Effects of the CrossFit Exercise Data Analysis on Body Composition and Blood Profiles

  • Eun-Ju CHOI Division of Sport Sciences, Konkuk University, Chungju-si, Korea
  • Wi-Young SO Sports and Health Care Major, Korea National University of Transportation, Chungju-si, Korea
  • Taikyeong Ted. JEONG Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Seoul Women’s University, Seoul, Korea
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Effects of the CrossFit Exercise Data Analysis on Body  Composition and Blood Profiles


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How to Cite
CHOI E-J, SO W-Y, JEONG TT. Effects of the CrossFit Exercise Data Analysis on Body Composition and Blood Profiles. Iran J Public Health. 46(9):1292-1294.
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