elite athletes

What separates elite athletes from the rest is their investment and belief in their own success.
Mark McClusky's book, "Faster, Higher, Stronger," is full of good science and great stories.
A recent study followed world-class elite endurance athletes to find out more about how they trained.
Most of us will benefit far more from learning how the pros got to where they are, rather than what they do now.
The reason you’re mired in mediocrity is because you simply aren’t putting in the hours needed to get the result you want. Many people say they’re really committed, but few do the work.
Athletes and coaches have long questioned the role that the menstrual cycle plays in a female athlete’s athletic performance.
The sport of Supercross BMX is a rapidly growing sport. Supercross BMX racing became an Olympic sport at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Kettlebells are commonly used in athletic programming by strength and conditioning professionals, CrossFit athletes, elite athletes and recreational athletes
The intense training programs found in elite youth athletics today prior to, and during puberty, may have a significant effect on the sexual maturation of female athletes.
Many people do not automatically think of the word athlete when they think of race car drivers.
The CrossFit Games came to an exciting and exhilarating end this past Sunday at the Home Depot Center in Southern California. Here's a recap of each year's events and winners.
A recent study in International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport investigated the variables related to weight throw performance among elite and collegiate athletes.
The standard training for both competitive wrestlers and football players on the collegiate level involves short high-intensity intervals followed by short periods of rest.
Rowing for sport is becoming more popular worldwide. Whether rowing on water or on an indoor ergometer, rowing is an extremely demanding endurance sport.
Recent research compared agility, body composition, power, and strength of NCAA Division-I (D-I) and Division-III (D-III) female athletes.