Bias is a problem in nearly every research study. Some studies suffer from bias of intent, a hidden intent to prove a specific outcome or result. These are counterproductive, and set research in the associated field back, rather than moving it ahead. There are numerous other forms of bias that can harm research. Design bias… Continue reading Your Biases and the Truth
Like so many other questions in the Fitness Profession, the answer is “it depends.” The term “Evidence-based Strength & Conditioning,” or “Evidence-based Fitness Training” is starting to pop up in the Fitness Profession. Heck, I bet someone is working furiously right now on creating the next big fitness info-product based on the idea. “6 Weeks… Continue reading “Evidence-based S & C” – Is it for real?