Assessing and understanding more precisely the running and metabolic demands
of elite rugby union is fundamental for trainers, coaches and players alike to optimize the training process.
Moreover, to avoid sports injuries, training sessions can be adjusted according to metabolic demand
during their maximal effort.
Finally, in addition to providing an opportunity to focus of the technical/tactical components of MMA training, sparring matches appear to mimic the metabolic demands
of the competitive environment.
The single ACC sensor provided inappropriate rates at most stages of the treadmill exercise test except during the 1 [sup]st min, after which the adaption was almost totally opposite to the SN and body metabolic demands
Abnormal kinematics and associated compensations may be overemphasized as the cause of the high metabolic demand
in individuals with lower-limb amputations .
Therefore, the aim of the present study was determine the physiological and metabolic demands
of a simulated rescue and identify the determinants of rescue performance in a surf beach.
Adequate analgesia and sedation reduce agitation, Valsalva and metabolic demand
ICP remains relatively constant, between five and 15mmHg, despite changes in blood and CSF flow related to posture, exercise and metabolic demand
It also can be classified as high output, with an inordinate increase in the body's metabolic demands
leading to an increase in CO of a normally functioning heart.
The reason for this greater amount of fat loss is due to a continued higher metabolic demand
placed on the body after intense exercise for slow, boring cardio it may only take several minutes for the metabolism to recover back to pre exercise levels.
There can be several reasons for this, including increased metabolic demand
, diseases, insufficient dietary CoQ10 intake, deficiency of factors required for biosynthesis, gene mutation and oxidative insult.
Patients who are malnourished are already in a situation in which they are likely to develop the complications of malnutrition and therefore require active nutritional support without further delay, whereas patients at risk of malnutrition may become malnourished over the next few days unless their disease process improves so that metabolic demand
decreases and oral nutritional intake increases, or active steps are taken to ensure that their nutritional intake meets their ongoing metabolic demands