The bigger a muscle is, the stronger it will be. However, you probably know of someone who is very strong but does not have large muscles.
Prescriptive Stretching eBook
Using the wrong technique during stretching can waste your time and increase your risk of injury.
Developing Agility and Quickness
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.
Recovery for Performance in Sport
In many sporting activities, because of how competitions are designed, athletes are forced to reproduce performances within a short time frame.
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.
Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy eBook
Many folks absolutely love the prospect of being able to train efficiently in the convenience of their own home.
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.
Anatomical illustrations demonstrate how to improve back musculature
Although speed can be improved, it is inaccurate to suggest that everyone has the capacity to become a sprint champion.
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.