Anthropometric measures and nutrition intake, habits and perceptions of Division I women’s volleyball players

@inproceedings{Cortez2011AnthropometricMA,
  title={Anthropometric measures and nutrition intake, habits and perceptions of Division I women’s volleyball players},
  author={Danny Cortez and Laura Krebs-Holm and David Gish and Robert E. C. Wildman},
  year={2011}
}
Background Volleyball is a physically demanding sport and success is based on aspects speed, power, agility, endurance, rapid processing and focus. Nutrition plays a significant role in maximizing performance and volleyball athletes need to be well-informed. Meanwhile, players can be selfconscious of body size and appearance especially in lieu of body contour revealing uniforms. At this time research-based information of this athletic population with regard to body composition, nutrition intake… CONTINUE READING

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