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Biceps Brachii

Biceps brachii flexes the elbow and raises the arm at the shoulder joint. The Biceps Brachii is the largest and primary muscle of the front of the upper arm ...

Biceps Femoris

The Biceps Femoris muscle shapes the lateral part of the hamstring muscles and causes knee flexion, which brings the lower leg up at the knee joint ...

Semimembranosus

Semimembranosus

Article in development ... The Semimembranosus muscle shapes the medial part of the hamstring muscles.

Triceps Brachii

Triceps Brachii

The Triceps Brachii muscle shapes the lateral part of the upper arm and causes elbow extension, which which straightens the arm at the elbow ...

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Surfer Garret McNamara Rides World Record 90-Foot Wave Off Nazaré, Portugal

RAW VIDEO: Garrett McNamara breaks the world record for the largest wave ever surfed. Garret McNamara was towed into a rogue wave that turned out to be 90 feet tall. Garrett McNamara was back in Portugal to embark on another mission exploring the waves of Nazaré, in the ZON North Canyon Show 2011. This is […]

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NBA Record: Dwight Howard’s 39.5″ Vertical Jump Set Record Reach of 12’6″

VIDEO: Dwight Howard stopped by the ESPN Sport Science lab to prove he’s the NBA player with the highest documented reach — wired with pressure distribution and forces sensors in his shoes applied by Dr. Cynthia Bir (Wayne State University). Prior to the test jump, the highest documented NBA vertical reach is held by Shaquille […]

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About Venues

COMING SOON! Information about sports stadiums and sports centers.

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About Athletics

Athletics in the United States is a term encompassing the human competitive sports and games requiring physical skill, and the systems of training that prepare athletes for competition performance. Athletic sports or contests, are competitions which are primarily based on human, physical competition, demanding the qualities of stamina, fitness, and skill. Non-athletic sports include motorsports […]

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About Social Media and ExerciseReports.com

Pick up an interactive dialogue using your computer or mobile device with Facebook, Twitter, blogs and more. With or without a blog you can use Facebook to ask questions, share information, find answers and generate ideas. Exercisereports.com provides categories of topics for your convenience. More info coming soon!

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About Fitness Centers

Fitness centers are also known as athletic clubs, fitness clubs, gyms, health clubs, personal training studios, and workout centers. Following is information about fitness centers of all sizes and organizational structure.

Fitness centers range in size from as little as about 800 square feet to over 100,000 square feet.

Large fitness centers offer specific areas and features that include cardio training machines, free weight equipment, selectorized progressive resistance machines, group exercise studios, flexibility and stretching areas, fitness cages with TRX, Pilates, multi-use gym floors (basketball, volleyball, badminton, etc.), swimming pools (indoor and/or outdoor) and locker rooms.

Larger fitness centers often include additional features and amenities, such as a pro shop, a restaurant, lounge with television and public computers, Wi-Fi, amassage therapist, a physical therapy/sports medicine department, meeting rooms, a personal training studio within the fitness center, whirlpool, sauna, steam room, and family locker rooms and private locker rooms.

Larger fitness facilities are sometimes associated with fieldhouses that include tennis courts, indoor track & field facilities, baseball practice facilities, indoor soccer and other sports.

Smaller fitness centers are often personal training studios that focus on functional training or other specific group training, or specific athletic training.




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Insulin-Like Growth Factor (IGF2) Significantly Enhances Memory Retention and Prevents Forgetting in Rats

Scientists at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Neuroscience report that, in rats, the administration of insulin-like growth factor II (IGF-II, also known as IGF2) significantly enhances memory retention and prevents forgetting. Inhibitory avoidance learning (shocking the rat when walked into a dark area of their cage) leads to an increase in hippocampal […]

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Basketball Video: Stephanie Quattrociocchi University of the Cumberlands in Kentucky with 86-Foot Buzzer Shot

University of the Cumberlands’ Senior Guard Stephanie Quattrociocchi hit an 86-foot sidearm buzzer shot with 0.7 left in the first half of the Patriot Ladies game with Campbellsville University on Saturday, January 22nd, 2011. Video Courtesy of the University of the Cumberlands’ Sports Information Department (Shane Anglin) & WOBZ-TV9 in London, KY. Radio Call (Brandon […]

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Rodgers Leads Packers to Beat Falcons 48-21

Aaron Rodgers threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns, as Green Bay crushed Atlanta 48-21 Saturday night in the NFC playoffs. With the win, the Packers move on to the next weekend’s NFC title contest.

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