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Should I be concerned about sugar intake during contest prep?

Should I be concerned about sugar intake during contest prep?

There is no evidence that sugar consumption affects fat loss if macronutrient requirements are met each day. read more
Preparing for the women’s physique division

Preparing for the women’s physique division

Ideal muscularity for the women’s divisions can be hard to determine. If women’s bodybuilding aims for maximum muscularity, then women’s physique would best be described as slightly less than that maximum. read more
Field (walking) tests for measurement of functional capacity

Field (walking) tests for measurement of functional capacity

Field (walking) tests are commonly used for measurement of functional capacity in the pulmonary rehabilitation setting. read more
Strategies to improve success in a pulmonary program

Strategies to improve success in a pulmonary program

Identify the need for services in the area (competition in the community) read more
Assessment of nutritional status in clients with COPD

Assessment of nutritional status in clients with COPD

Nutritional status is an impor­tant determinant of COPD outcome. Evaluation of nutritional status includes analy­sis of body composition and diet intake. read more
Types of measurement errors

Types of measurement errors

Systematic errors are measurement biases in one direction, which lead to measured values that are consistently higher or lower from the actual value. read more
Specific skinfold techniques for the triceps

Specific skinfold techniques for the triceps

For the triceps, the subject is measured standing, with the arm hanging freely at her side. The measurer stands behind the subject and places the palm of his left hand on the subject’s arm above the mark, with the thumb and fingers directed inferiorly. read more
Using the dilution principle for total body water (TBW)

Using the dilution principle for total body water (TBW)

Water is the most abundant component in the human body comprising about 60% of body mass in the reference man. read more
How do you budget for your organization?

How do you budget for your organization?

Developing a bud­get is a long pro­cess with several steps. ­These steps are called the bud­get cycle and are prevalent within all sectors of leisure ser­vices. read more
Reach new audiences with social media

Reach new audiences with social media

Social media offers ways of communicating electronically to share information, ideas, beliefs, and created content. read more
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