A good (or bad!) preseason rugby training schedule can sometimes make or break a team’s season. Here are six core principles to follow.
Speed training in football (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.
There are myriad variables an athlete and their coach must navigate when it comes to performance – training, injury risk, human biology and strength and conditioning to name just a few. But one way to mitigate this complexity is through a sports needs analysis.
An elbow injury can often impact athletes who perform movements like the baseball pitching action, tennis shots and golf swings, and a rehab program that is staged and structured will best prepare athletes to return to their respective sports.
Recovery yoga can provide many benefits from both physiological and psychological stress, which can correlate to improved athletic performance.
Force plates are used to analyse the ground reaction force of athletes during walks, runs, or other physical exercises like jumping. But how do coaches and athletes get the most out of them?
Motivation needs to be managed and channelled in the right direction to elicit the best performance outcomes.
Jet lag and travel fatigue are no fun for anyone and can negatively impact athletic performance – but here’s some tricks and tips to combat air travel.