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A successful facility manager’s daily duties and necessary skillset

A successful facility manager’s daily duties and necessary skillset

A facility manager is the person responsible for coordinating all the employees and entities involved in the facility to ensure that they work on behalf of the facility and help meet its short- and long-term goals and objectives. read more
Performance Workout Programs

Performance Workout Programs

The functional-spectrum training system not only allows you to train both your hustle (performance) and your muscle (strength and size) but also can be adjusted easily to emphasize a particular aspect of training. The programs presented here focus on improving overall athleticism and functional capacity. read more
Natick

Natick

Departing Framingham and crossing into Natick, runners encounter a change of street names that few probably notice. read more
Determine and develop running speed for fast plays

Determine and develop running speed for fast plays

In football, speed is generally measured by a player’s time in running the 40-yard dash. read more
YogaFit Essence

YogaFit Essence

The essence of the YogaFit lifestyle is breathing, feeling, and listening to your body; letting go of expectation, judgment, and competition; and staying in the present moment. read more
Why Everyone Involved With a Soccer Team Needs to Understand Soccer Science

Why Everyone Involved With a Soccer Team Needs to Understand Soccer Science

Over the past few decades, the demand for soccer scientists and performance consultants has been growing as a result of the soccer world’s intense focus on achieving the best results possible. Researchers have developed a greater understanding of how the human body reacts to exercise, training, various environments, and many other stimuli. read more
Examining the relationship between metabolic stress and muscle growth

Examining the relationship between metabolic stress and muscle growth

The impact of metabolic stress on hypertrophic adaptations is exemplified by blood flow restriction (BFR) training studies. BFR training involves restricting venous inflow via the use of a pressure cuff while training (figure 2.5) with light weights (generally equating to <40% of 1RM), thereby heightening ischemia in the muscle as it contracts. read more
Focusing your examination approach

Focusing your examination approach

The entire diagnostic process entails each component described in this text. This examination focus or sequence will be referred to as broad to narrow or the funnel approach as advocated by the author and colleagues. read more
Seven reasons why you should be working out with dumbbells

Seven reasons why you should be working out with dumbbells

While most exercise machines are expensive and can typically be used in performing only one exercise, dumbbells are relatively cheap and adaptable to a huge range of exercises. Former U.S. Olympic strength and conditioning coach Allen Hedrick says that nearly every barbell exercise you can think of can be performed with dumbbells. read more
How a Left-Handed Hitter Should Leave the Batter&amp;rsquo;s Box

How a Left-Handed Hitter Should Leave the Batter’s Box

As with right-handed hitters, most left-handed hitters stride as the pitch is delivered, although the angle may vary. read more
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