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Strength, Conditioning, and Fitness



Understanding NSCA's Essentials of Sport Science

Understanding NSCA's Essentials of Sport Science

The potential for applying science to sport training and sport performance has created a demand for sport scientists who can collect and convert scientific data into valuable information that directly influences training and improves performance....

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Walking, the hot new trend?

Walking, the hot new trend?

When we started training health and fitness professionals to offer walking programs in 2013, we used to say that you won’t find walking on any of the hottest workout lists or latest trend reports. And...

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How the human body adapts to strength and conditioning

How the human body adapts to strength and conditioning...

In this live Facebook chat, Bob Murray, sports scientist and author of the new edition of Practical Guide to Exercise Physiology, discusses how the human body adapts to strength and conditioning. Learn more in Practical...

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Understanding delayed-onset muscle soreness

Understanding delayed-onset muscle soreness

BY ROGER EARLEOCTOBER 2020  Roger Earle, Human Kinetics Senior Acquisitions Editor and author of Weight Training: Steps to Success, held a LIVE chat on Facebook and Instagram where he discussed delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) and...

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Military-Inspired Training

Military-Inspired Training

BY AMY ASHMORE, PHDSEPTEMBER 2020 Military-inspired training is characterized by: Multi-joint, total body exercises. High volume sessions. Performing exercises with low loads. Multi-joint, total body exercises Multi-joint exercises like the deadlift, squat, leg press, lunge,...

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