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Keith Baar

Keith Baar is a professor at UC Davis and renowned tendon training researcher and expert.  Professor Keith Baar received his PhD from the University of Illinois where he discovered the molecular signal that causes load-induced muscle hypertrophy.  Keith is currently the head of the Functional Molecular Biology Laboratory (FMBLab) at the University of California Davis. Over the last 15 years, Keith has worked with elite athletes, as the scientific advisor to Chelsea Football Club, USA Track and Field, Paris Saint-Germain Football Club, British Cycling, The English Institute of Sport, Leicester Tigers Rugby, and the Denver Broncos.  He also spent time as an assistant strength coach with the University of Michigan football team where he was an undergraduate.  Keith’s current work is focused on how loading and nutrition alter tendon/ligament/ECM health and performance.

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