Conditioning for Fighting with Mike Perry, Part I: Energy Systems 101
Fighters need to be ready for different amounts of effort at any moment. Mike Perry trains his athletes for that purpose.
What the Lower Dantian Is and Why It’s Pivotal to Your Training
What if I told you a daily investment of five to ten minutes could dramatically increase your ability to go in the gym?
Qigong: The New (Ancient) Way of Improving Health and Performance
Qigong is an ancient practice that has tremendous benefit for the modern athlete.
What Housekeepers Can Teach Us About Weight Loss
Recognizing the value of everyday movement might be the key to shifting your mentality toward success.
Creating Balance in Fitness: Redefining Obesity for 2015
Coaches, stop the downward spiral of detrimental coaching and nutritional counseling with your obese clients.
How to Figure Out if You Are Ready to Roll Today
Every morning is an opportunity for you to check in with your body. Here are the questions to ask it.
Why All Humans Need to Eat Meat for Health
Be true to your human nature and to your taste buds. Don’t cut meat out of your life. It has way too much to offer.
Science Finds the Best Way to Calculate Resting Energy Expenditure
How do you find out many calories you burn each day? These formulas can help.
A Closer Look at the Role of Mitochondria in Athletes
A recent editorial reviewed the role of the mitochondria in extreme situations such as high altitude and fasting.
8 Natural Ways to Fuel Your Energy Level Through the Day
Do you look after your body as well as you look after your car? Here are eight strategies to help you take things up a gear.
How to Improve Your Mental State Through Just 5 Minutes of Meditation
What if I told you that peace of mind is possible with consistency and discipline, and without much time? You can tap into the subconscious and unconscious minds, too, with practice and consistency.
How Heat and Carbs Affect Your Performance
Mitochondria production plays a crucial role in athletic performance. A recent study explores the relation between heat, carb intake, and mitochondrial activity.
Why a Non-Yoga, Non-Hippie Guy Thinks You Should Do Yoga
I'm a boxer, not a yogi. Yet, I find unlike other exercise, yoga makes me feel better after I do it. Here's why I think non-yogis, especially guys, should try it.
Eric C. Stevens
Intuition: Sensing and Using Energy
We receive thousands of bits of information from the external world in a matter of seconds through all our senses. But sometimes we have a sixth sense about energies, our intuition.
What Is "Energy" - How You See & How You Keep Bad Energy Away
"Energy" is something different to all of us, depending on our way of sensing the world and our belief system. But we all know good energy is good and bad energy is something we don't want around.
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