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The Effects of Heat During Training
Ben J Lee, Emery-Sinclair. "The impact of submaximal exercise during heat and/or hypoxia on the cardiovascular and monocyte HSP72 responses to subsequent (post 24 h) exercise in hypoxia." Extrem Physiol Med (2014): 10-13. The goal of the research was to describe and analyse the cellular stress reaction to prolonged enduran...
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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Weight Training
Weight training is an extremely popular and beneficial hobby to partake in at any age. It helps individuals to strengthen many areas of their life including their body, their life, and their mental health. However, weight training has its pros and cons. Nevertheless, it is safe to assert that the benefits far outweigh and...
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The Factors Attributing to the Involvement and Deviance of People in Sports
Sporting activities have widespread involvement by different people, the young, elderly, and different sexes. Many factors attribute to involvement in sports like physical benefits and enjoyment. The involvement by different people leads to the necessity of having ethical guidelines that conform to sporting deviance. It i...
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A Discussion on the Growing Fitness Culture in AMerica in an Essay by Sheila McClain
In a recent essay I have read titled “Fitness Culture: A Growing Culture in America”, written by Sheila McClain she talks about the fitness culture and how it’s rapidly growing in America. Exercise is always growing In America because it’s many causes that could make a person want to workout. It can be an urge to look a cer...
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The Advantages of Natural Bodybuilding
Vanity and vice are at the core of bodybuilding. There is probably no profession more focused on the symmetry, conditioning, overall musculature, and sculpting of the human body. The promise of bodybuilding is that an athlete will build muscle, lose fat, increase energy and endurance, and improve the ability to excel at o...
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A Description of Stretching as a Form of Physical Exercise
Benefits of stretching, strength training and cardiovascular exercise According to Wikipedia, Stretching is a form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle or tendon (or muscle group) is deliberately flexed or stretched in order to improve the muscle's felt elasticity and achieve comfortable muscle tone. The result...
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