STACK's Top 10 Expert Articles for 2012
We are honored to work with hundreds of the top sports experts from around the country. Throughout 2012, they have done a fantastic job of covering every aspect of sports performance, including training, nutrition, skills, sport psychology and recruiting. Below are 10 of the top expert-written articles published on stack.com this year.
Improve Your Combine Scores With Perfect Testing Technique
by Kurt Hester
In this series of instructional articles and videos, Hester breaks down the intricate details of combine testing technique.
The Complete Off-Season Football Workout
by Robert Pomazack
Pomazck provides a full five-phase off-season football training plan, designed to help athletes progressively make strength, size and power gains.
Will Eating Too Much Protein Harm Your Health?
by Mike T. Nelson
Nelson tackles common misconceptions about protein intake and explains how much protein is safe for athletes.
Get an in-depth look at the science behind the post-activation potentiation method, and learn how to incorporate PAP complexes into your workout.
Learn about carb back-loading, and find a detailed plan for adapting this nutrition strategy to the high-performance needs of athletes.
Sharpen Your Accuracy With Old School Driving Range Practice
by Mark Rummings
A unique approach to driving range practice that improves accuracy by reinforcing sound technique.
How to Keep Your Emotions in Check After a Blown Call
by Chris Stankovich
Find practical mental strategies for handling a blown call and learn how to refocus quickly.
Roy Holmes of Athletes' Performance explains why regen is critical for maintaining performance and how it can fix athletes' common ailments.
Reduce Low-Back Pain by Foam Rolling and Stretching
by Brian McCall
Eliminate posture issues and relieve low-back pain with this balanced stretching program.
Recruiting expert Tom Kovic explains how to improve your odds of being recruited by learning how to communicate with college coaches.
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