17,18], and results revealed that socioeconomic factors such as population size, Human Development Index, and gross domestic product seemed to be significantly associated with performance [19,20].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the other hand, for "adults" group, it was observed a significant predictor role of anthropometric and training characteristics in the performance. Regarding the BMI, previous studies indicated an inverse relationship between this health indicator and running performance (Sedeaud et al, 2014;Mooses and Hackney, 2017;Thuany et al, 2020a). Given running is a "sensitive weight sport" (Silva, 2019), body mass is a key component of energy expenditure in running, making heavier subjects spend more energy to run (Sedeaud et al, 2014).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was reported in counts (1-7 train/week). Based in previous studies that showed most of the recreational runners train at least three times/week (Fonseca et al, 2019;Thuany et al, 2020a), runners were split in the following groups: "at last 3 sessions/week" or "more than 3 sessions/week. "…”
Section: Training Frequency/weekmentioning
confidence: 99%
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