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Blood and urinary measures of hydration status during progressive acute dehydration.
PURPOSE To determine whether: a) plasma osmolarity (Posm) is sensitive to small incremental changes in hydration status, b) urine specific gravity (Usg) can accurately identify a state ofExpand
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Hydration Testing of Athletes
AbstractDehydration not only reduces athletic performance, but also places athletes at risk of health problems and even death. For athletes, monitoring hydration has significant value in maximisingExpand
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Accuracy of urine specific gravity and osmolality as indicators of hydration status.
To reduce the adverse consequences of exertion-related and acute intentional dehydration research has focused on monitoring hydration status. This investigation: 1) compared sensitivity of urineExpand
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Maximum oxygen consumption of rats and its changes with various experimental procedures.
A ten-stage treadmill test was developed and standardized to secure the VO2max of male and female rats assigned to various cross-sectional and longitudinal experimental groups. Repeated measurementsExpand
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American College of Sports Medicine position stand. Weight loss in wrestlers.
Despite a growing body of evidence admonishing the behavior, weight cutting (rapid weight reduction) remains prevalent among wrestlers. Weight cutting has significant adverse consequences that mayExpand
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Weight loss practices of college wrestlers.
PURPOSE The purpose of this investigation was to examine the weight management (WM) behaviors of collegiate wrestlers after the implementation of the NCAA's new weight control rules. METHODS In theExpand
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The moderating effect of spouse support on the relation between serious leisure and spouses' perceived leisure-family conflict.
Introduction Stebbins (1992) developed a theoretical framework for the study of serious leisure based on extensive, exploratory interviews with amateurs and professionals in the fields of science,Expand
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Eating behaviors, weight loss methods, and nutrition practices among high school wrestlers.
Wrestlers lose weight frequently, using rapid weight reduction methods in order to qualify for a certain weight classification. Under these conditions, the potential for developing eating disordersExpand
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Human intestinal water absorption: direct vs. indirect measurements.
Distilled water, a carbohydrate-electrolyte (CE; 4% sucrose, 2% glucose, 17.2 meq/l NaCl, and 2.8 meq/l KCl) solution, or a 10% glucose solution, all containing the nonabsorbed indicator polyethyleneExpand
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ACSM Position Stand: Weight Loss in Wrestlers
SUMMARYDespite a growing body of evidence admonishing the behavior, weight cutting(rapid weight reduction) remains prevalent among wrestlers. Weight cutting has significant adverse consequences thatExpand
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