Advanced Science - Page 2 of 10 - Mind And Muscle

About the author: Alexendar Dec PhD has a B.S. in Molecular Biology and a PhD in Neuroscience with a research emphasis on nitric oxide, glutamatergic and dopamine systems in the striatum as it pertains to Schizophrenia, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s. Previously Doctor Dec worked for Abbott Laboratories, a large pharmaceutical company, for 4 years. A recent […]

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 Hale’s Review by: Marc McDougal Lets get into estrogen…give us a rundown of receptor subtypes, some common misconceptions, and any other inside info you have. Well, as some background, there are 2 well characterized nuclear estrogen receptors: ERα and ERβ. These function as classic nuclear steroid receptors by binding to response elements in target genes and […]

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The Practical Scientist – Part VII by: Jamie Hale Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 In this installment of The Practical Scientist we take a look at Bray’s review of Good Calories, Bad Calories. Bray’s review is very in-depth and offers counter points to some of Taubes’ key assumptions. Bray’s review […]

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by: Jamie Hale Cortisol Cortisol is the primary member of a family of glucocorticoids, and is considered the main catabolic hormone. Corticosterone is the other glucocorticoid, but is thought to be much less potent than cortisol (accounting for approximately 4-5% of total glucocorticoid activity). Cortisol is made and secreted from the adrenal cortex, via the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal […]

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Neutralizing Your Muscular Imbalances by: Chris Merrow We hear it all the time: train for balance. By now, most of us know this doesn’t necessarily mean standing on a stability ball while perusing a Perform Better catalog. Balance is simply training the basic fundamental directions of the body in a sound and even manner. Neglecting this […]

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by: Robbie Durand, M.A., C.S.C.S. “I have always trained the same, higher volume, short rest periods; it keeps it challenging which I thrive on.” – Jay Cutler In Part I of this article, we looked at the impact training intensity has on GH, as well as when one should supplement with BCAAs to maximize their impact. Now let’s turn […]

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The Fitness Skeptic by: Jamie Hale “Coach Hale why are you so skeptical?” “Why do you have such a negative view of the fitness industry?” “You are so cynical.” I hear these types of questions and statements on a weekly basis. The people that approach me with these statements are almost always supplement salesman, homeopathy practitioners, […]

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