Soccer’s 2 Mile Sprints Are Brutal
Research into women’s soccer shows players running for over 10 km per game and sprinting for nearly 3 km.
Breaking Muscle HQ
A Few Thoughts at Olympic Halftime
Thoughts on Olympic performances, why the Olympics can't only be for amateurs anymore, and our misguided notions of amateurism.
The Dying Breed of Natural Athletes
The passing of Gordie Howe and Muhammad Ali represents the end of an era in professional sports.
Another One Bites the Dust: U.S. Weightlifting Residency Program Closes
Top American lifters will be forced to find a new program as of September 30, 2016.
From Minors to Majors: How to Get Scouted in Baseball
Dream of playing in the big leagues? Learn one of the most important skills: standing out in the crowd.
A Baseball Player's Guide to Off-season Success
These five steps will return you to the field as a stronger player, both mentally and physically.
5 Ways Coaches Can Make Our World Better
If we want a guidepost for the often turbulent world of sports, we can go to some of the greatest coaches of modern society. Here are five of their lessons.
Tommy John and Baseball: America's Favorite Elbow Surgery
It is critical that youth pitchers, parents, and coaches educate themselves well on the consequences of electing the Tommy John surgery.
7 Reasons Youth Athletes Need to Strength Train
From injury prevention to motor development, strength training needs to be part of any young athlete's training.
Research Reveals Training Habits of Champion Skiers
A recent study followed world-class elite endurance athletes to find out more about how they trained.
Seattle's Gift to Weightlifting and Other Sports
The Boeing Company is located in Seattle and employs thousands. But what does this have to do with weightlifting?
Sports Drinks Show Minimal Effect on Tennis Players
You would think sports drinks would aid performance in a two-hour tennis match, but they seemed to have little impact.
A New Approach to Fitness for Golfers: 12-Week Workout Program
I have designed these golf workouts to provide a new approach to your golf training that integrates conditioning, strength, and screening.
Creatine Works for Soccer Players, Too
Creatine is known for its benefits for weight lifting, but how does it affect performance on the soccer field?
3 Reasons Americans Should Love Soccer and 3 Reasons They Don't
Major League Soccer is becoming more popular in the United States, but it faces an uphill battle in winning over the hearts of Americans. Here's why.
Eric C. Stevens
Could Head Trauma Bring an End to Football?
Nothing can bring down the NFL. Nothing except a lack of players to fill the shoes of the current ones. Would you let your kid play football?
Eric C. Stevens
How to Improve Your Golf Game and End Lower Back Pain
If you’re excluding lower back muscles in the gym, you are putting yourself at a considerable disadvantage as an athlete.
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