There were just over half a dozen papers published in the past week in fitness, nutrition and exercise science, but the topics are intriguing. See how HIIT can reshape metabolism, understand the effects of antibiotics on performance and learn how kids' healthy eating can be improved by making produce easily accessible.
It's been a slow week in science but we still found a handful of papers that are super relevant of a range of personal training clients.
In this week's edition of Science Weekly, we see obesity discussed from multiple angles and how specific nutrition and exercise interventions may affect our brain and may offer solutions in warding off dementia.
This week there are papers for all kinds of personal trainers. Whether you work with prenatal women, children, or those with lifestyle conditions, you'll find something helpful to pass on to your clients. If you're a geek like us, you see multiple findings to get you intrigued.
An intriguing variety of topics have come up in the papers published in fitness, exercise, and nutrition science this past week. Running speed seems to be dictated by energy efficiency. Kids' health needs more attention post-lockdowns, and scientists investigated the role of the brain networks in weight loss, among other matters.
This week scientists published papers on a wide range of topics including the benefits of exercise and the effects of diet during pregnancy, how sodium could be reduced by the food sector or that genes may have a say in food tolerance based on a fruit fly study.
This week's collection of scientific papers covers a wide range of topics, including how sleep affects fat stores around the midsection, how humanity's taste for booze may originate in primates, how adapted Tai Chi practice can help stroke survivors and more.
We found many impactful studies published in the world of fitness, nutrition and exercise science in the past week. Well worth a read for personal trainers and their clients.
This week we can learn more about how exercise benefits the ageing population, understand how the Nordic diet might improve health markers even if there is no weight loss or about a potential obesity treatment that works for women only.
A great range and variety of topics were examined in the studies published by scientists in the fitness, nutrition and sports science fields this past week. From weight loss research to bulimia nervosa, from the benefits of specific exercise methods on sleep to the effects of liquid fructose on fatty liver disease, you'll find intriguing results that your clients will appreciate.