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…every pre-workout supplement containing it, we’re going to look at what the science says about beta-alanine and if it is safe for your athletes to consume. What is beta-alanine? Beta-alanine…Read More
…in children. Br J Sports Med , 46 (9), 669-674. Dufek, J. S., & Bates, B. T. (1990). The evaluation and prediction of impact forces during landings. Medicine and Science…Read More
…their true maximum. This is not opinion; this is what the research says(1). Instead of high repetition sets, it may be more beneficial for lower repetition sets with a higher…Read More
…boom of science-based methods of training that promise big gains. But what does it mean to be “science-based”? Is that the same as being scientific? Is one approach better than…Read More
…doctor’s office. He opens the file, shows it to me, I read it and it says it’s a complete tear of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament. It takes a second to…Read More