Diets low in saturated fat don’t curb heart disease risk or help you live longer, says a leading US cardiovascular research scientist and doctor of pharmacy in an editorial in the open access journal… 486 more words
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ukactive and the British University & Colleges Sports (BUCS) have launched ‘One Big Thing’, a new initiative calling on universities to promote physical activity participation by registering to host their own ’5k anyway’ event for their local student population. 225 more words
Researchers have found the breast cancer drug tamoxifen in samples of a widely available bodybuilding dietary supplement.
In a letter to The BMJ this week, they explain that, for more than 30 years, bodybuilders have taken tamoxifen to prevent and treat gynaecomastia (breast swelling) caused by use of anabolic steroids. 252 more words
Applied Health Fitness Psychology considers behavioural issues regarding exercise and nutrition using a research to practice approach.
This comprehensive text explains how health fitness psychology has developed into a wide-ranging discipline that can be used in various exercise, fitness and health settings, allowing both current and future practitioners to assist their patients or clients in adopting healthier lifestyles.
“The International Sport Coaching Framework”
Presented by Professor Pat Duffy
Wednesday, March 26th, 3.00pm GMT
The International Sport Coaching Framework marks a watershed in the history of coaching globally by providing an internationally recognised reference point for the development of coaches.