The effects of working in custody on body composition and strength endurance in deputy sheriffs

Robert G. Lockie, Matthew R. Moreno, Karly A. Cesario , Michael Stierli, Joe Dulla, Jay Dawes, Rob Marc Orr

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Abstract

Deputy sheriffs who have been working in custody tend to demonstrate a higher body mass index, and poorer fitness measured by strength endurance tests (push-ups and sit-ups completed in 60 seconds) compared to recruits at the end of academy training.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 9 Nov 2018
Event2013 Australian Strength and Conditioning Association International Conference on Applied Strength and Conditioning - Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 8 Nov 201310 Nov 2013

Conference

Conference2013 Australian Strength and Conditioning Association International Conference on Applied Strength and Conditioning
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period8/11/1310/11/13

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Lockie, R. G., Moreno, M. R., Cesario , K. A., Stierli, M., Dulla, J., Dawes, J., & Orr, R. M. (2018). The effects of working in custody on body composition and strength endurance in deputy sheriffs. Poster session presented at 2013 Australian Strength and Conditioning Association International Conference on Applied Strength and Conditioning, Melbourne, Australia.