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the act, process, or art of imparting knowledge and skill

repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

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the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior)

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Five studies incorporated an exercise and/or balance training component in the multifactorial intervention program [17-19,24-25].
Effect of six weeks of dura disc and mini -trampoline balance training on postural sway in athletes with functional ankle instability.
In contrast, DDR[R] was created for dual foot play, but with a simple "rule" change forcing participants into single foot stance during play, the game mimics other balance training exercises.
61 while after completion of the balance training program, the composite score increased 25.
7% Balance training programs (yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates) 51.
A program needs to combine high intensity jumping exercises and movement, resistance, speed and balance training as well as core strengthening.
The difficult tradeoff that field sales leaders have to make is how to balance training time and training expense for their new hires.
July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprained ankles can be avoided by those at high risk through a weekly balance training program, according to new research released today at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine at the HERSHEY(R) Lodge and Convention Center.
With his in-depth understanding of human biomechanics, Todd started to design and perfect his own functional balance training equipment which would simulate real-life movements.
The site provides in-depth advice on selecting balance boards, balance training and core strength.
Strength and balance training was recommended in guidelines published by NICE in March 2015 which outlined the rationale for the provision of strength and balance training programmes for older people living in the community who have a known history of recurrent falls.
The council, chaired by Higginbottom and composed of senior Department leaders, provides guidance on the Department's work/life and wellness programs and has directed WLD to work with FSI to incorporate work/life balance training into leadership and management courses.
The participants were randomly assigned to a balance training group (n = 9, 7 boys and 2 girls; 10.
2001) Gain in strength and muscular balance after balance training.