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  • 08/20/2010

    You've heard the expression "you are what you eat". It may be cliche, but it's true. If you are an endurance athlete then this information will be very beneficial. It's essential that you take in the proper amount of saturated fats, minerals and magnesium.
    You can get your saturated...

  • 08/09/2010

    Photo Courtesy of Gimnasia Madre Matilde

    Editor's Note: This article is republished from February 2009...

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  • 08/08/2010

    When you are looking to steal a base, there are a few elements that you must enhance. It's important to have speed, but what does that mean? Being fast means that you are light on your feet, you have good low ab strength, good strength in your oblique muscles, strong hips to stabilize you when...

    Rickey Henderson stole 1406 bases over his career
  • 08/04/2010

    Runners Running

    Running is a fantastic way to build up your aerobic, anaerobic and mid term thresholds. Running is also a great fat burner and...

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  • 08/03/2010

    Rubber Bands

    I get a lot of odd and disapproving looks when I first describe the SSL training methods to people. They often scoff because we don't use heavy weights...

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  • 07/31/2010

    Please be careful!

    Welcome to the third installment of our discussion on supplements. In the first two segments we discussed how nature provides the...

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  • 07/30/2010

    Salt Crystals. Photo Credit: Mark Schellhase

    Welcome to the second part of our discussion about supplements. In our first...

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  • 07/30/2010

    Speed wins in fisticuffs

    I am a huge MMA fan, I know it seems barbaric, but I love it. My DVR and I have an understanding, record...

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  • 07/29/2010

    Spirulina Tablets

    Athletes are always looking for an edge, something to make them bigger, stronger or faster. It's very...

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  • 07/11/2010

    It's very common to exercise after you've had an injury. We are often asked what types of activities can be done after an injury. The first thing you must address is the severity of the injury. If you are dealing with ligament tears, labral tears, anything cartilage related where you've torn...