Athletics (tagged articles)
Rory W. Collins - This article argues that performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) ought to be allowed across all elite sporting competitions for athletes over the age of 16 so long as consuming them does not pose a significant risk to their health. I begin with a brief explanation of the... Keep Reading »
Enhanced Resistance Training Performance via the Neutralization of Lactic Acid with Sodium Bicarbonate
Daniel Indorato - The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the ingestion of sodium bicarbonate (SB) pre-exercise improved athletic performance during resistance training (RT) and reduced fatigue in male college students. SB has the efficacy to neutralize the acidity of lactic... Keep Reading »
Jacob H. Selzer - This study sought to explore the college athletic landscape through a Crisis Communications perspective. Using William Benoit’s “Theory of Image Restoration” as a framework, this study employed a case-study approach to analyze the image restoration... Keep Reading »
Kenneth J. Macri - Sports are an essential and important aspect of American society; they are indispensible when it comes to their impact on a plethora of public arenas, including economics and the mass media. Sport coincides with community values and political agencies, as it attempts... Keep Reading »
Gerald D. Higginbotham - The current system of collegiate football and basketball in America’s universities is littered with corruption caused by the nationwide popularity of “big time” college sports. The positive effects that student-athlete performance can have on a university... Keep Reading »
The keyword Athletics is tagged in the following 5 articles.
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