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Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The Key to a Longer Life

Cardiorespiratory Fitness: The Key to a Longer Life

July 09 2017

If you ever thought about living longer, then this article is for you.

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Miscellaneous Thoughts - A Gene to Drug, Rippetoe on running, and March for Science

Miscellaneous Thoughts - A Gene to Drug, Rippetoe on running, and March for Science

May 30 2017

Here are a few topics that I have come across recently and my thoughts/comments.

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Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise & Nutrition: Common Misconceptions and Criticisms

Evidence-Based Practice in Exercise & Nutrition: Common Misconceptions and Criticisms

March 02 2017

In this article, myself and Brad Schoenfeld will address some of the common misconceptions and criticisms of EBP in nutrition and fitness.

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What is a P Value?

What is a P Value?

December 31 2016

P value is the most important value in research, yet most folks don’t get it.If you are interested in research or read studies, you should know about this p-value.

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How to Check the Quality of a Research Article

How to Check the Quality of a Research Article

November 25 2016

This is one of the most important aspects of a research study, yet the most overlooked or ignored aspect by both researchers and readers.

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Over 50? Start Power Training

Over 50? Start Power Training

August 25 2016

What is power training? And why should you do power training if you are over 50.

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Can exercise prevent the decline in physical function in older adults?

Can exercise prevent the decline in physical function in older adults?

May 25 2015

If you are a personal trainer or over 50, you should read about this recent exercise trial in older adults to prevent disability. So read on:

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Are low reps or high reps better for muscle growth in trained lifters?

Are low reps or high reps better for muscle growth in trained lifters?

September 30 2014

If you are a trained lifter, which repetition range is better for muscle growth? This was the question asked by a recent study.

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What should fitness professionals understand about pain and injury?

What should fitness professionals understand about pain and injury?

January 08 2014

If you are a fitness professional, this is one of the most important articles you will ever read in your life about pain and injury.

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Studies are conflicting so I don’t believe in scientific studies

Studies are conflicting so I don’t believe in scientific studies

October 11 2013

The is one of the most common arguments against an evidence based approach or scientific approach.. What is wrong with this argument.

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