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5 Ways You Can Improve Your Golf Game Inside the Weight Room

If you're looking to improve your golf game, it's time to head to the weight room. As with most sports, golf is now a year-round sport for many you...

What Is Range of Motion, and Why Is it so Important?

Range of motion. It's a term that gets thrown around a lot these days, including here on STACK.com, but do you really know what it means? Let's ...

Is Your Spine Holding Back Your Performance? Use These 4 Assessments to Find Out

Assessment is a key part of training. As trainers, we need to know our client's body so we don't overwork muscles due to imbalances, compensations,...

Use Velocity-Based Training to Get More Out of Your Athlete Assessments

Assessments are vital to implementing a strength and conditioning program. Without at least some form of baseline data, how can we measure progress, i...

Tweak Your Strength Training to Become a More Reactive, Explosive Athlete

Athletes who are interested in becoming more reactive and dynamic in sport need to make sure that their training programs reflect these traits. This m...

Fix Nagging Shin Splints With This Rehab Plan

Shin Splints – A Multifaceted Approach Todd Sabol MS, AT Almost 100% of the time, musculoskeletal issues are the result of multiple variables breaking...

Why Athletes Shouldn't Always be Concerned With Lifting Heavy Weights

Why Weight Lifting Matters the Least for an Athlete Lee Boyce Call it clickbait. Say what you will. We all know that hitting the weight room is a smart...

How to Build Strength Without Lifting Heavier Weights

"Put some weight on the bar!" The common thing you'll hear shouted across weight rooms around the country. Usually it signifies that whatever someone...

Does Cupping Therapy Actually Work?

Effectiveness of Cupping of post-exercise soreness and movement restoration Though Cupping Therapyh has just recently gained popularity in the world of...

8 Strength Coaches Recommend the Top Stretches for Athletes

Mobility exercises and stretching are two often overlooked aspects of training that are very important to improving performance and movement quality....

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