Use Music to Drive Your Workouts
The mood, emotion, and energy in an class hinges on the ‘soundtrack’ you play.
Eric C. Stevens
Alkaline Diet for an Athletic Edge
By knowing what foods have either an acidic or alkaline effect, you can eat to perform at your best.
Beyond GPP: Find Your Movement Flow
Perceptual motor and work capacity development will make dramatic improvements to your physical competence and performance.
Beyond GPP: The New Model of Performance Training
What I’ve come to discover is an entirely new dimension of training, with profound value for those who pursue and coach performance.
Get Back to Fighting Weight and Conquer Race Season
How will you approach the extra pounds you put on in the off-season?
Coaching or Individual Practice: Know When to Cut the Cord
Coaches are always an important part of an athlete's development. But know when to step back and let the athlete be self-sufficient
A Complete System for Training Clients
A complete system has elements of performance, but it must also address injury prevention and whole body integration.
Supersets: Beware the Line Between Training and Recovery
Supersets don't have to blast the nervous system. They should be used to challenge stability and coax your best performance.
Smart Ways to Manage Your Lifter's Performance
From setting goals to managing your lifters at competitions, there are some guidelines to keep in mind as a coach.
How to Increase Power Output With Better Programming
Finding the sweet spot between force output and velocity will result in a great potential for muscle gain and performance.
Can Low-Carb Hurt Your Athletic Performance?
A recent study compares the performance of ultra-marathon runners under different dietary conditions.
Eat to Perform: Simple Dietary Advice for the Athlete
When it comes to your sport, diet is a big piece of the puzzle. But that doesn't mean it has to be complicated.
Couch Stretch: Small, But Important Ways You're Doing It Wrong
The couch stretch is a brutal but effective way to work out the kinks in your hips.
Carb Powders and the Strange World of Supplement Economics
There has been a sharp rise in carbohydrate powder production in the supplement industry, but the story is more about profit than performance.
The Carnitine Question: What the Research Says
Whether your focus is aesthetics, fat loss, or performance, research indicates carnitine is a winner.
Why Runners Need Strength Training (And How to Get Started)
You’ll be able to run more, experience fewer overuse injuries, and race faster. And who doesn’t want that?
Is Intermittent Fasting Right for You?
Is intermittent fasting a gym science myth or an effective means of fat loss? The answer might be up to you.
5 Foot Strengthening Exercises to Improve Speed, Power, and Balance
Your feet are your foundation and are responsible for transferring all the force from your body to the ground.
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