Quality and bias were assessed using the Rosendal scale [33]. This scale combines the PEDro scale [34], Jadad scoring system [35] and Delphi list [36]. This Rosendal scale was selected as the PEDro scale, Jadad scoring system and Delphi list have been extensively evaluated and validated. A Rosendal score of 60% is considered as excellent methodological quality [33]. Item 16 was excluded due to exercise performance outcomes not being measured in this review and item 15 was replaced with a checklist item that addresses a washout period in cross-over studies as conducted in Campagnolo et al.’s study [5]. No studies were excluded based on quality assessment results. Quality assessment was individually conducted by RM and CB.

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