It is common for people in the gym to rest too long or short between sets during exercise and this can negatively impact progress. Our latest post discusses rest intervals and how to use the research to select rest intervals appropriate to your goal.
For individuals suffering from pre-existing digestive troubles like irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease, low-FODMAP eating can offer great relief. This blog post discusses FODMAP foods and the evidence behind low-FODMAP diets.
People often experience gradual muscle soreness following an workout and what causes this pain? Many attribute this delayed pain to tight muscles or lactate acid. Take an evidenced based approach to understanding delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
Evidence-based personal training uses the highest source of knowledge to inform decision making. It also combines this knowledge with the experience, skills, and creativity of a trainer. This blog post looks at evidence-based personal training and its necessity within the profession.
Daily undulating periodisation (DUP) is a concept that uses daily manipulation of training variables to maximise a desired adaptation. This blog post discusses periodisation, what it means, and the potential benefits of applying an undulating approach to one's exercise program.
Typical recommendation for post-workout nutrition is to consume nutrients immediately following exercise. However, support for this recommendation is far from definitive. This blog post discusses the research on nutrient timing and challenges traditional guidelines.
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