The Accuracy of Predicting 1RM from nRM using the Brzycki equation

The Accuracy of Predicting 1RM from nRM using the Brzycki equation

Project description
it should have:
1- introduction:
2- methods:
3- results:
4- discussion:
5- references:

6- appendices

Added on 25.11.2014 10:51
1-introduction: should outline the purpose of the experiment and p;ace it in the context of published research. The clinical significance of the experiment should be considered alongside consideration of the related physiology.
2- method: should contain details of equipment used and the precise method used during the experimental process so that the method could be repeated by anyone reading your report.
3- results: will simply present the results (or a summary of the results). If substantial data has been generated they can be included in an appendix and a summary given in this section. Presentation of results is important and can be in the form of tables, graphs and/or charts, these should be appropriately titled and numbered and supported by a small amount of text.
The results section should contain the results of statistical tests.
4- discussion: is often considered to be the most important part of the report as it considers the results and evaluates the overall procedure. In this section reference to published work is expected and the papers mentioned in the Introductory section should be revisited in the light of the experimental findings. You will be expected to evaluate what you have read, evaluate your experimental process and finally reach your own conclusions. The conclusion is a very brief summary of the overall findings of the experiment. It should not be more than a few lines in length.
5- references: Referencing should be carried out in a consistent manner in APA 6th style.
6- appendices: should contain information relevant to the experiment but which doesn”t add to the report itself.

Raw data, computer programs, equations used in statistical analysis, consent forms, anthropometric forms (blank) are usually found in the appendices