Over the past decade, plyometric training has become an integral part of athletics training programs for coaches in most multidirectional sports.
Triathlon 101-2nd Edition
Achieve success by working on weaknesses
Playing Tennis After 50 eBook
Use sound technique to minimize shock to your body.
Court Sense eBook
What drives one player might be quite different from what drives another, and the same is true of coaches.
Laura Stamm's Power Skating Book-4th Edition/DVD Package
Goals are scored and hockey games are won or lost in fractions of a second. The fastest get to the puck first and get the advantage for their team.
Tennis Anatomy eBook
For a tennis player, the shoulder is one of the most used (and sometimes overused) areas of the body. Typically, this makes it one of the most injured areas, especially in competitive tennis players.
The Volleyball Drill Book eBook
Players become more competitive if they are given more competitive opportunities.
The Wrestling Drill Book-2nd Edition
The premise for takedown counter drills is to stop your opponent�s initial attack and then create a counterattack in which you score.
The short shuttle is a timed race in which players run a total of 20 yards, changing directions twice�once to the right and once to the left.
Running Science eBook
Examining the history of mile and 1,500-meter training is useful to modern runners and coaches because it helps provide an understanding of why mile or 1,500 meter performances have improved so dramatically over the years.