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How to Stay Strong in Outer Space

How to Stay Strong in Outer Space

  • 4/30/2018 5:30:00 AM
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Dylan Holly, M.Ed.Skeletal muscle is a complex and dynamic tissue that can adapt to mechanical stress or lack thereof. Muscle is not only responsible for human movement in a three dimensional world but is also a major storehouse for amino acids and metabolic machinery. When subjected to an unloaded state typically seen in a bedrest, casted, or microgravity situation the muscle atrophies, or in other words wastes away. Along with this wasting comes a decrease in muscular strength and enduran...
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ROLLING TOWARD RECOVERY: Theory of Self-Myofascial Release and Foam Rolling

ROLLING TOWARD RECOVERY: Theory of Self-Myofascial Release and Foam Rolling

  • 8/13/2012 11:26:00 AM
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Kyle Levers, M.S., CSCSThe repetitive and high performance demands surrounding athletes of all levels forces many to find the most effective, yet practical recovery methods.  Various types of massage therapies have been investigated and employed by many athletes due to the historical background in rehabilitation and relaxation.             A specialized type of massage used during post-exercise recovery is myofascial release. ...
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Aquatic Treadmill Running

Aquatic Treadmill Running

  • 11/15/2011 8:04:00 AM
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Brad S. Lambert, Ph.D, CSCCA-SCCCHas there ever been a time when you decided to begin an exercise program or turn your current exercise program up a notch with an increase in workout time or intensity? Also, have you ever experienced prolonged muscle soreness days after doing so? If so, you have probably experienced delayed onset muscle soreness. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a phenomenon that often arises at the beginning of a new exercise training regimen or if the int...
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