There is no such thing as a 20-minute steady climbing effort in professional cycling, or any level of bike racing for that matter. Plenty of athletes train with tightly regimented interval workouts that call for steady efforts within a small power range, but it's important to … [Read more...] about A Great Training Block, and an Abrupt Stop
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Firstly, elite athletes always plan ahead. They can tell you what they will be doing to prepare for their event in two months or in 12 months. The planning is based upon the achievement of a certain goal and how they can break down that major goal into several smaller goals based … [Read more...] about Let Olympic Athletes Be Your Motivation!
Children are 10 pounds heavier today at age 10 than they were a decade ago. This weight is not functional muscle; it’s excess body fat caused by the combination of poor nutrition and inactivity, increasing the risk of almost every disease and leading to an early grave. … [Read more...] about How To Raise Athletes Not Couch Potatoes
J.J. Watt, Greg Olsen, and Danny Amendola are three NFL stars who are using uncommon alternative exercises to get in better shape and improve their fitness level. The three may all play for different NFL teams, but the football pros do have something that links them together: … [Read more...] about J.J. Watt, Greg Olsen, and Danny Amendola’s Training Prep for Gameday
Today you will find dozens and dozens of wildly inaccurate and promising diets which will promise to make you fit and get you in shape in just a couple of weeks. But as an athlete, you are probably wondering what the safest and most efficient diet plan is, which will keep your … [Read more...] about Intermittent Fasting and Athletic Performance