It's an age-old question when many people set foot in the gym - should you use free weights or machines? We delve into the science to see if there's any real differences.
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Speed training in soccer is as critical to performance as technical and tactical mastery, as well as strength and conditioning. Here's how to develop it to blow your opponents away on the pitch.
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Energy availability in athletes is a growing area of focus for sports nutritionists. But how important is the concept of inadequate energy intake for both health and performance?
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Load management isn't just for elite athletes - knowing exactly how much and how hard young athletes train is one way to help keep them fit and healthy.
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Going meat-free is an emerging trend in life, and some athletes are following suit. But can consuming a vegetarian or vegan diet harm athletes, or can they get what they need from plant based proteins?
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