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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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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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Becoming a Supple Leopard by Kelly Starrett: Book Review

Becoming a Supple Leopard by Kelly Starrett: Book Review

August 17 2013

Becoming a Supple Leopard: Here is my review of the the national best seller, “Becoming a Supple Leopard” by Kelly Starrett

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Is it Better to be Overweight?

Is it Better to be Overweight?

July 06 2013

Should you be overweight, normal, or obese to live longer? This was the subject of a recent study that created quite a lot of stir among researchers and the media.

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Muscle Memory Solved

Muscle Memory Solved

March 17 2013

‘Muscle memory’ has always been a mystery. But now it seems like we finally have an answer.

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All I care about are results and not evidence or science

All I care about are results and not evidence or science

October 20 2012

This is one of the most common arguments against science or an evidence-based approach. How true or how wrong is this statement?

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How to be Happy in Life: A Scientific Approach

How to be Happy in Life: A Scientific Approach

May 15 2012

There are plenty of tips and recommendations to be happy. But what does the science say?

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