Tag Archives: Research

What The Science Says: Beta-Alanine Supplementation

In the locker room things start to…tingle. First your lips…then your entire face. One minute, you’re looking like Tyrone Biggums and the next you feel like […]

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Pain: Sticks and Stones

“Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, but Words Will?…” The next time you get under a heavy barbell, give yourself the following cues: Don’t round […]

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What The Science Says: Creatine

Have you heard that creatine supplementation can cause kidney failure? What about how it’s as dangerous for kids to take as steroids? Or, has the meathead […]

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Lab to Leg Day: How to be a Scientific Strength and Conditioning Coach

Recent research suggests that 6-weeks of whole body vibration training improves vertical jump training (Rubio-Arias et al., 2017). Additionally, drinking an ice slushy will help athletes […]

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PA Radio – Episode 237: Brett Bartholomew

Brett Bartholomew brings some pretty amazing insight to the show today, citing sociological studies and history as the foundation for his coaching approach.

Power Athlete Radio – Episode 237

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PA Radio – Episode 172: Jay Dawes

Confirm or Deny your Principles. Every well rounded strength and conditioning program has two distinct elements. At PAHQ, we refer to those experiences as Science Class […]

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PA Radio – Episode 138: Dr Kirk Parsley

Sleep like a baby. Perform like a boss. Well, ladies and gentlemen, despite last week’s accusation from our British temp, Chauncey, I did not lose my […]

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