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MARYLAND FOOTBALL JORDAN McNAIR DEATH

University of Maryland football report after Jordan McNair’s death The Baltimore Sun has obtained a copy of the roughly 200-page investigative reportprobing the University of Maryland football program’s culture following allegations that the team was ruled by an atmosphere of bullying and intimidation. The football program has been under a harsh spotlight since the death of […]

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP SCIENCE

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS are affected by many factors. Six of the factors that affect relationships, because the factors cannot be blended, synthesized and synchronized are: 1.     COMMUNICATION 2.     BELONINGNESS 3.     INTERPERSONAL ENERGY FIELDS 4.     SCIENCE OF LOVE 5.     TYPES of THINKING including Spiritual Thinking 6.     TEMPERAMENT Mixing Consciousness (Conscious Mind) and Other Brain NeuroNetworks For Interpersonal […]

MARIJUANA (CANNABIS) EFFECTS ON ADOLESCENTS WORSE THAN ALCOHOL REPORT

Objective: Alcohol and cannabis misuse are related to impaired cognition. When inferring causality, 4 nonexclusive theoretical models can account for this association: 1) a common underlying vulnerability model; 2) a neuroplasticity model in which impairment is concurrent with changes in substance use but temporary because of neuroplastic brain processes that restore function; 3) a neurotoxicity […]

FORMING TEAMMATE PARTNERSHIPS DURING EXERCISE AND CONDITIONING AIDS PREVENTION OF SPORT HEAT STROKE

1 Life Saved from Heat Stroke, with reasonable Emergency Service, is as if the rescuer has saved the whole world” [Sacred, Reasonable Service, Romans 12:1 KJVHB]  American Football is categorized by most appraisers a Full Contact and Hand-to-Hand Combat Sport. Within the football Rules of the game, Athletes experience significant deliberate and incidental physical and psychological […]

ROBOTS WITH BRAIN CHIPS WILL NEVER HAVE A SOUL OR PLAY FOOTBALL OUT OF LOVE FOR THE GAME

Student Athletes, the Sport Community and general public have interests in Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, brain science and other educational subjects. The following publication compares and contrasts normal brain integrated and processed circuits and supercomputer computerized artificial intelligence. The quest for Robot Brain Chips that complete more and more mental tasks is rapidly developing, but there appear […]

HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING CREATES MANY PHYSIOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL IMPROVEMENTS

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) → ↑ muscular, cardiorespiratory fitness + ↓ obesity ↑ skeletal muscle oxidative capacity and endurance ↑metabolic control during aerobic-based exercise   ↑ skeletal muscle health ↑ satellite cells; skeletal muscle‐specific stem cells satellite cells → ↑ skeletal muscle repair + ↑ regeneration    ↑cardiovascular adaptation    ↑ capillarisation of skeletal muscle ↑ myoglobin concentration ↑ oxidative capacity of type II […]

MEMBERSHIP TO ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN SPORT, RECREATION, EXERCISE SAFETY

The link for this current post for Membership to ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN SPORT, RECREATION, EXERCISE SAFETY (ACSRES pronounced ‘Axe Res’)  is:  http://www.cappaa.com/membership-to-association-for-children-sport-recreation-exercise-safety Clicking and linking on the above URL address will bring you and your friends to this membership page. Founder 5 year membership = $0.00 To become a member of the ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN SPORT, […]

CHILDREN’S PHYSICAL, NUTRITIONAL, MORPHISM FITNESS

President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition,U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Physical Activity Facts & Statistics · Only one in three children are physically active every day.1 · Children now spend more than seven and a half hours a day in front of a screen (e.g., TV, videogames, computer).7 · Nationwide, 25.6% of […]

CATASTROPHIC CHEERLEADING INJURIES

Research reviewed 29 of 39 incidents of cheerleading injuries reported to the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research from 1982 to 2002. Results: “Twenty-seven of the injured cheerleaders were women. There were 1.95 direct catastrophic injuries per year or 0.6 injuries per 100,000 participants. The rate of injuries among college cheerleaders was five times […]