After all these years, one thing I constantly find myself saying to my clients/athletes is, “Get a notebook.” I want them to have a permanent record of what they are doing when they do sessions with me. Even when I give explanations as to why it’s important, my conversion rate is low …
In 2012 a study examining body fat and fracture risk received widespread media attention. This was one of those cases where the media got a bit too carried away. At the time the study dis not come from a peer-reviewed journal. It was therefore not a completed study assessed for quality by other scientists.
Scientific research is a search for knowledge that brings us closer to one or more truths about how the world works. In its most basic form, scientific research (and the scientific method) begin and end with evidence.
Science for Fitness (SFF) has received a major design makeover. It has been a long time coming and now that the new website is live, we are able to offer more products, resources, and information than we ever could before.