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Sports

In the article “Motor coordination difficulties and physical fitness of extremely-low-birthweight children,” written by Yvonne Burns, Marcella Danks, Michael O'Callaghan, and Peter Gray (2009), the topic of how children are affected by extremely low birth weight (ELBW) as adolescence. The study they conducted looked specifically at the motor coordination and...

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Boise State Shotokan Karate Club teaches traditional karate methods. Its mission consists in preserving, perpetuating, and advancing the legacy of Shotokan karate for the advancement of all the trainees. The Club members practice a traditional style of Japanese karate (Shotokan), including block and kick forms and basic punches necessary for...

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The construct of mental imagery has drawn different conceptual distinctions in its description. Scientists have described it as an experience that mimics real experience (Link, 2009). Using the technique allows one to experience smell, taste, or sounds without experiencing the real thing. From the definition, mental imagery function, the use...

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Bushido is a concept that this course has taught me to appreciate, and the value of the honor code that it instills. Bushido is a traditional Japanese code of conduct that Samurai are expected to follow. In doing so, they must adhere to a set of virtues in their everyday...

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The purpose of this paper is to take an in depth look at three famous sports people who attended Auburn University. These are: Charles Barkley, Bo Jackson, and Chuck Person. Auburn was founded in 1856, and is one of the few remaining American universities to still act as grant university...

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Introduction In all sports, injury is common. As such, scientists and medical health professionals have taken painstaking measures to research how injuries might be prevented—or at least how the risk of injury might be reduced therein. Female athletes, in particular, are considered to be more prone to lower limb injuries...

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Report There has been a rise in the interest of athletic weightlifting as a participatory sport and a way to improve sport performance and recreational body building. Weightlifting as a sport is defined by competitor placings, which as scored based on the best of three snatch, clean and jerk attempts....

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The commercial in consideration is called “Gold in US.” It is from Dick’s Sporting Goods and features athletes from the United States preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games. It features various athletes in training to elicit an element of determination and sacrifice that is necessary for an athlete to earn...

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Abstract The focus of this laboratory experiment was to determine whether or not sports ability was decreased for those born in summer months. The participants were provided with a questionnaire and the data was analyzed through Excel using a Chi Square test of association. It was found that the null...

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