It is surprising to me why so many sports scientists continue to search the way to improve Skiba formula without questioning its primary input.
If you like drama, BBC can create it for you. And sports drama is one of the most exciting things to watch. Extreme efforts, extraordinary sacrifices and even risking a life for victory, aren’t these the beautiful examples of human’s endeavour and great will? Or…consequences of lousy organisation, negligence, and
Popular Science journals and the general public as well, don’t like negative results. Although such results may be valuable for science, people prefer ideas which promise fast and tremendous success. “Drink beetroot juice, and you run faster and longer!”, “Do our special TRX programme, and you gain incredible core strength!
Sport Science advice must be unbiased. Imagine you are tossing a coin. Suppose you got tails five times in a row. Now you are preparing for the next throw. What do you expect more: heads or tails? It is forgivable if you answered “heads” because we may intuitively think