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Strength & Conditioning, Power and Hypertrophy
- Does periodization enhance gains in muscular size?
- Do low- or high-relative loads lead to superior gains in muscular power in old people?
- Do the benefits of strength training out-weigh the costs for endurance athletes?
- Does a warm-up improve subsequent resistance training performance?
- Does order of aerobic, strength, flexibility, and motor skills training affect exercise responses?
- Can once-weekly HIT help maintain endurance performance in the off-season?
- How does high-intensity interval duration affect perceived exertion?
- How does relative load affect the size of the PAP effect?
- Can plyometrics be used to create a PAP effect for sprinting?
- What is the relationship between sprint ability and jump tests in elite sprinters?
- What is the relationship between weighted vertical jump performance and sprint ability?
- What is the prevalence of doping use in elite sport?
- What are the long-term effects of anabolic steroids?
- How does deadlift training affect leg muscle strength and co-activation?
Biomechanics & Motor Control
- Can compression garments accelerate recovery from exercise-induced muscle damage?
- Do cuff pressure and relative load affect muscle activity during BFR training?
- Is EMG activity higher when exercising with high vs. low-relative loads to failure?
- Is training the gastrocnemius important for reducing ACL injury risk?
- Does reduced hamstring strength increase ACL injury risk?
- Does limited ankle-dorsiflexion ROM increase ACL injury risk?
- Are hip muscle forces reducing during stance by increasing stride frequency?
- Which muscles contribute to propulsion and braking during endurance running?
- Which exercises recruit the abdominal muscles most for the least spine loading?
- Which side-bridge variations are effective for recruiting the gluteus medius?
- Do the abdominal and paraspinal muscles interact through the thoracolumbar fascia?
- Does reduced fascicle strain explain the repeated bout effect on muscle soreness?
- Do different Olympic weightlifting variations lead to different acute power outputs?
- Is titin responsible for the phenomenon of residual force enhancement?
- What is the role of titin during the formation of sarcomeres?
Anatomy, physiology & nutrition
- Do protein supplements increase aerobic and anaerobic power as well as muscular size?
- Is dietary protein useful for endurance athletes?
- Do different types of resistance-training lead to different immune responses?
- How does exogenous growth hormone therapy reduce losses in muscle mass?
- How does hormonal contraception alter brain function and behavior?
- Can pre-workout supplements cause fast improvements in strength and size?
- Which diet programs are best for overweight and obese adults?
- Are low-carbohydrate or low-fat diets better for weight loss?
- What is the role of satellite cells during development and hypertrophy?
Physical therapy & rehabilitation
- Can aspects of muscle architecture predict hamstring strain injury risk?
- Is low eccentric hamstring strength a risk factor for hamstring injury?
- Is poor single-leg hop performance a risk factor for hamstring injury?
- Does muscle architecture differ in injured hamstrings?
- What medical interventions are best for treating hamstring injury?
- Can MRI be used to provide a return to play prognosis after hamstring injury?
- Can strength training help improve plantar fasciitis?
- Can neuromuscular electrical stimulation cause hypertrophy in young, healthy males?
- How much muscle force is transmitted to fascia during exercise?
- How important is myofascial force transmission for the semitendinosus?
- Are test scores given on the FMS objective?
- What are typical FMS scores in healthy distance runners?
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