Blogs about Athletic Training

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 • Pine Bush, NY 12566
Juliet Gould's Blog
In order to make your workouts super challenging, you have to push yourself past your physical and mental limits.  Here are some tips for upping your physical game. 1.Switch up your workouts. 
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 • Hollywood, FL 33026
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 • Houston, TX 77019
Gabriel Sanchez's Blog
3 Good Reasons to Do Strength TrainingA well-rounded fitness routine involves more than walking, running, biking, or swimming 5 days a week. Sure, aerobic workouts are key to getting and staying fit. But it’s important to mix in some strength training, too.    
Friday, July 18, 2014 • Hartford , CT 06105
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Possibly the most underemphasized aspect of sports nutrition, hydration can make or break an athlete’s performance. While fuel depletion during exercise can impair performance, inadequate water not only impairs exercise capacity, but can create life threatening disturbances in fluid balances and core temperature. With as little as 1% of body weight lost in fluid, athletes can experience thirst, fatigue, and weakness (1). Thirst drives a person to drink, but it can actually lag behind the body’s need. When too much water is lost from the body and not replaced, dehydration develops.
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Thursday, April 03, 2014
The Bugatti Body
Sleep and work out timing are crucial elements to consider when designing an athlete's training program. Physical performance is best from 3-6 pm in the afternoon, with strength peaking from 2-6 PM.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 • Brighton, MI 48116
John Penley's Blog
Question; John “When should I have my energy drink or coffee?”This is a great question. Energy is based on the consumption of food in the form of calories in macronutrients such as proteins, carbohydrates and fats. It is the only form of energy there is. When you are tired you should start with a well-balanced meal to provide you the energy you need.