We still need to learn more about how to use vitamin D to improve sports performance but it does seem clear that obtaining sufficient vitamin D can only help improve an athlete’s bone structure, immune system, and potentially muscle health.
There are many risks involved with losing weight ahead of athletic performance, but a leading performance nutritionist says there are ways to do it safely. Here, he shares his weight cutting tips.
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.
Resistance training can develop increases in muscle hypertrophy, strength, power, and/or endurance. When programmed correctly, it is beneficial and safe for everybody. Here’s your ultimate guide.
Many coaches and athletes fail to properly train the calf area, but ignoring calf muscle development can lead to higher rates of injury.
The majority of combat sport athletes will go through a period of short-term weight loss prior to a fight. Why do they endure weight cutting, and can it be done safely?
While sports technology continues to develop at a rapid rate, there are simpler ways to monitor your exercise intensity. One of these old-school methods is the Talk Test.
Concussion technology is an ever-growing area of importance for many collision sports, with cutting-edge mouthguards being developed in the hope of helping prevent or minimise head knocks.
Finding the best coach is crucial, but it’s not always easy. Putting your athletic performance and maybe even your career in their hands means you need to get the best possible person, but is it possible to get the perfect match?
From powder-based proteins and creatine, to gel- and gummy-based caffeine and carbohydrates, performance supplements are sold to professional athletes and weekend warriors alike. But what exactly are the advantages and risks?
Concussions are a growing issue in many sports, and early initiation of low-intensity aerobic exercise is recommended to kick-start the recovery process.