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Comparison of hard and soft surfaces during maximal vertical jumps in a depth jump plyometric exercise
The purpose of this study was to examine how landing surfaces used in a depth jumping (DJ) plyometric exercise affected kinematic and kinetic variables. Sixteen male and female college students, who were involved in ...
Training patterns and illness during a men's collegiate basketball season
This study was designed to follow training patterns and the incidence of injury and illness in members of the 1998-99 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse men's basketball team during a competitive playing season. Additionally, ...
Plan 2008: Educational Quality through Racial and Ethnic Diversity: A Plan for Action, 1999-2004
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 1999)
A multidisciplinary unit honoring multiple intelligences
A group of four class core instructors had prior positive experiences implementing multidisciplinary thematic units. The instructors wanted to develop another thematic unit focusing on the 1960s, while giving homage to ...
Teaching Experiments: A Classroom Primer
The article focuses on a classroom primer for teachers who are interested in using experimentation as an educational aid. It is noted that incorporating experiments into the classroom improves student involvement with the ...
The effects of integrating geometry into physical education
This study investigated the effects integrating geometry into physical education had on learning geometry concepts. Two fifth grade classes (N = 45) from an elementary school in La Crosse. Wisconsin were subjects in ...
The effects of exercise on bone mineral density in postmenopausal women : a meta-analysis
A meta-analysis was done to determine what effect exercise has on the bone mineral density (BMD) of the lumbar spine, proximal femur, and distal radius in postmenopausal women, utilizing data from 18 studies. Treatment ...