What are the best strength training books? This definitive list holds all the answers. It goes without saying that these books are must-haves for any serious strength coach but many are also essential for athletes or anyone that’s interested in learning about strength or getting stronger.
A dopogenic environment and doping in sport is ubiquitous and recent evidence of systematic doping regimes call into question the legitimacy of the current anti-doping system. This system seemingly prioritises detection-deterrence over prevention and a stronger case needs to be made for working upstream to prevent the root causes of the doping behaviour.
Is there a maturational threshold in young athletes? How reliable are studies on this? And why the widespread reliance on VO2max.?
The International Society for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour and Human Kinetics are pleased to announce the upcoming inaugural issue of the Journal for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour (JMPB).
Attention has always been a topic of major interest to psychologists and motor behaviour researchers. This post on attention and…
Sleep and performance have become a prominent area of interest. How much should an athlete sleep? Is there a model to schedule training and travel to optimise sleep and performance? Do wearables work? All this and much more was answered by sleep and performance expert Dr Ian C Dunican in this webinar.
Data is often presented as a variable by variable graphs, or bivariate plots and include angle-angle plots and phase-plane portraits. With data on both axes varying, analyses are more complex. Understand more and join us for this free sports biomechanics webinar.
Thinking of becoming a Personal Trainer? Or perhaps you’re a seasoned PT, you know your stuff but find it hard to get/keep clients? Either way, if you want to grow your brand this post will help you understand the business and marketing aspects of being a PT and ultimately grow your personal trainer business.