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Five nutrition principles every strength trainer should follow

Creator of Power Eating program reveals secrets to superior performance read more
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Employ exercise as a tool for helping cancer patients

Employ exercise as a tool for helping cancer patients

Exercise management for persons with cancer requires extensive individualization by the exercise professional. read more
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How to meet your nutrition needs as a vegetarian endurance athlete

Former elite athlete offers tips for maintaining a protein-rich diet in new book read more
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Jogging offers same health benefits as walking

Jogging offers same health benefits as walking

Jogging is the next natural step from walking. Jogging is a form of trotting or running at a slow or leisurely pace with the main intention to increase fitness, endurance, and caloric expenditure. read more
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Tips for eating right after exercise

Tips for eating right after exercise

Athletes need to be reminded about the importance of fueling after exercise and making this a priority. Make sure that before they shower, text message, put on the i-Pod, or drive home from practice, they eat to replete! read more
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Six-pack abs possible with full-body training

Six-pack abs possible with full-body training

Top trainer explains why a sculpted mid-section requires more than crunches read more
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Exercise programming for patients with Alzheimer's Disease

Exercise programming for patients with Alzheimer's Disease

Learn the recommendations, precautions, and special considerations associated with exercise programming for patients with Alzheimer’s Disease. read more
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Design and control of resistance training workout using load, velocity power and the rate of perceived exertion

Design and control of resistance training workout using load, velocity power and the rate of perceived exertion

Dr. Fernando Naclerio hosted the webinar "Design and control of resistance training workout using load, velocity power and the rate of perceived exertion" read more
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You might be fit now but you'll be fat by forty: the inevitability of human sloth

You might be fit now but you'll be fat by forty: the inevitability of human sloth

Professor Jonathan Doust, FBASES hosted the webinar, "You might be fit now but you’ll be fat by forty: the inevitability of human sloth" read more
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I Want to Perform Better: So How Should I Feel and What Should I Do?

I Want to Perform Better: So How Should I Feel and What Should I Do?

Prof. Andy Lane, FBASES presented the webinar, "I Want to Perform Better: So How Should I Feel and What Should I Do? read more
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