5 edition of Fitness for the Aged, Disabled, and Industrial Worker found in the catalog.
Fitness for the Aged, Disabled, and Industrial Worker
by Human Kinetics Pub
Written in English
|Series||International Series on Sport Sciences|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Language: English ISBN:LCCN: MeSH: Aged*; Disabled Persons*; Exercise*; Occupational Diseases/prevention & control*; Physical Fitness* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: "Proceedings of the Symposium of the International Council for Physical Fitness Research, held on September, in Osaka, Japan.
The exercises are easy to follow in the book, though I wish the book was a spiral-bound book, so the pages would lay flat when you are exercising.
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Chapter 1— Fitness, Health, and Work Capacity 3 Acknowledgments Preface The first edition of this booklet, published inwas designed to help field workers and wildland firefighters achieve health, fitness, and work capacity. This long-overdue second edition updates information on fitness and work capacity, and provides additional.
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10 Ways Tech Makes Old Age Easier With their populations aging rapidly in coming decades, many countries, including the U.S., will rely heavily on technology to take care of seniors.1. Introduction. Construction is a tough, heavy, manual industry where injury and ill health are likely; many workers leave the industry early due to ill health or musculoskeletal disorders (Arndt et al., ).This loss of the workforce occurs in the climate of an ageing population in the UK, Europe and globally; Western Europe has one of the oldest populations, with 17% aged over 65 in Cited by: The company and other workers have expectations about the attendance and work performance of a co-worker.
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