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Cool Training linkspeloton
May 24, 2002 7:07 PM
For anyone interested in sport science and training info- I thought that I would post a few of my favorite links here for you guys to check out. There is some really good information on some of these sites.

-Peak Performance online

www.pponline.co.uk

-Sport Science online

www.sportsci.org

-Gatorade Sport Science Institute

www.gssiweb.com

The above links have some great articles on a variety of information from nutrition to physiology. Lots of good info. I like the Gatorade site a lot. Everything on all the sites is pretty easy to read too.

-NSCA, The National Strength and Conditioning Assoc.

www.nsca-lift.org

-ExRx

www.exrx.net

Both of these sites have a lot of strength training info and kinesiology. You can check the NSCA site for CSCS cert trainers in your area too. It's the best cert for trainers, and worth checking out over taking the word of the muscleheads at the gym. Exrx has moving images of how to do many lifts, and directions of how to do them. Cool stuff

-National Library of Medicine

www.nim.nih.gov

-American Physical Therapy Assoc.

www.apta.org

Both of these sites give you access to the Medline, which is a great resource to look up recent studies on a variety of subjects relating to physiology and medicine.

-Supplement Watch

www.supplementwatch.com

-Dietician.com

www.dietician.com

These are good sites for accurate information on diet, and the effectiveness of any training supplements you might find out there. The diet site gives a lot of no BS advice, and is really worth checking out vs the misinformation out there.

These are just a few easy to use sites that I have found. I hope they can be of usage to some of you.
re: Cool Training linksJon Billheimer
May 25, 2002 6:27 AM
I'll add one more to this list which a friend recently referred me to. It's the Assoc. of British Cycling Coaches website and has some very good material on it:
www.abcc.freeserve.co.uk.
Thanks!!! (nm)PODIUMBOUNDdotCA
May 30, 2002 9:41 PM