Nizam Ahamed, Postdoc associate at NMRL received the best poster award at the Human Performance Optimization Symposium 2019. The Symposium was on June 11, 2019 at University Club, University of Pittsburgh. The title of his poster was: “A Machine Learning Approach to Understand Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors that Influence Running Gait Patterns.”
Meaghan Beckner won second place at the Human Performance Optimization Symposium Poster Session held on June 11th at the University Club. Her poster titled, “The Effects of Two Multi-ingredient Pre-workout Supplements on Endurance Capacity and Anaerobic Cycling Performance”, highlighted a recent study completed at the NMRL investigating the effectiveness of two multi-ingredient pre-workout supplements (MIPS), one with beta-alanine and caffeine and one without, versus placebo in a randomized, counterbalanced order on vertical jump, anaerobic power and capacity, and endurance.