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Evidence-Based Practice in Personal Training – Understanding the Meaningfulness of Research Findings

December 10, 2021

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The purpose of this article is to provide personal trainers reading the strength and conditioning research the knowledge necessary to better understand the statistical data commonly reported in research manuscripts.

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Research as a Strength and Conditioning Tool: How to Interpret Published Research for the Benefit of your Athletes

July 29, 2013

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Dr. Brian Schilling, PhD, CSCS, FNSCA, spoke at the NSCA's 2013 National Conference on the topic of interpreting strength and conditioning research and data for real-life application.

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Military Research—Recent Insights and Implications

August 1, 2015

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Recent advances in research and human performance programs (HPP) has made it possible to learn more about the tactical athlete while creating enhanced methodologies and implementation. This review draws on the past three years of research focusing on strength and conditioning within military communities, exploring the current themes of research and the implications of future studies.

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Critical Evaluation of Strength and Conditioning Research

July 30, 2012

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Dr. Joseph Weir, PhD, spoke at the NSCA's 2012 National Conference about how to critically evaluate the science behind strength and conditioning research.

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Taking Research to Practical Application

January 28, 2013

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The NSCA provides career-focused benefit videos designed to help members gain expert insight, knowledge and tips to help further their careers.Carwyn Sharp presents, "Taking Research to Practical Application"

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Grants & Scholarships

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The NSCA Foundation (NSCAF) awards hundreds of thousands in research grant dollars each year to outstanding individuals within the strength and conditioning community. The NSCAF is one of the few foundations that fund research for master’s degree students and across all levels of education and experience up to senior investigators, as well as one of the few sources that funds work in the strength and conditioning field. Further your research, education and career through the support of the NSCAF. Grants are supported in part by GNC.

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

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The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research is the NSCA's scientific journal. This monthly publication prints original research information important to strength and conditioning practitioners. Many educational institutions, researchers, and professionals retain this journal as a valuable reference.

NSCA Research Committee Application

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Each NSCA SIG has an executive council composed of a chair and at least two members. Applications are accepted from October 1 to December or January 15 annually. Check back during the application window for information on open positions.

NSCA Responds to CrossFit Lawsuit

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Cross Fit Inc. recently filed a lawsuit against the NSCA. NSCA denies the allegations and claims made against it by CrossFit and will vigorously defend itself against this baseless lawsuit. At the center of the lawsuit is a research article published in NSCA’s Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. As with all research published in NSCA’s journals, the article in question was authored by independent researchers and accepted for publication following a rigorous peer-review process.

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