Curves 90-Day Challenge Program is more effective than other popular weight loss programs

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2012 Experimental Biology Abstracts April 25, 2012 The latest Curves research was presented at the 2012 Experimental Biology Annual Meeting on April 25, 2012 in San Diego, CA.   The abstracts below and 2012 FASEB Poster Presentations summarize results from a comparitive effectiveness trial that evaluated the efficacy of following several popular weight loss programs for 12-weeks  (Curves 90 Challenge, Weight …

ESNL researchers present papers at the 23rd International Sport Science Congress at Keimyung University in Daegu, Korea

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Korean Society of Exercise Nutrition – KAHPERD Dr. Kreider and Peter Jung (doctoral student) traveled to Keimyung University in South Korea to attend the Korean Society for Exercise Nutrition session at the 23rd International Sport Science Congress on August 26, 2011.  This conference preceeded the 2011 IAAF Track & Field World Championships that were held in Daegu, South Korea.  Dr. Kreider presented a paper overviewing the ESNL and ISSN nutritional …

Data presented at the 2011 NSCA conference shows that the Curves with Zumba workout meets recommended exercise intensity guidelines

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EXERCISE INTENSITY AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE ASSESSMENT OF PERFORMING THE CURVES WITH ZUMBA WORKOUT C. Baetge, B. Lockard, J. Oliver, M. Mardock, M. Byrd, S. Simbo, Y. Jung, D. Khanna, M. Koozehchian, A. Jagim, R. Dalton, H. Kim, J. Kresta, T. Leopold, K. Horrell, C. Rasmussen, M. Greenwood, R. B. Kreider; Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab, Texas A&M University, College Station, …

JISSN’s debut ISI impact factor of 2.68 places it within the top 12% in the sport science category of peer reviewed journals

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JISSN Official Impact Factor Released     The Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (JISSN) published by BioMed Central has been undergoing a citation review to determine it’s official ISI Impact Factor.  A journals impact factor represents the average number of times articles published in that journal have been cited in the literature over the past two years. A journal’s Impact Factor is often used as a …