Are you this guy while you workout or afterwards? Soon, science may be able to give you clothes that prevent you from smelling “not so fresh.” Or even downright gross. Of course, it’s not just exercise that does it. Hot summer weather, stressful situations, yard work or a tough day on the job can leave… Continue reading Smell Sweaty After the Gym? Soon Your Clothes May Solve the Problem
Leave it to modern humans, especially Americans, to take an ancient practice of mindfulness, physical exercise and connectedness and turn it into an extreme sport. Sort of. In this particular case, we may just have created something with real, positive affects on heart health. That’s on top of any other benefits, proven or claimed, for… Continue reading Hot Yoga Keeps Blood Pressure in Check
If you’ve reached an advanced age, or even relatively so, it’s not too late to build muscle and benefit from exercise, according to a new University of Birmingham study. Older folks with no previous participation in exercise programs showed an ability to add new muscle as that exhibited by well-trained master athletes in the same… Continue reading Too Late to Start Exercising? No, Says Science!
Accountability. It’s used so often and in so many arenas that it’s practically a cliche. In business, in school and in sports and training, everyone likes to talk about accountability. For coaches, whether in youth sports or fitness and strength and conditioning, it seems universally accepted that accountability is key. In these arenas, “holding athletes… Continue reading Podcast: Accountability or Unnecessary Confrontation for Youth Athletes?
Rhythm and movement confidence. These are important “passive” athletic skills for any athlete. For athletes with ASD challenges, they’re critical. Each skill serves as a building block for other and more complex movement and athletic skills. Rhythm is an expression of time and works hand-in-hand with pattern recognition to improve the capability for, and even… Continue reading Rhythm, Movement Confidence and Skills
Fitness training or a challenging game for my basketball-fan athlete? Both. We started with a tire and a 10 lb Dead Ball (Slam Ball.) To begin, there were the following exercises to be done: 15 rounds, 1 exercise per round 2 Arm Rope Slams X 12 OH Ball Carry (30 yards) X 1 Sled Pushes… Continue reading Slam Ball Chest Pass “Wager” Game
This is Lee. Well, actually, it’s Lee’s knees. In his right knee he’s missing a meniscus since 1981 and ruptured his Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL,) and tore his Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL), sometime between 1981 and 5 years ago. His orthopedic surgeon elected not to repair, telling him “I’ll see you in about 10… Continue reading What we can learn from Lee’s Knees.
Click for video. Core training, strength training, postural training and metabolic conditioning. All important elements of a solid training program, for athletes and for fat loss. All found in this multi-faceted complex. Zercher Carry Walking Lunge x 12 Dead Ball Slam x 6 4 rounds, with 45-60 seconds rest between rounds, BUT you must hold… Continue reading Try this: Zercher Lunge and Ball Slam Complex