For Serious Results, Add Play to Training
Play and laughter has been shown to have numerous benefits for training.
Melony dos Remedios
Change Your Story to Change Your Performance
Believing you can improve is one thing but doing something about it is a different beast.
More Muscle Mass Means a Higher Protein Intake, Right?
New research has found individuals with more muscle mass do not need relatively more protein after resistance training.
Study Uses GPS Technology to Predict Injuries
New research indicates injuries could be predicted ahead of time in future.
The Myth of Injury Prevention
I call out all the fitness specialists who would have you believe they can prevent sport and training-related injury.
The Case Against Antioxidants
Existing research provides evidence that a diet high in antioxidants can cause harm to health levels, rather than boost them.
The Use of Protein Powder for Fat Loss
Upping your protein intake is proven to help weight loss. Here's some golden rules to follow when using powder supplements.
Jaime Rose Chambers
3 Training Truths You Know But Aren’t Doing
You know these. I know you know these. So start doing them.
The Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on Muscle Strength in Athletes
A new study suggests when it comes to supplementing with vitamin D, the source makes all the difference.
Higher Unsaturated Fat Intake Associated With Lower Mortality Rates
This study claims to be the most detailed and powerful examination to date on how dietary fats impact health.
Webster and Tiler Selected for British Olympic Weightlifting Team
Two young athletes have been named to the British team headed to Rio.
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