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The success of an academic career is dependent upon research accomplishments. The single most important factor for the success of a researcher on the academic job market is the scientific output, i.e., published papers, accompanied by other factors such as networking and participating in science…

Bei Krafttraining denken viele nur an Sixpacks oder Muckibude. Aber Muskelaufbau ist nicht nur was für Bodybuilder. Zudem ist Krafttraining für uns alle geeignet, von Kindern bis zu hochbetagten Senioren. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO empfiehlt es sogar ausdrücklich. Wie das aussehen kann, das…

The next Munich Muscle Meeting (MMM) will be held in a hybrid format because of the stable COVID-19 situation. The upcoming meeting is being organized by Maria Spletter, who will host the in-person session at the Department of Physiological Chemistry (Biomedical Center Martinsried, LMU, Room…

Human metabolism is highly variable. At one end of the spectrum, defects of enzymes, transporters, and metabolic regulation result in metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus or inborn errors of metabolism. At the other end of the spectrum, favorable genetics and years of training combine to…

A training plan, or an exercise prescription, is the point where we translate sport and exercise science into practice. As in medicine, good practice requires writing a training plan or prescribing an exercise programme based on the best current scientific evidence. A key issue, however, is that a…