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Supertraining Strength Training for Sporting Excellence

03rd March 2010
The great strides made in sport during the past few decades are a major tribute to the practical application of exercise science and systematic training. In keeping with the Olympic motto, the human being today is definitely stronger and faster. Plateaus ... Read >
Author: Mel Siff

Does Your Child Run Funny?

22nd January 2010
Are you one of the thousands of parents in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and around the United States that is concerned about how your child runs or walks? Have you noticed that their feet and ankles turn in or out? Do you question your pediatrician on ... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Ergonomic: Human Factors and Work Design Principles

18th August 2009
Ergonomics and human factors are terms often used synonymously. Both describe the interaction between the worker or operator and the work interface. Both are concerned with trying to reduce work stress in the work place. Ergonomics traditionally has focus... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope
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