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Why offensive line is football's most dangerous position

Why offensive line is football's most dangerous position

Linemen sustain the most injuries according to Journal of Physical Activity and Health read more
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Tactics to help develop weight training programs

Tactics to help develop weight training programs

The decision to start a weight training program is based on an end goal. read more
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Planning for a preevent massage

Planning for a preevent massage

The primary purpose of preevent massage is to assist an athlete in preparing for a competition or workout at an event site. read more
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Understanding and treating spasms and cramps

Understanding and treating spasms and cramps

Learning about what causes problems in muscles helps the trainer understand how to treat the muscles. read more
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Eat well, feel great with app

Eat well, feel great with app

Create nutritious meals with Nancy Clark’s Recipes for Athletes app, featuring 71 recipes searchable across calories, carbohydrate, fat, protein, special diets, and nutrient timing. read more
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Learn the advantages of nutrient timing

Learn the advantages of nutrient timing

There are several benefits of nutrient timing. These involve maximizing your body’s response to exercise and use of nutrients. read more
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Improve your mental processing speed

Improve your mental processing speed

Mental processing speed is composed of three stages: sensation, perception, and response selection. read more
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Breakfast is key to a healthy sports diet

Breakfast is key to a healthy sports diet

Cereal is the breakfast of champions! read more
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Levator scapulae stretch

Levator scapulae stretch

The levator scapulae runs between the upper part of the shoulder blades and the top four cervical vertebrae. read more
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Learn how muscles build up strength

Learn how muscles build up strength

The bigger a muscle is, the stronger it will be. However, you probably know of someone who is very strong but does not have large muscles. read more
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