It’s the fundamental aspects of the cue sports that allow you to gain an edge before you move on to specific game tactics that help you keep that edge.
Heart Rate Training eBook
You can use heart rate data to indicate too much training in the early stages, what we refer to as acute overtraining, or overreaching.
Coaching Volleyball Technical and Tactical Skills eBook
The jump floater serve is the same as the standing floater serve except there is an approach and jump to make contact with the ball.
Tennis Anatomy eBook
Being fit enough to endure a long match while pressuring your opponent could be the difference between winning and losing. Coaches know that good volleys are hit with the feet as well as the hands. You have to be in proper position to volley well. Therefore, training the legs is probably the most important activity you can participate in to become a good volleyer.
The Art of Running Faster eBook
Runners cannot avoid working their quadriceps and hip flexors (the muscles in front of the hips and thighs which you use every time you lift your knees), and so it is important to keep these muscles stretched and loose.
Complete Offensive Line
Players can work on pass protection drills during the off-season and the summer. Successful pass protection is a combination of balance and body control.
Complete Offensive Line eBook
Intelligence plays a very important role on the offensive line. Offensive linemen need to be football smart in addition to being able to perform in the classroom.
The Wrestling Drill Book-2nd Edition
The typical wrestling workout session involves spending about 50 percent of the time in the neutral position perfecting takedown skills. This is a smart workout approach because of the great importance takedown superiority has for winning matches. Next, both bottom and top mat wrestling would be equally divided for the purpose of polishing escape or reversal and ride or pinning combination skills.