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The Hybrid Power Conditioning Program
The key to superior work capacity is simple conditioning, not continuous high intensity work.
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.
Want to Improve Your Gym Performance? Start in Your Gut
Digestive health has more of a bearing on our performance than it would first appear, so make sure yours is at its best.
12 Reps - The Breaking Muscle Digest - Vol. 1, Issue 4
Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
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Tune Up Your Conditioning: A Primer on ATP
Understanding the complexity of how our body creates energy is key to programming for better conditioning.
Tailor Your Winter Cycling Training Plan Via Heart Rate Zones
Understanding the energy systems you are using will improve your cycling performance.
EMOMs: The Most Misunderstood Method in CrossFit
The benefit of an EMOM is not to mix and match tasks, but to train energy systems and skills, and train you to work.
Understanding the Oxidative Energy System and How to Properly Feed It
This system is our primary source of ATP at rest and during longer duration physical activity. Understanding how to fuel it can help increase performance in endurance events.
Understanding Glycolysis: What It Is and How to Feed It
If you participate in sports or gym activities that require high energy outputs for two to three minutes, you need to make sure you are ingesting plenty of carbohydrates.
Bioenergetics and Nutrition: Creatine, Carbs, and Protein
Bioenergetics by definition means the flow of energy in a biological system. In the human body it refers primarily to the conversion of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into usable energy.
Why Everything You Know About Lactic Acid Might Be Wrong
You work as hard as you can, your muscles become acidic, and your effort deteriorates. Is lactic acid to blame? Here is an update on this belief and the new research that supports it.
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