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, …
A structured exercise and diet program promotes more favorable changes in body composition and weight maintenance than a meal-replacement based diet with encouragement to exercise.
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 …
ESNL Research Associate, Anthony Almada, receives Burton Kallman Scientific Award from the Natural Products Association
2011 ISSN Annual Meeting Comparative effectiveness of two popular weight loss programs in women I: body composition and resting energy expenditure M Mardock, B Lockard, JM Oliver, M Byrd, S Simbo, A Jagim, JY Kresta, C Baetge, Y Jung, M Koozehchian, D Khanna, M. Greenwood, C Rasmussen, R Kreider. Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX …
Carbohydrate-restricted diet during resistance training promotes more favorable changes in body composition and markers of health in women with and without insulin resistance
Ingesting creatine with fenugreek promotes similar training adaptations than creatine and carbohydrate
Effects of Intermittent Dieting During Resistance Training in Women I: Weight Loss and Energy Expenditure
AlzChem Trostber GmbH has provided grant funding to the ESNL to conduct a study entitled “Comparison of Different Forms of Creatine on Creatine Availability, Retention, and Training Adaptations”. IRB approval has been obtained and participant recruitment will begin this summer. See details on the participant recruitment page.
Creatine monohydrate remains best form of creatine