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The Dynamics of fitness. / Part 3, Food, diet and drugs

Author: Benjamin Hale; Human Relations Media, inc.
Publisher: Pleasantville, N.Y. : Human Relations Media, ©1980.
Edition/Format:   Visual material : Filmstrip : English
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Examines the various food components as they relate to fitness and athletic performance. Tells common myths associated with nutrition and exercise, such as the belief that people who exercise have increased requirements for proteins and vitamin supplements. Gives general dietary suggestions to promote good health and fitness. Discusses the use of drugs by athletes. Suggests that most drugs do not really improve  Read more...
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Material Type: Filmstrip
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Hale; Human Relations Media, inc.
OCLC Number: 13756974
Notes: Series title on container, cassette and guide: Dynamics of fitness : the body in action.
Sound accompaniment compatible for manual and automatic operation.
Credits: Editor, Peter Cochran.
Description: 1 filmstrip (84 fr.) : col. ; 35 mm. + 1 sound cassette (18 min.) + 1 series guide.
Other Titles: Food, diet and drugs
Dynamics of fitness : the body in action
Body in action
Responsibility: author, Benjamin Hale ; producer, Peter Cochran.

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Examines the various food components as they relate to fitness and athletic performance. Tells common myths associated with nutrition and exercise, such as the belief that people who exercise have increased requirements for proteins and vitamin supplements. Gives general dietary suggestions to promote good health and fitness. Discusses the use of drugs by athletes. Suggests that most drugs do not really improve athletic performance, but have a placebo effect.

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