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- Poster by Dr. Lonnie Lowery’s students on coffee and caffeine related to HRV
- Shout out to ISSN organizers
- Dr. Guillermo Escalante and his research on diet refeeds and diet breaks
- Dr. Ralf Jager presented research on Gut health: how are athletes different and what role can probiotics play in performance recovery
- Dr. Omar Nectar’s study on viewing sports performance through the lens of evolutionary biology and the winner effect
- Dr. Grant Tinsley’s talk on body composition assessment and how the lack of standardization can wreak havoc
- new study looking at the best sub-components of body composition
- also compared measurements across different systems (InBody, Dexa, BodPod)
- Dr. Brandon Roberts’ study on the effect of NSAIDs on muscle and bone from cell to soldiers
- Dr. Katy Hirsch on HIIT and essential amino acid supplementation
- Dr. Gabriel Sanders: Workload and neurological performance in D1 anaerobic athletes
- Dr. Bill Campbell: Rapid fat loss, how fast is too fast
- Dr. Mike Roberts gave a fascinating talk on the nuance of muscular-skeletal hypertrophy
- Dr. Matthew Stratton: Is the clock your greatest ally? Review on the explosion of research on intermittent fasting
- Dr. David Church talking about essential amino acids and protein synthesis: insights on maximizing anabolism
- Dr. Brandon Willingham’s information on betaine supplementation (aka TMG) on fluid balance and thermal regulation in the heat
- Allyssa Olenick – HIIT related to metabolic flexibility
- Hayley Maher – does coffee consumption acutely hamper HRV in habituated university students
- Dr. Shiloah Kviatkovsky: Collagen peptides improve measures of pain in middle-aged active adults
- A few other interesting mentions
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