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My Back Hurts: Can I Lift?

By zerozenadmin

Written By: Claire Kopko, PT, DPT, OCS, NASM-PES Low back pain is an almost expected malady of any strength athlete. It is the rare lifter who has not complained of this and had his performance negatively affected by this problem. Some opt to ignore the problem and work through it, while others choose to avoid aggravating…

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Considerations for Female Strength Training

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Written By: Lee Bell BSc (Hons), PGCE, MSc. One of the biggest shifts in gym use over the last few years has been the increase in strength training by females. We’re at a point now where the benefits of lean muscle tissue for females are no longer secret, and this has led to more women…

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Four Huge Triathlon Mistakes That Will Keep You Slow

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By: Jon Fecik Photo Credit: Wesley Xie Even though I race as a Professional Triathlete and have coached for 9 years, it is not hard to remember the mistakes I made when I was first starting out as a triathlete. I came from a wrestling background where the mentality was that very hard, all-out work paid…

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The Basics of Altitude and How to Acclimatize

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  By: Tamara Kidd       One of the biggest concerns in the alpine world, especially for those new to mountaineering, is altitude sickness. Doctors have yet to discover exactly what causes it, so most of what we know is based on trial and error from those who adventure into high altitude. The best…

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The Best Triathlon Off-Season Yet

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By: Mike Fecik As the triathlon season starts to slow down, don’t think that the off-season means getting fat and hibernating until Spring! Of course, take time to do nothing and find a way to “miss” your usual training plan. I suggest 2-4 weeks if you can (and if your significant other/friends can stand you…

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The Heart of Training and HRV

By zerozendev

Click here to listen to the show on iTunes (Apple) Click here to listen to the show on Stitcher (Android) Dr. Mike T. Nelson is one of the foremost experts on exercise physiology and biomechanics. In this interview, he illuminates a concept that has been gaining traction in endurance and hybrid athlete circles: heart rate…

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Injury Prevention for the Hybrid Powerlifter

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By: Taylor Weglicki, PT, DPT Strength sports are constantly in flux. New methods and coaching styles apply pressure for change more than ever before. ‘The Hybrid Athlete’ is a welcome change to this realm, introducing a framework for training that allows many athletes to complete amazing feats. Successfully completing a 500 pound squat and running…

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Aerobic Fitness and Microbiome – Can Aerobic Exercise Improve Gut Health?

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By: Jenn Rotsinger We all intrinsically know that exercise is good for us, but when it comes time to actually put on the running shoes and hit the trail, suddenly we think of a million and one reasons (read excuses) to put it off. A recent study suggests yet another reason to get your run…

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