OLINGER V. U.S. GOLF ASSOCIATION U.S. District Court , Northern District of
Indiana , South Bend Division FORD OLINGER , Plaintiff V. UNITED ... Fatigue ,
he explains , differs with the individual , and walking is not a determinative factor .
... physical activity of walking : the person's resting metabolic rate ; the person's
body mass ; the distance traveled ; the person's efficiency in walking ; the work
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Add the psychological stress of golf to the potentially extreme weather conditions
in which it is played , and nutrition becomes even more ... The speed at which
carbohydrates are converted to blood sugar influenced by fiber and sugar factors
. ... RMR : Resting metabolic rate , or the number of calories used during
This can vary from one person to another depending on age, amount of fat in
your body, and other factors. The less fat you have in your body and the more
muscle you have the higher the RMR will be and the faster you will burn calories
at rest ...
Author: Joseph Correa
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Sports & Recreation
The Ultimate Guide to Golf Nutrition will teach you how to increase your RMR (resting metabolic rate) to accelerate your metabolism and help you change your body for good. Learn how to get in top shape and reach your ideal weight through smart nutrition so that you can perform at your very best. Eating complex carbohydrates, protein, and natural fats in the right amount and percentages as well as increasing your RMR will make you faster, more agile, and more resistant. This book will help you to: -Prevent getting cramps. -Get injured less often. -Recover faster after competing or training. -Have more energy before, during, and after competition. Joseph Correa is a certified sports nutritionist and a professional athlete.
... these programs failed to develop a full circulation and the energy cost was not
more than five or six times the resting metabolic rate . Such activities included
bowling , golf , leisurely walking , casual swimming , and intermittently played
games , such as softball and volleyball . ... October 1972 Issue Conclusions that
seem justified from the effects of exercise upon the several risk factors reported in
His RMR calculated from Table 1.3 is only 2,271 kcal ( 11.6 W + 879 = ( 11.6 x
120 ) + 879 ) . ... Table 1.5 Typical Activities With Corresponding Hourly Activity Factors Hourly Activity Factor Activity Category ( for Time in Activity ) Resting :
sleeping ... house cleaning , golf , sailing , table tennis 2.5 Moderate : walking 3.5
to 4 mph , weeding and hoeing , carrying loads , cycling , skiing , tennis , dancing
Author: Michael Lieberman
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
A best-selling core textbook for medical students taking medical biochemistry, Marks' Basic Medical Biochemistry links biochemical concepts to physiology and pathophysiology, using hypothetical patient vignettes to illustrate core concepts. Completely updated to include full-color art, expanded clinical notes, and bulleted end-of-chapter summaries, the revised Third Edition helps medical students understand the importance of the patient and bridges the gap between biochemistry, physiology, and clinical care. A new companion Website will offer the fully searchable online text, an interactive question bank with 250 multiple-choice questions, animations depicting key biochemical processes, self-contained summaries of patients described in the book, and a comprehensive list of disorders discussed in the text, with relevant Website links. An image bank, containing all the images in the text, will be available to faculty.
Table B Activity Levels Torboot Col 1 : est . hrs / day Col 2 : RMR + TEE factor Col
3 : weighted factor Activity category Col 1 Col 3 Col1 Col 3 9 1.0 9.0 ... 2.5–3 mph
, carpentry , housework , child care , golf , food service jobs Moderate Walking ...
Harris - Benedict ( 1919 ) : Males : RMR ( kcal ) = 66.47 + 13.75 ( body mass in kg
) + 5 ( height in cm ) – 6.76 ( age in years ) ... be undertaken on groups of highly
trained athletes to derive population - specific equations using a range of
commonly available factors . ... house RMR x 2.5 cleaning , table tennis ,
recreational golf and tennis Moderate Walking 3.5-4 miles per hour , carrying a
load , tennis , slow ...
Author: Louise Burke
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Practical Sports Nutrition provides detailed, sport-specific advice that enables you to approach individual athletes and teams with an understanding of their sport and unique nutritional needs.
... mph ) Calisthenics Dancing Moderate Vigorous Eating ( sitting ) Football ( tag ) Golf Hiking Flats Hills Running 10 min ... and physical growth is reflected in the resting metabolic rate ( RMR ) and influenced by three separate factors : ( 1 ) the
Author: Adele D. Hofmann
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange
A comprehensive reference for health care professionals who work with youth. Part I covers fundamentals of adolescent primary care, such as growth and development, physical examination, and health supervision. Part II reviews each organ system, and Part III deals with adolescent sexuality, with material on sexual behavior, STDs, gynecological disorders, and contraception, pregnancy, and abortion. Part IV covers special concerns such as athletes, obesity, and substance abuse, and Part V discusses behavioral and mental health issues such as school problems and depression. Includes a list of print, telephone, and online resources for professionals, parents, and adolescents. This third edition is completely revised, with new chapters on the psychohistory of adolescence in the US, the parent-adolescent relationship, sexual abuse and assault, college health, divorce and adoption, and psychopharmacology. New bibliographies provide references to recent literature and Internet sites. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Services and facilities rated as very undesirable , not desirable , or neutral by
over 25 % of respondents are : a gymnasium ; a golf course ; a tennis court ;
storage for a ... To investigate the twenty services and facilities further , a factor
analysis was conducted that identified three factors ... environment and
affordability pull factor [ x2 ( 3 , N = 911 ) = 3.80 ; p = 0.28 ; AGFI = 1.00 , RMR =
0.01 ; RMSEA = 0.02 ) ...
Instead , the energy used for physical activity can be estimated as a factor of RMR by categorizing physical activity level ... 72 Sports Boxing , in ring Field
hockey Golf Rollerblading Soccer Skiing , downhill , moderate Skiing , cross
2 Approximate energy expenditure , expressed as multiples of RMR , for various
activities in relation to resting needs for males and females of average size
Representative values for activity factor Activity categorya per unit of time of
activity Range Resting RMR X 1 . ... trades , house - cleaning , child care , golf ,
sailing , table tennis , ten - pin bowling , tennis ( leisurely pace ) Moderate RMR x
4 . 0 3 .
Author: Louise Burke
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Spanish Imports
A unique reference providing state of the art sports nutrition information, coupled with advice on how to apply sports nutrition guidelines in a clinical and practical framework. Thoroughly revised and updated with contribution from over 25 experts in their fields. Each chapter contains specific reviews followed by practice tips.
... Painting Shoe repair Store clerk Washing car Recreation Badminton Ballet
exercises Calisthenics Canoeing 4 mph Dancing ( waltz , square ) Golf ( no ... To
these factors another factor called adaptive thermogenesis is sometimes added .
This is viewed as the change in RMR associated with adaptation to
environmental stress , such as changes in dietary intake , area temperature , and
emotional state .
Author: Sue Rodwell Williams
Category: Diet therapy
This renowned text, now in its eighth edition, presents normal nutrition and then explains how to apply nutritional concepts in the community and clinical environments. The easy-to-follow format allows students to discover the fundamentals of nutrition and then apply their knowledge to health maintenance throughout the life cycle. "Nutrition and Diet Therapy" offers comprehensive coverage of all aspects of nutrition -- students are sure to refer to it time and again throughout school and their career!
Table 6-6 Calories Expended during Physical Activity Basal Metabolism Of the
three factors that determine caloric need, basal ... Expressed as a basal
metabolic rate (BMR), basal metabolism reflects the minimum amount of energy
the body requires to carry on all ... 3.54 Raking 1.44 Squash 5.76 Golf 2.34
Swimming Gymnastics 1.80 Backstroke 4.62 Handball 3.78 Breaststroke 4.44
Hiking 2.52 Free, ...
... touch 6 - 10 Golf Using power cart Walking ( carrying bag or pulling cart ) 4 - 7
Handball 8 - 12 Hiking , cross - country 3 – 7 ... Since resting metabolic rate
varies among individuals and is influenced by factors such as physical condition
Author: William A. Grana
Publisher: W B Saunders Company
This text provides practical information on the management of injuries and other medical concerns of athletes. Written by well-respected sports medicine physicians who describe the functional anatomy, evaluation, non-operative management, and rehabilitation of common athletic injuries--information of immediate use to the physician.
... several factors . The first is body size . Age adjustment is also necessary . With
increasing age , there is a decline in the basal metabolic rate of 3 percent per
decade up to age 55 , and ... In addition , the resting metabolic rate seems to be
reduced by severe caloric restriction as well as by starvation . ... Walking , riding
bicycles , swimming and such sports as tennis and golf should be encouraged . 5
The CFA results revealed that the seven - factor model fit well to the sample date .
... Thus , other fit indices were closely considered : CFI = 0.93 , NFI = 0.91 , NNFI
= 0.92 , IFI = 0.93 , and RMR = 0.073 ( Kelloway , 1998 ; Kline ... Getting , keeping
and caring for unpaid volunteers for professional golf tournament events .
TABLE 8.3 Energy Costs for Selected Sporting Activities * 1 MET equals your resting metabolic rate . ... METS Archery ( American Round ) Bowling ( with three
other bowlers ) Golf ( playing in a foursome ) Walking ( 17 - min . mile on a grass
surface ) Cycling ( 6.4 ... The first step in a diet - related behavior modification
program is to identify those social or environmental factors that promote
... as to fail to develop a full circulation and energy cost of more than five or six
times the quiet - resting metabolic rate . 130 , 131 This applies similarly to
bowling , golf , quoits , leisurely walking , casual swimming , and all slow and
intermittently ... The consistency of the effort on a day - to - day basis , continued
more than 6 weeks in a persistent program of 5 days or more per week , is a great factor too .
+ In pounds + In calories Because so many factors affect each individual's resting
metabolism , it is not possible to ... It is certainly safe to say that more muscle
helps increase our resting metabolic rate . ... For example , to hit a golf ball farther
, you could develop more muscle force or you could swing the golf club faster .
Author: Wayne L. Westcott
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
Stronger muscles and bones. More endurance. A more attractive physique. Better health. Leading fitness expert and Nautilus consultant Wayne Westcott can help you get the results you want in only three hours a week! Building Strength and Stamina is loaded with exercises and workouts to get you in good shape. You'll learn all this and more: basic strength-training guidelines, 36 strengthening exercises for your entire body, step-by-step plans for gaining strength without injury, how to select exercises for cardiovascular health, a six-month program for increasing strength and endurance, stretching exercises, and advanced strength and endurance training exercises and programs. Experience the benefits of Building Strength and Stamina. You'll be amazed by the difference that three hours a week can make.