Implementing a "sleep-low" carbohydrate periodisation strategy for one week, improves cycling time trial performance in endurance athletes 🛌
Another interesting study by Marquet and colleagues (2016) showing that sleeping with low carbohydrate availability w...
Combined strength and endurance training performed in the evening may lead to greater muscle hypertrophic than training in the morning 💪
Really cool study by Küüsma and colleagues (2016) showing that when combining both endurance and strength training, worki...
Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) or in Layman's terms, the afterburn effect of high-intensity training, is unlikely to contribute to greater fat loss than regular steady state cardio 🚴
Cool study by Tucker and colleagues (2016) comparing EPOC,...
Chronic ingestion of low dose caffeine reduces ergogenic benefits ☕️
Recent study by Beaumont and colleagues (2016) from the research group at Loughborough University showing that the performance benefits of taking caffeine may be reduced if you're a chronic...
Do your supplements actually improve your endurance? 🚴
Even if a supplement is classified as having strong evidence behind it, it doesn't mean you SHOULD take it ☝️️
If it has supporting evidence and if it's cost effective, then consider it 👍