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Evaluation of the physiological responses to a 20-minute workout on the Cross-X machine
The Cross-X is an exercise modality being marketed as an effective tool for toning the legs and buttocks, as well as providing a cardiovascular workout. The purpose of this study was to examine the physiological responses ...
Archaeology News 2009 February
(Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center, 2009-02)
Impact of crusader castles upon European western castles in the Middle Ages
During the Middle Ages, the period from roughly AD 1000-1450, the structure of castles changed greatly from wooden motte and bailey to stone keeps and defenses within stone city walls. The reason for the change was largely ...
Fall 2009 Factbook
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 2009)
Late prehistoric bone marrow extraction : a case study in western Wisconsin
The Swennes Upper Garden Terrace site (47Lc333) in La Crosse County, Wisconsin has been the location of multiple excavations by the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse since 1995. ...
Swimming speed in relation to training load
The amount and intensity of training a subject enters into will impact athletic performance. Previous studies have demonstrated that fitness and fatigue achieved during training will impact performance. This study compared ...
ME-PD On-Campus Newsletter 2009 Spring
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. School of Education, 2009-02)
Burial practices of the Tiwanaku : a comparative analysis of skeletal remains from Cochabamba, Bolivia
During the summer of 2007, The University of Wisconsin -La Crosse conducted an archaeological field school at the site of Pirque Alto near Cochabamba, Bolivia. Among the many discoveries was the uncovering of a skeleton ...
Woodland occupation of the Lower Sand Lake Site (47Lc45-1), La Crosse, Wisconsin
The Lower Sand Lake Site (47Lc45) was first excavated in 1984 by archaeologists from the Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center (MVAC) with additional excavations during the 2008 field season, by MVAC archaeologists and ...