By Thomas King, MSc, CSCS, CSEP-CEP Ever wonder what’s going on in the world of strength and conditioning? Well, look no further! In this post, we look into some of the trends and interesting research tidbits for all you nerds out there. For those eager to learn more, I have included references for all of
Check out Jon’s most recent article titled 6 Exercises To Improve Your Upper Body Running Posture, featured on Podium Runner’s website. Podium Runner is a website geared toward serious runners, who want serious results. This is Jon’s 18th article with Podium Runner (formally Competitor.com).
By Julia Howard, VDot02 Distance Coach, RHN, MPH Have you ever had a vision of your perfect race day, only to have it go completely into flames on the actual day? Many runners are so extremely routine oriented that the moment we get out of our usual environment and pre-race nerves get involved, we’re like
By Angie Hurley, CSCS, Cat(c) It’s no secret. During a woman’s reproductive years, her hormones can sometimes make her feel like a completely different person physically, mentally and emotionally, from week to week. Despite this fact, the way in which women’s hormones affect strength training, and vice versa, has not been very closely examined. Some
By Julia Howard, RHN, MPH The goal of many new vegans and plant-based eaters is to find and master the perfect bean burger. I had yet to achieve this goal, until recently. When I saw that America’s Test Kitchen had published their amazing Vegan for Everybody cookbook, I knew they would have a no-fail bean