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Nutritionmma-2.Pdf, Drew Griffiths 2016 Macro Business

Nutritionmma-2.Pdf, Drew Griffiths

Drew Griffiths

Draft of a Sports Nutrition book, written specifically for combat sports but applicable to all.


The Effects Of Contextual Interference And Variability Of Practice On The Acquisition Of A Motor Task And Transfer To A Novel Task, Stephen Wrathall 2016 Australian Catholic University

The Effects Of Contextual Interference And Variability Of Practice On The Acquisition Of A Motor Task And Transfer To A Novel Task, Stephen Wrathall

Theses

AIM The purpose of this experiment is to assess whether the advantages of variable practice are due to schema formation or to enhanced information processing (contextual interference) alone. DESIGN The design involved a 2 (mode; cognitive and motor) x 5 (practice schedule; blocked, random, constant distance one, constant distance two, and constant distance three) between subjects design resulting in ten groups. One hundred participants were randomly chosen from Human Movement students at Australian Catholic University and assigned to each of the ten groups (n=10). The cognitive mode involved the participants having to recognise the appropriate target from three geometrical ...


Hydostatic And Thermal Influences On Intravascular Volume Determination During Immersion: Quantification Of The F-Cell Ratio, Christopher James Gordon 2016 Australian Catholic University

Hydostatic And Thermal Influences On Intravascular Volume Determination During Immersion: Quantification Of The F-Cell Ratio, Christopher James Gordon

Theses

Previous data have shown that the most prevalent, indirect plasma volume (PV) measurement technique, which utilises changes in haematocrit (Hct) and haemoglobin concentration ([Hb]), underestimates actual PV changes during immersion, when compared to a direct tracer-dilution method. An increase in the F-cell ratio (whole-body haematocrit (Hctw) to large-vessel haematocrit (Hctv) ratio) has been purported as a possible explanation, probably due to hydrostatic and thermally-mediated changes during water immersion. Previous investigators have not quantified the F-cell ratio during immersion. Therefore, this study sought to determine the effect of the F-cell ratio on the indirect method during both, thermoneutral and cold-water immersions ...


Preventing And Treating Type 2 Diabetes Through A Physically Active Lifestyle, Raymond W. Leung, Jim Kamla, Man-Cheong Lee, Jennifer Y. Mak 2016 Marshall University

Preventing And Treating Type 2 Diabetes Through A Physically Active Lifestyle, Raymond W. Leung, Jim Kamla, Man-Cheong Lee, Jennifer Y. Mak

Jennifer Y Mak

By the late 1960s, the increasing number of type 2 diabetic cases in children and adolescents rapidly presented a signifi cant public health issue recognized by the American Diabetes Association (2000). Since then, the prevalence of pediatric type 2 diabetes appears to be on the rise not only in the United States but all around the world (Gungor et al., 2005). In the United States, an increase from fewer than four percent to more than 50 percent of new cases of type 2 diabetes in the pediatric population was reported between the years of 1982 and 1998 (American Diabetes Association ...


Lumbar Transverse Process Fractures In Collegiate Male Football Player, Trevor Pfister, Samantha Phillips, Trent Stratton 2016 Kent State University, College of Education, Human and Health Sciences

Lumbar Transverse Process Fractures In Collegiate Male Football Player, Trevor Pfister, Samantha Phillips, Trent Stratton

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Knock-Off Fracture In Track & Field Athlete, Justin Isinghood 2016 Kent State University, School of School of Education, Health and Human Health Services

Knock-Off Fracture In Track & Field Athlete, Justin Isinghood

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Early Onset-Scoliosis Leads To Spinal Fusion In Young Female Athlete, Stephanie Golec, Jeffery Huston 2016 Kent State University, College of Education, Health and Human Services

Early Onset-Scoliosis Leads To Spinal Fusion In Young Female Athlete, Stephanie Golec, Jeffery Huston

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Acl Rupture In Collegiate Wrestler, Lindsay A. Palmer, Nicholas Perez 2016 Kent State University - Kent Campus

Acl Rupture In Collegiate Wrestler, Lindsay A. Palmer, Nicholas Perez

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

Objective: To educate others on unique Anterior Cruciate Ligament tears and percentage of usage of the ACL in normal daily function. Background: Patient is an eighteen year old male participating in wrestling and football at the time of the injury. Patient now only participates in wrestling. No previous knee or chronic injuries were reported prior to this injury. Patient was playing football during the time of injury. The patient stated that he planted his foot down and was tackled at the same time when the injury occurred. The patient felt his knee twist and buckle. Patient complained of clicking inside ...


Using Augmented Feedback To Decrease Patellofemoral Pain In Runners: A Pilot Study, Lauren M. Cornwell, Christen C. Kelly 2016 Otterbein University

Using Augmented Feedback To Decrease Patellofemoral Pain In Runners: A Pilot Study, Lauren M. Cornwell, Christen C. Kelly

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

Objective: Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common injury in running. The cause of patellofemoral pain is multifactorial in nature, which results varied treatment approaches for this disorder. Many studies have examined the effect of using strengthening protocols targeted at subjects’ hip and quadriceps strength. Although these studies have resulted in a reduction in short-term PFP for runners, many continue to experience PFP after undergoing these treatment strategies. A more recent theory regarding the treatment of PFP in runners involves the use of augmented verbal and visual feedback. This treatment strategy involves giving the runner scheduled visual feedback to adapt their ...


Inter-Rater Agreement Of The Visually Rated Single-Leg Squat Assessment, Christopher Ballance, Daniel Clifton, Eric Schussler, Angie Beisner, Jimmy Onate 2016 The Ohio State University

Inter-Rater Agreement Of The Visually Rated Single-Leg Squat Assessment, Christopher Ballance, Daniel Clifton, Eric Schussler, Angie Beisner, Jimmy Onate

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Neuroscience Knowledge Among Athletic Training Professional Programs, Douglas M. Seavey, Chris Beatty, Tyler Lenhoff, Andrew Krause 2016 Ohio University - Main Campus

Neuroscience Knowledge Among Athletic Training Professional Programs, Douglas M. Seavey, Chris Beatty, Tyler Lenhoff, Andrew Krause

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

The Journal of Sports Medicine & Allied Health Sciences, 2016;2(1) ISSN: 2376-9289 Seavey, Beatty, Lenhoff, & Krause. Neuroscience Knowledge Among Athletic Training Professional Programs

Neuroscience Knowledge Among Athletic Training Professional Programs

Douglas M. Seavey, AT, Christopher T. Beatty, Tyler L. Lenhoff, & Bentley A. Krause, PhD, AT

Ohio University, College of Health Sciences & Professions, Division of Athletic Training. ____________________________________________________________________

Context: Athletic trainers (ATs), more than any other healthcare professional, has expertise in areas of on-field assessment and management of sport related concussion and spinal cord injury. A search of the key words “brain” (n=>100) or “spinal cord/spine” (n=~50) were identified in National ...


Right Ankle Impingement: A Clinical Case Report, Khaliah Y. Elliston Ms. 2016 Kent State University - Kent Campus

Right Ankle Impingement: A Clinical Case Report, Khaliah Y. Elliston Ms.

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Can Total Motion Release Increase Shoulder Range Of Motion In Collegiate Swimmers?, Rachel Drake, Alex J. Rhinehart, Erika Smith-Goodwin, Linda Tecklenburg 2016 Wilmington College, Wilmington Ohio

Can Total Motion Release Increase Shoulder Range Of Motion In Collegiate Swimmers?, Rachel Drake, Alex J. Rhinehart, Erika Smith-Goodwin, Linda Tecklenburg

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Thoracic Outlet Syndrome And Volkmann's Contracture In A Field Hockey Player, Morgan L. Sawyer 2016 Kent State University - Kent Campus

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome And Volkmann's Contracture In A Field Hockey Player, Morgan L. Sawyer

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

Background: A 19-year-old female field hockey player presents with bilateral upper trapezius and rhomboid tightness and spasm beginning in January of 2016. She has no previous history of upper back pain or injury. The student first reported the injury immediately after running sprints. She stated that she could not move or feel her fingers or hands. She presents with a visible hump on her left upper trapezius. She also has forward-rounded shoulders. She has regular and equal radial pulses. She has decreased sensation upon palpation of her fingers, hands and forearms. After extraneous exercise, the athlete’s hands, wrists and ...


Risk Factors For Concussion In Collegiate Ncaa Division Ii Men's And Women's Soccer Athletes, Isaac S. Beckler, Michael S. Weller 2016 Cedarville University

Risk Factors For Concussion In Collegiate Ncaa Division Ii Men's And Women's Soccer Athletes, Isaac S. Beckler, Michael S. Weller

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Necrotizing Fasciitis Post-Carpal Tunnel Surgery, Kacie K. Donahue, M. Johnson, Jeffery Huston 2016 Kent State University, School of Education, Health and Human Services

Necrotizing Fasciitis Post-Carpal Tunnel Surgery, Kacie K. Donahue, M. Johnson, Jeffery Huston

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Acute Rupture To The Olecranon Bursa In A Collegiate Football Player, Lindsay Davis, Ashley King 2016 Walsh University Sports Medicine

Acute Rupture To The Olecranon Bursa In A Collegiate Football Player, Lindsay Davis, Ashley King

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Fibular Fracture In Mid-Aged Male, Alexis Chambers, Andrew Robinson 2016 Kent State University, School of Education of Human, Health, and Services

Fibular Fracture In Mid-Aged Male, Alexis Chambers, Andrew Robinson

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Lisfranc Injury In Collegiate Football Player, Sarah Borthwick, Jordan Kocher 2016 Kent State University, School of Education, Health and Human Health Services

Lisfranc Injury In Collegiate Football Player, Sarah Borthwick, Jordan Kocher

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


Validation Of A Smartphone Application For Measuring Shoulder Internal Rotation And External Rotation Range Of Motion With Intra-Rater Reliability, Ally Smith, Joe Wilkins 2016 Otterbein University, Department of Health and Sport Science

Validation Of A Smartphone Application For Measuring Shoulder Internal Rotation And External Rotation Range Of Motion With Intra-Rater Reliability, Ally Smith, Joe Wilkins

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

No abstract provided.


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