1 edition of Dehydration and rehydration in collegiate wrestlers found in the catalog.
Typescript (photocopy).Thesis (M.S.)--Oregon State University, 1981.Includes bibliography.
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These cases highlight the extreme extent of absolute and relative weight loss. For urine collection, participants were provided with sterile plastic specimen cups. We are the first to study the effects of wrestling weight-cutting tactics on similar measures. J Strength Cond Res 2011;25 8 :2337-2343. Hyperthermia and Dehydration-Related Deaths Associated with Intentional Rapid Weight Loss in Three Collegiate Wrestlers -- North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Michigan, November-December 1997 During November 7-December 9, 1997, three previously healthy collegiate wrestlers in different states died while each was engaged in a program of rapid weight loss to qualify for competition.
Exercise: Active methods include increased exercise especially in plastic or rubber suits such as running, gym workouts and even masturbation. Paradoxically, although more injuries occur during matches than practices, the preseason accounts for twice as many injuries as the regular season. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research, 1996.
1985; 254: 3337 — 3338.We tested a separate group of urine samples as part of a pilot reliability study. Descriptive data, statistical outcomes, and effect sizes for our dependent measures of interest are provided in. To monitor compliance, a practical test to assess hydration status should be explored and employed.
Cutoff values for urine tests were 586 mOsm. GSC Severity Score and Total Number of Symptoms Reported Total symptom severity score and total number of symptoms reported differed across all 3 evaluation points baseline, prepractice, and postpractice.
Recent survey data suggested that high school and collegiate wrestlers lose an average of 4. Title: Boxers and Bodyweight Manipulation Key words: calorie restriction, increased exercise, dehydration, rehydration, isokinetic performance, dietary manipulation, electrolyte balance Date: Aug 2000 Category: 12. The effects of dietary manipulation on blood acid-base status and performance of high intensity exercise. The GSC is a practical measure for monitoring concussive symptoms.
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The weight-loss behaviors reported in these three cases are common among wrestlers; however, deaths associated with weight loss in collegiate wrestling have not been reported previously 1.
18 per 1000 AEs has been reported at the high school level.