Discrepancies in HMB-FA and ATP research

This letter addresses a number of discrepancies found in several publications related HMB-FA and ATP supplementation.

Latest Articles

The latest from yours truly and some interesting finds from around the web.

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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Coaches and Sport Science College

I always enjoy the Coaches and Sport Science College. It is by far one of, if not the best sport science conference in the United States. This year it will be held on December 9 & 10. The Coaches and Sport Science College is held in the Millennium Centre each year...

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The Goods

The stuff I use and things I read.

Advanced Strength and Conditioning: An Evidence-based Approach

Click here to get Advanced Strength and Conditioning! Becoming an effective strength and conditioning practitioner requires the development of a professional skills set and a thorough understanding of the scientific basis of best practice. Aimed at advanced students...

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...

The Personal Side

Some of my adventures other interests (politics, education, economics and other worthy finds)

Park Time

The entire family getting some plays in at the park. So much fun to watch Murphy grow up (quickly) with his big sister.

Meet Murphy

Meet Murphy, our new family member! I told Christy, “once you have a Great Dane, you will never want another kind of dog.”

Johnson City visit

It was nice getting back to Johnson City, TN for a few days. Weather was great, Blue Plum on the weekend, good watering…

Antigua Trip

I am finally getting around to posting our pictures from the Antigua trip we took in May. We stayed in a villa near Jolly Harbor.

A Screaming Kona

Maybe one of the funniest things ever 😉 Kona has brought us so many smiles and laughs the last couple of years.

Saint Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is a madhouse in Savannah but just north in Hilton Head is a slower pace for us old folks!

My favorite two lumps on a log

The don’t look like lumps, but these two are certainly my two favorite lumps on a log. She will follow her mom anywhere. 

Hilton Head and Blufton

Almost Christmas and spending time at the beach with my best friends. Blufton is a great little town and Hilton Head…

The Florida Keys

We are extremely fortunate to have such easy access to the waters of the Florida Keys. Was a great trip with my ladies.

Wassaw Island

The morning started off with some rough weather but the fog made for great backdrop. Wassaw Island is amazing!

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