SCIENCE & RESEARCH
on body strengthening in sports

About SCS

Strength and Conditioning network

The SCS is a non-profit, international association devoted to fostering scientific research in the field of strength and conditioning.
Through its sport sciences and clinical multi-disciplinary team of professionals, SCS aims to examine strength training and conditioning from a multifaceted perspective, including all physiological, biomechanical, psychological and epidemiological aspects.

Thus, it strives to improve knowledge in the area of strength and conditioning and its broad application to sports performance, injury prevention, rehabilitation, and health improvement.
It contributes to the disseminationof this knowledge to the scientific community and encourages initiatives aimed at increasing public awareness of findings in terms of strength and conditioning research and practice.

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@S_C_Society

- October 28, 2020

Here is an interesting and much needed study on the current practices of strength and conditioning coaches in pro sports. Well worth a read! 👀 https://t.co/PrQZgmR35D
h J R
@S_C_Society

- October 26, 2020

@HSI_Prevent: #JornadaREDHSIPrevent Este fin de semana no te puedes perder las I Jornadas RED HSI-Prevent en las que ofreceremos una actualización global de las lesiones de isquios en futbolistas. ⚽️ ¡Inscríbete ya! 📅 30 - 31 de octubre 💻 Jornadas online 👉🏼 https://t.co/K87WB5FRba https://t.co/yULDM5etqM
h J R
@S_C_Society

- October 26, 2020

Another paper published in the @S_C_Society’s “Periodization and Programming in Sports” special issue in @Sports_MDPI. Interesting work by @lucasa_pereira et al. on the effects of short-term detraining in ⚽️ players. Full-text: https://t.co/8ySAKhHhiF https://t.co/pp1Gw4jWJ3
h J R
@S_C_Society

- October 23, 2020

@JamesCollinsPN: UEFA Expert Group Statement on Nutrition in Elite Football A huge effort from our international group of 31 contributors over the 3 year process Thanks to UEFA, the steering committee and all experts Out now in @BJSM_BMJ: https://t.co/8VbZFbJIaB https://t.co/4kFAyLWvwM
h J R
@S_C_Society

- October 23, 2020

@rcsapo79: Can anybody recommend an atlas of cross-sectional anatomy in which muscle contours are outlined slice by slice?
h J R