Linseed versus a well known “muscle building” supplement! This morning I worked out that just 56g of Linseed would deliver more amino acids than 50g of a well known “muscle building” supplement. There’s also a slight difference in price: Linseed £0.13 per day versus “Muscle building supplement” £2.11 per day.
Most horse owners like to go to a lecture or workshop to learn more about all aspects of caring for and competing horses. However travel costs, time and money can be an issue. The advantage of online seminars is that you can join from the comfort of your own home, or from anywhere where you have an internet connection. This Summer I ran a number of online seminars or “webinars” using Citrix GoToTraining.
Dr David Marlin is a scientist with more than 20 years experience in physiology and biochemistry. His specialist areas include exercise physiology, respiratory and cardiovascular physiology and disease, thermoregulation, physiological measurement, imaging and diagnostic devices. He has worked with a variety of species including horses, dogs, cats and human subjects. One of David's highest profile projects was the research into the effects of heat and humidity in the lead up to the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.