TheETG applied sport sciences……Altitude training. We now have multiple research review articles [not just individual studies] on traditional and “live high train low. As I’ve said for over a decade, its -not- the altitude, the air, or red blood...

“For decades scientists accepted an “Andean man” model for acclimatization: The body at altitude will grow a higher concentration of oxygen-absorbing red blood cells to mop up scarcer oxygen from rarified air.” “Earlier this month,...

“The purpose of this study was to compare the gluteus maximus and hamstring group electromyographic (EMG) activation levels among selected weight-bearing resistance exercises. Eighteen young adult females with previous resistance training experience completed the...

“…..compare 14° C (cold water immersion 14° C) and 5° C (cold water immersion 5° C) cold water immersion after intermittent running. On 3 occasions, 9 male team-sport players undertook 12 minutes of cold water immersion 14° C, cold water immersion 5° C, or...

TheETG applied sport sciences “The energy cost of overcoming air resistance on a calm day outdoor was calculated to be 7.8% for sprinting, 4% middle-distance, and 2% marathon running.” C.T. Davies Effects of wind assistance and resistance on the forward motion...