What do most of us think of when we think of strength training? For most women, the terms manly and bulky typically come to mind. However, if there is one fitness goal that should be at the top of most of women’s to do lists; it should be to change our opinion of strength training.
With family gatherings, office parties, and the holiday’s right around the corner, there is really no way of avoiding bad eating decisions. Along with these festivities come hearty meals, delicious desserts, and perhaps a few alcoholic beverages. Although we cannot avoid encountering sugary desserts, we can still minimize our intake and start new goals that
Be it a mile, 5K, or marathon, set yourself up for success and start with these simple steps: Start with a training plan, source knowledgeable outlets and keep to your plan. When you start altering the plan that is when you run into issues on race day. There are tons of training plans out there
Our bodies are awesome and complex machines. But our hectic lifestyle often lends us to forget to treat them as such. Most people are now learning the importance of exercising, but most of us ignore the one thing that has the biggest impact on our health – nutrition. I’m not just talking about “eating healthy”
Most strength coaches have their “go to” speed training drills they use for training all athletes for speed and they will have some more sports specific drills, as well as, some new ones they are trying out. These drills are intended to improve the athlete’s foot quickness, acceleration ability and power. You will find them
We can take a look at putting together some Speed Workouts and Agility workouts for the youth athlete. Accepting the body science that hereditary muscle make-up has a major influence on your overall speed and agility, all athletes have the capacity to improve their own speed and agility potential through proper training. Understanding that this athlete