Sports Science Monthly – June 2017

Welcome back to another installment of sports science monthly. We kick off this month with a look at strength training frequency and how it might represent a worthwhile avenue for exploration in well-trained athletes looking to gain muscle. We also have a review article examining nutritional periodization, how beliefs can affect how much of an improvement you see from a sports supplement, a case report on rhabdomyolysis, and a look at a new model proposed to explain fatigue. Let’s get going.

About Craig

Craig Pickering is a former sprinter who bronze a World Championship bronze in the 4x100m relay and qualified for the olympics in both track and field and the bobsled. He studied and currently works in the field of sports science and performance.

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