Trainers who train kids, trainers who have clients with life altering conditions like obesity or Type 2 diabetes and even trainers who are somewhat geeks and love some tech will all find last week's published papers useful.
The last two weeks of 2020 were a little slower in the science world but we still found over half a dozen of published papers that your personal training clients might find useful.
It looks like scientists have been busy to publish papers in the first half of December, there are plenty of topics your personal clients might find useful. From the suggestions on exercise and diet for better heart health for those who already have a CVD, through a tech solution that helps people control the speed of an exercise video to match their level of fitness to the three pillars of mental health. Great topics to tap into during this next wave of COVID-19.
Topics this week range between how drinking affects the brain in specific periods of a lifetime, the harmful effects of obesity the longer it lasts in younger adults, and also diet modifications, including cheese and wine intake that have a positive impact on the cognitive function of older adults.
Interesting range of topics in this week's round-up of scientific papers for personal trainers. If you're training mums-to-be, vegans or parents, make sure to check them out. There's one on the effectiveness of high-dose vitamin C against COVID-19 and the effects of food marketing on food choices.
We have a few unique topics that were covered in the published papers on fitness, nutrition and exercise science this week. See for yourself if there's any result your personal training clients would find useful.
This week's papers bring a variety of topics that are pretty intriguing for personal trainers and clients alike. From disease prevention through exercise links with cancer to sports science, everybody can find something they will find interesting.
Plenty of papers published in the last week and the topics are varied within the fields of fitness, nutrition and sports science. There's something for personal trainers with elderly clients, people with lifestyle conditions, kids or even for the geeks. Not to mention the one on how facemasks affect cognition in hot environments.
Intriguing variety of topic's discussed in the papers published this week on fitness, nutrition and sports science and also a lesson learnt about reading research reviews.
Interesting findings this week in the field of nutrition science for parents with celiac disease on a potential prevention strategy for their babies, for people looking for variety in plant based protein sources and for cancer patients on the effects of dietary fiber. You'll also find intriguing discoveries of an exosuit for people on their feet all day.