Bros Do Science - Weekly Must Read - 21/01/2017

Sunday 21-01-2017 | Bring your coffee we'll get the rest

Hellos Bros and.. Female Bros!!

Hot News !!

BrosDoScience will Interview Dr. Mcgill on: Lower Back pain from pain to performance! How can we become our own Back Mechanics!! Stay tuned!

Follow ISSN Diploma in Applied Sports & Exercise Nutrition Page and keep up to date with the latest happenings with the Internationally Recognised Program, as well as all things related to the field of sports nutrition!

Great post by Dr. Mike Isretel

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Podcasts !! Heaven in your ears!!

Juma Iraki presents Dr.Brad Dieter

by Juma Iraki Read Article/Go to Podcast

Your Videos of the week are here!!

If Every Famous Diet Idea Was Honest - Honest Ads

by Cracked View Video

Articles of this week!! Must Read!!

Squatting with Patellar Tendinopathy

by Greg Nuckols Read Article

Why Low-Carb Diets Suck. Are Low-Carb Diets Ruining Your Performance?

by James Fell Read Article

Understanding Scientific Research [2]: Experimental vs. Observational Studies

by Sergio Fontinhas Read Article

23 Surprising Weight-Loss Tips That Are Actually Doable. RIP elimination diets, quick fixes, and detoxes. .

by Sally Tamarkin Read Article

Dieting Down to ~10% Body Fat for Women: Contest Prep Study - Deficits, Muscles, Hormones and the Yo-Yo Effect

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In the Fight Against Obesity, the Real Enemy Is Oversimplification. Fat used to be Dietary Enemy No. 1. Today, it’s sugar. But reductions in the consumption of both have done little to curb obesity rates. Why?

by David Brown Read Article
Rocco Venizelos - Bros Do Science
Rocco Venizelos

My name is Rocco Venizelos and I am currently working in the field of Health and Fitness as a coach, health and fitness advisor and personal trainer. I am also studying at The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.

My experience the past 15 years in the fitness industry both as an athlete and as Personal Trainer helped me recognize the need to understand in depth the science underpinning all aspects of human performance, to strive for evidence based and theoretical well grounded practices, to validate the importance of keeping yourself up to date of the latest developments and findings in the field. But the most important is to be able to make the science accessible and transferable to coaches, athletes and practitioners.

One of my major concerns is translating knowledge into working practice. This is what I aim to do through with this website.. with the precious help of my Bros!