Stress Fractures

What's up ? This is THE stephane ANDRE. With my training, I'm interested in biomechanics to avoid injuries. I read « Sport Medicine Media Guide » and I learned some good stuff. A stress fracture is an overuse injury. Human body creates a new bone to replace a bone that has been broken due to the stress of everyday life. This process is…

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Manage Your Amino Acids

What's up ? This is THE stephane ANDRE !!! I watched a Jamcore DZ's video  and I learned some good stuff. To put it simply, protein is an assembly of amino acids which means that you have to eat protein so that your body can have amino acids. There are a total 20 amino acids, 8 are essential and 12 nonessential. Be…

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Meniscal Tears

What's up ? This is THE stephane ANDRE. With my training, I'm interested in biomechanics to avoid injuries. I read « Sport Medicine Media Guide » and I learned some good stuff. Meniscus tear Meniscal tear is one of the most common knee injuries in athletes. This is caused after a contact injury or a traumatic twist. The meniscus is a wedge-shaped cartilage…

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Chi-Square Test With More Than 2 Categories

I have just enrolled in a Data Science course on Udemy  and I learned good stuff. In this article, we will do a Chi-square test with more than 2 categories. We will use the A/B test « Country » which has 3 categories which corresponds to 3 countries : German, Spain and France. Select « Gender Actual » tab, make a copy with a right-click…

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Validate Data Mining In Tableau With A Chi-Square Test

I have just enrolled in a Data Science course on Udemy  and I learned good stuff. In this article we will start using statistics. Don't worry we'll do something simple, we'll use the Chi-square test in a basic way. There is a special section to learn how to do statistics at an advanced level. I'll explain why we're going to…

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Combine 2 charts

I have just enrolled in a Data Science course on Udemy  and I learned good stuff. We'll move to the next level. We'll work with 2 bar charts in parallel to have a more efficient data mining. In a previous article, we created 2 different bar charts. The 1st was an A/B test (actually, it's a classification test) that told…

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Create Bins and View Distributions

I have just enrolled in a Data Science course on Udemy  and I learned good stuff. It's cool, you finished the 1st part. Now we're going to do more deep Data Mining analysis with this bank's dataset. To make these analyzes more deep, we'll create a more statistical approach. To do that we will create a new tab. For this…

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Proteins And Kideys

I watched a Jamcore DZ's video  and I learned a lot of stuff. When I started to train in a gym. I often asked myself this question : « How much protein do I have to eat at each meal ? ». I asked this question to people in the gym and I had several different answers. For example, someone told me that if…

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Boost Your Marketing Based On Science (Part 1)

I watched an Olivier Roland's video and I learned good stuff. Let's see what neuroscience found on things that influence people to buy. The book of Michel Badoc and Anne-Sophie Bayle-Touroulou « Le neuro-consommateur » (in french)  helps us better to understand this. It's a book that has been written for other researchers and academics. This is why this book is very interesting…

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Understand How Your Workout Works In Your Body (Part 2)

I watched a Jamcore DZ's video  and I learned good stuff. If you didn't read the Part 1, click here. Knowing your type of morphology (ectomorph, mesomorph or endomorph) helps a lot to select a training program. Morphology Ectomorph An ectomorph tends to be thin, and struggles to gain weight as either body fat or muscle. They can eat piles…

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Dataset For Data Mining

I have just enrolled in a Data Science course on Udemy  and I learned good stuff. To have the dataset to do Data Mining, you need to go to the superdatascience website . In « Part.1 Visualization », you see the section « How to use Tableau for Data Mining ». Click on « Churn Modeling » to download the file. Once you have downloaded the…

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Should You Arch Your Back ?

I read a Frederic Delavier’s book « Strength Training Anatomy » and I learned good stuff. Audio file: For people who don’t have vertebral pathology, arching their back during an exercise isn't a problem. Arching a little bit the back for exercises such deadlift or squat is necessary because the spine is rounded so arching a little bit the back helps avoid…

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