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I'm Barely Eating But My Body Isn't Changing. Why?

Tells me if this sounds familiar... You are a female athlete. You train hard, and do so 5-6 days a week. You want to be in your BEST shape fo...

Why You Shouldn't Be Working Out Every Day

The best athletes in the world are committed to a training program that enhances their physical skills. However, working out every day often doesn't n...

Crunch Time: The Benefits of Adding More Pressure and Anxiety to an Athlete's Training

"Under pressure, you don't rise to the occasion. You sink to the level of your training." This quote is attributed to the Navy Seals, but I believe...

7 Tips to Sprint Safely and be a More Resilient Runner

It does not matter how talented you are or how hard you work—if you're constantly nursing injuries, you'll never reach your potential as a runner. T...

How to Eat Healthy During the Holiday Season

Healthy Holiday Eating Are you spending too much time worrying about holiday weight gain, rather than taking the time to enjoy family traditions and...

Stop Obsessing Over Your One-Rep Max

"How much do you bench, bro?" Right now in a gym somewhere, some lifter just asked someone else this question, and far too often this is not only asked...

The 7 Most Common Injuries in Sports and Training (and How to Avoid Them)

Sports and recreation are good ways to have fun while working out and staying in shape, but all it takes is one injury to keep you on the bench...

How to Harness Coffee's Sports Performance Benefits

Caffeine is a legal performance enhancing drug, in fact, it's even on the WADA's monitoring program for possible in-competition abuse. Caffeine has been...

Why Jumping Rope is a Must for Athletes

The jump rope is an exercise that a lot of us spent a few days on in PE during elementary school and then forgot all about. But it is an extremely...

Forefoot Running vs. Heel Strike: The Best Option for Fast and Low-Impact Running

Forefoot running vs. heel strike running is a hotly debated topic in the running community. Some contend that a heel strike will slow you down and cau...

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