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When your muscles are strong, you can confidently lift, reach, move, push, and pull without much thought.
Janet Evans' Total Swimming
The benefits of swimming are numerous, significant, and undeniable.
Principles and Practice of Resistance Training
Understanding the basic science of muscles creates a higher potential to create a successful training program.
Jump Rope Training 2nd Edition eBook
Rope jumping is a great tool for rehabilitation because it involves synchronizing and combining many movements.
Physical Activity and Health-2nd Edition
While psychological, social, and environmental factors contribute significantly to physical activity behavior, it is important to recognize that activity behavior also has a biological basis and that genetic variation could affect individuals� propensity to be physically active or sedentary.
Fitness Cycling eBook
Training zones are used to quantify and track intensity.
Methods of Group Exercise Instruction 3rd Edition eBook
Per Olof Astrand coined the term functional training in a landmark article titled �Why Exercise?� He stated, �If animals are built reasonably, they should build and maintain just enough, but not more structure than they need to meet functional requirements� (1992, p. 154).
Designing Resistance Training Programs-4th Edition
Yes they can, especially when the exercise volume increases dramatically to the point at which performance gains due to an off-season training program are lost.
Dumbbell Training eBook
Designing effective resistance training programs is critical for achieving optimal results. You can use great technique and train with great intensity, but unless you follow a program that has been well thought out, you will never achieve the best results.
Conditioning Young Athletes eBook
It is appropriate to moderately increase the intensity of training during the athletic formation stage of development. Although most athletes are still vulnerable to injuries, their bodies and capacities are rapidly developing.