James Steele, PhD (james.steele @ solent.ac.uk) is an Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at Southampton Solent University. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
See James’ published peer reviewed articles.
In this episode, James Steele walks us through a big data meta-analysis on inter-individual variation in response to resistance training, interpretation of effect sizes, exercise science flaws, exercise guidelines for best results, and much more.
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- 01:59 – Meta-analysis on inter-individual variation
- 22:48 – The truth about effect sizes
- 32:31 – Importance of genetic variation
- 40:02 – Interpretation of effect sizes
- 59:14 – Thoughts on exercise science research
- 1:08:48 – Exercise guidelines for best results
- 1:15:19 – James’ workout routine and WHY behind it
- 1:22:55 – Advice for the HIT community
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