What was being researched, how was the study designed, how many people participated in the study and what were the results of the study?

What was being researched, how was the study designed, how many people participated in the study and what were the results of the study?

The Gatorade Sports Science Institute publishes reports (not actual research articles) regarding research focused on nutrition and athletic outcomes.

https://www.gssiweb.org/en/research/all

Search Sports Science Exchange for possible topics or select the Sports Nutrition option and pick a topic.

Report back to the class what you learned from your article by answering (please put a number before each answer):

What was being researched, how was the study designed, how many people participated in the study and what were the results of the study?

1. What was being researched, how was the study designed, how many people participated in the study and what were the results of the study?

2. You might also want to comment on limitations to the study and other thoughts you might have about what you read.

3. Some of the reports will look at multiple studies and you can comment on that, as well.

4. Make sure that you compare what you read in the report to what you have read in class or at another website.

5. Lastly, comment on how this information might cause you to change the way that you are eating or what you might recommend to your friends who are athletes.

Topic 2

Interval or High-Intensity training is being used to improve sports performance, improve body composition and maximize weight loss and fitness. Read the link below and then answer the following questions.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2991639/

1. What is hormonal weight loss? What hormones are involved?

2. Compare and contrast high-intensity exercise interval training with the traditional low-intensity exercise recommendations.

3. What is EPOC? How does it affect the “Calorie burn”?

4. Do you have any experience with this type of exercise? Do you think you would recommend it for someone who is trying to lose weight?