It's human nature to want black-and-white answers to questions, but this usually isn't possible in an applied science such as exercise. Research generally looks at one condition versus another (i.e. failure vs. non-failure, high reps vs. low reps, short rest vs long rest, etc) and then reports whether one is superior to the other. But realize that in practice this is not necessarily a binary either-or choice. There are an almost endless array of combinations you can use that may be superior to the one studied. This is a big reason why evidence should be used to guide decision-making, but it's essential to understand the gaps in the literature when drawing conclusions for practical application. The best fitness professionals know the science and then use their expertise to individualize programming."
Fallhopp test skal ha som formål å screene idrettsutøvere for potensielle skader relantert raske retningsforandringar og landingar. Nyare forskning viser at fallhopp testen ikkje er like effektiv for å forutsjå skadar.
Multippel Sklerose er fyrst og fremst ein nevrologisk sjukdom der øydeleggelse av myelinet, isolasjonslaget rundt nervetråden. Ved Ms angripar kroppen sitt eige immunforsvar myelinet.
"This work provides significant evidence that vitamin D is involved in the regeneration of myelin once the disease has started." – Robin Franklin
"For years scientists have been searching for a way to repair damage to myelin. So far, the majority of research on vitamin D has looked at its role in the cause of the disease. This work provides significant evidence that vitamin D is also involved in the regeneration of myelin once the disease has started. In the future we could see a myelin repair drug that works by targeting the vitamin D receptor.”
Dette er spennande nyheiter da dette kan hjelpe til i behandlinga av MS i framtida.