A new infographic in the series from @YLMSportScience for Human Kinetics shows poorer aerobic fitness increases the risk of injury at a given training load. The original journal article can be found in the current issue of International Journal of Physiology and Performance.
A research team from the University of Birmingham has found that extended rest intervals in between repetitions might help with muscle growth.
The increasingly popular wrist-worn fitness tracking bands may be underestimating exercise levels by up to 40 per cent, a new study has found.
New research has suggested that the fitness levels of UK schoolchildren are being hindered by ‘lazy summer holidays’.
This free webinar will take an extensive look at the impact of diet on ADHD, including best nutrition for the growing brain as well as specific diets that could benefit those with the disorder.
A new infographic in the series by @YLMSportScience for Human Kinetics.
The 21st Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS) is taking place on from the 6th-9th July 2016, in Vienna, Austria.
A study published in the British Dental Journal has found that a rising number of 12-14 year olds are regularly drinking sports drinks. These drinks pose an increased risk of obesity and tooth decay, concluded the Cardiff University School of Denistry survey.