NAPL’s broad research agenda includes investigating the impact of training techniques, therapeutic interventions, and nutrition on performance and recovery, assessing the biomechanical impact of performance on the athlete’s body, harnessing biomarkers in saliva and blood to guide training, developing technologies to reduce injury and improve performance, and identifying and reducing factors that lead to injuries and chronic conditions later in an athlete’s life. While the research addresses primarily collegiate athletes, the novel technologies and interventions that evolve are expected to impact the lives of athletes across the ability and age spectrum.
The Effects of Work-to-Rest Ratios on Torque, Electromyographic, and Mechanomyographic Responses to Fatiguing Workbouts, Ethan C. Hill, Terry J. Housh, Cory M. Smith, Kristen C. Cochrane, Nathaniel D.M. Jenkins, Richard J. Schmidt, and Glen O. Johnson
Time Course of Changes in Neuromuscular Responses at 30% versus 70% 1 Repetition Maximum during Dynamic Constant External Resistance Leg Extensions to Failure, Cory M. Smith, Terry J. Housh, Ethan C. Hill, Richard J. Schmidt, and Glen O. Johnson
Frontal plane comparison between drop jump and vertical jump: Implications for the assessment of ACL risk of injury, Guilherme Manna Cesar, Curtis L. Tomasevicz, and Judith M. Burnfield
Examining the Reliability, Validity and Factor Structure of the DRS-15 with College Athletes, Leilani Madrigal, Diane L. Gill, and Kent Eskridge
Preliminary results on organization on the court, physical and technical performance of Brazilian professional futsal players: comparison between friendly pre-season and official match, Luiz Henrique Palucci Vieira, Sera N. Doğramaci, Ricardo Augusto Barbieri, Fabio Milioni, Felipe Arruda Moura, Vitor Luiz de Andrade, Guilherme Manna Cesar, and Paulo Roberto Pereira Santiago
Glucose-fructose likely improves gastrointestinal comfort and endurance running performance relative to glucose-only, P. B. Wilson and S. J, Ingraham
National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement: Evaluation of Dietary Supplements for Performance Nutrition, Jackie L. Buell, Rob Franks, Jack Ransone, Michael E. Powers, Kathleen M. Laquale, and Amanda Carlson-Phillips