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Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology

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Orthopedic Physical Examination-hip

My interview How Heavy Should You Lift? Good news for lightweights! | Bikini - Yahoo! Shine

Move of the Week: The Windmill

This isn't a "pretty pin"...but it's a graphic reminder of why to work out and NEVER QUIT!

Is cold water bad? wow


Nerve Mechanics Part III

This shows how some people have pooches on their belly because of how their hip flexors are too tight. Shows some exercises that loosen those hip flexors and align the back to take away the belly pooch.

May 7, 2012: The human immune system in action. This colored scanning electron microscope image shows a white blood cell (dyed red) in the act of destroying tuberculosis bacteria (yellow). The bacteria are surrounded by the cell membrane of the scavenger cell, then drawn inside and rendered harmless ideally, forever.

In the early 16th century, much of doctors' knowledge of the human body came from Galen, a physician from ancient Rome. Andreas Vesalius learned that in the Roman religion, the dissection of human bodies was forbidden, and that Galen's version of human anatomy was likely speculation based on dissections of other animals

"How It Works" Throughout History, In Pictures

The Spanish cyclist Federico Ezquerra during the 1934 Tour. Competitors burn up to six thousand calories per day during the race.

Running Injuries


x-ray of the human body-yoga pose

Exercise of the Week: The Windmill for better brain fitness, coordination and muscle strength

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    Bonnie David

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Exercise physiology is the study of the acute responses and chronic adaptations to a wide-range of physical exercise conditions. In addition, many exercise physiologists study the effect of exercise on pathology, and the mechanisms by which exercise can reduce or reverse disease progression. Accreditation programs exist with professional bodies in most developed countries, ensuring the quality and consistency of education.