John G Lamberth

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OBJECTIVE We investigated whether postexercise consumption of a supplement containing whey protein, amino acids, creatine, and carbohydrate combined with a strength training program promotes greater gains in fat-free mass (FFM), muscle strength and endurance, and anaerobic performance compared with an isocaloric, carbohydrate-only control drink combined(More)
We seek to answer the conundrum: What is the fundamental mechanism by which very weak, low frequency Electromagnetic fields influence biosystems? In considering the hydrophobicity of intramembranous protein (IMP) H-bonds which cross the phospholipid bilayer of plasma membranes, and the necessity for photonic recycling in cell surface interactions after(More)
We review the biochemistry and physiological role of the amino acid tyrosine in normal and stressful situations such as military sustained operations. Sustained operations consist of continuous work periods exceeding 12 h and often involve sleep loss and fatigue. These, in turn, can lead to stress, anxiety, mood deterioration, and performance decrement.(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effects of a pico-tesla electromagnetic field (PTEF) on healing of sutured and open skin wounds and clinicopathologic variables in rats. ANIMALS 64 male Fischer-344 rats. PROCEDURE An incision made in the dorsal aspect of the neck was sutured (n = 32) or left open to heal (32). In each group, 16 rats were not PTEF-treated(More)
The deceleration phase of the pitching mechanism requires forceful eccentric contraction of the posterior rotator cuff. Because traditional isotonic strengthening may not be specific to this eccentric pattern, a more effective and functional means of strengthening the posterior rotator cuff is needed. Twelve collegiate baseball pitchers performed a moderate(More)
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effects of six weeks of strength/functional training on muscular strength and golf performance, measured by club-head speed. Ten participants (age = 21.4 ± 2.3 yrs) were randomly assigned to an experimental group performing 6 weeks of strength/functional training or a control group that followed their regular(More)
BACKGROUND Piezoelectric pedometers with a tri-axial accelerometer mechanism may effectively monitor physical activity in persons with Down syndrome (DS), but their accuracy has not been determined in this population. AIM To examine the accuracy of a pedometer with a tri-axial accelerometer mechanism in measuring steps at different walking speeds in(More)
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