World class rowing is a tough and arduous sport; it places a massive strain on the upper and lower body, utilising power, stamina and endurance. Due to the nature of the sport it is of great interest to sports scientists as the athletes involved often share similar characteristics, characteristics which we know are born from DNA and brought out through harsh training and strict nutrition.
An Analysis of AGT, ACTN3, PPARA and IGF2 on Athletic Performance, Muscle Size and Body Fat Percentage in Caucasian Resistance Training Males
Resistance Training, Recovery and Genetics: AMPD1 the Gene for Recovery Christopher Collins* Abstract Genetics play a major role in every aspect of our lives; they determine our hair colour, eye colour, height, disease risks, gifts and some of our mannerisms. As such they also play a large function in our response to exercise and physical […]