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    High intensity interval training (HIIT) has become incredibly prevalent in the fitness industry over the past few years. There are many gyms around the country that only focus on high intensity interval training work outs, and many of the ones who don’t focus solely on high intensity interval training, offer classes. One of the major draws to high intensity interval training is that, it is said, there is fat burn from twenty-four to seventy-two hours after the shorter workout is completed. Which is appealing to anyone who has a busy life with work, children and social lives. Time is the number one reason that people do not work out, “I am too busy” or “I don’t have enough time”. So, getting a greater physical and physiological benefit from a shorter more intense workout is appealing to many people. There have been numerous studies and research done to investigate these claims.…

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    High-Intensity Interval Training High-Intensity Interval Training (also known as HIIT) is a specialized form of interval training that involves short intervals of maximum intensity exercise separated by longer intervals of low to moderate intensity exercise (High Intensity Interval Training). A recent study compared participants who did steady-state cardio for 30 minutes three times a week to those who did 20 minutes HIIT three times per week. The result is astonishing. The HIIT group showed a…

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    Nursing Trauma Case Study

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    client’s health history. Biographic Data-The client’s demographic data, should include the name, address, age, sex, marital status, occupation, religion, health care financing, and their primary care provider. Chief Complaint-The reason for the visit should be obtained and documented in the client’s own words. History of Present Illness-Find out when the symptoms started and how did they occur such as suddenly or gradually. Determine the intensity of the pain. Have the client to describe the…

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    Intensity In Tennis

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    As “The Lime-Green Ball” etched with white hurtled toward the opponents’ court, it was swiftly deflected off a racquet, back to the servers’ court. When the server attempts to deflect the ball though, a gust of wind catches the ball, redirects it, and leaves the server unable to return “The Lime-Green Ball.” Once the ball touches the green pavement, the server cries out “No” as the opponents take the victory. While watching the match, I realized that the intensity and mental strength that is…

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    High Intensity Exercise

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    Mills Kin 110 Discussion 10/21/15 Big Assignment High Intensity Interval Training (Crossfit) vs. Moderate Intensity Exercise Obesity is a hot topic in today’s American culture especially within the health and fitness world. Research suggests that obesity is linked to the resistance of insulin within the body. This increased insulin resistance seen among obese individuals is also connected to reduced lipid oxidation. It is a well known fact that exercise inherently increases the fitness…

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    Facebook Intensity Paper

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    However, the Facebook intensity was first used to study intensity of college student by Ellison, Steinfield and Lampe (2007), to examining the benefit of the college student to use Facebook. The study found that student uses Facebook to communicate with their friends and classmate online and offline by left offline message to their friend when they are not online. The results reveal that Facebook intensity has a positive influence on the college…

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    conflict. The two observation I used were a checklist data and a field note data. Both data contained useful information to finalize my research questions: 1) what is the gender difference in peer conflict 2) what is the cause of the conflict 3) reaction to conflict 4) peer exclusion. Checklist Data During my observation, I collected a total of 14 conflicts for the one hour period I was at the ASI Children Center. The percentage of each gender group were 0% girls group, boy groups 64%, and…

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    The Intensity Of His Eyes

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    The intensity in his eyes was heavy and when she mustered up the nerve to look at him in the light of his office Chloe thought she’d drown. He magically caressed her with his gazes and a few times Chloe heaved a sigh covering it up by clearing her throat. Once she was safely outside the building, the spell lifted and she was able to think clearly but Chloe was inclined to go back inside his office for another dose of whatever it was he did to her. She scolded her actions the full block it took…

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    High Intensity Exercises

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    is important for players to have the ability to perform repeated high-intensity exercise periods. A competitive match will last for 90 minutes, split into two 45 minute halves, with a half-interval that cannot exceed 15 minutes (The FA - 2015). Players will typically cover 10-13km during a match (Mascio & Bradley - 2013), however this is mostly completed by walking or low-intensity running. Therefore the high-intensity exercise periods that occur are considered important in football. Reilly and…

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    Moral Intensity Paper

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    Moral intensity will affect an individual ethical decision making process, so basically to what extent does the severity of the moral issue affect the individual making the decision (Stanwick, 2014). The five components that impacts moral intensity are: The magnitude of consequences is the harm or benefit done to the victim or beneficiaries due to the moral decision the manager made. And is viewed in utilitarian approach on weather the decision made will it benefits many or none in terms of the…

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