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As you might already know, I'm not the only research review on the block.  There are good research reviews by my friends that I highly recommend.  One is the monthly Strength and Conditioning Research Review put out by my friends Bret Contreras and Chris Beardsley.  This thing is jam-packed with reviews of all the latest research related to the strength and conditioning field, released on a monthly basis.  You can subscribe annually by clicking here, and if you subscribe through this link you get 3 bonuses:

  1. A recent back issue so you get 13 issues rather than 12
  2. A completely up-to-date, 40-page research review on the key factors for gaining muscular strength
  3. A previously unseen e-book on the effects of periodization on strength, hypertrophy, and power

While I am an affiliate and I get a commission if you subscribe through my site, you know that I rarely recommend anything on my site unless I feel that it has a solid basis in science and evidence.  Bret and Chris do an excellent job of reviewing a variety of studies that would be of interest to fitness professionals of all types.  There's a reason why I consider these guys not only my colleagues, but my friends as well.

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