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Cody Haun, PhD
Scientist | Coach | Professor researching the physiology and nature of adaptation to exercise and how various strategies affect this process.
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Type 2 (FAST) fibers have been shown to grow more than type 1 (SLOW) fibers in response to a resistance training intervention. Edman et al. report that S6K1 and eEF2 proteins were ~50% ⬆️ in FAST than SLOW. This could be a reason why.
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 22
Inspiring question from 's weekly email: "Can my current habits carry me to my desired future?"
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Brett Bartholomew Aug 21
People are often more comfortable with tradition, than they are the truth.
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synapseperformance Aug 20
Performance testing can give valuable insight, but quality ongoing training data with appropriate analysis can minimise the need for regular performance testing Many factors influence results of a once off test Trends from training data can be more reliable and context specific
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 19
“For the physical vigor of our citizens is one of America’s most precious resources. If we waste and neglect this resource...we will be unable to realize our full potential as a nation.” President John F. Kennedy, 1960 From: “The Soft American”, Sports Illustrated
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 17
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 17
We want to use this, my friend. Show us next week?
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Rob Morton Aug 16
Published online! Muscle fibre activation is unaffected by load when resistance exercise is performed to task failure. A big physiology/biomechanics collaboration with and !!!
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synapseperformance Aug 16
My recent interview on the Real Health Podcast has topped the iTunes chart. Thank you to everyone who has listened and shared. You can listen here:
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Jason C. Casey, PhD Aug 16
We have an open Graduate Assistantship for spring 2020 in our Master of Science in Kinesiology program at . Apply here:
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 15
men’s basketball power forward taking ~475 lbs x 2 today. We’re excited for a great year ahead.
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 14
Replying to @thogge
It’s worth every penny.
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Javier Zaragoza, CSCS Aug 13
Light exercise immediately after a meal may be more beneficial than either exercise immediately before or 30 minutes after the same meal.: great study and great insight from !
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 13
By all means, proceed. This is just reporting findings from a study. Interpret them as you may.
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 13
If it’s the difference between not doing it all, or waiting until 30 after, sure. But, this study suggests that’s not as effective as immediately after.
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Cody Haun, PhD Aug 13
Replying to @JavierZaragoza3
Thanks, dude!
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James Clear Aug 12
Wealth is a game that compounds. Health is a game that plateaus (and then declines). As we age, we should spend more time staying fit and less time making money. Increasingly, working to ward off the effects of aging and allowing the effects of compounding take over.
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Chris Lockwood, PhD, FACN, CSCS Aug 11
Dropping some dietary supplement industry inside scoop and giving consumers, coaches, and trainers some practical ways to determine which brands to trust. Time to teach the tail how it can more effectively wag the dog into compliance and hopefully...
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Dr.Adam Sharples PhD Aug 11
Morphological alterations of mouse skeletal muscles during early ageing are muscle specific |
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James Clear Aug 12
Reading is like fresh food for the mind. The consumption fills you with wisdom. Writing is like exercise for the mind. The effort leads to stronger ideas. Meditation is like fasting for the mind. The practice clears your mental digestive tract.
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