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Sprinting Skill Development: 6 Technique Rules
To learn to sprint properly, you should follow the same smart approach you would take to learn a lift.
Sprinting Biomechanics and the Myth of Triple Extension
The 'push off' theory of sprinting was disproved by science decades ago, so why are we still training it?
Need Speed? A 5-Gear System to Become a Faster Runner
Regardless of background or genetics, this program produces incredible results for any athlete who wants to get faster.
The Fast Way to Long Health: Move Really Quickly
Do this two or three times per week, and you'll be faster and fitter within a month
How to Choose the Right Fitness Program for You
Take this fitness personality test to find the right path to fitness for you.
Eric C. Stevens
Take a Break From Weights: How to Train Intuitively
The aim of intuitive programming is a balance between planned and spontaneous movement.
7 Ways for Experienced Lifters to Stimulate Muscle Growth
Don't stress if your strength has stalled - these techniques will help you make gains like a novice again.
The Best Cross-Training Exercise for Serious Cyclists
Cycling is a great activity for recreation and sport, but it does have its drawbacks. Cross-training can help restore balance.
A Study of Muscular Force and Athletic Performance
Getting stronger is important for any athlete, but developing a solid base in every plane of motion is the key to being at the top of your game.
Simple Hamstring Exercises to Develop Superhuman Speed
Of all physical abilities an athlete can possess, speed is the most valuable.
Want to Be a Better Runner? Then Slow Down
The secret to being a better runner isn't more intensity. It's wise use of easy and intense training sessions.
Tune Up Your Conditioning: A Primer on ATP
Understanding the complexity of how our body creates energy is key to programming for better conditioning.
Science Says Imagery Is a Powerful Psych-Up Tool
In a new study, a quieter version of psyching up was proven effective, as long as the timing is right.
Science Investigates Optimal Loads for Sled Pulls
A new study investigated the different between heavier and lighter sled pulls.
The Big Bang: Explosiveness Is at the Root of It All
If you feel as explosive as a sloth bear on phenobarbital, this article is for you.
Off to a Good Start: Science Investigates the Best Way to Accelerate
A new study compares a running start with blocks to other methods more applicable to non-track athletes.
PAP for Improved Sprint Performance: No Barbell Required
Heavy lifting has a known PAP effect, but new research suggests a more practical solution for field athletes.
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