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exercise physiology

[‚ek·sər‚sīz ‚fiz·ē′äl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
A field of sports medicine that involves the study of the body's response to physical stress; comprises the science of fitness, the preservation of fitness, and the role of fitness in the prevention and treatment of disease.
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Mark Kelly, an exercise physiologist and lecturer at California State University, Fullerton, said HIIT is very effective in achieving conditioning effects with short periods, if both the body and mind build up gradually to high intensity.
If it was possible to determine that an individual was an exercise physiologist from the faculty web sites within each university, the person was sent an email invitation to take the survey.
Jason Conrath, the exercise physiologist for the Indian men's team, doubled up for the women as well while they were in Patiala, and is helping them out here as well whenever he got time.
When it comes to increased health risks, where fat is deposited in the body is more important than how much fat you have, said Duke exercise physiologist Cris Slentz, Ph.
Daily routines like sports will have to continue but they have to be rescheduled during Ramadan and it is important to know how this period affects exercise or physical activity, according to Hareem Hasan, Exercise Physiologist and Clinical Exercise Specialist at the Dubai Diabetes Centre.
His combination of advice and a warm approach made him a top exercise physiologist.
Neal Pire, an exercise physiologist with ACSM, said lower back stress is the most common weed in the fitness garden, especially if, after a winter of inactivity, you run outdoors on first day of spring to garden the day away.
Dr Susan Dewhurst, an exercise physiologist from the Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, led assessments of their fitness.
GET SMART: SAMANTHA HELLER'S NUTRITION PRESCRIPTION FOR BOOSTING BRAIN POWER AND OPTIMIZING TOTAL BODY HEALTH comes from a registered dietician and exercise physiologist who tells how to change a few dietary habits to produce better brain power and health.
Dr Glyn Howatson, exercise physiologist and laboratory director in the School of Psychology and Sports Sciences, examined the properties of Montmorency cherries for his study.
Smith, an exercise physiologist, has spent much of her career studying the effects of exercise as an intervention for various patient populations.
The sessions, held everyWednesday, are the brainchild of hospital exercise physiologist Anthony Burns.