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There are numerous methods of progressing the level of difficulty when using stability ball exercises.
Fundamental Weight Training eBook
The chest is responsible for many arm movements such as throwing, pushing, and hitting.
The Athlete's Clock
We take a closer look at studies into the effects daily activity and caloric restriction have on animals, and what the results might mean for humans.
Delavier's Core Training Anatomy
The very first step in creating your core workout program is to be specific when defining your goals. Are you working out for these reasons?
Stronger Legs & Lower Body eBook
The following are common programs that may be used for various situations, such as when you are trying to develop strength, size, or endurance in a specific muscle or muscle group, or when time is short. You can use these ready-made workouts instead of your current program, or in addition to your current program, as a means of mixing things up.
Caffeine for Sports Performance
Athletes normally are very disciplined people who carefully plan most aspects of what they do. But they also need downtime and like to party as much as (and sometimes more than) other people.
Caffeine for Sports Performance eBook
In the late 1990s, our excitable colleague, Dr. Dave Martin, returned from a professional cycling race with an improbable story.
Developing Speed eBook
While track sprinting is a closed skill, athletes in field and court sports require reactive agility.
Developing the Core eBook
Fast swimming relies on an athlete�s ability to simultaneously generate propulsive force with the arms and legs while attempting to minimize the drag resistance experienced as she knifes through the water.
One of the basic tenets of all exercise programs is that major efforts of training should be preceded by lower-level activities.
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.