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Can Stretching Make You Stronger?

You often hear how stretching—whether static, isometric or dynamic—should be a focal point of  every workout. Phrases like "each session take...

Ask The Experts: Is It Okay to Vomit During a Workout?

Q: Is it okay to vomit during a workout? A:  Many people—including some coaches and trainers—believe that vomiting is a sign of hard work....

How to Run Faster: A Guide for Developing Speed and Endurance

Every athlete wants to run faster and sustain speed over a period of time. However, many athletes simply don't understand how to achieve this goal. ...

Exercise of the Week: Hill Repeats

The STACK Exercise of the Week will help you improve your overall sports performance—including strength, speed, conditioning and flexibility. This...

Boost Your Recovery With a Contrast Shower

When you work out or play your sport, you put your muscles through a beating that can leave them fatigued and sore. To help improve recovery and all...

The Truth About Aerobic and Anaerobic Training

Certain exercises have been classified as aerobic (with oxygen) or anaerobic (without oxygen). Typical aerobic activities include jogging, biking an...

10 Basic Guidelines For Marathon Training

Whether you're a veteran runner or training for your first marathon, follow these basic guidelines for your workouts and recovery to reach your ...

Get Faster: Types of Speed Development

First-Step Quickness and Acceleration Most sports are played in a confined spaced, forcing athletes to stop and start quickly while reacting to ea...

Play Harder With 110% Ice Therapy Compression Gear

Compression gear has repeatedly proven its value to athletes, both before and during activity. Benefits include increased blood flow, reduced lact...

Two Ways to Relieve Post-Training Muscle Soreness

June 21 marks the first day of summer, which means off-season training should be in full effect. Whether you're grinding it out in the weight room o...