Hip mobility and strength for increased athletic performance

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The hip is a very mobile joint. With its ball-and-socket structure, it has a large range of motion. Unfortunately, like it’s structural relative the shoulder joint, all this mobility means that the hip joint can also be unstable and is prone to injury and dysfunction. Surrounded by some of the largest muscles in the human body, the hip is very … Read More

Shoulder rotation and athletic performance – what you need to know

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Joints are amazing biomechanical structures. Comprised of a union of two or more bones, stabilizing and connecting ligaments, as well as muscles and their tendinous attachments, joints allow you to move your body freely. Without joints, your skeleton would be rigid. Imagine trying to do burpees without bending your knees – or your hips or elbows, for that matter! There … Read More

An Introduction To Altitude Training

Patrick DaleFitness Training, Lifestyle, Running, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Athletes from all sports go to extreme lengths to improve their performance. When the difference between winning and losing comes down to fractions of meters or seconds, every advantage is worth pursuing, from energy-efficient running shoes to supplements to ultra-light equipment. Some performance-boosting strategies are not even legal, but that doesn’t stop some athletes from using them anyway.  Altitude training … Read More

What is EPOC and How it Accelerates Fat Burning

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EPOC sounds like it should be some kind of backed-by-science sports supplement or maybe a secret government law enforcement agency but, in reality, it’s one of the keys to fast and efficient fat loss. To lose fat, you need to create a calorific deficit which basically means you have to eat less, exercise more or do a little of both. … Read More