Who Pays? The Funding, Growth and Quality of College Athletics

This episode was originally published at www.teawithdrg.com. Episode 2 - Who Pays? The Funding, Growth and Quality of College Athletics Episode Details In this episode we talk with Dr. David Ridpath about the growth and future of college athletics, the sometimes...

The State of Union Between Strength & Conditioning, Sport Science and Academics

This was originally published at www.teawithdrg.com. Episode 1 - The State of Union Between Strength & Conditioning, Sport Science and Academics Episode Details In the first episode of Tea with Dr.G and Coach C, we had the privilege of chatting with Dr. William...

A response from The European Journal of Applied Physiology

A couple of months back me and Stuart Phillips published a letter to the editor in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism (https://nutritionandmetabolism.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12986-017-0201-7). Of course, we have not received a response yet and do not...

Discrepancies in publications related to HMB-FA and ATP supplementation

This article was originally published in Nutrition & Metabolism. You can view this article on the web, as a PDF or as an EPUB. I have also included supplementary email correspondence at ResearchGate. Discrepancies in publications related to HMB-FA and ATP...

Off-season Training – Implementation and Challenges

We had a lot of fun hosting the NSCA Georgia State Clinic at Armstrong State University this year. Here is my presentation from the conference. Keep in mind this was certainly more about the challenges to implementation than the actual sets and reps. Click here to...

The Demands of a Single Elimination College Tennis Tournament

Figured I would share some of the most recent work from one of our ongoing projects. This was presented as a post at the 2016 Georgia State NSCA Clinic in Savannah, GA and the 2016 ETSU Coaches and Sport Science College in Johnson City, TN. Click here to download as...

Diigo – POWERFUL research and outlining workflow

As an academic, researcher, or hoarder of knowledge, Diigo solves a series of problems that you may not have considered to be problems (YET). So what are the problems? Imagine writing an article and you read 10, 20, 30, or 100 articles on a topic from PDFs and other...

Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes

Click here to get Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes Monitoring Training and Performance in Athletes is currently on pre-order but it is sure to be a excellent resource for sport scientists and strength and conditioning coaches alike. The use of athlete...

Athletic Movement Skills: Training for Sports Performance

Click here to get Athletic Movement Skills: Training for Sports Performance The unifying theme of every elite athlete and every spectacular performance is movement. It’s the basis for what we recognize as athleticism. It’s the foundation for athletic skill and the...

Sportably is now responsive

I am pretty stoked about the Sportably update we pushed out today! First and foremost, Sportably has been rebuilt from the ground up and transitioned to a responsive design. Previously, only the Monitoring section of the site played nice with mobile devices. With this...