Decreasing body fat is a common goal for many people around the world. Whether for health reasons, sports performance or aesthetics.
Academic sport science books are a great investment in your future. Do you study sport science or thinking about going to university to study this exciting subject? Want to know what are the best sport science books? Well, we have compiled a list of the most adopted academic texts throughout Europe.
Understand the macronutrient intake of professional footballers in this scientifically researched report using six Premier League football players.
Caffeine has been getting a lot of hype in recent years but does caffeine improve your workout? Even with a wealth of current research and literature backing the claims that caffeine is a good pre-workout supplement, there are people who disagree with its usage and/or disagree with its effectiveness. Muhdo have run a small research study to see what, if anything, they could find. But before that let us have a brief overview of caffeine.
Ian Craig explains what integrative sports nutrition (aka functional nutrition) is, how it differs from traditional sports nutrition and why it matters now.
There comes a time in every athlete’s career when they need to take a break. It might be the offseason, they might be injured or maybe they just need a rest to recover after a long stint of training. Whether you’re a professional athlete, regular gym goer or just play a lot of sport, rest is important, sometimes it may even be forced upon us through injury. Here are some tips on how to maintain muscle and fitness levels when you’re on a break.
Looking to get bigger and stronger? Jim Stoppani PhD gives you all the help and advice you’ll need when it comes to choosing the best supplements for strength and size.
Heather Mangieri’s Fueling Young Athletes contains a variety of recipes and smoothies for active children. Here at Human Kinetics, we decided to make the delicious and nutritious Green Smoothie