Welcome to the portal! Fitness information is available everywhere in the public domain, but sifting out the good stuff from the junk can be an expensive waste of time. This is especially true with the internet, which is absolutely saturated with pseudoscience and obnoxious marketing. On the other hand, there’s the legitimate information in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. The problem is, science can only work on bits and pieces at a time, and the big picture gets lost among the details. Real-world applications of the findings are often missing from the studies. Not to mention, the way they’re written works better than sleep narcotics.
As a solution, I’ve developed a unique educational resource to make learning an engaging and practical experience, without diluting or oversimplifying the data.
Content Overview: Alan Aragon’s Research Review (AARR) is an unbiased monthly critical analysis and application of the latest research pertaining to nutrition, exercise, and supplementation. This journal is designed to help the reader develop a solid understanding of important topics in fitness that are widely misunderstood. Overall, the goal is to provide a unique science & practice-based, multi-topic, bias-free, commercial-free, in-depth, ongoing resource of information.
Enhanced Navigation: The table of contents provides direct links to each study within the issue. Every section and study is internally bookmarked. This means that you can click on the “bookmarks” tab (vertically positioned near the top left side of the screen) and navigate through the journal effortlessly.
View the AARR Index of articles here.