Research Review January 2021

The January 2021 issue of the Weightology Research Review is now online!

This issue features a ton of studies on getting jacked! Rounding out the issue is important info on artificial sweeteners and fat loss, and smartphone apps/activity trackers and whether they can increase physical activity.

Here's the table of contents for this issue.

  • Can Rep Tempo Influence Regional Hypertrophy?
  • Artificial Sweeteners: A Useful Fat Loss Tool
  • Can Trained Individuals Predict How Close They Are To Failure?
  • Spread Your Protein, Spread Your Lats
  • Does Training to Failure Result in More Central Nervous System Fatigue?
  • Get Yolked: Whole Eggs Might Get You More Jacked Than Egg Whites
  • Do Smartphone Apps & Activity Trackers Increase Physical Activity?
  • RIR: A Review & Retraction. We had a review of this paper "Estimating Repetitions in Reserve of Four Commonly Used Resistance Exercises" prepared, and found out just before publication of this issue that it was retracted. Thus, we have excluded the review from this issue, and unfortunately did not have sufficient time to prepare another one.

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