Gaps in Exercise Physiology Research?

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PhilDavies

Hi to all forum members,

Not sure if I am pushing my luck here but I 'm looking for inspiration for my MSc Exs Physiology thesis. It's very early days and although I have a few ideas they don't do a great deal for me.

Can I ask forum members what gaps in the research they would like to see some research on? I am lucky in that I have fantastic facilities available to me and can study both applied subjects (i.e. effects of training) and basic science (i.e. protein structure). I can pretty much choose any topic in exs phys.

Ideally I'd like to keep it sports based as opposed to health based and it must be exs phys/nutrition related as opposed to biomechanics or psychology.

Thanks id advance for any broad suggestions!

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