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    The Morton Combs Athletic Complex is in dire need of improvements. The primary improvement that needs to be made, is the lack of air conditioning. The Knott Central Gym is an important place not only to the school, but to athletes, as well as the community. The students of Knott Central service this gym daily for physical education and weightlifting. Athletes, such as myself, use this gym almost every day for a game, practice, or conditioning. The community also uses this gym often, especially during basketball season. People from Knott County and the surrounding counties come to this gym for not only sporting events, but for yard sales, meetings, and community events. Considering this place is used by so many people, improvements to the athletic complex should be made. The first improvement that should be made is to install an air conditioning system. The Gym is used by athletes year-round; the lack of air conditioning really takes a toll on athletes during games and practices. I play volleyball and a few times this year we have had to cancel practices or games simply because the gym was too hot. There are many times when the gym has been almost at the max heat index for athletes to play in (104) and the athletes are still playing because it is not at the temperature required to quit. I know from experience how hot the gym can get. This past summer almost every day the temperature was in the high nineties. I spent a lot of days this summer in that gym and the heat I played…

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    Personal Fitness Essay

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    - On September 16 my brother and I attended the gym. For my warmup I ran a mile to get my blood flowing. I ran my mile in 8:45. Since my goal is to lose 10 pounds by the end of the semester I need to make sure I work on my cardiovascular health. After our warmup we hopped on the elliptical. We did the elliptical for 8 minutes. After we finished doing the elliptical we went in the sauna for 10 minutes. Starting weight is 245lbs. - On September 17, I decided to go to the gym before I had to work…

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    “Okay, I can do this. I can run this 26.2 mile long race.” This was what I had been telling myself since the start of the week in preparation for my marathon — which was happening today. The reason why I decided I wanted to run a marathon was because of the influence of my sister. It was up in Okanagan where my family and I cheered for my sister as she was participating in the Okanagan Marathon. As soon as she completed the race, and although exhausted, I saw how happy and relieved she was, and…

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    Brain Sweat Research Paper

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    A hot day, a workout, a nightmare, and the moments before a first date, all have something in common. The production of sweat. It is strange that sweat can be produced by these drastically different activities and moments, but, none the less, sweat is produced in each. Every action, situation, or time that a person sweats can be related to another time that a person sweats. Sweat is the single similarity between working out hard and laying in a bed all day eating cheetos. Furthermore, brain…

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    Even people living in not so hot places search for information on how to stop armpit sweating effectively. The reason for this information search is because of problem of excessive perspiration called Axillary Hyperhidrosis. When a person suffers from hyperhidrosis excessive sweating is seen in some or several parts of the body even under normal cool atmospheric conditions. This problem happens because of an overactive sympathetic nervous system in some parts of the body. The over activity…

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    Papers On Botox

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    considered to be one of the main signs of aging. At one point, it was even considered as the Holy Grail when it comes to preserving youthful appearance and hiding the numbers behind one’s real age. In Hollywood alone, many celebrities patronize this kind of beauty treatment to maintain the young-looking appearance they are mostly being coveted for. More than just a beautifying tool that heals droopy eyelids and crow feet, Botox has other uses that people from benefit from. Let’s go and uncover…

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    Hypoglycemia

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    You might • cry out or have nightmares • find that your pajamas or sheets are damp from perspiration • feel tired, irritable, or confused when you wake up Hypoglycemia: A Side Effect of Diabetes Medications Hypoglycemia can occur in people with diabetes who take certain medications to keep their blood glucose levels in control. Usually hypoglycemia is mild and can easily be treated by eating or drinking something with carbohydrate. But left untreated, hypoglycemia can lead to loss of…

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    is seen while perceiving data not generated from the brain. Examples of such witnessed throughout this experiment included swallowing, blinking, perspiration, gazing, and head movement to name a few. Yes, I would include these in my investigation because they occur in everyone and therefore should be factored into the evaluations. 2.Alpha waves are indicated by a person who is awake and very much at ease. Depending if the eyes were open or closed, and whether the subject was using a certain…

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    Prefrontal Influence

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    This area of the brain helps us learn as well. Comment: Indeed, the amygdala could possibly have potential relevance to synchrony since the amygdala can help us sense sudden joy in someone’s expression through the use of mirror neurons. In addition, I can see a connection with attunement as well since can in a sense, develop our own mental simulation of what someone is thinking through the amygdala. Definition: The brain stem is the portion of the brain that controls activity in the body…

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    Blepharospasm Essay

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    spasms. Discoveries are underway to boost the medication for healing of complications, migraines, asthma plus fatness. Upper Motor Neuron Syndrome Botox treatment Glasgow medical doctors further utilize Botox to remedy muscular situations caused by Upper Motor Neuron Symptom. People who are being struck by the syndrome would often experience muscular helplessness, reciprocal innervation loss, constrained joint movement, low muscular movement management and spasms. The treatment allows the…

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