For good health and maximum performance, you need to eat well year-round.
Sport Physiology for Coaches
When the ball is snapped in football, both players begin to accelerate. The player who can accelerate most quickly will attain the greatest velocity before the two collide. What allows one player to accelerate more quickly? The answer is power.
Jump Rope Training-2nd Edition
Rope jumping involves three phases in each jump�load phase, flight phase, and landing phase.
Jump Rope Training 2nd Edition eBook
Techniques for establishing your training baselines and testing your conditioning and proficiency.
Strength Band Training 2nd Edition eBook
It�s important to work the upper back muscles to prevent poor posture as well as shoulder and neck problems.
Breathe Strong, Perform Better eBook
The breathing pump muscles are a complex arrangement that form a semirigid bellows around the lungs.
The Athlete's Clock
The concept of pacing is rooted in the idea that athletes make cognitive, purposeful decisions regarding velocity based on previous experience and sensory input.
The Strength Training Anatomy Workout II
You need to know whether each one of your muscles is polyarticular or monoarticular. To understand the difference, consider the example of the brachialis and the biceps.
Complete Conditioning for Rugby
During the past few years technology has started to play an increasingly important role in the search for the competitive edge and for optimising player management.
Delavier's Anatomy for Bigger, Stronger Arms
You must overcome four problems in order to develop biceps. After reviewing these obstacles, we will explain how to move past them.
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.