This article is a live case study, of a ‘trained athlete’ carrying out prescribed exercises and timing from the scientifically proven Modified Linear Periodised Programme for Loading. Taken from Brad Schoenfeld’s book Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy. Schoenfeld is considered by many to be the strength and hypertrophy specialist.
Everything from your physiology to your eye colour is affected by a genetic code. But what are the genetic influences on nutrition?
Save the date, 5th December 2018. We will be joined by Head of Performance Support for the Great Britain Cycling Team Dr Paul Barratt. He will present a free webinar on biomechanical data titled All models are wrong, but some are useful: How biomechanical data can support decision-making in performance sport.
Sport has the potential to change people’s lives. What are the responsibilities of coaches and how can they inspire players to learn, achieve and develop?
We are delighted to be joined by Dr Lee Romer for this free webinar titled – Respiratory influences on oxygen transport, fatigue and exercise performance. In partnership with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES).
The topic of when to start pointe work has been hotly debated in recent years. But, how can you tell when a dancer is ready?
What is the best way to get fit and stay fit? Our new book, Clinical Exercise Physiology 4th Edition shares key insights on how to develop a lifelong pattern of regular, safe and effective physical activity from the unique perspective of a Clinical Exercise Physiologist.
Self-myofascial release isn’t a new concept. It can help with recovery and pain relief. Here’s a few exercises that can relieve pain using a tennis ball.