Training is a repeating (rollover) process consisting of four steps: assessment, planning, implementation, and monitoring.
Complete Conditioning for Baseball
Keys to preventing rotator cuff injuries
Breathe Strong, Perform Better
Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) will improve exercise tolerance or performance by delaying the onset of the inspiratory muscle metaboreflex.
Stronger Legs & Lower Body
The hamstrings are hard to see, which leads to an �out of sight, out of mind� effect.
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.
Woman's Guide to Muscle and Strength, A
It takes more than just lifting weights to own the ideal female physique�one that is strong, low in body fat, and high in lean mass, that provides muscle definition, and that functions well in everyday life.
Complete Conditioning for Rugby
Rugby is one of the most intriguing sports to analyse from a physiological perspective because it has such a variety of demands and each match is unique.
Developing Speed eBook
Although speed can be improved, it is inaccurate to suggest that everyone has the capacity to become a sprint champion.
Dumbbell Training eBook
People sometimes have a tendency to emphasize the upper body in strength training programs because they often equate being strong and powerful with having big arms or a big chest. In reality, however, most sports are lower-body dominant.
High-Performance Training for Sports eBook
Designing training programmes for single-sport athletes would require a phase of physical preparation prior to the onset of the competitive phase.
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.