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http://www.newswise.com/articles/first-in-depth-study-of-knee-cartilage-repair-technique-shows-improvement-in-patient-outcomes-and-regeneration-of-knee-cartilage In addition to the previous tissue regeneration post, some new hope on cartilage regeneration and the fight against arthritis Advertisements

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          The world through Tony Parker’s eyes Neuroscience and sports. Great blog.

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Obesity genes: predispositions can be fought

Been ‘predisposed’ to fat gain is a common conundrum of the planet. Some perceive fat accumulation like an inevitable and relentless happening dooming to a conclusion, giving up all the efforts. Genetics indeed does play a worth-of-notice role in obesity, … Continue reading

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Testosterone boost and customised training: future?

First and foremost, this article is not about T supplementation, but on how we can use T to design workouts. Testosterone, the big T, is the manly hormone for excellence. We know that ‘The T’ has a powerful impact on … Continue reading

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BBC Horizon shows support to minimalistic training

Here’s a nice documentary provided by the top national broadcaster. Dr Timmons tells the nation how little you need to get fit. Want to know more? Check this previous post. Not enough? Andy Magness discusses how he trains for ultra … Continue reading

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The Speed Freak Football: practice faster than game-speed to get match-specific conditioning and avoid injuries

Training serves to prepare one to a situation where one will have to display a certain set of skills to accomplish a result. Whether it’s a game, a speech or a drama, practice should get one accustomed to a particular … Continue reading

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2 MINUTES A WEEK MUSCLE: Minimalistic training part II

I discussed in the past how you can boost your endurance and improve metabolic health with only a few minutes of training a week. Now it’s time for the second chapter of the minimalistic series: I’ll give you some scientific … Continue reading

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