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Creating excitement for your project

Creating excitement for your project

Once your aquatics project is approved, you will enter the design phase for the facility. Be sure to go back to the work you did through the public process, focus groups, and surveys, and do your best to keep your promises. read more
The anatomy of flying

The anatomy of flying

A player will experience multiple changes of tempo when playing. It is important to be able to change tempo and achieve maximum speed as quickly as possible, but it is also important to improve that top speed. read more
Executing the Heiden Squat

Executing the Heiden Squat

Hockey, and specifically skating, relies on joint angles. The Heiden squat puts the lower extremities into an extreme position. read more
Strength, power, speed, and agility on the ice

Strength, power, speed, and agility on the ice

Strength—resisting or imposing a force—is essential for a variety of reasons and critical to the success of hockey athletes. read more
The carbohydrate mouth rinse phenomenon

The carbohydrate mouth rinse phenomenon

One hour of sustained or intermittent high-intensity exercise is not limited by the availability of muscle glycogen stores given adequate nutritional preparation. read more
Sugar intake and health effects

Sugar intake and health effects

Over the past century, the yearly intake of simple sugars has increased dramatically to approximately 50 kg (110 lb) per person, which is 25 times more than 100 years ago. read more
Quality of protein

Quality of protein

The quality of a protein relates to the degree to which that protein contributes to daily requirements. Various methods have been proposed to measure the protein quality of a food. read more
Creating the W formation

Creating the W formation

Once a team on defense anticipates during a rally that their opponents cannot attack their third contact, they simply need to call out “free ball” and move to the W formation. read more
Creation of the libero position

Creation of the libero position

In the late 1990s, the libero position was officially introduced for international competition and was first used for NCAA women’s volleyball in the 2002 season. read more
What makes for a successful game?

What makes for a successful game?

At this point, you may be wondering, "Are some games better than others"? The simple answer is yes, but there is a lot more to it than that. read more
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