Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Fitness
In my comments I would like to make some sort of a cocktail of physiology (energy output; the substrate for working skeletal muscles), nutrition (intake of energy and nutrients), psychology (motivation for exercise), education (what should we teach).
KeywordsPhysical Activity Energy Intake Energy Output Maximal Oxygen Uptake Habitual Physical Activity
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