The Additional Calories Burned When Standing vs. Sitting and Sitting vs. Lying Down in Humans

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Body Composition in Sport: An Evidence-based Review of Common Assessment Methods

What are you made of? Body composition assessment aims to answer this question. There are many different tools that can be used to estimate body composition, each with its own pros and cons. The most common tools used to assess body composition in elite sport are explored in this article.

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The detrimental effects of sleep restriction on metabolic health: A comprehensive review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

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What You Need to Know About Disordered Eating in Sport

Eating disorders are considerably more prevalent in the athletic community than in the general population [1]. This makes the identification of athletes with eating disorders, and those at risk for developing eating disorders, particularly important.

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Body Composition in Sport: Ultrasound

Monitoring body composition in athletes is beneficial for a multitude of reasons. Although ultrasound (US) is not typically known for its potential to assess body composition, this technique may be a diamond in the rough for body composition assessment in athletes and sport. How it works, its popularity among sport professionals, and common sources and margin of error are reviewed in this article.

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Intermittent Dieting: Theoretical Considerations for the Athlete

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Intermittent energy restriction improves weight loss efficiency in obese men: the MATADOR study

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Out-running ‘Bad’ Diets: Beyond Weight Loss There is Clear Evidence of the Benefits of Physical Activity

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Body Composition in Sport: DXA

Monitoring body composition in athletes is beneficial for a myriad of reasons. DXA, or dual-energy X-ray absorptometry, is one of many methods that can be used to assess body composition in athletes. How DXA works, its popularity, and sources and margin of error are reviewed in this article.

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The Keys to Successful Weight Loss Maintenance

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