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Lacrosse Face-Off Technique: The Pinch and Pop

The lacrosse face-off is more than just a haphazard battle for the ball. Each player must go in with a strategy to get his stick on the ball and o...

Lacrosse Face-Off Technique: The Jam

You need fast hands to win a lacrosse face-off. They allow you to get to the ball quicker, move to an advantageous position and get the ball to on...

Lacrosse Face-Off Technique: The Clamp

A lacrosse face-off is like a game of "rock, paper, scissors." Each player goes in with a plan, and the one with the better plan—assuming he exe...

Why Creatine Is the Best Sports Supplement

The supplement industry can be confusing. There are thousands of products, many backed by outrageous claims. Worst of all, some supplements are no...

Will Eating Too Much Protein Harm Your Health?

Everyone looking to gain lean muscle and lose fat has probably heard that consuming protein is a key part of the process. (Learn more about post-gam...

Katie Knappenberger Named STACK Expert of the Month

Katie Knappenberger, R.D., ATC, assistant professor and athletic trainer at Daytona State College (Daytona Beach, Fla.)  has been named STACK's ...

Use Sports Nutrition to Heal Your Injury Faster

A key to being a great athlete is staying off the injured list. Athletes who spend the least amount of time hurt spend the most time conditioning th...

Meal Snap App: Easy Way to Count Calories

Athletes must take in enough calories throughout the day to meet their energy demands.  According to Josh Hingst, director of sports nutrition for ...

Larry Fitzgerald Takes on EAS's Unstoppable Tour

EAS, a leader in performance fuel products, created a unique challenge to show how proper sports nutrition can help make an athlete unstoppable. The...

2011 NSCA Coaches Conference Highlights

STACK attended the 2011 National Strength and Conditioning Association Coaches Conference in Dallas, Texas, at the beginning of the year. The  e...