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In proscribing them, however, he is not singular; all professional athletes are well aware that a man who is to be in good condition should take nothing of the kind.
I may add that I walked out to the athletic grounds this morning, saw that tenacious black clay is used in the jumping-pit and carried away a specimen of it, together with some of the fine tan or sawdust which is strewn over it to prevent the athlete from slipping.
In appearance and atmosphere he was a strapping big college man, smooth-faced and easy-mannered, clean and simple and wholesome, with a known record of being a splendid athlete and an implied vast possession of cold culture of the inhibited sort.
Traditionally, that crown has been reserved for golfers like Arnold Palmer and Greg Norman or tennis players like Boris Becker and Steffi Graf, athletes whose professions lend themselves to more international visibility and therefore more appeal.
Medical Staff, Athletes To Benefit From Growing Trend In Digital Radiography
Athletes have higher emotional intelligence in comparison with non-athletes.
How many days a week do your student athletes train?
Olympic Committee officials conceded to ``mismanaged expectations'' for some of its athletes at the Turin Olympics, and pledged the USOC will do a better job of stressing good behavior to its athletes ahead of the 2008 Beijing Games.
Hyponatremia caused solely by the overconsumption of fluids has been demonstrated at rest in athletes with and without a history of EAH (57, 58).
The same investigation revealed that slugger Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants and other top athletes may also have gotten an unfair advantage from using steroids.
Better yet, I pictured a card of skinheads holding anti-Kobe banners, with the names of black athletes accused of crimes.
However, about half of the calls and e-mails come from healthy individuals--professional power lifters, sprinters, and weekend wannabe athletes of all stripes.
As student athletes, parents, teachers and physicians, it behooves us to explore these issues.
Librarians at Penn State identified student athletes as an underserved population and developed a pilot program designed to address the bibliographic needs of this peripatetic group.
There is an increasing need to understand why there athletes are considering using these products.