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Tony Nunez

"Tony Nunez, PhD, is a professor in the human performance and sport department at Metropolitan State University of Denver. His research interests include metabolic conditioning, exercise performance, and exercise programming for general and clinical populations as well as athletes. He enjoys teaching, outdoor activities/competitions, and all things exercise."

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Ultra-Endurance Exercise

April 4, 2016

Ultramarathons and other extreme-
endurance events produce amazing
displays of strength and determination. Because these events push the
limits of athletic performance, they’ve drawn scrutiny from scientists
hoping to learn how much the human body can take.

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Suspension Exercise: The Research

October 23, 2015

Suspension exercise combines body weight and anchored, seatbelt-like straps to provide an alternative to free weights and machines. Do these strap-based training systems work as well as more traditional resistance training tools.? Learn what the research says.

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Limits and Effects of Ultra-Endurance Exercise

October 18, 2015

Ultramarathons and other extreme-
endurance events produce amazing
displays of strength and determination. Because these events push the
limits of athletic performance, they’ve drawn scrutiny from scientists
hoping to learn how much the human body can take.

Read More
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