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    • Relationship between core stability and agility

    • Exercise; Muscles; Muscle strength; Physical fitness; Motor ability; Stability; Athletes; Training
    • A thesis submitted to Southern Utah University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Masters of Science in Sprots Conditioning & Performance.
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    • program. The results of the study indicated that CT may provide equal if not greater improvements in performance than the other two programs. Each study on CT appears to raise more questions about how to organize a proper training regimen in order...
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    • TIMELINE PROJECT 10 UGT and the Modern Web A study looking at Twitter (Johnson & Yang, 2009) posits that social media allows users opportunities to fulfill motivations and gratifications never before possible. This new potential has seen Uses and...
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    • 5 Energizers: Quick, classroom based physical activities that integrate movement activity with academic concepts that teachers can do in the classroom to get students refocused. Physical activity: Any type of body movement that simulates muscle movem...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 82 organizations that appeared to have a vested interest in web-log narratives. Patients can exercise more responsibility by becoming more educated. When using the Internet/web-logs, patients can enter specific...
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    • on the acute effects of heavy-load squats on sprint performance. The participants in the study were timed in a 40 meter dash 4 minutes after performing three repetitions of 90% 1RM squats. These results were compared to two other tests. Both...
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    • 4 students should partake in physical activity breaks. This study has attempted to identify which type of physical activity is most beneficial for increasing attentiveness and engagement in learning for first-­‐graders. Additional questions that a...
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    • No pirates no princesses 69 References American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Public Education (2001). Children, adolescents, and television, Pediatrics, 107, 2-16. Anderson, C. D., Berkowitz, L., Donnersteirn, L., Huesmann, J., Johnson, D.,...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 75 As discussed earlier, the effectiveness of the Kudzu analogy received mixed reviews and wasn’t the strongest portion of the presentation. However, I believe the consistency of having the theme running through the presentation...
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 71 Appendix B Directions: Make sure you place an “X” by only one statement in each pair of questions. If you prefer both styles of leadership described in the pair, place an “X” by the statement that...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 6 2001; Soderman, Werner, Pietila, Engstrom & Alfredson, 2000; Tropp & Askling, 1988; Tropp, Ekstrand, & Gillquist, 1984; Wester, Jespersen, Nielsen, & Neumann, 1996). Others found...
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    • D N I N the war difficulties, but in its place a program on a smaller scale was held. Dancing is not only valuable for entertainment purposes, but is good physical exercise for the dancers, and is participated in by many of the B. A. C. girls. 67
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    • PREFERENCES FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP STYLE 67 Pavitt, C. (1999). Theorizing about the group communication-leadership relationship. In L.R. Frey, D.S. Gouran & M.S. Poole (Eds.), The handbook of group communication theory and research. Thousand Oaks CA:...
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    • PRACTICALLY EVERY GIRL PARTICIPATES Athletics are not only represented by the fellows of the B. A. C. but the fairer sex have also spent many hours of physical exertion in this line. The XVomen's Intramural program has been carried on largely...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 59 Wester, J. U., Jespersen, S., Nielsen, K. D., & Neumann, L. (1996). Wobble board training after partial sprains of the lateral ligaments of the ankle: A prospective randomized study. Journal of...
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    • and Split Jerk play a major role in enhancing lower body power (Comfort & Kasim, 2007; Takano, 1992). Plyometrics are a more modern technique of enhancing lower body power (Ronnestad, et.al 2008). They are quick, powerful movements involving the...

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