Exercise - Science topic
Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. It is performed for various reasons including strengthening muscles and the cardiovascular system, honing athletic skills, weight loss or maintenance, as well as for the purpose of enjoyment.
Questions related to Exercise
Kinesiology is a broad field dealing with the study of movement, function, and performance and how that movement affects overall health. Exercise science is a subfield of kinesiology that focuses on human response and adaptation to exercise and focuses on the underlying mechanisms that affect exercise.
We are looking for a facility to execute voluntary wheel running exercise experiment in the context neuronal fatigue. Please let me know the any available labs.
Hi Everyone! So I'm conducting research whereby there is a 2x6 within subjects repeated measures design (2 modes of exercise and 6 intensity levels).
I have conducted pre-planned comparisons (pairwise) between the lowest and highest (1 and 6) intensities for each of my outcome variables (DVs) for both exercise modes. I have hypotheses regarding each outcome variable and am unsure whether the correction should be applied for multiple comparisons as although intensity 1 and 6 are being compared in each comparison (so comparison between intensity 1 and 6 for a given DV in one of the modes), I'm not technically reusing any data points.
Thoughts on this issue are much appreciated.
I have an exercise at my study where we are suppose to model a dogbone test specimen in tensile testing. to see how the crack propagates. We are supposed to use Johnson Cook method. The goal of the exercise is to see if we can put the parameters in Abaqus and see if we can get a somewhat realistic answer and interpret the result.
Currently i have, defined:
plasticity -Johnson cook parameters (A,B, n, m , c etc.)
- Rate dependant ( C, epsilon dot)
Johnson cook damage (d1-d5)
It is encastered at one end and is displaced at the other.
When submitting job the specimen is elongating but never fracturing.
Do anyone have a clue to why the specimen doesnt break?
I have no idea what to do?
I was left with this question after reading about increased aerobic capacity conferred via fecal/microbiome replacement after exercise in humans (endurance athletes) and mice. Can we conclude the turnover rate favors these microbes that feed on the byproducts of exercise and thus increases their abundance? What is the mechanism of intestinal entry for systemic lactate produced in muscle tissue?
خلال شهر رمضان يؤدي الرياضيون في اختلاف
فعالياتهم مختلف انواع التمرينات ، فهل ذلك
يؤثر على مستواهم خلال فترة الصوم
During the month of Ramadan, athletes, in their various activities, perform various types of exercises. Does this affect their level during the fasting period?
What is the best method for differentiating exercise responders from non-responders: the Bayesian approach with Highest Density Interval and the Region of Practical Equivalence technique (HDI-ROPE) or individual profile analysis within a group inter-individual response ?
ABSTRACT : This article addresses the Democracy of the Future in a context of dynamic change in the reality of people's lives in the Digital Age. Democracy is a political regime in which all citizens in the enjoyment of their political rights also participate — directly or through elected representatives — in choosing the model of governance for the country and or region, in its development and in the creation of laws, exercising the power of governance through universal suffrage . It covers the social, economic and cultural conditions that allow the exercise of power, free and equal to political self-determination. Effective and efficient political leadership in representative democracy poses new challenges to political powers. Traditional theoretical and practical political leadership needs a new systematic approach to seeking a holistic vision for the constant improvement of meeting the social and economic needs of populations. The greatest challenge that theory and practice face is the identification of effective instruments for democracy of the future and deliberative practices so that the decisions taken are considered rational, transparent, legitimate, in Freedom and protect the human rights of all citizens and that they feel respected, represented and committed to their implementation. KEYWORDS: Information , Democracy, Democracy of the Future, Digital Age
I'm new to crystal structure refinement and have been learning to use FullProf on some single-crystal diffraction data. I checked the FullProf manual but looks like it does not contain explanations about the content of output files (such as .out file).
In my exercise, as I attached part of the .out file as images. The software lists the peak index, observed F2, calculated F2, extinction, etc.
I don't understand what "ivk" and "cod" mean. Looks like "cod" is some code to show which peak is removed/not counted in the final refinement, which further can be proved by the 0 calculated F2. But why it has different numbers? Some removed peaks have 0, some have 21, some have 31,... and the effective peaks have 1.
Freestyle swimming is a highly technical sport that requires a great deal of skill and coordination. One of the key components of efficient freestyle swimming is the use of proper leg technique. While the primary focus of freestyle swimming is on the arm stroke and breathing technique, the legs also play a critical role in generating forward momentum and maintaining balance and stability in the water.
Recent research has shown that incorporating backstroke leg exercises into a swimmer's training regimen can have a significant impact on improving freestyle technique. Backstroke leg exercises involve working the legs in a similar way to how they are used in backstroke swimming. This includes kicking with a straight leg, pointing the toes, and engaging the hips and core muscles.
By incorporating these exercises into their training routine, swimmers can develop better balance and stability in the water, as well as increase the strength and endurance of their leg muscles. This can lead to improved propulsion and a more efficient freestyle stroke.
In addition to improving leg strength and technique, backstroke leg exercises can also help prevent injury by promoting proper alignment and reducing strain on the lower back and hip joints. This can be especially important for swimmers who may be prone to overuse injuries or who have a history of lower back pain.
Overall, incorporating backstroke leg exercises into a swimmer's training regimen can have numerous benefits for improving freestyle technique and overall performance. By developing better leg strength and coordination, swimmers can achieve greater efficiency and speed in the water, while also reducing the risk of injury.
i'm a final year student, offering sport and exercise science and i want to have a research on the reason why young females prefer body enhancement product to exercise for body enhancement. is it possible to work around such topic?
I am interested in the difficulty of the exercise games, the training parts (e.g. balance, upper limbs), and the response from older adults.
Your personal experience or any recommended papers are welcomed.
I am a PhD Candidate in Microbiology.
would you kindly please to receive the practical details of PCR & qPCR methods in the form of training exercises in a useful and comprehensive way?
Thanks in Advance
Does someone have experience using hand held heart rate monitor, like the one in the link below? I am not able to find any papers using such type of HR device. Especially interested in measuring school children after some exercise or field test like shuttle run. Curious about the reliability and responsiveness of the device.
In present era of globalization “governance” and “good governance” are being increasingly getting implemented and practiced. Bad governance is considered as one of the major root causes of all irregularities and evil in the society and has a deep impact on economic environment.
International financial body like World Bank and IMF are now facilitating loan and advances to the nations on the conditions that they are practicing “Governance” and “good governance”.
•It is also defined as “the manner in which power is exercised in the management of a country’s social and economic resources for development”.
•Governance means “the process of decision making and the process by which decisions are implemented or not implemented.
•It can be viewed as the exercise of economic, political and administrative authority to manage a country’s affairs.
•It is also been defined as “the manner in which power is exercised in the management of a country’s economic and social resources for development.
•It is used in several contexts among them most widely used as corporate governance, national, international and local governance.
•It is well defined mechanism, a establish process and institutions which is been used by the citizens and groups to articulate their interest, exercise their legal rights, meet their obligations and mediate their differences.
we want to dislay a text (for example exercice text) on android sceen and the user can complement this text, full the gap for exampple, directely with a handwritten text. this last one can be saved and analysed latter.
what tools were used while plotting failure envelopes of Advanced failure theories from (world wide failure exercise) and anyone helps me to find the way to draw failure envelopes.
We have transitioned to 100% online and virtual exercise training in a clinical setting. I am wondering about valid and reliable assessments that can be done for aerobic and muscular fitness in a tele-exercise program.
I would like to compare the neuromuscular function of the contralateral legs via twitch interpolation technique at the same time. Since the exercise will be performed with two legs concurrently, I would like to keep the time between cessation of exercise and neuromuscular function test to be the same between the legs.
Are there any studies that have done this? Do you foresee a significant caveat?
How can we measure velocity of body mass exercises (e.g. push up, pull up and etc.). If there is no measurement device like what we use for free weight exercises, is it possible to make something for that? if you have any idea, please share with me.
what kind of methods, advices or exercise which can help readers to increase their confident while they perform infront of audience do you know?
Textbooks about the managerial aspects of Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0 for academic teaching with exercises and case studies.
My name is Tharushini Anandam, and I am a PhD student at Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia. I am currently undertaking a research project as part of a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). The purpose of my research is to increase the physical activity levels in young men with overweight or obesity by using goal-oriented strategies. They will be invited to participate in a 6-week telehealth-supported exercise program involving cardiorespiratory exercise and resistance training.
In order to conduct this study, I am seeking to recruit male participants between the age range of 18 to 34 years old who are currently with overweight or obesity (BMI 25kg/m2 to 39.9 kg/m2). Participants must be Australian citizens residing in Australia and should not have any mobility impairment. Participants will be asked to complete a pre-screening questionnaire, and if cleared, will be followed by participating in a 6-week exercise program.
It would also be greatly appreciated if you could forward this advertisement to any male friends, colleagues, or family members who meet the above criteria and may be interested to participate in a 6-week exercise program via telehealth. Thank you for your time and assistance.
If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
In training, the intensity of the load can be extracted from several equations for exercises (strength, speed, endurance) such as: pulse, time, or by the best achievement ... etc. The question here is how to extract the load intensity for flexibility exercises (stationary, mobile)
I, Darshan Prakashbhai Parmar, MPT student, from Government Physiotherapy College Jamnagar, am conducting a survey on 'EFFICACY OF PELVIC PNF TO IMPROVE TRUNK CONTROL, BALANCE AND GAIT PATTERN IN NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS' as a part of my Evidence Based Study(EBS) under the supervision of my Guide, Dr. Karishma Jagad (MPT-NEURO), Sr. Lecturer at Government Physiotherapy College Jamnagar.
We therefore request physiotherapists practicing in India to kindly fill this questionnaire, which will hardly take around 10-15 minutes. The link for the survey is provided below. The responses will be kept anonymous.
I further request you to forward the link to your friends or colleagues.
*(In case the link does not open, please copy and paste the link in your web browser or you can whatsapp me on +917984377793, I will share the form link there.)*
Thank you for your time and participation.
Take care and stay safe
During exercise shear stress is increased. The mode and duration of exercise also has an effect over shear stress. Pathological high shear stress (>10,000 s-1) and low shear rate (<1,000 s-1) are two sides that I wish to measure.
I will be using volunteers, who will be exercising, and I am interested how can I measure shear stress during the exercise as well as before and after.
All help is welcomed, thank you
During my studies at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, I had the topic of design thinking as part of product management. That was real interesting for all of us. Now I'm writing my bachelor's thesis on the question of how design thinking can be used in future projects and exercises.
What experiences have you gained with design thinking that can be used sensibly at a university? What advantages and disadvantages do you see?
Correctional program includes stretching, strengthening, plyometric and intensity and duration of training exercises to correct the genovarum deformity.
I've recently found in my study that with the intensity increased, the correlation between RPE and HR and VO2 strengthened. This phenomenon was also observed in previous studies, e.g., The increase of perceived exertion, aches and pain in the legs, heart rate and blood lactate during exercise on a bicycle ergometer.
However, what's the mechanism behind this? Could you please help me with this puzzle if any one happened to see this question here and know the answer.
Thanks very much!
I am from Bangladesh and willing to conduct an exercise or workshop to assess or evaluate the quality of the postgrad education in my University. I need some sponsors and international experts to support my endeavor.
The Journal of Exercise & Organ Cross Talk (JEOCT) publishes original research articles and reviews describing relevant new observations on molecular, biochemical and cellular mechanisms involved in human physiology after exercise training. All areas of the cellular & molecular exercise physiology are covered. In other word, the journal focus on mechanisms through which exercise can prevent or treat chronic-degenerative disease, contributing to prevention and personalized treatment of specific diseases and health maintenance with a translational perspective.
I'm an applied exercise physiologist in Bozeman, MT (USA), and I have a need to borrow or rent someone's Cosmed K5 portable metabolic system for several research projects in my lab. I've been using portable systems for the last 20+ years, but my current system (Oxycon Mobile) is unserviceable (i.e., can't get a replacement O2 cell, or SBx module, because of supposed pandemic-related shipping delays). As such, my lab has effectively been shut down for months and I'm hoping to complete a research project that was supposed to be completed already.
The Cosmed K5 seems to be only serviceable portable system in relatively common use in the USA so I'm hoping to borrow or rent a K5 from someone's lab or clinic. I can also offer the possibility of a research collaboration as part of K5 loan agreement.
Dan Heil, PhD, FACSM
Professor, Montana State University- Bozeman
E.g. effect of aerobic exercise cycle on cardiac remodeling start to dissapear app. 2 weeks after ending the training cycle. However, I could not find info on VOmax.
For my recent project, I am looking into the effects of TENS therapy and a home exercise program compared with just a home exercise program alone in pelvic girdle pain. Is this research question 2 experiments ( so I would thus have 2 independent variables ) or is it an experiment and control? E.g. the experiment is TENS and control is the exercise program? In both cases what are the appropriate statistical tests?
Hi dears colleague;
I'm looking for an efficient procedure to determine fundamental learning outcomes for undergraduate students at university.
we have just: course, course exercises, exams and a knowledge descriptive.
thank you for your help.
I am designing exercise protocol for athlete and would like conduct a pilot study so looking to find out Exercise Satisfaction along athlete
could any one one help me in finding a Scale/ Questioner ?
thank you .
I have just recently started a new "weekend project" in addition to my master's studies and I am looking for a data-set. I would like to use some Operations Research to design an optimal gym schedule that conforms to a specific set of constraints.
The idea is to create a daily gym schedule that conforms to a set of constraints (e.g. time, target muscles etc) as well as a set of physiological constraints. The physiological constraints are things such as do not exercise muscle-x and muscle-y together or do not do abdominal exercises for two consecutive days etc.
However the problem I face is data, specifically a data-set (or data-sets).
Are there any open-source datasets which list an exercise, as well as all the muscles targeted? Preferably one that lists as much of the physiological data as possible. E.g. which stabilizers are activated, which secondary muscle is also activated, is it an extension or flexion. I am also looking for datasets which could help me with some of the physiological constraints, such as muscle recovery times, which muscles not to exercise together etc?
My goal is to algorithmically capture an OR model which I can provide with input data such as muscle group target and time and the model must output a schedule of exercises which targets all the muscles in that muscle group, is not physiologically harmful and is within the time constraint.
This seems like a relatively simple question that I cannot find a published answer to. What is the average degree of increase in VO2max in response to voluntary exercise training in C57/BL6 mice? I have seen maximal exercise tests that report distance run, or average running speed, but not VO2max.
I am studying integral transforms (Fourier, Laplace, etc), to apply them in physics problems. However, it is difficult to get books that have enough exercises and their answers. I have found that in particular the Russian authors have excellent books where there are a lot of exercises and their solutions.
I am carrying out a PHD investigating ‘The efficacy of Probiotic Supplementation on key neurotransmitters involved in Endurance Performance via manipulation of the Gut Brain Axis’.
As part of my research I aim to investigate the cause of perceived fatigue in endurance athletes. Potentially levels of plasma Tryptophan to establish Serotonin levels, I was also hoping to measure dopamine levels after a exercise protocol as a decrease would indicate fatigue.
My question therefore, is if there is biomarker to test for dopamine, was thinking tyrosine but can not seem to find papers on this.
Potentially an increase in adenosine would also indicate a decrease in dopamine
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated?
What types of exercises and training variables (volume, intensity, repetitions, frequency, exercise selection, exercise order, and rest) are recommended for patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS)?
Hamstring strain injuries are very common in sport at all levels .They lead to significant costs, as well as an increased future risk of other injuries. So, it is important to realize which exercises are the most beneficial ones.
I'm working with a significant number of rasters (.tiff) as part of a landscape classification exercise. First I want to generate a dendrogram from the rasters (maximum of 7 different rasters) to assess the optimal number of classes for my classification. I would use Wards linkage and the square of the Euclidian distance. My preference is to use a hierarchy so that cluster membership (class) can be displayed as a series of 'maps' containing different levels of complexity (observational or phenon levels) that are still genetically related.
Can anyone recommend an R script (python, matlab) that allows a dendrogram to be generated from multiple rasters and then enables HCA to be performed on the rasters to produce a classified image?
In the context of my studies, i got to answer to this question. And i don't have a lot of information. So i ask about it here.
What types of exercise and training variables (volume, intensity, repetitions, frequency, exercise selection, exercise order, and rest) are recommended for patients with Multiple sclerosis (MS)?
It is known that the adaptive response to effort depends on several factors, including duration, intensity, frequency, type of exercise, type of muscle contraction, etc. However, physical intervention programs many times, these variables are not presented, cannot be compared, cannot be reproduced or replicated, by other authors
I am preparing two courses, one for Master students (semiconductors) and another about solid-state physics (PhD students)
Do you have any complete book references with exercises and corrections to prepare for such courses?
I ll have students with different backgrounds so I ll have to do some introductions
Thank you in advance
People have to eat and drink because of hunger, thirst and basic requirement to live. People rest and sleep because it's also a requirement to continue living. Both eating and sleeping come naturally and instinctively. Exercise, however, requires work and motivation and does not have the same natural instinctive behavior to stay alive as eating and sleeping.
Hi, I am going to conduct online research on effect of physical activity in Parkinson disease patients. So for that reason I need help with questions.
Dominant Biceps Strength = 70%
Non-dominate Biceps Strength = 50%
Estimated loading prescription
for dominant Biceps as following :
1kg/ 8 times of Rep/ 30s/ 5 Sets/ 3m/ 3 sessions/week. Strengthening exercises
Kindly find out the loading prescription of non-dominate Biceps and the reason for choosing this loading ?
Has anyone seen any interesting gaps in the literature related to cardiovascular exercise physiology and could suggest any potential topic? Would be greatly appreciated
In his book Black Swan, Taleb (2010) believes that the human mind is subject to many blind spots, illusions and biases and that: “The right strategy for inventors and entrepreneurs is to rely less on detailed plans and to focus as much as possible on creative thinking and recognizing opportunities when they arise. Excessive attention to what we know results in yet another similar weakness: we tend to learn the details instead of adopting general laws.” Resistance to change has long been cited as one of the key reasons why companies do not adapt to change on time. One of the approaches is exercise "How to destroy a company". Employees and stakeholders can be divided into groups to find the most effective ways to destroy a company. Lisa Bodell, founder and CEO of the company “Futurethink”, uses simple techniques to help organizations embrace change and increase their ability to innovate, such as Google, Novartis, and HBO: “The first time the HBO team performed this exercise, it created three tactics that a top competitor could use to destroy HBO. The American mining company regularly conducts this exercise in order to protect itself from both competitive and market forces.” Modern management has always existed for “best practices”. In trainings, managers use role models to encourage and direct change. New researches suggest a method better than the previous one. Scientists from the Kellogg School of Management in the USA conducted a series of experiments, and in one such experiment managers were gathered in small teams to create unusual creative purposes for a cardboard box. Before the brainstorming, half of the group was given the task to share the unpleasant stories from the past six months, and the other half was given the task to share the stories they are proud of. According to the results of the experiment, the teams that shared unpleasant stories generated 26 percent more ideas than the groups that shared proud stories.
Hello, I'm conducting an educational experiment that lasts one and a half months with two groups (control and experimental), collecting their learning performance during the course.
However, throughout the experiment, I have a significant number of dropouts in both groups (almost equally), at different stages of the study. For example, some students never engaged, but there are others who completed 40-50% of the exercises but did not conclude the course.
I would like to ask what should I do in my statistics with the data of the aforementioned students.
Thank you in advance.
There are two possible factors in swimming: first could be a vigorous exercise which decreases the pressure and the second would be possible hyperventilation which ?? increases the pressure. So the answer is two: which factor is more and how do you differentiate.
I am currently choosing a device to monitor the heart rate continuously in group during an aquatic exercise. I was informed about both devices named as Suunto Team and the Polar Team. There is anyone who uses one of these devices or have already had any experience with one or both of them? I would like to have any information about it, mainly regarding the use of the device, the app needed to be used, the costs etc.
I'm currently writing my dissertation and very stuck on the statistics. I aim to examine the change in carbohydrate oxidation experienced in men and women at high altitude and sea level. I aim to do this for 2 time points during exercise in each condition. I assume I am to perform a 2-way repeated measure ANOVA (in SPSS 26). Please can someone help me how to perform and interpret this statistical test? Thank you in advance.
What I am currently doing:
Adding each time point separately so for the first hour I am adding "time" as the within subject factor name and adding 2 levels, then clicking define. I then add the sea level 1 hour" and "hypoxia 1 hour" data in the within subjects variables box and add "gender" into the between subjects factors. Is this correct??
Hyperuricemia is increasing prevalence around the world, which known as a condition which can lead to other illnesses such as gout, chronic disease of kidney and cardiovascular disease. avoiding extreme exercise was suggested , the reason is that anerobic exercise which can produce lactic may result in limiting uric acid excretion and increasing the risk of gout flare. strength training as a typical anerobic exercise has lots of benefits for improving quality of life of people with chronic disease such as diabetes, cancer, hypertension. so as to the hyperuricemia and/ or gout, how should we prescribe resistance training program, should we stop resistance training? or we can train with light to moderate intensity, or only avoiding hight intensity resistance training?
I am looking to investigate the impact of mindfulness exercises on posture and I was wondering if anyone can recommend or suggest any tools or scales they know of that can be used to measure posture?
This was first published almost 10 years ago.
Conference Paper Should We Treat Workplace Inactivity like Occupational Hazar...
Now almost a decade later, has there been any progress? Chronic workplace inactivity has been a pandemic in developed societies for much longer than a decade. The healthcare and productivity costs of workplace inactivity are all increasingly well documented. Unfortunately, this sentence from 2012 probably still applies: "Employers often provide break time and specific areas for smoking, yet to do this for exercise may be considered distracting, counterproductive, and/or too expensive." .
Thank you for considering this discussion.
Dear all experts,
I has calculated the fat oxidation during exercise every 5 minute till 60 minutes, and found the negative fat oxidation when the RER is reached up more than 1.00 (using the Perronet's equation). How should I do with the negative result? Should I cut that result before calculating the total fat oxidation or calculate the total fat oxidation by using all results which are positive and negative?
Hello! I have an exercise to do and I am struggling with it for a week ago. I have a 2D flow with the initial velocity at the inlet=0.01m/s. And I want to calculate the numerical results of the velocity which is the function of x and y direction (U(x,y)) in the domain of the water flow. For example if I want to calculate the velocity at the distance x1 and x2 (as in the figure) in the function of x and y., how can I calculate it? Please note that it is incompressible flow. It is fully developed after it passed the entrance length. The height of the domain is 0.02 m and the length is 1 m. Please help me! You can see the following figure. Thank You in advance! I will appreciate your help !
I am teaching a class on biostatistics this semester and want to introduce an exercise where students critically evaluate the methods section of scientific literature. So, I am looking for examples of published papers with problematic experimental design or statistics (e.g. non random sampling, pseudo-replication, violation of assumptions, type 1 error, etc.). If you are not comfortable calling out scientists in public, please feel free to send me suggestions in a direct message. I'll keep a list for anyone who would find this useful in the future. Thanks for your help!
Your exercise time can be divided into three sections, starting in the first five minutes with warm-up exercise until your body muscles are activated, and then you start walking at relatively fast steps. In the last five minutes, walking should be slow to restore your heartbeat to normal.
Exercise is one of the safest ways to improve health. Due to reduced physical ability due to aging and disturbances that are more common among the elderly, elderly people may benefit from exercise