Agility training should play a major role in a yearly conditioning program.
Athletic Development eBook
One method of work capacity development is the variation, or fartlek, method.
Fundamental Weight Training eBook
The chest is responsible for many arm movements such as throwing, pushing, and hitting.
Weight Training 4th Edition eBook
This practice procedure answers the question �How much weight or load should I use?�
Developing Agility and Quickness
Games that incorporate quickness skills are a fun way to increase athletes� motivation and enthusiasm for training. The quickness games in this section also help athletes develop their situational-movement skills and body awareness.
Developing Agility and Quickness eBook
Athletes who can move faster than their opponents have an advantage. For example, a faster athlete may be able to get to a ball more quickly than a competitor or may even outrun a pursuer.
Delavier's Sculpting Anatomy for Women
Working the buttocks and abdominal muscles will help you sculpt a beautiful silhouette and shed unsightly fat. Before you begin your training program, here is what you need to know to obtain the results you desire.
In learning optimal techniques for performing the various movements in the target classifications, players need to focus on target mechanics. In other words, effective movement needs to be based on sound mechanical principles.
High-Powered Plyometrics-2nd Edition
Plyometric training is the coordinated use of the entire body in the expression of power. Those powerful movements employ the upper body as they traverse the center of the torso, involving the motions of tossing, passing, and throwing, and their subcategories of swinging, pushing, punching, and stroking.
Maximum Interval Training eBook
Suspension training involves a little more in terms of setup, adjustment, and basic positions than the other exercise modes covered in this book. Recognizing this requirement helps ensure a safe, successful experience.
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.