Sleep Strategies and Actionable Tips for Athletes
Intro Sleep, without a question or doubt, is the most important factor affecting performance and recovery. The importance of sleep is confirmed by copious amounts of research done throughout all [...]
Perform Lying Cable Bicep Curls to Build Bigger Arms
When it comes to building muscle, it's not just what you do but also how you do it. You can do curls with heavy weight but it won't help much unless...
Take the 100 Push-Ups Challenge
Performing 100 pushups can be a challenge for anyone, but performing 100 consecutive really can stretch the boundaries of an athlete's fitness. Reaching...
Preparation Nation: Sierra Canyon Basketball
A hard day at the beach seems implausible until you see how the Sierra Canyon basketball team spends its time off the court. The Trailblazers, ranked No. 17 in USA Today 's [...]
How to Strengthen Small and Weak Muscles
Do you find yourself often wearing long pants in the summer? Are there muscle groups on your body that just don't seem quite as proportionate with the...
Football Workouts: Hazards of Overtraining Overweight Athletes
Cutting weight isn't the easiest thing in the world, and it doesn't matter if you play a sport or not. Probably one of the toughest things to do, for an...
You’re Doing It Wrong: Running
Dear runners,I've got something to tell you, it may not be easy to hear, but you've been doing it wrong this whole time. Now, I'm probably going to make...
Ask the Experts: Can I Improve My Endurance and Burn Fat With Olympic Lifts?
Q: Can I improve my endurance and burn fat with Olympic lifts? A: Performing Olympic lifts, such as Power Cleans or Snatches, for high reps or until failure is certainly [...]
How to Schedule Your Hydration
As the warmer weather of the spring approaches, so does outdoor activity. Rising temperatures are a pleasant break from the long winter; however, be mindful that you have to hydrate, [...]
Ask the Experts: Will Conditioning Workouts Make Me Faster?
Q: Will conditioning workouts make me faster? A: Conditioning workouts that involve repeated sprints will leave you out of breath, but they won't necessarily make you faster. In fact, working [...]