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Link between athleticism and neurological disease

Neurological diseases seen in people who were student athletes and have always been slim are more likely to develop. Amyotropic lateral sclerosis (ALS)// is a rare and invariably fatal neurological condition. It's sometimes known as Lou Gehrig's disease, after the famous baseball player whose caree...

Team Full Throttle Twinlab(R) Racing Nabs Podiums in Several Divisions at the 2009 Robert J. Aaron Memorial Mighty Montauk Triathlon

... Full Throttle Twinlab Racing is a high-intensity multi-sport training program for those who are ready to bring the benefits of superior personal athleticism into their lives. With a heightened emphasis on sports nutrition, this year the team incorporates Twinlab supplements to make their training program c...

Celebrities Stay Fit at First Ever Full-Service Luxury Gym at Film Festival in Park City, Utah

...January 16 and will be open from January 16 - 20 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. by appointment only. The Gatorade "G" represents the heart, hustle, and soul of athleticism -- and is a badge of pride for anyone who sweats, no matter where they're active. ...

The physiology of champions

...hysiology than the Olympics" To mark the 2008 games in Beijing, the Journal of Physiology present a special issue focusing on the science behind human athleticism and endurance. This unique collection of original research and in-depth reviews examines the genes that make a champion, the physiology of elite at...
athleticism in Biological News

What makes a great footballer?

...ich require very similar athletic and skill sets to that required for regular football games. In parallel, the same players were evaluated for overall athleticism and skill in sixteen different tasks. "There was no evidence of any correlations between maximal athletic performance and skill", explains Dr. Wilson....
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