June 2022 JSCR Spotlight
JSCR Spotlight • 5m 28s
Dr. Abbie Smith-Ryan discusses three articles from the June 2022 issue of the JSCR. She highlights Low-Load Resistance Training to Volitional Failure Induces Muscle Hypertrophy Similar to Volume-Matched, Velocity Fatigue; Muscle Cramping in the Marathon: Dehydration and Electrolyte Depletion vs. Muscle Damage; and the Reduced Dose of Beta-Alanine Is Sufficient to Maintain Performance in Repeated Sprints. Read the full issue here: https://journals.lww.com/nsca-jscr/toc/2022/06000
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