Reducing stress fracture in physically active military women washington dc the national academies press doi 1017226 6295 x save cancel reducing stress fracture in physically active military women subcommittee on body composition nutrition and health of military women. Based on information gathered from discussion with the workshop speakers the military liaison panel and a brief review of the literature on bone metabolism and risk factors for bone health the subcommittee prepared this brief report reducing stress fractures in physically active military women the report was submitted to the sponsor in june . Presentations at the workshop reducing stress fracture in physically active young servicemembers indicated that certain training and or fitness activities might predispose women to risk of stress fracture especially in the pelvic region these activities include dropping to the knees for push ups use of an unnatural gait or long strides . Reducing stress fracture in physically active military women institute of medicine committee on military nutrition research subcommittee on body composition nutrition and health of military women on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers reducing stress fracture in physically active military women. Summary the incidence of stress fractures of the lower extremities during us military basic training is significantly higher among female military recruits than among male recruits the prevalence of this injury has a marked impact on the health of service personnel and imposes a significant financial burden on the military by delaying completion of the training of new recruits
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