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...on combined endurance and strength training strategies in untrained subjects and endurance athletes. Even though I gained practical experience in sports coaching for mainly endurance running during the past years,...

...and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Health Fitness Specialist (HFS), and Ed.D. from the University of Northern Colorado. I started...

...a physiotherapist. 2. You published an article on strength training and electrical stimulation for swimmers. First, could you briefly explain what we know about strength training and electrical stimulation for...

...Take Home Points on Strength for Swimming Strength and Conditioning has as main objectives to improve the overall fitness level, enhance performance and prevent muscle-skeletal injuries There is...

...you have any further questions, please leave them in the comments section, thanks! Strict use of partial squats are blasphemy in the strength and conditioning world [ask Bret Contreras], but...

...As the 2016 Rio Olympics approach, swimming commercials become abundant. The recent UnderArmor commercial with Michael Phelps performing swimming dryland and strength highlights the question: Does Swimming Dryland Improve...

...the University of Memphis to pursue my Masters of Science in Health and Sport Science. I started in the profession, as a sport scientist and strength coach in 2011 (I...

...augmented anaerobic metabolism. Performance in this event is limited by the capacity of the following systems; circulatory, respiratory, and by muscle function. Strength training by endurance swimmers has not been...

...I'm going to share a secret with all of you...the best method to gain strength is to EAT. This means eating anything and everything. The bigger one is...

...during sleep. This increased fluid increases the pressure on pain receptors increasing pain during the morning. Exercise Induced Inflammation Many feel inflammation in sports help long-term strength gains as inflammation...

   
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