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Annual Report 1980/81
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Murphy Library, 1981)
The development of a strength training program for collegiate basketball players based on a survey study of colleges with prestigious basketball programs
This study developed a strength training program for collegiate basketball players. The study was based on the hypothesis that coaches of prestigious collegiate basketball teams and a review of the literature would advocate ...
The physiological effects of a walking exercise program on sedentary individuals
This study was undertaken to determine if walking as a regular form of low level exercise promotes and maintains physiological training effects. Eleven Ss between 26 and 63 years of age participated in the study. All ...
Comparison of an aerobic dance program versus a jogging program on untrained college females
Forty-six untrained female Ss were studied to determine if the cardiovascular benefits from an aerobic dance program equaled those of a jogging program. The Ss ranged in age from 18-29 yrs and included 19 from a jogging ...
Impingement and entrainment of fishes at the Dairyland Power Cooperative Alma, Wisconsin power plants
The objective of this two-year study was to document the occurrence of impingement and entrainment of fishes at two of Dairyland Power Cooperative's cooling water intakes on Navigation Pool 5 of the Upper Mississippi River ...
The effect of supine and upright positions on the hemodynamic and metabolic performance of bicycle exercise
Sixteen male college students (X= 21.5) completed both a submaximal upright and supine bicycle exercise protocol. Progressive workloads of 200, 400, 600, and 800 KPM were completed twice by each subject for each test ...
A study of invertebrate drift in Smith Valley Creek, Wisconsin
The invertebrate drift and benthic invertebrate fauna in Smith Valley Creek (LaCrosse County, Wisconsin) were studied from October 14, 1976 to May 14, 1977 and the influences of physical and chemical variables were examined.