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Question checklist for reviewing your new marketing materials… | Seth's Blog

For that new video, or that new brochure, or anything you create that you're hoping will change minds (and spread):<p>What's it for? <br>When it works, will …

Marketing

5 Strategies for Quickly Increasing Your Mobility

Written on December 11, 2014 at 8:02 am, by Eric Cressey<p><i>Today's guest post comes from Dean Somerset, the creator of the excellent resource,</i> <i>Ruthless</i> …

The cost of getting lean: Is it really worth the trade-off?

Six-pack abs. Tight butts. Lean, vibrant, flawless health. That’s the image the fitness industry is selling. But have you ever wondered what it costs …

My New Study on Fasted Cardio and Fat Loss: Take Home Points

In the late 1990’s, Bill Phillips authored “Body for Life,” which went on to become one of the biggest selling fitness books of all time. In the …

The 5 Jackasses of Fitness

Here's what you need to know...<p>You do not fully understand the complexities of making athletes better. Stop quarterbacking from the sideline.<br>• Instead …

4 Training & Diet Arguments: Resolved!

Here's what you need to know...<p>Free weights and machines both have their advantages and disadvantages.<br>• Free weights excel by forcing you to use your …

Red wine’s heralded ingredient — resveratrol — may actually hinder benefits of exercise

Milk is good for your bones. Except when it’s not. Taking Vitamin C may help protect against colds. Except when it doesn’t.<p>Keeping up with the latest headlines on nutrition research is enough to give the average person whiplash. With each new study comes new understanding about how what we eat …

Why Adults Can't Squat Like Babies and Should Stop Trying To

Why Adults Can’t Squat Like Babies and Should Stop Trying To<p>For some reason, at one point in time or another, someone suggested that since and …

Trust Me, You Have the Time: Fitness Excuses Under Scrutiny

Let’s face it: Life is tough! Work alone is hard enough, but we also have our daily chores and errands to run, our friendship and familial duties, …

Exercise

Students learn better when they think they’re going to have to teach the material

Researchers say they’ve uncovered a simple technique that improves students’ memory for passages of text. All that’s required is to tell the students …

Youth Soccer Training & Development: Myelin and Training – The Scientific Concept in Skill Development

Posted by <b>Dean Holden</b> at May 12th, 2012<p><b>By Wayne Harrison</b><p>In this article, Harrison explains the scientific background to his method. A previous article …

Does It Hurt?

Michael Boyle<p>I get asked rehab questions all the time. I have rehabilitated athletes in almost every major sport who were told they were "all done" …

Physical/physiological demands in different age groups

<b>References</b><p>1. Atan SA, Foskett A, Ali A (2014) Special populations: Issues and considerations in youth soccer match analysis.<p>International Journal of …

Biomechanics

6 Reasons Anterior Core Stability Exercises Are Essential

Written on October 30, 2014 at 7:46 am, by Eric Cressey<p>This time of year, I'm doing a lot of assessments on college baseball players who are just …

Low Back Tweak Fast Fixes | Feat. Kelly Starrett | MobilityWOD

7 Habits of Highly Emotionally Intelligent People

People with high emotional intelligence tend to do better at work. So what habits do they have that set them apart?<p><i>Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2014. Click here to see the full list.</i><p>It has increasingly become accepted that emotional intelligence is an important …

Reflections on Strength & Conditioning versus Sport Science

<i>“The role of scientists is to lay out the scientific facts and, importantly, the uncertainties. They are not there to coach.”</i> <b>Kelvin Giles</b>.<p>A cursory …

Widening the Aerobic Window

If you’ve been around athletics for any period of time, chances are you’ve seen the athlete who isn’t “in shape.”<p>Whether it’s football, basketball, …