Understanding the basic science of muscles creates a higher potential to create a successful training program.
Tapering and Peaking for Optimal Performance
Although the complexities of a group taper can be daunting, the basic structure of a segment of relative rest
following the regular season followed by a time of serious training culminating in a taper is a reasonable strategy for team coaches to adopt.
Breathe Strong, Perform Better
Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) will improve exercise tolerance or performance by delaying the onset of the inspiratory muscle metaboreflex.
End Back & Neck Pain eBook
If you have chronic spinal pain that has not been aggravated recently, here are some basic self-intervention activities to help you feel better.
Caffeine for Sports Performance
Around the world, coffee and tea have become the major sources of caffeine intake.
Caffeine for Sports Performance eBook
We all know that caffeine is a diuretic. A cup of coffee makes us dash to the restroom and for every cup we drink, we need to add another glass of water to our daily eight.
Conditioning to the Core
A stable, strong, and powerful core lasts a lifetime. Core efficiency is not a passing fad or something that needs to be trained only while actively involved in sport.
Dumbbell Training eBook
People sometimes have a tendency to emphasize the upper body in strength training programs because they often equate being strong and powerful with having big arms or a big chest. In reality, however, most sports are lower-body dominant.
High-Performance Training for Sports
In high-level sport, small elevations in performance can have a significant impact on performance outcomes and can differentiate between winning and losing.
You�ve learned the movement patterns, built up strength, worked on conditioning, and improved lagging body parts. Now it�s time to put it all together and see what you can do with all the work you�ve put in. These 40 workouts combine aspects from all the training you�ve done up to this point for the ultimate expression of performance.
Endurance athletes often believe the more they train, the better the results. But according to the NSCA’s Ben Reuter, recovery time is just as important when developing an effective endurance training program.