Food Basics and how they relate to the reduction of body fat and changes in muscle mass.
Practical strategies and evidence-based approaches to help clients maximize the potential in training and recover from strenuous activity.As the body’s hormones to control metabolism, build muscle, fat metabolism and appetite.
How to achieve hormonal balance may be the missing link you need to lose weight, improve your health and better in the gym or on the playing field!
Help clients achieve their goals and to lose that stubborn fat.
This is one article from IDEA that has some of the points that you are looking for:
Hope this helps….I know there are a few more and if I come across more I’ll post them for you.
this has recently gotten some interest, and I would suggest you look for articles by Fabio Comana (NASM) who has published on that subject. One of the articles I found were notes from the last conference and thus may be difficult to discern without having been at the session. Here is the link http://www.scwfitness.com/california/outlines_r3/FR2L.pdf.
Another author to check out is Len Kravitz who also has some research articles. Here is the link to one of them http://www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Article%20folder/cortisol.html.