Linking Adaptive Thermogenesis & Changes in Body Composition & Physical Fitness in Army Cadets

Research Paper Title Adaptive thermogenesis and changes in body composition and physical fitness in army cadets. Background To analyse the association between a 34-week military training on body composition, physical fitness and compensatory changes in resting energy expenditure (REE) recognized as adaptive thermogenesis (AT). We also explored if regional body composition changes were related to… Read More

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Military Executives: Linking Internal & Orthopaedic Conditions with Physical Fitness

Research Paper Title An evaluation of the significance of individual endogenous risk factors and medical and orthopaedic conditions on physical fitness in military executives. Background As part of occupational health promotion in the Bundeswehr (military services of the Federal Republic of Germany), top-ranking executives were offered a medical examination and training programme. The participants were… Read More

What are the Effects of 12 Weeks of Physical Training on Body Composition & Physical Fitness in Military Recruits?

Research Paper Title Effects of 12 Weeks of Physical Training on Body Composition and Physical Fitness in Military Recruits. Background The aim of this study was to analyse the morphological and functional changes in military recruits after twelve weeks of physical training. Methods The sample consisted of 130 volunteer recruits aged 18–19 years. Anthropometric variables… Read More

What is the Association of Chronic Hepatitis B & Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis with Physical Fitness?

Research Paper Title Chronic hepatitis B, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and physical fitness of military males: CHIEF study Background To investigate the association of chronic hepatitis B and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis with physical fitness in a Taiwanese military male cohort. Methods The researchers made a cross-sectional examination of this association using 3669 young adult military males according to… Read More

Does Improvement of Soldier Physical Fitness Prior to BCT Improve Soldiers’ Psychological Health Outcomes?

Research Paper Title Physical Fitness and Depressive Symptoms during Army Basic Combat Training Introduction Mental health-related problems are a significant cause of attrition during Basic Combat Training (BCT). Evidence in civilian populations suggests that physical fitness is associated with psychological benefits in civilians, but little is known about the association between physical fitness and psychological… Read More

What is the Relationship between BMI & Physical Fitness in Army Cadets?

Research Paper Title Relationship between body mass index and physical fitness in army cadets. Background While the importance of physical fitness for cadets is well-documented, no study has ever been conducted to investigate if there is an optimal BMI for physical fitness in army cadets. The aim of this study was to examine the association… Read More

Linking BMI with Running, Swimming & Heaves

Research Paper Title Relationship of body mass index with 1,600 m running, 50 m swimming, and pull-ups performance in army cadets. Background While the importance of physical fitness for cadets is well-documented, no study has ever been conducted to investigate if there is an optimal body mass index (BMI) for physical fitness in army cadets.… Read More