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3 Simple Tips to Prevent Overtraining

Prevent Overtraining- Overtraining education for your fitness performance MATT CRAWLEY, MS, CSCS*D, RSCC, USATF-1, FRC Overtraining is a controversial...

Use Belly Breathing to Recover Faster

We hear it all the time – training doesn't make you bigger, stronger, or faster. Recovery from training makes you bigger, stronger, and faster....

Optimize Your Conditioning Workouts With the Humon Hex Oxygen Sensor

Most workout technology has been geared to endurance and conditioning training. First came the humble stopwatch. Then heart rate monitors. And more ...

10 Ways to Change Your Workouts to Suit Your Energy Levels

Autoregulation is defined as adapting the training session according the current state of the athlete. Some days, an athlete's energy will be through...

Why Baseball Players Need to Prioritize Back Strength

There are two very important reasons for baseball players to include back training into their strength and conditioning program – injury prevention and...

How Your Mood Can Affect Your Sports Performance

Every good athlete knows that it takes more than physical stamina to succeed. Along with developing your muscles, reflexes and physical capabilities,...

The Strange Recovery Tool Athletes Are Using to Improve Their Performance and Prevent Injuries

Ice, heat, ultrasound and electric stimulation are well-known recovery and rehab tools. However, did you know that light can also be included in this ...

6 Easy Ways to Lead by Example

Follow These Sports and Wellness Performance-Enhancing Tips/Beneficial Habits in 2017 and Beyond By Jim Carpentier, CSCS Though 2017 is well underway,...

3 Scientifically Proven Ways to Build Muscle

A key aim of many athletic performance programs is to build muscle. A foundation for increased strength and power; resilience to injury and improved...

Do These 3 Upper-Body Plyos Instead of Plyo Push-Ups

Plyo Push-Ups and Clap Push-Ups are popular upper-body plyometric exercises. They appear to be the upper-body equivalent of jumping, and they look sup...

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