Month: August 2016

NSCA Georgia State Clinic

We are hosting the NSCA Georgia State Clinic at Armstrong State University on November 12, 2016. This will be an exceptional state clinic with some of the best minds in strength and conditioning I know. Click here to register at the NSCA. Here are the details from the NSCA website. Georgia State Clinic Date: November 12, 2016 Location Armstrong State University University Hall, Building 14, Room 156 11935 Abercorn St Savannah, GA 31419 Hosted by Chris Bailey, PhD, CSCS, RSCC +1 706-880-8115 CEUs: NSCA 0.9 IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Topics and speakers subject to change without prior notification. This clinic may have hands on sessions. Participants are asked to dress comfortably and only participate within their physical limitations.   NSCA Georgia State Clinic Location Clinic Rates Cutoff days are by postmark Thru November 1 After November 1* NSCA Member Rate $90 $135 Student Rate $25 $35 Non-Member Rate $110 $155 *If sufficient quantities are unavailable, onsite and late registrants may not receive lunch, t-shirt, etc. (if applicable).  Refund Policy All refund requests must be submitted in WRITING and should include the reason for cancellation. NO refunds will be accepted via phone. 50% refund if postmarked through November 1, 2016. NO REFUNDS after November 1, 2016. Schedule 7:00am-8:00am Check-in and On-site Registration 8:00am-8:50am The Importance of Qualified and Certified Strength & Conditioning Coaches: A Message to Athletic Directors and Principals 8:55am-9:45am Sets,...

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Muscle protein synthesis, whole‐body resistance exercise and whey protein

The response of muscle protein synthesis following whole‐body resistance exercise is greater following 40 g than 20 g of ingested whey protein The current thought is that post-training protein synthesis is maxed out with 20-25 grams of whey. However, much of the literature addressing protein requirements post resistance training have used protocols that include multiple sets of only a single exercise targeting a single muscle group. Since a single training session should most often target multiple muscle groups with multiple exercises, it is reasonable that maximal protein synthesis may be supported by higher protein intake. Nice to see some additional evidence where training is more similar to what may actually be implemented. As always, it is probably best to simply cover all of your basis and don’t wait until training has ended. Eat a reasonable pre-training meal. Sip on a whey/carb shake while training. Finish or have another whey/carb shake post training (or just eat a good meal). The response of muscle protein synthesis following whole‐body resistance exercise is greater following 40 g than 20 g of ingested whey protein Abstract The currently accepted amount of protein required to achieve maximal stimulation of myofibrillar protein synthesis (MPS) following resistance exercise is 20–25 g. However, the influence of lean body mass (LBM) on the response of MPS to protein ingestion is unclear. Our aim was to assess the influence of LBM, both...

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