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From Molecular Medicine To Finishing Line

By Research in Sports Medicine

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During the past decade or so, nutrition arguably becomes the critical factor behind sport success, with many top-level athletes and “weekend warriors” recognize and practice specific dietary interventions like never before! In aim to promote comprehensive evidence-based approach to sport nutrition (and debunk few myths), Research in Sports Medicine launched this special issue, covering a wide range of topics related to the discipline – from fundamental science that addresses subcellular and molecular issues in exercise metabolism and nutrition, to practical dietary approaches that target specific sport disciplines.

Eat to compete: evidence-based perspectives for health and performanceSergej M. Ostojic
Metabolic adaptations to endurance training and nutrition strategies influencing performanceConrad P. Earnest, Jeff Rothschild, Christopher R. Harnish & Alireza Naderi
Redox homeostasis in sport: do athletes really need antioxidant support?Ambra Antonioni, Cristina Fantini, Ivan Dimauro & Daniela Caporossi
Considerations for ultra-endurance activities: part 1- nutritionRicardo J.S. Costa, Martin D. Hoffman & Trent Stellingwerff
Considerations for ultra-endurance activities: part 2 – hydrationMartin D. Hoffman, Trent Stellingwerff & Ricardo J.S. Costa
High-protein diets in trained individualsJose Antonio
Benefits of β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate supplementation in trained and untrained individualsYftach Gepner, Alyssa N. Varanoske, David Boffey & Jay R. Hoffman
Applications of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation for sport performanceJordan D. Philpott, Oliver C. Witard & Stuart D.R. Galloway
Effects of acute ingestion of caffeine on team sports performance: a systematic review and meta-analysisJordan D. Philpott, Oliver C. Witard & Stuart D.R. Galloway
Factors influencing ultra-endurance athletes food choices: an adapted food choice questionnaireC Blennerhassett, L.R. McNaughton & S.A Sparks

Research in Sports Medicine

Research in Sports Medicine is a broad journal that aims to bridge the gap between all professionals in the fields of sports medicine. The journal covers major aspects of sports medicine and sports science - prevention, management, and rehabilitation of sports, exercise and physical activity related injuries.

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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