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  • What Is My Strength Essay

    Before taking the StrengthsFinder test, I knew I had strengths and I knew I had weaknesses, yet I never could pin point exactly what they were. After completing this test, I now have a better understanding of what my current strengths are. Now being in a college setting, I think there are a plethora of opportunities for me to use my strengths to help others grow in their personal life and their relationship with Christ. From this test, I learned my strengths consist of harmony, responsibility, maximizer, consistency, and discipline. These five strengths are not the only strengths that show up throughout my life however, they are the most distinct. When my first strength was called harmony, I did not have any idea to what this was referring…

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  • The Importance Of Resistance Training

    INTRODUCTION It has been widely accepted that resistance training can be of great value for optimizing health and longevity. Resistance training is designed to improve muscular fitness by exercising a muscle group against an external resistance. Although resistance training is often associated with strength and power sports, this type of training is important in building up specific strengths in all sport categories. With the appropriate training methods, resistance training can enhance an…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Phobias

    anxiety and panic from thinking about or being exposed to the object or situation feared. Some, but not all, medications include beta blockers, antidepressants, and sedatives are used to subside or block the fear all together. Beta blockers work by blocking the adrenaline from the body, such as increased heart rate, shaking voice and/or limbs, and elevated blood pressure. Antidepressants are used to affect a neurotransmitter in your brain that is thought to influence mood, helping control the…

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  • Informative Essay On Phobias

    writings of Plutarch that included a specific example of a Roman hero named Germanicus that “exhibited phobic reactions in the presence of a cock.” Also, the site described that Pythagoreans related phobias to anecdotes of past lives. As claimed by the reportings of R. Reid Wilson, PhD and Spokesman for the American Psychological Association, quoted by Heather Hatfield on webMD, “Phobias are the most common mental disorder.” The doctor concludes by stating that “over their lifetimes, 11% of…

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  • Animal Phobia Essay

    Western Society to create these avoidance behaviors. Anxiety, fear, and heart rate all increased significantly in the presence of the threatening stimuli. Specific phobias (SP) are the first characteristic of an anxiety disorder to be present (Burstein et al 2012). Phobias are a fear of a particular object or situation that leads to avoidance of that object or situation. Overgeneralization effecting other similar situations can be a result of these avoidance behaviors. SPs have a lifetime…

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  • Social Phobias: A Case Study

    Foremost, phobias are an anxiety disorder that creates a perpetual, irrational fear and avoidance of a specific object or environment (Myers, 2012). When broken down, there are three distinct type of phobias that an individual can be diagnosed with. The first is specific phobia, which deals with an individual having a fear of a specific object or environment (Preda, 1994-2014). Hence, that said individual might display the symptoms of having a specific phobia towards a certain stimuli that…

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  • Fitness And Body Performance Analysis

    I was inspired to research getting fit and working out for physical strength, because since I was a little girl, I would always see on TV athletic women with toned bodies, especially on the Olympics. As a young woman, I always thought that people discriminate women because they thought of as weak. The ladies on TV were strong and that inspired me. I would dream always about being one day in that position, but I never have the chance to maintain that dream so the years went by so basically my…

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  • Magnesium Research Paper

    for the construction of light weight structural components having diverse applications due to their low density, and high specific strength and stiffness but hinder its applications due to high cost, limited formability at room temperature and difficulty in joining with other materials. The lower density of magnesium alloys compared to steels can lead to potential weight savings of 61\% when compared to conventional steel even after accounting for any increase in thickness to meet other…

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  • Fitness Components And Functions Of Touch Football

    Touch Football is a high intensity sport that requires specific energy system and muscular group training. It uses several energy systems that require targeted training. In order to train specific fitness components a training program needs to be developed by increasing intensity, frequency, varying type and time of training. To achieve results, the training program needs to focus on the fitness components you are aiming to train. The components that will be trained and tested throughout this…

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  • Sports Specific Training Essay

    Sports specific training focuses on movements that are specific to a sport and that must be developed through repetition of movement. Some examples of repetitious movement would be: free throwing, marathon running, and sprinting. A strong athletic base must be built in order to achieve any level of excellence in sports. No matter what the sport is you must have sport specific training in order to achieve speed and endurance. Core training is an essential part of sports training and will…

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