Training low: does it really work?

In this course, Professor Hawley will discuss the evidence for and against training low.

You will learn about:
  How carbohydrate intake can be periodized
  The effects of train low on intramuscular adaptations
  The effects of train low on performance
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Author

Professor John Hawley

Number of lectures

1

Video time

40 mins

Key readings

1

Exams

1

Testimonials

Professor John Hawley

Professor John Hawley is one of the most well published academics in the field of sport and exercise sciences. Currently he is the Director of the Mary MacKillop Institute for Health and he is the Research Program Leader of the Exercise and Nutrition Research Program. John has many research interests, and most are at the border of mechanistic and applied research. John’s primary research focus includes the interaction of exercise and diet on the regulation of fat and carbohydrate metabolism, particularly within skeletal muscle, the molecular basis of exercise training adaptation and the cellular bases underlying exercise-induced improvements in insulin action.

He has published almost 300 scientific manuscripts, written over 100 articles for technical journals and has authored numerous book chapters for exercise biochemistry and sports medicine texts. John sits on the Editorial Boards of many international journals. He is a frequently invited speaker at both National and International scientific meetings.
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