The fitness industry is moving quickly towards an evidence-based approach. More and more strength coaches, high-profile personal trainers and fitness authors are beginning to use research to make decisions about the best ways of training.
A few years ago, it was enough to have experience at training people. That’s starting to change. Now, the high-fliers are well-versed in the research into their specialist areas.
Soon, all good fitness professionals will be expected to have a sound understanding of what the research says.
But where can you find the time to develop a sound knowledge of the research?
What is in the monthly review?
Our monthly review journal, Strength and Conditioning Research provides brief one-page reviews of 50 of the latest studies in the fields of strength and conditioning, biomechanics, physical therapy, and physiology every single month.
Subscribe now and in just a few months you will have gained a broad knowledge of hundreds of studies! And all for only $10 a month. If you wanted to research an area yourself, you would probably have to pay $20 – 30 for a single study.
What’s more, each edition explains the latest sports science research in straightforward language. So you won’t be reaching for your old textbooks to remind yourself what all the technical terms mean.
And, of course, most importantly, you will quickly be able to apply the knowledge gained from our reviews to the weights room and make big strides forward in your own training and with your clients and athletes.
If you want to see what it’s like for free, you can read a free extract HERE.
Do you want to apply the science and make big steps forward?
What do other fitness professionals think?
Shon Grosse said
“I have been after a resource like this for over ten years, and am really grateful that this one now exists. At $10 a month, it is a no-brainer.”
Dean Somerset said
“Not only do they condense crazy amounts of information down into a single source with full access, they also tear apart each study, look at their holes and inaccuracies, and write out the defining characteristics about each in an easily digestible format.”
Sam Leahy said
“There is no excuse to not implement evidence-based coaching. Undoubtedly you will meet road bumps or challenges along the way but the outcome is far greater than any struggle. To produce professional and optimal coaching decisions and serve others best, we must integrate all types of evidence into our coaching practice. This monthly review is one tool to help with that!”
You can read what these and other fitness professionals think on our testimonials page. Don’t let other fitness professionals pass you by because they are reading the research and you are not.
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Am I committed to a whole year of membership?
No, there is no need to worry as there’s no fixed commitment period. So if you change career or for some other reason you don’t want to continue receiving the monthly publication, you can just cancel your payment whenever you want.
So if you just want to try the monthly review for a couple of months at only $10 per month, you can do. Just sign up, receive your first copy on the first of the month and see whether you like it.
What are you waiting for?
What if I don’t have time to read another magazine?
We already thought of that, so from January 2013 we are putting very short summaries of the key studies at the front of the monthly review.
What’s more, from September 2012, we have been supplying the monthly edition in two different e-Reader as well as PDF formats (.mobi and .epub).
This means that you have the convenience of being able to read it wherever you are and whenever you have time, whether you use an iPad or a Kindle.
So there is no excuse not to be an up-to-date, evidence-based strength and conditioning coach, personal trainer or physiotherapist!
How do I subscribe?
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