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IMG_0001_NEW_0010 - COMMON POSTURAL PROBLEMS STRONGER...

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BENEFITS OF STRENGTH TRAINING STRENGTH PROVIDES A FOTINDATION FOR OTHER COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS SUCH AS CR CAPACITY AND MUSCULAR ENDURANCE SLOW DOWN THE MUSCLE LOSS THAT NORMALLY ACCOMPANIES THE AGING PROCESS --> INCREASE FUNCTIONAL MOBILITY SO THAT DAILY ACTIVITIES ARE MADE BOTH POSSIBLE AND EASIER INCREASE THE SIZE AND STRENGTH OF MUSCLE FIBERS RESULTING IN A GREATER PHYSICAL CAPACITY TO PERFORM WORK INCREASED TENDON, LIGAMENT AND BONE TENSILE STRENGTH STRONGER MUSCLES BETTER PROTECT THE JOINTS THAT THEY CROSS IMPROVED PHYSICAL APPEARANCE BETTER TONE OF THE MUSCLES OF THE TRUNK HELPS TO PREVENT
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Unformatted text preview: COMMON POSTURAL PROBLEMS STRONGER MUSCLES ARE LESS LIKELY TO BE STRAINED AND INJURED IMPROVEMENTS IN SELF-CONCEPT AND SELF-ESTEEM FOR BOTH ATHLETIC AND PATIENT POPULATIONS Relationship Between Bodv Size and Strength Ohmpic Champion A Height : 4 feet, 10 inches : L : 1.0 \luscle CSA: L2:1.0 \Veight : I32lbs: L3 : 1.0 Clean and Jerk : 410 lbs: 3.2 X body weight Ohmpic Champion B Heisht:6 feet,2 inches :L:1.28 \Iuscle CSA: L2:1.63 \\-eight :290lbs : L3 :2.08 Clean and Jerk:560lbs: 1.9 X body weight...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course KIN 142 taught by Professor Asmundson during the Fall '09 term at Simon Fraser.

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