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Can Physiological and Psychological Factors Predict Dropout from Intense 10-Day Winter Military Survival Training?
Background: In the military context, high levels of physiological and psychological stress together can compromise individual’s ability to complete given duty or mission and increase dropout rates. The purpose of this ...
Effects of Task-Specific and Strength Training on Simulated Military Task Performance in Soldiers
A soldier’s occupational physical task requirements are diverse and varied. However, the type of physical training that most effectively improves soldiers’ occupational task requirements has not been studied previously. ...
Changes in strength and power performance and serum hormone concentrations during 12 weeks of task-specific or strength training in conscripts
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of two different training programs on strength and power performance and serum hormone concentrations. A total of 104 male soldiers volunteered and took part in ...
Device-Based Measures of Sedentary Time and Physical Activity Are Associated With Physical Fitness and Body Fat Content
Introduction/Purpose: Physical activity and sedentary time may associate with physical fitness and body composition. Yet, there exists some observational studies that have investigated the associations of device-based ...
Diving in the Arctic : Cold Water Immersion’s Effects on Heart Rate Variability in Navy Divers
Introduction: Diving close to the Arctic circle means diving in cold water regardless of the time of year. The human body reacts to cold through autonomous nervous system (ANS)-mediated thermoregulatory mechanisms. Diving ...