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The CAASN Christmas 2020 Promotion:

For the first time ever, we have slashed the tuition fees of the CAASN coursesCAASN Christmas 2020 Promotion 4 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition by 50%. Moreover, we will give you 1 month of FREE access to Medicinal Nutrition, allowing you to have access to dietary changes and supplementation in 147 medical conditions. We have also doubled the time limits to complete the courses (see the chart below).

Taking sports nutrition to a new level, we maintain a “competitive edge” in the industry by providing unique and practical guidance. We take pride in ourselves on delivering the “World`s Most Comprehensive Programs in Sports Nutrition”.

The CAASN Christmas 2020 Promotion starts on December 25, 2020, and ends on January 25, 2021.

How To Take Advantage of This Promotion: 

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EMS Training, Muscle Damage, and Creatine Kinase Elevations:

EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) is a new trend in fitness and sports, eliciting EMS 1 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasnmuscle contractions using electrical impulses. Also known as electromyostimulation, EMS is a high-intensity whole body workout in which low frequency electrical impulses are used to stimulate the muscle fibers not engaged in conventional training.

The concern with many EMS trainees regarding an elevation in blood levels of creatine kinase prompted us to write this article.

EMS training induces microscopic tears and damage to the skeletal muscle fibers and connective tissues, leading to an increase in creatine kinase (CK) activity and its leakage into the outside of the cells. In fact, any prolonged, heavy, or repetitive exercise can elevate the circulating CK.

Creatine kinase (CK) is an enzyme that catalyzes the reversible transfer of phosphate from phosphocreatine (PCr) to ADP to form creatine and ATP. An increase in plasma CK is usually associated with DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). The severe and rapid breakdown of muscle fibers leading to the release of myoglobin, a muscle protein, into the bloodstream is called "rhabdomyolysis".

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32 Slang and Idioms in Sports and Fitness:

There are words and phrases used in sports and fitness that are regarded as verycaasn Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition 32 Slang and Idioms in Sports and Fitness informal. They are more common in speech than writing. Slang evolves without respite in every aspect of human life, and sports and fitness are not an exception. We have collected 32 common slang and idioms in sports and fitness:

1) Airplane Mode:

Used in Fitness.

It refers to someone in the gym who walks around confused, barely working out, and staring mostly at the equipment without doing any things.

Example: This guy is in the gym for hours and he hardly exercises. He is in airplane mode.

2) Beezer:

Used in Boxing.

It means the nose.

Example: He got hit in the beezer.

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CAASN Big Promotion:

50% discount on tuition fees of the CAASN certificate programs. Yes, you read it!CAASN Big Promotion 3 Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition caasn As an appreciation to the CAASN followers and visitors, we have lowered tuition fees for the current CAASN programs by 50%.

It is the 5th anniversary of launching the website of the Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition, www.caasn.com. It was launched on December 15, 2014 after 27 months of working on its contents.

Taking sports nutrition to a new level, we maintain a “competitive edge” in the industry by providing unique and practical guidance. We take pride in ourselves on delivering the “World`s Most Comprehensive Programs in Sports Nutrition”.

The CAASN big promotion starts on December 15 and ends on December 30, 2019.

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