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نتایج جستجو برای Athletes

تعداد نتایج: 12468  
2008
Stuart J. McKelvie, Patrice Lemieux, Dale Stout,

Two groups (n = 86) of university athletes (contact, no contact) and two matched groups (n = 86) of non-athletes completed the Eysenck Personality Inventory (Eysenck & Eysenck, 1968). Extraversion did not vary significantly between athletes and non-athletes or between contact and no contact athletes, but it was higher for athletes compared to American college norms. For neuroticism, athletes sc...

2015
Edward M. Wojtys,

T he relationship between children and athletic activities is a critical factor in psychological, physical, and emotional growth. Tremendous benefits can evolve from youth sports participation, during which socialization patterns are being established and musculoskeletal growth and development are occurring. Likewise, bad experiences at these stages can be devastating to vulnerable personalitie...

2001
A. E. Aubert, F. Beckers, D. Ramaekers,

The effect of different types of physical training on heart rate variability was evaluated in 10 aerobic trained athletes, in 7 anaerobic trained athletes, in 7 rugby players (mixed type training) and in 10 sedentary control subjects. All groups were age matched (18-26 y). Measures of heart rate variability were obtained, from both timeand frequency analysis of 10 minutes resting heart rate, EC...

Journal: :Global journal of health science 2016
Hajar Moravveji, Ali Ghanbari, Fahimeh Kamali,

BACKGROUND Proprioception plays an integral role in the neuromotor control of the knee joint. The objective of this study was to evaluate the relationship of knee joint proprioception deficit and regular exercise activities with obesity. MATERIALS & METHODS In this case control study, we had 60 participants, aged 18 to 35 in four groups (15 athletes obese; 15 athletes with normal weight; 15 n...

ژورنال: رویش روانشناسی 2019
Dadres, Atefeh, Ekhtiari, Aref hosein, Hojjati, Sedigheh sadat, Siavoshy, Hojjatollah,

This research aimed to investigate the relationship between empowerment and Job motivation of athletes and non-athletes employees in Ferdows City. For this purpose in this casual-comparative study, 120 athlete and non-athlete employees of Ferdows City were randomly selected. Means of gathering data were the standard questionnaire, Spreitzer workplace empowerment questionnaire, and Robinson job ...

2016
P. M. Graham,

Cardiac adaptation to high-intensity exercise is well recognized and often termed the athlete’s heart. The characteristic features of athlete’s heart are increased left ventricular (LV) volume, increased LV wall thickness and mass, resting bradycardia, and ECG repolarization abnormalities. These changes are particularly associated with endurance training causing eccentric LV hypertrophy, wherea...

Journal: :BMJ 2014
Rebecca M Jordan-Young, Peter H Sönksen, Katrina Karkazis,

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and international sports federations have recently introduced policies requiring medical investigation of women athletes known or suspected to have hyperandrogenism. Women who are found to have naturally high testosterone levels and tissue sensitivity are banned from competition unless they have surgical or pharmaceutical interventions to lower their te...

2009
Bruce Steinberg,

Elbow injuries are a very common part of athletic injuries. In fact, there are many sports that have colloquial names for the commonly associated injuries that happened in those particular sports. Most people have heard of tennis elbow which refers to pain along the lateral aspect of the elbow with a backhand maneuver. The lateral side of the elbow is the point farthest away from the body with ...

1998
J. K. Hodgins, W. L. Wooten,

This paper describes algorithms for the animation of male and female models performing three dynamic athletic behaviors: running, bicycling, and vaulting. We animate these behaviors using control algorithms that cause a physically realistic model to perform the desired maneuver. For example, control algorithms allow the simulated humans to maintain balance while moving their arms, to run or bic...

Journal: :BMJ case reports 2014
Cheng-Wen Cheng, Andy Li-Jen Liu,

To cite: Cheng C-W, Liu AL-J. BMJ Case Rep Published online: [please include Day Month Year] doi:10.1136/bcr-2014204738 DESCRIPTION We present a case of a 15 year-old boy who experienced sudden left hip pain while sprinting. He had been training for the past 1 month and felt similar pain in his right hip 3 weeks earlier. Physical examination revealed severe tenderness near the left groin with l...