JISSN focuses on the acute and chronic effects of sports nutrition and supplementation strategies on body composition, physical performance and metabolism.
- Jose Antonio PhD, NOVA Southeastern University
- Richard Kreider PhD, Texas A&M University
- Douglas Kalman PhD RD, Miami Research Associates
- Shawn Arent PhD, Rutgers University
- Bill Campbell PhD, University of South Florida
- Ralf Jäger PhD, Increnovo LLC
- Lem Taylor PhD, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
- Colin Wilborn PhD, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
- Jacob Wilson PhD, University of Tampa
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Check out the latest paper by Schoenfeld et al. In this meta-analysis, the authors tackle the intriguing but somewhat confusing category of protein timing.
Sodium bicarbonate can definitely be added to the growing list of performance enhancing supplements.
The data isn't clear regarding the 'need' for carbs.
The effects of pre versus post workout supplementation of creatine monohydrate on body composition and strength.
"The area of sports nutrition and supplementation is perhaps the most rapidly expanding field of study in the exercise sciences. JISSN is the only peer-reviewed scientific journal that focuses on this particular category. While other journals dilute their brand message, rest assured that the International Society of Sports Nutrition and its journal, JISSN, will keep a laser-like focus on this exciting and robust area of research. If you love sports nutrition, then you'll enjoy our journal."
Dr. Jose Antonio, Editor-in-Chief, JISSN
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Volume 10 Suppl 1 (6 December 2013)
Colorado Springs, CO, USA. 14-15 June 2013