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  • Repost: Speed Ladder Fallacy

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Training | on May 23, 2015

    by DEAN SOMERSET Agility ladders. Speed ladders. Quick feet ladders. They’re venerated among trainers looking to add athleticism to their clients, believed to result in more speed, agility, and faster feet. They’re available for sale in any fitness equipment retailer, with dozens of books of drills, games and patterns you can use to get the […]

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  • Shin Splints and Shin Splints Treatment

    By Performance Edge | In Training | on May 8, 2015

    by PERFORMANCE EDGE Shin splints are a term commonly used to describe lower leg pain. However, shin splints are only one of several conditions that affect the lower leg. The most common causes of lower leg pain are: general shin soreness; shin splints; and stress fractures. Shin soreness is simply a muscular overuse problem. By […]

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  • Repost: Power Development Using Boxes

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Classes, Training | on May 4, 2015

    by GREG INFANTOLINO CSCS | Originally printed in the NSCA TSAC REPORT • ISSUE 04  JANUARY 2008 In many operational settings the tactical athlete is required to jump onto, over, and down from different obstacles. It is imperative then that these athletes are trained to develop ex- plosive power and eccentric muscle strength. Plyometric, […]

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  • Repost: Turning Weakness into Strength in the Off-Season

    By Performance Edge | In Athletes, Training | on April 28, 2015

    by KYLE BROWN, CSCS Some athletes feel that the off-season is a time to let their bodies rest, fall completely off their diets, and spend this time partying the night away with little sleep or regard for their health and fitness. Typically, they use the pre-season as a time to rebound and acclimate to the […]

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  • Repost: Why Everyone Needs Core Training

    By Performance Edge | In Training | on April 22, 2015

    Written by by NSCA STRONGEST LINKS and STUART MCGILL PHD There is a lot of confusion about core stability, exercise, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. This is probably due to statements and opinion from people who have never measured stability. We have performed many experiments on stability mechanisms together with trials on pained patients and […]

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