5 Ways to Maximize Your Athletes Recovery

August 22, 2019

All athletes know the feeling of being sore, whether after an intense workout, a tough practice or a closely contested game. The discomfort that comes the morning after a tough physical bout when players step out of bed is called delayed onset muscle soreness. That pain is the result of...

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Your Season is Over…Now What?

November 14, 2017

Quick Tips to Re-Charge After Your Season. If your sport season is coming to a close, it can be tempting to attack the weight room with new enthusiasm. But while you may be itching to hit the ground running, it’s important to take some time for to reflect, rest and...

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7 Lame Excuses

November 2, 2017

Adults...this one's for you. Whenever we don’t want to do something like exercising we tend to think of creative excuses to get ourselves out of it. Excuses serve a simple purpose: to relieve some of the guilt associated with not doing whatever it was we said we were going to do....

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Peak in the Playoffs

October 20, 2017

  Want to help your team peak in the playoffs? Looking to go on a miraculous run through the playoffs with an average team? Or are you trying to finally breakthrough and beat one of the elite programs in your sport? Or are you top-seeded and wondering how your team will...

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Developing Mental Toughness in Young Athletes

October 12, 2017

One of the greatest compliments an athlete can get is the label "mentally tough." Mental toughness isn’t a quality people are born with. Rather, mental toughness is a skill. Just like any other skill it can be learned. Coaches and parents are in an ideal position to help young athletes develop...

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Plan for a Purposeful Pre-Season

August 15, 2017

While the fundamentals of the game haven't changed, the way basketball players at all levels train to enhance performance has changed greatly in the past 15 years. The game today requires true basketball athleticism - a unique combination of strength, power, agility, reaction, quickness, and conditioning. A basketball player's athleticism is the foundation of their entire...

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The Perfect Warm-Up

August 1, 2017

Knowing how to warm up effectively can be the difference between your players surviving the preseason and thriving in the regular season or your players stumbling through the season due to preventable injury. Traditional warmups take athletes through a series of static stretches. There’s value in traditional stretch-and-hold, or “static”...

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4 Movements to Add to Your Warmup

July 31, 2017

There’s a drill that takes just six seconds to perform, but yields significant speed, power and agility benefits. This high-speed exercise is called “rapid response” because you’ll move faster than ever before in your training.  Want to improve quickness on the field? Rapid response. Want to make sharper cuts on...

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5 Ways to Instantly Become a Worse Athlete

July 15, 2017

Follow these 5 easy steps, and you’ll be well on your way to becoming a slower, weaker, burned-out athlete. 1. Don’t Sleep Arguably the easiest step to becoming a worse athlete, don’t get enough sleep! Most already do this without even trying. But while sleep is important for human beings in...

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Basic Nutrition for Sports Performance

July 11, 2017

Young athletes have very unique demands – school, sports, and training. There is a way to improve each of those 3 things – FUEL the body with proper nutrition! ===> DOWNLOAD [Daily Meal Guideline] Cheat Sheet Here's some more specific nutrition tips for Young Athletes... Carbohydrates Carbohydrates should be the staple...

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