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To do static stretching, athletes select a muscle and gently move across a joint until they feel a comfortable stretch on the muscle.
Youth Strength Training
Over the past three decades, the prevalence of childhood obesity has more than doubled for adolescents and has more than tripled for children.
Cycling Anatomy eBook
Anatomical illustrations demonstrate how to improve back musculature
Wheelchair sport can increase confidence and self-esteem, and it may provide people with a positive outlook on life. There is a wheelchair sport for almost everyone who wants to participate and for any level of expertise, from novice through to Paralympic competition.
Wheelchair Sport eBook
Learn more about the skills needed for wheelchair basketball, and get a sneak peek of some of the drills featured in the Wheelchair Sport.
Massage for Sport Performance
The primary purpose of preevent massage is to assist an athlete in preparing for a competition or workout at an event site.
Heart Rate Training eBook
One of the most valuable long-term pieces of information you can gather is resting heart rate.
Rest, which by nature triathletes are inherently bad at, is an integral part of the healing process. This is when the body heals itself and gets stronger, whether you are taking a day or a few weeks off from working out or reducing the intensity or volume of your workouts. Prevention techniques that assist with healing, including stretching and specific strengthening, are often overlooked but are an essential part of triathlon training.
Performing acceleration drills from specific starting conditions allows evaluation of the athlete�s technique for sport-specific situations.
Bodyweight Strength Training Anatomy
The glutes are vital for functional movement. Walking, standing up from a chair, climbing stairs, picking up objects off the floor, and carrying objects across the room all require properly functioning posterior chain musculature.
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.