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.
Every athlete knows that physical training alone won’t get them to where they want to be. An athlete’s performance is determined by a number of factors, with nutrition being key. But with so much conflicting information out there about what athletes should or shouldn’t do when it comes to nutrition, we felt it was time to provide the facts. In this post we address 6 sports nutrition questions adapted from Advanced Sports Nutrition, so you can maximise your potential as an athlete.
This webinar included information about the role of the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM).
Ian Craig explains what integrative sports nutrition (aka functional nutrition) is, how it differs from traditional sports nutrition and why it matters now.
The world’s greenest football club (as recognised by FIFA) Forest Green Rovers have won promotion the English Football league. They are the smallest town to have a professional football club and a Vegan football club
Ensure your young athletes are eating healthily enough to perform at their best on and off the pitch with Fueling Young Athletes.
Although we’re all familiar with yoga, many of us still think of it as just ‘stretching’, however, yoga is more than that. With elite athletes including NFL stars and Ultramarathon runners adding yoga to their training programmes, but just how beneficial to your training can it be?
This book will help endurance athletes of all levels to benefit from high-performance eating, to reach and maintain a healthy weight and stay up to date on supplements and sport foods