The most common goal for athletes and their coaches is to get faster and stronger. This free webinar will analyse Bayesian methods to get faster and stronger.
In 2018 Human Kinetics released more great books, hosted some fascinating webinars and we had the most views we’ve ever had on our blog. Below we list our best sport science books in 2018 as well as our most popular webinars and articles.
Is it better to train using free weights or machines? It is a common question, we’ve scoured our resources to find the most evidence-based answer.
This article is a live case study, of a ‘trained athlete’ carrying out prescribed exercises and timing from the scientifically proven Modified Linear Periodised Programme for Loading. Taken from Brad Schoenfeld’s book Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy. Schoenfeld is considered by many to be the strength and hypertrophy specialist.
The gym can be a scary place if you don’t know what you’re doing. So, what are the different types of strength and power training and which is best for you?
Whether you’re looking to strengthen muscle or tone up, these resistance band exercises for shoulders and back from Nick Tumminello will help do the trick.
Strength exercises for golf — do they really improve your golf? Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth think so. Use these golf strength exercises to up your game.
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.