Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM 2013)

Indianapolis IN, USA 29 May 2013 - 1 June 2013

Summary

American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM) with over 45,000 members and certified professionals from 90 countries around the globe representing 70 occupations within the sports medicine field, is the only organization that offers a 360-degree view of the profession.

Symposium Presentations
  • Can `Train low` with Carbohydrate be Rescued?

    Speaker: L. Burke
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  • Contemporary Approaches to Nutrition Periodization in the Marathon

    Speaker: T. Stellingwerff
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  • Does chronically buffering with bicarbonate loading before high intensity workouts lead to better performance?

    Speaker: D. Bishop
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  • Does Chronically consuming protein immediately after exercise actually cause you to get stronger or faster?

    Speaker: N. Burd
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  • To Drink or not to Drink: Maximising Adaptation

    Speaker: N. Rehrer
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  • Does taking antioxidants during training blunt the adaptive response to exercise?

    Speaker: S. Power
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  • Could chronically using beetroot juice lead to better competition outcomes?

    Speaker: A. Jones
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  • Can the Gut be Trained to Better Handle Nutritional Strategies During Exercise?

    Speaker: G. Cox
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  • Nutritional Support for Altitude Training

    Speaker: D. Martin
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  • Does Reduced Energy Availability to lose Weight Interfere with the Effectiveness of Training?

    Speaker: M. Manore
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