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The Science of Maximum Strength Training for Climbers

The Science of Maximum Strength Training for Climbers

So you want to improve your climbing skills? Whether you’re a recent convert or a seasoned veteran, welcome to the club. Climbing, still a marginal sport compared to, for example, running, cycling or swimming, has never had scientific support for even the most basic training protocols. Skateboard routines? Endurance towers? These exercises make intuitive sense, …

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Harris Search Associates Hires Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Dean - Hunt Scanlon Media

Harris Search Associates Hires Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Dean – Hunt Scanlon Media

September 30, 2022 – Dublin, OH-based executive search firm Harris Search Associates assisted in the recruitment of Monica G. Ferrini as Dean of the College of Health and Science (COSH) at the University of Medicine and Charles R. Drew Science (CDU) in Los Angeles. “I look forward to the flourishing of COSH under Dr. Ferrini’s …

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Nutritionist Shares 6 Frozen Foods She Always Buys: "They're Just as Healthy and Cheaper Than Fresh"

Nutritionist Shares 6 Frozen Foods She Always Buys: “They’re Just as Healthy and Cheaper Than Fresh”

1. Berries Use it to: baked desserts, smoothies, yogurt toppings, breakfast bowls Berries, such as blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries, are one of nature’s best sources of antioxidants. Studies show that antioxidant levels in berries remain stable long after freezing. Some of the best stores to find frozen berries at a bargain price include Trader …

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The Gates Foundation encourages the UN and honors inspiration as goalkeepers

The Gates Foundation encourages the UN and honors inspiration as goalkeepers

By THALIA BEATY – Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates combined characteristic optimism with sobering questions about persistent gender inequality and hunger at an event focused on achieving the global development goals that the Gateses Foundation organized on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly. Bill Gates again …

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Influential health group says US doctors should screen more adults for anxiety

Influential health group says US doctors should screen more adults for anxiety

US doctors should routinely screen all adults under 65 for anxiety, an influential health guidelines group proposed on Tuesday. This is the first time the US Task Force on Preventive Services has recommended screening for anxiety in primary care for adults without symptoms. The proposal is open for public comment until October 17, but the …

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Plogging habits that slow aging, science reveals - Eat This Not That

Plogging habits that slow aging, science reveals – Eat This Not That

If you haven’t tried plogging yet, it’s time to jump into this fitness trend that’s great for the environment. The incredibly popular activity of jogging while picking up trash along your route is something people are having fun with across the world – and for good reason. There are so many health benefits your body …

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