Jan 9, 2024
Effects of intermittent fasting on sports performance

Intermittent fasting has been a popular dietary pattern; notwithstanding its popularity, its impact on sports performance is unclear. Various dietary patterns or protocols have emerged in recent years to reduce or amplify physical exercise-derived adaptations... more »

Jan 3, 2024
Illinois med student helping bridge the gap in concussion research for high schoolers

New research from the Carle Illinois College of Medicine suggests there are new ways to improve detecting concussions in high school student-athletes. A recent story from WCIA.com detailed the research being done at the Carle... more »

Jan 3, 2024
Study: Biomechanical traits of the best free throw shooters

Basketball season is in full swing, and in a close game, the team that makes the highest percentage of free throws can often eke out the win. A better understanding of the precise biomechanics of... more »

Jan 3, 2024
NASM announces new course on bodybuilding meal prep

The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), the global leader in fitness and wellness training certifications, kicks off the new year with the introduction of the NASM Bodybuilding Meal Prep Made Easy course. This master... more »

Jan 3, 2024
5 components of a strong off-season training program

The main purpose of the off-season training schedule is to help improve your on-field performance. For field sport athletes such as American football that means balancing a whole array of different training qualities. You might... more »

Jan 2, 2024
Pennsylvania ATC wants expanded authority for athletic trainers

The athletic training profession is often misunderstood by the general public. The title of an athletic trainer may not even describe their job duties effectively. The training and education it takes to receive athletic training... more »

Jan 2, 2024
Study: Ketone supplements may backfire on endurance athletes

Kinesiologists at McMaster University have found ketone supplements, used by some athletes hoping to cross the finish line faster, may worsen performance. The new study, published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism,... more »

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