Jeff Barnett

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"Don't let your knees go past your toes" is a common coaching cue for the squat. But is it really the best way to do it? Not always, suggests a recent study.
Everybody wants power, but how do you obtain it? A new study sheds some light on how to train power with the push press and jump squat.
A new study found when it comes to recovery mode and duration, the interaction between the two is what matters most in optimizing sprint performance.
Youth soccer is firmly entrenched in American culture, whereas strength training is a bit controversial. A new study shows lifting weights makes kids better soccer players.
A new study suggests leg strength carries over into plyometrics, particularly while doing drop jumps. Female rugby players could also sustain their jumps for a longer period of time.
What's the best way to psych up before a lift, sprint, or other athletic attempt? A new study found visualization blows other methods out of the water.
In a recent study, cyclists who exercised outdoors not only enjoyed themselves more, but also performed better than indoor cyclists.
The blood type diet has garnered quite a following since its introduction, but a new study suggests it might not actually work. In fact, it seems maybe we should all eat similar diets.
A lot of studies have examined the role of aerobic exercise in diabetes prevention. The newest research demonstrates resistance exercise can also reduce the risk.
Fast food is often demonized as the root cause of the obesity epidemic, but a new study suggests the Western diet is more to blame.
Beta-alanine supplements cost a heck of a lot more than plain old baking soda, but do they work any better? A new study suggests the answer is no.
A new research review suggests you probably don't need to eat a whole salmon immediately after your workout. The anabolic window for protein intake might just be bro-science.