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The effects of participant belaying on self efficacy of college students in indoor rock climbing
This study was designed to determine if participating in the technical skill of belaying during the activity of indoor rock climbing could improve self-efficacy. The sample included 41 male and female Ss. Subjects self-assigned ...
Analysis of training protocols for challenge course instructors
Challenge course (CC) instructors (N = 29) were surveyed to determine time allotments for teaching 29 basic CC facilitator competencies. The primary purpose of the study was to identify teaching times of CC instructors. ...
The effect of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction on ground reaction forces during locomotion
The purpose of this study was to examine the ground reaction forces of ACL reconstruction patients in both their affected and unaffected leg and to examine the ground reaction forces of non pathological subjects in each leg.
Relationship between the talk test and ventilatory threshold
The Talk Test is a widely recommended form of prescribing exercise intensity, however very few studies have specifically evaluated its physiological validity. This study evaluated the relationship between the Talk Test ...