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  • Human Bodies Exhibition Essay

    I learn is muscular system, the muscular system showed the muscular body that connect to the skeletal system. Muscles produce heat to help maintain body temperature when temperature begin to drop we shiver to warm up. This section showed the muscle of the head. Orbicularilis oris is muscle the around the month, Orbicularis oris is the muscle around the eyes, Temporalis is fan-shaped muscle on each side of the head. Buccinator is the mandible at the side of the face. It forms the anterior part of…

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  • Essay On Axial Skeleton

    arm and allows the shoulder to move around with ease. Humerus: The humerus connects the shoulder with the elbow, it allows the lower part of the arm to move in a wide range of directions without any difficulty. Ulna: The ulna is attached to many muscles in the arm to perform movements of the arm, hand and wrist. The ulna is necessary to take part in every day functions like throwing items and moving the arm. Radius: The radius is one of the forearm bones in the arm, it rotates around the ulna…

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  • Nursing Case Study: Estelle's Plan Of Care

    Plan of Care When planning care for Estelle many aspects must be taken into consideration, such as the prevention of infection such as lung infections like pneumonia, the development of UTI due to having a Foley catheter in place, prevention of muscle wasting, and development of Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) (Arenella, 2014). The plan of care for Estelle would also include…

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  • Rhetorical Precis Analysis

    that did push ups on the regular and liked to flex their muscles in the mirror. Men and women back in time did not portray the same types of commitment and lifestyles that they do today. Both of these sports have evolved into their own little worlds over the last fifty years. These sports have drove many people to addiction. Addiction to the passion they have for training their bodies into any given way they…

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  • Process Essay On Working Out

    Sitting for long hours can be a cause of inactivity. Sitting for long hours is not good for activity of brain and body. You can solve that problem by having standing desks. Standing helps in keeping you active as it needs more muscle activity. You can work on the standing desk from time to time so that you can stretch your legs and your spine. It is an excellent way of staying healthy. Do not forget to stretch: Stretching is an excellent way of getting rid of tension in your…

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  • An Essay About Sports Nutrition

    like beans, soya, nuts as well as good variety of vegetables and grains, grains can be good for protein and carbohydrates, good examples are Quinoa, millet, barley, kamut, oatmeal and wheat. If eating a varied diet containing these foods then maximum muscle growth can be achieved. As we know plant based diet is very high in fibre, this could be a problem for say a long distance runner who may have a high fibre meal before a race may feel discomfort because of the added bulk. So it may be best to…

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  • Ten Day Exercise Program

    A health change behavior that I took part of in order to improve my health consisted of a ten day exercise program which I managed to complete in the time I was given. For the past two years in college, I had slowly developed into living a lifestyle that involved little to no exercise which I have been slowly trying to change for the better. The one major health change that I believed would positively affect me the greatest was implementing daily physical activity into my life. I structured a…

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  • Beep And Yoyo Test

    The yo-yo test according to (Top end sports, 2016), is similar to beep test, except in the yoyo intermittent test the subject have a short active rest for recovery, five (5) to six (10) seconds. There are two levels of yoyo test. Level 1 for untrained/ less trained individuals and level 2 for elite athletes. Level 1 yoyo test starts at 10 km/hr while the level 2 starts at 13 km/hr. The purpose of this test is to evaluate the athlete's or the individual's ability to endure interval runs over a…

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  • Brain Exercise Research Paper

    People often work out so that their bodies would stay healthy and fit, but then, they tend to forget that the brain needs to have some exercise as well. The body wouldn't function if it wasn't for the brain, it is indeed important for the body to be fit and healthy, but the brain needs to have more exercise and most people fail when it comes to doing some mind exercises even if it is really simple, because they often find it boring. So to help you guys out, here are some mental exercise that can…

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  • HSC Assessment Task I: Recovery Strategies

    It is utilized as a part of rehabilitation of injury and warm-up and cool-down types of training. It helps relax, lengthen and realign muscle fibres after training and performance, creating easier movement for later. Generally, a static stretch is held for about 30 seconds. For warmup and cooldown purposes, 10-15 seconds is still effective. Examples and types of static stretches: ·…

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