In-Season Training Strategies for Collegiate Basketball
Introduction The in-season training period is arguably the most important time of year for basketball players. Yet is often described
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Time Management for the Athletic Performance Professional
Athletic performance professionals are some of the hardest working people you will ever meet. Early mornings, late nights, practices, travel,
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Vertical Jump As a Measure of Neuromuscular Fatigue
Neuromuscular fatigue is recognized as a multifactorial phenomenon whose etiology is still the topic of a lot of debate. However,
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Integration of Performance Nutrition into An Athletic Performance Program
As college athletic departments and professional teams recognize the need for a strong nutrition program, major investments have been made
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Developing Mental Toughness
One of the most popular topics these days in the human performance realm is mental toughness. Sport and strength and
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Data Collection and Athlete Monitoring Strategies for Every Level
The race to acquire the most effective sport science technology in college athletics is on. As the stakes are growing
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Monitoring Training Loads in Basketball
Monitoring training load in basketball allows coaches to determine the dose-response relationship between training load, performance, readiness for a competition,
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Optimizing Training to Reduce Injury During High Stress Academic Periods
As you are reading this, picture a pre-med student who has a 3-hour chemistry lab, followed by an hour-long physics
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How the acute:chronic workload ratio can help you monitor injury risk
Advancements in tracking technology have made it much easier to monitor athletes’ training loads. But it can still be a
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