Dissertations on Fitness

Fitness is the physical condition of being fit and healthy. Being physically fit relates to an ability to perform physical or sporty activities, cardiorespiratory endurance, and muscular strength. Fitness is achieved through exercise and nutrition.

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Education and Activities to Improve Health and Quality of Life

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The main purpose of this program is to improve the health and quality of life through educational and physical activities as well as healthy eating....

Last modified: 18th Jun 2021

Effects of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) vs. Moderate Intensity Continuous Training

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The acute effects of high intensity interval training (HIIT) vs. moderate intensity continuous training on vascular health. Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the acute effects of hi...

Last modified: 13th Dec 2019

Marketing Concepts for a Small Business: Gym

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Contents Executive summary: Introduction: Task-1 Marketing Objectives: Marketing mix: Compare advantages and disadvantages of marketing media: Marketing mix: External factors effecting consumer behav...

Last modified: 10th Dec 2019

Effect of Nordic Hamstring Curls on Eccentric Hamstring Strength and Flexibility

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The effect that Nordic Hamstring Curls have on eccentric hamstring strength and flexibility in amateur Netball players. Abstract Background Injuries in athletes are becoming more of a daunting fact...

Last modified: 10th Dec 2019

Efficiency Improvement Through Yogic Practices for Working Professionals

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EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH YOGIC PRACTICES FOR WORKING PROFESSIONALS WITH SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE   1         Introduction 1.1        Introduction to the concept of Yoga 1.1.1   ...

Last modified: 10th Dec 2019