Bros Do Science - Weekly Must Read - 12/03/2017

Sunday, 12-03-2017 | Bring your coffee we'll get the rest

News of the week!

GuruPerformance are having the taught weekend for the ISSN Diploma on the 25-26 of March

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Really excited to have Dr. Bryan Walsh on the 21st of March for a Skype interview and talk "everything about Thyroid"

Podcasts to listen to!

Molecular physiologist Chad Macias, of the Institute for Human Kinetics, discusses some limitations of research, issues of misinterpretation and/or inaccurate communication related to research on cancer, nutritional ketosis and the press-pulse method.

by Danny Lenon Read Article/Go to Podcast

Guru Performance ‘We Do Science’ Podcast! In this episode I (Laurent Bannock) discuss ‘Concurrent Training and Interference’ with Jackson Fyfe PhD, Deakin University, Australia.

by Guru Performance Read Article/Go to Podcast

Articles to check!

Are Close Stance Squats Really More Quad-Dominant?

by Greg Nuckols Read Article

A Biomechanical Analysis of the Deadlift: Conventional vs Sumo

by Kevin Cann Read Article

4 Things You Never Learned About Muscle Growth

by Brad Schoenfeld, PhD Read Article

3 examples of #fakenews from the world of nutrition research

by Examine Read Article

Considering psychological stress alongside training load – A reflection on the “How much is too much’” IOC Consensus Statement

by Pete Garbutt Read Article

We Don’t Live in a Bubble

by Tony Gentilcore Read Article

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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!