Early Specialization Sailing: Akin To Winning The Race When You Are OCS
I bet you've reminisced about your youth sailing days: visiting venues for
Tim Caron Breaks Down Iconic Movie Training Scenes
Video: Famous movie training montages. Are they legit?
Creatine – A Closer Look
Despite the common use and potential efficacy of creatine, there is a lot of misinformation about how to best use it, and a wide variance in quality control from product to product.
High Performance Nutrition: Indication of Nutritional Status Using Biometric Diary
Nutrition is the study of how your body utilizes the nutrients within the foods you eat and the effects these foods have on your health, performance, and disease.
The Legacy Effect: Do More Now, Reap The Benefits Later!
Researchers at Duke University have found a mere eight months of vigorous exercise training may lead to a higher fitness level 10 years later, proving that the ‘legacy effect’ can support us well into our later years.
The Value Of Physical and Mental Priming
You probably have your pre-race routine: sail on starboard to check your angle, look upwind to understand if conditions have changed, do a few more boat handling maneuvers, have a sip of water
Guide to Understanding the Science Behind Recovery
“Practice makes perfect” is the saying. Those who practice the most, gain the greatest advantage. Those who train the most,
Grit: How To Get Back Up After Failure
Failures are guaranteed in life and in sport, but often times, the way coaches and parents respond to failure will either crush a young athlete’s confidence or inspire them to take advantage of a valuable learning moment.
How Norway Won the Winter Olympics
Apart from that little North Korea diplomacy thing, the transcendent story of the PyeongChang Games was Norway, which performed better than any nation in the history of the Winter Olympics.