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Exploring the relationship between motivation and dog-walking behaviour: what motivates older adults to walk with their dogs?
Background/Objectives: Dog ownership in older adulthood has been connected with increased likelihood of meeting the physical activity guidelines. There are older dog owners, however, that do not walk their dogs. Investigation ...
Comparing vertical jump height measurement methods
Vertical jump height is a method of assessing muscle strength and power in the lower body, and is used to assess athletic ability. The gold standard in measuring vertical jump height is the measurement of the vertical ...
Influence of attention on static balance control and postural adaptations in typically developing children and children who met the criteria for DCD
Attentional issues may be a contributing factor to poor static and dynamic postural control for many children with DCD, particularly since many of them may have a dual diagnosis with ADHD. To date, only a few investigations ...
Effects of kettlebell mass & swing cadence on heart rate, blood lactate and ratings of perceived exertion during an interval kettlebell swing protocol / by Corey Wesley.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of kettlebell mass and swing cadence on heart rate, blood lactate and RPE during an interval kettlebell swing protocol in experienced female kettlebell users. Eighteen ...