performance

When it comes to what athletes do and what will help them perform better, I look to the science.
Heart rate variability is a strong indicator of your ability to function well in an upcoming workout.
Everything thinks cutting weight for competition is a great idea. In reality, very few athletes should even try it.
Performance is everywhere. Interviewing for a job. Competing in a fitness competition. In order to succeed, you must be prepared.
Having showed this technique to many people, I find about 80% see improvement immediately.
I call this technique the PR Amplifier because I found that by doing it every time I trained I more easily hit personal records.
There is an incredible amount of brain activity each time you move that determines how effective you are and impacts your cycling performance.
What can reveal the most about an athlete, can make or break a game, and can reach viral status? That’s right. Attitude.
A lack of vitamin D may be the cause of chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, and joint pain.
Tired in BJJ class, sore, or just have no pop? Follow MacKenzie's performance meal plan.
Follow this protocol and you too will conquer the most common injury to the upright walking man - low back pain.
A focus on reducing calories is common with triathletes who focus on weight as a metric of progress. What a lot of people forget is that your results are based on one simple metric: your time.
It’s that time of year when we promise ourselves we will be better. I challenge you to make a different set of resolutions this year. Focus on your body’s abilities, not it’s faults.
When the body is properly fueled, performance will go up. When the body is starving, performance will drop. The goal of this article is to teach you how to gauge and fuel your performance.
Is is true that a ketogenic diet may be beneficial to decreasing weight and fat mass without decreasing performance?
How effective is caffeine as an aid to performance? Does it have other benefits or disadvantages? Here are ten articles to answer these questions, and others.
Most athletes use some kind of ergogenic aid to improve their performance. Are you using aids that really work or falling for a gimmick? A new review helps answer that question.