Women’s Health & Fitness Initiative

Researchers in the ESNL began research investigating the safety and efficacy of the Curves fitness and weight loss program in the spring of 2003.

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Research and Development Program

The ESNL has an unrestricted grant with Nutrabolt to studying the safety and efficacy of existing supplements and novel nutrients.

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Exercise and Sport Nutrition

Learn about the exercise training and nutritional strategies researched and utilized by the ESNL to optimize training adaptations, health, and performance.

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Research and Development Program

The ESNL has an unrestricted grant with Nutrabolt to studying the safety and efficacy of existing supplements and novel nutrients.

Women’s Health & Fitness Initiative

Researchers in the ESNL began research investigating the safety and efficacy of the Curves fitness and weight loss program in the spring of 2003. Since then, researchers within the ESNL have conducted a number of studies examining the short and long-term impact of women participating in the Curves program.

Research

The key to conducting health-related research that makes an impact is translating research findings from the lab to the general public.

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Publications

The ESNL is a leader in presenting research at scientific meetings, publishing results in peer-reviewed journals, and translating research

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Lab Tour

The Exercise and Sport Nutrition Laboratory is located in Building Two of Research Park at Texas A&M University.

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ESNL News

The Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab is one of the most active research units of its kind. We typically publish 8 – 12 articles and make more than 25 national or international presentations per year at leading conferences. Stay informed about the latest research being conducted in the Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab by clicking on the link below.

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Research Participant Announcements

Researchers in the Exercise & Sport Nutrition Laboratory (ESNL) at Texas A&M University often recruit men and women from the public to participate in a study. Stay tunes here to get involved!

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