CHANGES OF PERCENT BODY FAT, WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE AND FRUIT AND VEGETABLE INTAKE AMONG DIVISION I COLLEGIATE FEMALE SOFTBALL PLAYERS AFTER NUTRITION CURRICULUM PAIRED WITH TECHNOLOGY

Rachel Thomas
Previous research has found that the quality and intake of collegiate athletes’ diets does not meet the recommended standards. Little research has been completed in regards to the diets of collegiate female softball players. The purpose of this research study was to determine if an 11-week nutrition curriculum paired with a technology could increase fruit and vegetable consumption while decreasing percent body fat and waist circumference. The sample included 14 female softball players. Paired t-test...
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