In order to perform at your best as an athlete, it is important that recovery is incorporated into your training plan. Not leaving sufficient time to recover between training sessions or competitions could lead to poor performance. In this post adapted from NSCA’s Essentials of Sport Science we explore different recovery strategies for athletes.
As a coach choosing the right strength training exercises for athletes can be a daunting task with so many options out there: free weights, exercise machines, isometrics, uphill ambulation with an additional load, drop jumps, self-resistance exercises, and so on. In this post, adapted from Science and Practice of Strength Training, we explore the various classes of exercises used for strength enhancement for both beginning and qualified athletes.
In this post we explore how to achieve maximal hypertrophy from your training plan. Adapted from Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy we explore how to gain maximal hypertrophy across various major muscle groups.
Tiger Woods has found great success in visualising his shots. This article gives you some proven visual training tips to improve golf accuracy.
Developing the sporting superstars of tomorrow is undoubtedly complex for coaches. In this webinar, Kevin Till explains the process, challenges & solutions.
Overtraining syndrome in athletes is common in almost every sport. This post details the signs and symptoms of overtraining and how you can help prevent it.
Intermittent fasting has become more popular recently. But, is intermittent fasting healthy? This article features the latest research and expert advice.
Elite athletes have to travel all over the world to compete. This post lets you in on some secrets as to how athletes overcome jet lag.