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Fat-free Mass Characteristics of Muscular Physique Athletes.

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Summary of "Fat-free Mass Characteristics of Muscular Physique Athletes."

Simple body composition models, such as two-compartment models, employ assumptions which may be violated in specific athletic populations (e.g. the constancy of fat-free mass density [DFFM] and hydration [
TBW:
FFM]). The present analysis examined FFM characteristics of muscular physique athletes.

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Name: Medicine and science in sports and exercise
ISSN: 1530-0315
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