Unfortunately, minor injuries are par for the course in sport and exercise. In my experience, the most common cause of sports-related injuries are running, football (soccer to our American friends) and poor lifting technique, as opposed to “high-risk” activities such as CrossFit or combat sports. Over half of all sports-related injuries are severe enough that […]
“An irrational fear of carbohydrate” spread by tabloid journalists and ill-informed personal trainers. From a sport nutrition or strength and conditioning perspective, carbohydrate restriction would cost trophies. A low carbohydrate diet would likely have a negative impact on your physique and wellbeing too. Hopefully I don’t need to point out that I’m not talking about […]
BY DR JANE OGDEN, PROFESSOR IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY Failed dieting is a product of what’s in our heads and triggers in the environment. Successful dieting seems to be the result of life events, a belief that things can change, a shift in the costs / benefits of eating well, investment in initial weight loss, a […]
BY DR JANE OGDEN, PROFESSOR IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY Being overweight is clearly bad for our physical and mental health. Yet losing weight is hard and the majority of people who lose weight put it back on. This paper will describe the benefits of weight loss, why diets fails and then will explore the lessons to […]
International society of sports nutrition position stand: diets and body composition
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