Trainers & Coaches
Performance Dining: Re-Designing Eating For Education
There's a difference between reciting facts about food, and knowing how to eat.
3 of the Best: This Week's Top Articles, Vol. 13
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Welcome to College Athletics: A Letter From Your Strength Coach
Strength coaches like me are the best friends student-athletes could ask for. But we will push your mental and physical boundaries.
Back on the Mats During Finals Week (Athlete Journal 62)
Finals week is kicking my butt, but my elbow feels much better and I’m back to regular training again.
Are College Freshmen Prepared for Athletics?
Transitioning from high school to college sports is demanding for athletes. A new study suggests ways to help them prepare.
My Athlete Child Is Going to College – How to Keep Her Active
My daughter is graduating high school and leaving for college this fall. She'll be in charge of her own fitness and nutrition. And frankly, I don’t think I’ve prepared her enough for this transition.
Conditioning Programs Help Prevent Muscle Damage and Stress
A good strength and conditioning program is essential for the competitive athlete. Why? New research shows it can help reduce cortisol levels and muscle damage over the course of a season.
A Geek's Quest for Fitness: 8 Tools to Get from Nerd to Jock
From geek to jock - it’s been over a year. I have a little weight left to lose, but this geek is now much more fit and I know how you can get your fellow (or inner) geek to get fit, too.
10 Tips to Fight the Freshman 15
The freedom of college is one of the greatest feelings in the world. On the flips side, students usually don’t consider the impact their new choices have, especially around the mid-line.
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