Education in Exercise research snapshot August 2021
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Predictors of Weight Bias in Exercise Science Students and Fitness Professionals: A Scoping Review
In our industry student body, the pervading belief that weight can be controlled through health behaviours is the most consistent predictor of weight bias.
Moderate- and High-Intensity Inspiratory Muscle Training Equally Improves Inspiratory Muscle Strength and Endurance—A Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial
By increasing inspiratory muscle strength and endurance, Inspiratory Muscle Training can be a beneficial complimentary tool for physical performance.
Exercise Programs Targeting Scapular Kinematics and Stability Are Effective in Decreasing Neck Pain: A Critically Appraised Topic
Individualised exercise programs targeting scapular kinematics and stability can reduce neck pain severity.
Associations of physical performance and physical activity with mental well-being in middle-aged women
Participation in physical activity, rather than measures of physical performance, seems to correlate positively with improved mental health. .
The effect of breathing technique on sticking region during maximal bench press
During a 1RM bench press, time and track characteristics of the sticking region can be influence by breathing techniques.