AMAA Journal

AMAA Journal articles

503 total articles
A peer-reviewed journal publishing original papers related to the medical aspects of sports, exercise, and fitness. This is the official publication of the American Medical Athletic Association (AMAA), the professional division of the American Running Ass

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Recently added articles from AMAA Journal:

How Can Endurance Athletes Perform Well with a Very Low Carbohydrate Diet? (Part 2)
March 22, 2017 ... Introduction Traditionally, dietary recommendations for endurance athletes are founded on the notion that muscle glycogen content and blood glucose levels are the most crucial factors in evading fatigue and performing at one's highest...

Practical Implementations of HIIT
March 22, 2017 ... High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has gained popularity in recent years. It is mostly employed in endurance exercise routines as a quick way to get an abbreviated yet full work out. However, the concept of HIIT may stimulate many questions...

Bruce R. Wilk, PT, OCS
March 22, 2017 ... AMAA Life Member Bruce R. Wilk, PT, OCS, of Kendall, Florida, died unexpectedly on April 25, 2017, at the age of 60. Fellow AMAA Life Member Steve Morrow, DDS, and Miami runner remembers how Bruce first became involved with the organization....

William O. Roberts, MD: Life at the Intersection of Family Practice and Sports Medicine
March 22, 2017 ... William O. Roberts, MD, is a professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He is also a staff physician in the Department of Family Medicine at Health-East St. John's Hospital...

Running with Music
March 22, 2017 ... Take a look around you the next time you lace up at the gym, hit a local running path, or toe the line at a road race. More often than not you'll see runners tuning into a personal beat. While some running purists recoil at the idea of listening...