Resistance Training Improves a Plethora of Health Parameters in the Elderly

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The Hip in Ice Hockey Part 1: The Role of the Hip and Non-contact Injuries in Sport

Sporting injuries can be caused by contact (e.g traumatic) or non-contact (e.g overuse) mechanisms in nature, with contact injuries more often being associated with extrinsic risk factors, which are out of the control of the athlete in a single, identifiable incident [1-5].

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An Overview of Common Dietary Assessment Methods Used with Athletes

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Prior Night’s Sleep and Training Load Impact Perceived Well-Being the Next Day in Young Athletes

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Heart Rate Variability (HRV) in Sport: A Review of the Research

Most athletes and sport science personnel understand the importance of recovery after exercise, which is defined as the return of body homeostasis after training to pre-training or near pre-training levels [28].

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Practical Nutrition Strategies to Improve Post-Game Recovery

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Beginning Post-Injury Rehabilitation Sooner, Rather than Later, Accelerates Return to Pain-Free Sport Participation in Athletes

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Simple Ways to Get Better Treatment Results Even When the Treatment isn’t Working, or is Actually a Placebo

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5 Factors That Determine How Much Fat is Burned During Exercise

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How to Structure Protein Intake to Optimize Muscle Growth During Periods of Resistance Training

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Program Design for Long-Term Athletic Development in Youth Athletes

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What You Need to Know About Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training

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This Golden Spice Improves Multiple Facets of Human Health and Athletic Performance

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How Injury Occurs in Sport: A Multifactorial Model

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Plyometrics Training in Water Results in Better Performance Outcomes Compared With Its Traditional, Land-Based Counterpart

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These Are 10 Signs You Should be Screened for Diabetes Mellitus, The American Diabetes Association Says

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Combining High-Intensity Interval Training and Resistance Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

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Nutrition Strategy to Optimize Recovery After a Soccer Match

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NFL Elite Quarterback Comparison: Where They Were Drafted

NFL Quarterbacks who are considered to be the best to have ever played the game have significant variability in where they were drafted. Will anyone in the 2018 draft class become elite? Only time will tell!

Simple Tips for Consistent Training Progress

Manipulate these variables during training to consistently increase the amount of work you’re capable of doing, physically. Getting better isn’t exclusively measured by the amount of weight on the bar. Performing an exercise with more control, exercise more days/week, doing 1 more repetition or set, and decreasing rest periods are all forms of improvement!