Monthly Archives: September 2014

“Pros and cons of aerobic training for anaerobic athletes” Coach Drake Webster lists some of the potential benefits and drawbacks of aerobic training for those athletes competing in sports that rely more on the anaerobic energy systems.

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“My Most Frequently used Strength Exercises” Coach Mike Young provides a list of his most relied upon strength-building exercises. In addition, Mike provides the rep ranges and the number of sets that he uses most commonly for those exercises according … Continue reading

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“The 17 Most Amazing Fitness Vacations of 2014” The Greatist Team brings you their list of this year’s most awesome fitness vacations. If you have some vacation time (and money to spend) remaining in 2014, you might want to give … Continue reading

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“JC’s Vacation Superband Workout” In this video, fitness professional Juan Carlos “JC” Santana shares a workout that can be performed with a Superband and a utility strap. JC performs this workout in the scenic Western North Carolina mountains while on … Continue reading

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“Feeding Your Canine Athlete” Is your dog your workout partner or is he or she an athlete in their own right? In either case you will want to read this article.

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“Ask Well: Plantar Fasciitis Relief” If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, you may want to try the exercise tested as part of a study recently published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports.

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“Mike Young, Strength & Conditioning Coach at Vancouver Whitecaps on how to make footballers faster & stronger” In this short video, coach Mike Young gives his thoughts on the state of performance training for football (a.k.a. soccer) and how the … Continue reading

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“Corrective Exercise: Science vs. Experience: What Anecdotal Evidence Does and Doesn’t Prove” Fitness professional Nick Tumminello discusses the topic of corrective exercise and what the anecdotal evidence really proves.

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“The 12 Most Powerful Athletes” In this T Nation article, performance coach Dan Blewett presents his list of the 12 most powerful athletes competing today. The great thing about such lists is that they are always subject to debate. I … Continue reading

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“Master the Kettlebell Swing” In this T Nation article, Tony Gentilcore discusses the importance of the hip hinge movement, as well as how strength and power can be trained with kettlebell swings.

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