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Get Strong to Ride Fast
You can get faster this winter without bundling up to slog through the cold.
The Athletic Potential of Vitamin D
Research shows that maintaining the right level of vitamin D may improve six key areas of performance.
Dr. Marc Bubbs
The Two Best Exercises for Increasing Your Vertical Jump
Ever since I can remember, I’ve wanted a higher vertical jump. Here are the two things that make a difference.
Foot Placement and Movement in Olympic Weightlifting: How to Create the Most Power
Olympic lifters didn't always squat. They used to do all split lifts. So how much should your feet move? And which is better, the power jerk or the push jerk?
Good Swings Are Fast Swings
I'm going to pick on the American swing again, but this time because I want to discuss why and how we choose our tools and the weights associated with them. Is heavier actually better?
Variable Resistance Training Increases Power Development
Variable resistance training is what you see when a lifter adds elastic bands or chains to a lift. Science takes a look at its effectiveness and the role it plays in power development.
How the Length of Your Bones Affects Your Power Output
Development of power output is critical for athletes. Do you know what percentage of your 1RM to use to maximize power? What if it all depended on the length of your bones?
Power Output Comparison of Power Clean, Hang Power Clean, and High Hang Power Clean
Is it just me or are there a million variations of the power clean? Which one should you be using in your training and why? New research examines the power output of multiple versions of the clean.
3 Simple Strength Programs: Preparing Athletes for Power
You're an athlete looking to increase your power, but first you've got to get your body tough and strong. It's pretty simple and in this article there are three plans outlined to help get you strong.
Testing Training Methods: Are You Training Your Athletes Properly?
Wouldn’t it be best to actually know if an athlete would benefit more from gains in strength or speed first, and then create a training plan that helps you and your athlete achieve exactly that?
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