Many coaches and athletes fail to properly train the calf area, but ignoring calf muscle development can lead to higher rates of injury.
When teams and athletes endure long seasons or twice-weekly matches, the ability to plan microcycles from match to match is more important than ever. As always, there is more than one way to skin a cat…
Pregnancy can be a daunting and confusing time for expectant mothers. We’ve done a deep dive into the research to answer some key questions and establish some pregnancy exercise guidelines.
Golf strength training isn’t just for the pros; jumping, deadlifts and squats are some of the exercises that top PGA professionals perform to maximise their driving distance.
This study aimed to compare two and four times per week training frequencies with matched volumes on gains in muscle strength and size.
Speed and strength is a cornerstone of training for ice skating. But what can other athletes learn from those on the rink?
When it comes to exercise timing, does it matter if you work out in the morning, afternoon or night? We put the science to the test.
Many athletes struggle when performing in hot and humid conditions. So what is the science behind exercising in high temperatures, and what can be done about it?
The Laurel Hubbard debate Using science to answer one of world sport’s most controversial questions. It’s one of the hottest topics in sport – the debate on whether transgender females should compete in … Read more