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    When thinking of globalization in reference to traditional Japanese sumo wrestling, this concept is not one that is very forthright. First, globalization must be defined. Globalization is the compression of the world and the intensification of the consciousness of the world. Consequently, this means that the knowledge and awareness of worldviews, culture, and products are increased. As previously stated the connection between globalization and sumo wrestling in Japan is not one that is simple. The sport includes aspects that can cause itself to be classified as a globalized sport while it also includes contradictory aspects that do not meet the criteria of a globalized sport. Looking at sumo wrestling at the globalized platform, it includes…

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    livable to rich. With the biggest risks taken by the grunt workers just as in a factory, or corporation in the sense of getting hurt on the job. Economic incentives can have either good or bad effects, depending on the reason for the incentive. Cheating is a wrongful act, generally, thought to be done by dishonest people. Although, anyone will cheat for the right price. People often cheat when there are economic incentives involved, and they have a chance at getting more of one thing for less…

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    In chapter 1, “What Do Schoolteachers and Sumo Wrestlers Have In Common”, Levitt commences by making the reader imagine that they are the manager of a day-care center. He continues by claiming that there are an unreasonable amount of parents that arrive late to pick up their children, so the workers are forced to stay overtime without extra pay. Because this was a major concern, economists decided on conducting an experiment to see if an “incentive” would make the parents consider arriving on…

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    unique, the watches at TheGarwood.com site are timepiece masterpieces crafted by skilled artisans. Like a snowflake, each watch is as uncommon as the gentleman who wears it. Based in Los Angeles, California, The Garwood creates their watches using 100% natural wood material. In addition, each watch features a copper face plate as a canvas for the intricately bold colors and designs featured on every piece. Signature pieces at TheGarwood.com, such as The Garwood 360 feature a circular case…

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    breathing techniques. With this, it would also help with their flow of ki, and because of this, this would help with their spiritual mind set. On the other hand, Shintoism influenced the code of Bushido for samurai. It brought a sense of respect for parents, ancestors and loyalty to family and their homeland. Lastly, Confucianism bonded community and family relationships. Samurai used religion to shape the perfect warrior. Just like most samurai had all the fame and glory, sumos also had the…

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    In the book Freakonomics, by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, Steven Levitt compares two subjects by juxtaposition analysis. Juxtaposition analysis is the comparison of two seemingly unrelated subjects and shows how they are similar, like comparing apples and oranges. They are two very different fruits with different tastes and uses; however they both are considered fruit, and have seeds. Both need water and sunlight to grow, and both grow on a tree and can be grafted. Levitt and Dubner compare…

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    3d Vs 3-D

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    2-D VS 3-D Analysis Mechanical work and predicted energy expenditure was also quantified. A secondary purpose was to compare kinematic and kinetic calculations between 2-D and 3-D analyses for both sumo and conventional deadlifts. Two 60-Hz video cameras recorded 12 sumo and 12 conventional style lifters during a national powerlifting championship. Parameters were quantified at barbell liftoff (LO), at the instant the barbell passed the knees (KP), and at lift completion. Unpaired t-tests (P…

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    Conventional Style A conventional style deadlift requires the lifter to have their feet shoulder-length apart and grip the bar outside of their legs. In this style of deadlift there is considerably less leg movement than the sumo deadlift. Characteristics of the conventional style deadlift include a close “vertical jump” width stance, with the hands outside of the legs, and a horizontal back angle. The conventional method requires the feet turned only slightly on the sagittal plane. In the…

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    Biggest Loser, Celebrity Fit Club, and I Used to Be Fat all point to the undesirable circumstance of being overweight or obese. There is an underlying warrant that obesity is not okay. Some say that it is a factor that deteriorates health but some may hold it as an identity and may even make part of many cultures, present and past. Is it an issue or is it something that is unnecessarily thrown to the public? This is something that takes two angles in a scholarly argumentative research. As a…

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    The deadlift is one of the best compound movements used to strengthen leg, hip, back, and torso muscles. There are several variations of the deadlift, which are often utilized depending on the goals, needs, and abilities of the individual. This brief review will explore the different variations of the deadlift other than the standard conventional and sumo stance deadlift. The main variations used by powerlifters and regular gym goers are the conventional and sumo stance deadlifts. The main…

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