Does EEG Theta Power Activity Reflect Workload among Army Combat Drivers?

Research Paper Title EEG Theta Power Activity Reflects Workload Among Army Combat Drivers: An Experimental Study. Background The researchers aimed to evaluate the effects of mental workload variations, as a function of the road environment, on the brain activity of army drivers performing combat and non-combat scenarios in a light multi-role vehicle dynamic simulator. Methods… Read More

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What are the Cardio-respiratory Responses to Heavy Load Carriage over Complex Terrain?

Research Paper Title Cardiorespiratory responses to heavy military load carriage over complex terrain Background This study examined complex terrain march performance and cardiorespiratory responses when carrying different Soldier loads. Methods Nine active duty military personnel (age, 21 ± 3 yr; height, 1.72 ± 0.07 m; body mass (BM), 83.4 ± 12.9 kg) attended two test… Read More

Tips To Reach Your Optimum Energy Level

Do you often feel energy-drained and tired at the end of the day or even in the middle of the day? Do not freak out as this feeling is perfectly normal. In the modern world, there is no doubt, an increase in your daily activities as you work extra hard to improve your living standards.… Read More

Linking Submarines, Missiles & Cricket!

Research Paper Title How submarine and guided missile technology can help reduce injury and improve performance in cricket fast bowlers. Extract Cricket – tradition meets flare There are three formats of cricket competition (multiday unlimited overs with approximately 150–300 overs delivered by one team, 50-over and Twenty20; T20—20 overs). An over is a measure of… Read More

Linking Water Temperature & Exercise Performance

Research Paper Title The Effects of Water Temperature on Physiological Responses and Exercise Performance during Immersed Incremental Exercise. Introduction Aquatic exercise such as swimming is performed in the water of 18 to 34 °C because of the differences in ambient environmental conditions. Heat conductivity of water is greater than that of air, therefore water temperature… Read More

Heat Exposure: Linking Balance Ability, Physical Performance & Workload

Research Paper Title Physiological Responses and Balance Ability are Affected by Physical Workload and Heat Exposure in Workers. Introduction Japan is experiencing high temperatures and relative humidity (rh) during the summer months, which lead to increases in the incidence of heat stroke among outdoor workers. According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in… Read More

ADF: A Review of the Soldier’s Equipment Burden

Research Paper Title A Review of the Soldier’s Equipment Burden. Executive Summary The equipment load carried by Australian Infantryman is so bulky and heavy that it can present a significant impairment to his performance. Despite all the research to date no single effective solution has arisen. The aims of this three-part report are to characterise… Read More