The Eyes are Muscles Too

December 29, 2015

The eyes are muscles too! Some of the most important muscles to help sports performance are often overlooked. Athletes become enamored with performing explosive exercises.

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Deep Cervical Flexor Muscles

December 29, 2015

Deep Cervical Flexor Muscles: Often overlooked but very important to train The deep cervical flexors are a group of muscles on the front of your.

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Are you “Manchester United” Fit?

December 29, 2015

Attention all soccer players!!! Do you think you have what it takes to pass the “Man U”? Derived from the English Premiere League’s soccer team,.

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Complex Training

October 29, 2015

Recently athletes have been asking me for a recommendation on how they should workout while in season. Training while in season can be a challenge..

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Cauliflower Ear

October 29, 2015

Cauliflower Ear is a widely prevalent injury in wrestling, boxing, and MMA. This injury occurs from possibly one forceful direct blow to the ear or.

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The Thrower’s 10 Exercise Program

October 29, 2015

Dr. James Andrews has been instrumental in improving the health of many athletes as well as being a pioneer in advancing the sports medicine field..

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The Beep Test aka the Bleep Test

May 10, 2015

Think you’re in shape? The Beep test also known as the bleep test is a cardiovascular test used by athletes of all skill levels. Learn.

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Creatine

May 10, 2015

I’ve been getting some questions about Creatine and would I recommend it for athletes. As I was about to write a post I came across.

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Does Milk do a Body Good?

April 27, 2015

Advertisers, during the 80’s, promoting how milk can have a healthy effect on our bodies seem to have some support from recent scientific studies. Sources.

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Mental Toughness

March 9, 2014 0 Comments

Throughout the world there are many talented and gifted athletes who’s extraordinary ability is comparable to their peers. Often it is not pure athletic ability that separates elite athletes, but rather mental toughness. The mentally tough athletes never seem to succumb to pressure of the game or enormity of the moment. Instead they seem to rise and flourish during these moments. The athletes who are considered “clutch” have an inept ability to perform his or her best at that moment.

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