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Terrelle Pryor Takes No Time Off After Playing Three Different Positions for the Browns

Predictably, the Cleveland Browns have had a rough start to their 2016 season. After Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins, they are now 0-3. This i...

3 Strategies to Monitor Your Athletes and Prevent Overtraining

There's something frustrating about trying to control what your athletes do in the hours following practice - especially if you begin to observe a...

How Long You Rest Between Sets Has a Huge Impact on Your Workout

You're Missing the Rest (Periods) of the Picture As a coach and trainer, I spend a lot of time watching people workout. Over the last 20 years or so...

Your Complete HIIT Training Guide

What is HIIT Training? HIIT is an acronym for "high-intensity interval training," which refers to a workout technique that mixes bouts of hard or all...

How to Properly Recover After Your Baseball Season

For many baseball players, August marks the end of a very long season. College players have been playing since February, high school and youth players...

How to Build Functional and Durable Muscle for Sports Performance

The Protective Mechanisms of MuscleZ For Athletes Have you ever wondered how NFL running backs endure such punishment throughout the football season, or...

How to Create a Strength and Conditioning Program for Youth Athletes

In my article last month for STACK titled, How Old Does Your Child Need to be to Start Working Out?, I gave the age I felt a youth athlete could start a...

What's Up With Cupping? 6 Facts About The Ancient Recovery Method Powering Olympians Like Michael Phelps

What's wrong with Michael Phelps? Sure, the guy's already added three gold medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics to make himself the most decorate...

An Athlete's Guide to Building Muscle

At this point there is so much literature on building muscle or hypertrophy development, although, I don't believe there is a definitive guide for...

3 Fruit Recipes That Alleviate Sore Muscles

All athletes will experience delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) after a workout due to small tears that are occurring within the muscle fibers when...

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