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Strength & Conditioning, Power and Hypertrophy
- Does resistance-training improve track sprinting?
- Which training method is best for sprinting?
- Can brief, infrequent resistance exercise improve strength?
- Does pre-exhausting the biceps brachii muscle affect front lat pull-down performance?
- Is tri-set better than multiple-set training for strength in trained females?
- Are short rest periods better than long rest periods for strength in elderly males?
- Is circuit or hypertrophy training best for strength in obese elderly females?
- Can low-load BFR training produce equal gains to heavy-load training?
- Can deadlifting increase vertical jump performance?
- Does stretching compromise strength gains in trained females?
- Which rugby league is best?
- Should the bilateral force deficit inform exercise selection?
- Are sub-maximal or maximal relative loads best for strength?
- Can elastic resistance bands be used to create a PAP effect?
Biomechanics & Motor Control
- How does muscle activity differ between squats and split squats?
- How does muscle activity differ between squats and weighted sled pushes?
- Is there a sticking region in squats?
- How does expertise affect force application in the blocks in sprinting?
- Is the Nordic hamstring lower a good field-assessment of eccentric hamstring strength?
- Are the hamstring muscles at greatest risk in early stance or late swing?
- Which are the best bodyweight hamstrings exercises?
- How does eccentric 1RM relate to concentric 1RM?
- How do vertical and horizontal jumps correlate with sprinting?
- What does the piriformis really do?
- Does muscle activity in the medial and lateral latissimus dorsi differ between exercises?
- Do muscle activity in the proximal and distal rectus femoris differ between joint angles?
- Does greater lower-body stiffness mean better athletic performance?
Anatomy, physiology & nutrition
- Does caffeine supplementation increase energy used during exercise?
- Does resistance-training reduce urinary formaldehyde caused by creatine supplementation?
- How much protein do older adults need to maintain muscle mass?
- Is bariatric surgery or exercise plus diet better for maintaining muscle mass?
- Does interval training intensity affect energy intake in obese men?
- Does dehydration cause muscle cramps?
- Can prebiotic and probiotic supplements reduce fat gain?
- Do satellite cells increase after training in men with low testosterone?
- Does regional hypertrophy occur medially-to-laterally in the vastus lateralis?
- Why do people have unscientific beliefs about nutrition?
- How does acute exercise affect the right ventricle of the heart?
- How might blood-flow restriction (BFR) resistance training cause hypertrophy?
Physical therapy & rehabilitation
- Does hip angle affect gluteus medius muscle activity in the clamshell and side-lying hip abduction?
- Does walking with wide steps increase gluteus medius muscle activity?
- Do lateral and standard elliptical machines involve similar gluteus medius muscle activity?
- Which test is best for the strength of each subdivision of the gluteus medius?
- Can isometric hip abduction help increase gluteus maximus muscle activity during glute bridges?
- Is greater gluteus maximus muscle activity during single-leg hops associated with better function post-ACL repair?
- Does muscle architecture change during eccentric training for tendinopathy?
- Can vibration therapy help reduce DOMS after eccentric exercise?
- Can the FMS predict injuries in coast guard cadets?
- Can the FMS predict injuries in Division I athletes?
- Is the CSCS credential useful for the physical therapist?
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