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    I was just looking at the blood red seals on my arms. Three in total one on each bicep and another one on my shoulder. Father explained that the one on my left bicep was magic that would collect and reflect the enemy magic that others used to attack me. The one on the right bicep would essentially allow me to copy others magic and make a seal on it for me to use any other time. The third seal, had five layers that would come off each time I used it. Causing harm to me, but also granting me greater power than normal. I jumped up and down with joy at my new magic curious about when I would be able to use it. I heard the alarm bells ringing first which had direct contact with the royal army to come and aid us. Yet, that help I felt would never come in time. Father yelled for me to run upstairs and hide in the attic till this blew over. However, I stayed at the stairway peeking out from the wall. People in strange masks barged into the house holding swords and spears. Father shouted at them to leave the house, but they simply threw a spear at him. Father threw his hand out and a circle of red appeared and the shield…

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    adolescents and children. The world is a competitive place these days, which means there are high academic standards for children every single year. The previous article talks about the declining percent of play and the increasing amount of time spent on schoolwork. (Gray, 2011) Having children spend more time in school and doing homework, may actually be more counterproductive to the academic growth of the child according to a study by Sattlemair and Ratey. (2009) The way that Sattlemair and…

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    have been pulled to closely together. When the rotator cuff muscles become chronically tight the head of the humerus will be pulled up into the shoulder socket compressing the bursa and supra spinatus tendon. As a result of the narrowing of the space between the acromion and the head of the humerus the tendons…

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    Fitness Test Essay

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    encouragement. 12 WEEK FITNESS PLAN MONTH 1 - Hypertrophy/Endurance MONDAY - ARMS/CHEST Push-Ups (15 x 3) Dips (15 x 3) Bicep Curls (15 x 3) Chin-Ups (10 x 3) Pec Deck (15 x 3) Bench Press (15 x 3) TUESDAY WEDNESDAY - CORE/LOWER BODY Crunches (15 x 3) Hip Raises (15 x…

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    Skipping Research Paper

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    is called skipping. The skill I have chosen is one of the many skills I have learnt from participating and competing in this sport. This skill requires many different muscles, bones, joints and their actions. Before I perform my skill I jump over the rope twice quickly and then slowly once. To jump over the rope, I use flexion to bend my elbow joint, moving my radius and ulna in a circular motion from my elbow joint and my shoulder joint uses circumduction to bring the rope over my head. My…

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    Elbow Joint Research Paper

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    Movement: -The positioning of the bones forming the elbow joint produce the hinge synovial joint. This allows the elbow to make extensions and flexion. The extension involves the Triceps brachii and anconeus (the continuation of the tricep brachii). Flexion is involving the; Brachialis, biceps brachii, and brachioradialis. - The bending of a joint part so that the angle decreases and the two parts come closer together, it called Flexion. The straitening of a joint increasing the two parts to…

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    couldn’t even do one. I went home and looked at what the average push-ups a 13 year old boy should be able to do, it was 13, a lot more than I could do obviously. Now I can do 13 without collapsing. That is why I feel I grew in upper body muscular endurance this year in Wellness & Fitness. Something that showed my growth was the 30 Day Challenge. We did the 30 Day Challenge in first quarter. The 30 Day Challenge took place in September and October. The 30 Day Challenge was created so we could…

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    Personal Fitness Program

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    My main goal is simply to gain strength. Muscle mass and strength is very important for everyday life. I would also like to improve my body mass index (BMI) through gaining muscle mass which will in turn. I want to focus on both my upper body and lower body. Not only will this improve my health and wellness but it would also improve my appearance. I feel that a strength training program is a bigger necessity to me than a cardiorespiratory endurance program. The ACSM recommends at least two…

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    Fitness Testing Case Study

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    Fitness / Strength Testing Fitness tests permit mentors to recognize the physical qualities and weaknesses in their client, where a reasonable training system can be created. While ability assessment goes well past fitness, results of testing can likewise be a helpful instrument while determining the athletic capacity of a player and his dedication to training (The Progress, 2012). Different tests can be performed when measuring fitness, such as: • Handgrip Strength test o This test is usually…

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    Biceps Muscles Lab Report

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    Triceps and Biceps Muscles Co-activation. EMG signal produces an electrical activity of the muscle fibers active at a moment time. The electrical activity is measured in millivolts per milliseconds. The top channel shows the bicep EMG, while the bottom EMG correlates to the triceps contraction traces. Shown on the top graph, there are two periods of bicep activation, each last approximately 1.5ms. When the biceps are activated, it produces increasing amplitude peaks, and when the biceps are…

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