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Two individuals who have been in the trenches since the genesis of modem day strength and conditioning and are arguably the forefathers of the profession--Boyd Epley and Dan Riley--are still going strong and contributing as much as ever to its continual growth and development.
As a rule of thumb, optimum sand conditioning can be realized when the ratio of molding sand compactability to moisture content is between 10.
The use of perimeter air conditioning units places severe limits on their vision.
Housekeeper Lupe Abrego also has air conditioning at her Reseda home but purchased two 18-inch oscillating fans to pick up the slack.
Pacific Northwest Ballet's school in Seattle typifies the emphasis on conditioning as a part of dance training.
4) The core of this new training entailed Pavlovian and operant conditioning.
Maximum gains in conditioning are obtained when appropriate rest is provided along with exercise.
Although the mechanisms for this type of conditioning are not understood, it is clear that life forms as simple as single-ceiled animals or as complex as human beings are capable of being conditioned.
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And while there have been myriad advancements, ever-evolving scientific pronouncements, and continuing debates on a wide range of issues taking place at a frenetic pace, the following occurrences have left indelible fingerprints on the strength and conditioning profession: