Many common resistance-training exercises designed to isolate specific muscles don’t account for the separate skeletal structures and how they are designed to move as a single unit. In this fourth installment of our functional anatomy series, we examine the four joints that make up the shoulder complex. Learn how the separate joints are designed to function as an integrated unit and the common exercises that could be causing injuries.Read More
ACE-SPONSORED RESEARCH: Can Elevation Training Masks Improve Performance?
Can elevation training masks improve performance? This ACE article details findings in a recent training programs and explains the bottom line.Read More
Protein recommendations for healthy adults are generally derived from studies conducted mainly in younger adults, which means they may not be accurate for older adults, who are less sensitive to smaller doses of protein and appear to require a greater amount of protein to fully stimulate muscle protein synthesis. Learn about new research that suggests that current recommendations for dietary protein intakes may be an underestimation for older adults.Read More
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