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measurement and study of the human body and its parts and capacities

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Plyometric- and skill-based-conditioning resulted in improvements in jumping and throwing capacities, but plyometric training additionally induced positive changes in anthropometrics and sprint-capacity
Following the recording of anthropometrics, body composition, and cardiovascular function, the subjects were asked to complete a maximal graded exercise test to assess aerobic capacity.
Prediction of Resection Weight in Reduction Mammaplasty Based on Anthropometric Measurements.
No significant differences in demographic or anthropometric variables were noted between those who agreed to participate in the study and those who did not.
Anthropometrics analysis and food consumption of athletes of wheelchair basketball in the metropolitan area of Sao Paulo
The anthropometrics of our study population were quiet different when compared with the MDRD study population, from which the original MDRD formula was derived.
Consistency and accuracy of measurement of lower-limb amputee anthropometrics.
8) to ensure similar anthropometrics and tested in scapular plane abduction without any artificial external constraints from 20[degrees] to 70[degrees] with the full mass of the upper extremity.
1) The form contained information on the adolescent's identification, anthropometrics, dietary habits and physical exercise.
Females have increased risk of UQ WMSD and chronicity due to individual differences in anthropometrics, lower motor variability and functional capacity of the UQ, pain hypersensitivity and negative mood states (anxiety and depression), when compared to males (Cote, 2012; Madeleine et al, 2013).
Anthropometrics techniques are commonly used by anthropologists and adopted by medicalscientist to estimate the stature of an individual.
A total of 89 male and 65 female volunteers (75 % and 71%, respectively) completed the 4 data collection time-points throughout BCT There were no significant differences in age, anthropometrics, or any of the baseline biomarkers between those who completed the study and those who did not.
Detailed history physical examination anthropometrics and biochemical measurements were recorded.