Evidence-based resistance training recommendations

@inproceedings{Fisher2011EvidencebasedRT,
  title={Evidence-based resistance training recommendations},
  author={James Fisher and James Steele and Stewart Bruce-Low and Douglas K. Smith},
  year={2011}
}
Resistance training produces an array of health benefits, as well as the potential to promote muscular adaptations of strength, size, power and endurance. The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) regularly publish a position stand making recommendations for optimal achievement of the desired training goals. However, the most recent position stand (as well as previous ones) has come under heavy criticism for misrepresentation of research, lack of evidence and author bias. Therefore this… CONTINUE READING

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