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Hypoxic training composed or warm-up, continuous training, interval training, resistance training, elastic resistance training, and cool-down with proper methodology had a positive effect on the muscular strength, muscular endurance and hormonal response (GH, IGF-1, and VEGF) of moderately trained competitive swimmers.
Table 2 shows the frequency mean and the level of planning and preparation of physical education teachers on the components of cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, and muscle strength in the Form 4 of physical education curriculum (Fitness Stem).
Both running and resistance training are crucial components to improving and maintaining Soldiers' cardiovascular and muscular endurance.
When compared to the criterion standards, the results of this study indicate that female Kinesiology students scored significantly higher in body composition, significantly higher in flexibility and muscular endurance, and relatively similar in terms of cardio-respiratory endurance.
The hose pull was significantly correlated with body composition (fat% and LMM), upper and lower body strength (bench press, deadlift, hand grip), upper body muscular endurance (bench press, bent-over row, bicep curl and shoulder press), anaerobic power (400m sprint), and cardiovascular endurance (multistage shuttle test).
Table 3 reflects a significant increase in abdominal muscular endurance for the experimental group, with a pre-test mean of 33 repetitions and a post-test mean of 37 repetitions.
Knee Drive: This exercise helps develop greater strength and/or muscular endurance of the hip flexors, which play a critical role in maintaining effective running technique over distance.
7) There is some evidence that decreased muscular endurance could be both a cause and a consequence of LBP.
2 max]), power, muscular endurance, flexibility and body mass index (BMI).
Physical fitness has the following components: cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body composition.
The upper-body endurance rates (push-up test) of the girls with visual impairments exceeded those of the boys by 15%; the girls' performance on the abdominal muscular endurance test, as measured by the number of curl-ups performed, exceeded the boys' performance by 14%.

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