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Want to know which power training methods you should be adding to your workout? Developing Power from the NSCA is the perfect guide to answer that question.
Oxford and Cambridge are ready to battle it out again this weekend in the annual boat race. It’s a historic event, famous the world over as a quintessentially English affair. For those of you who have yet to dip a toe into it, here’s our guide to everything you need to know.
Knowledge is Power – Brad Schoenfeld
Whether it is running, swimming, weight lifting or aerobics, fitness experts say the centre of all exercise routines is the core.
Does the tennis players grunt serve a purpose, or is it simply a bit of gamesmanship designed to put off opponents? Here’s the science behind the sound.
Anyone, from everyday exercisers to elite athletes can learn how to use breathing training to increase power and comfort, improve performance, accelerate recovery and reduce injury risk.
Most coaches and athletes today agree that resistance training creates stronger, faster players who are more resistant to injury.