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Anatomy Of An Injury: ACL - Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Acl Tear, Knee Injury, I Work Out, Occupational Therapy, Weightlifting, Weight Training, Strength Training, Human Body

Anatomy Of An Injury: ACL - Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear

Ligaments connect the bones of the human body. When they go out, you go down. Learn how the ACL functions, and how proper weight training can protect and rehabilitate the knee.

Cristiano Ronaldo: the science behind that remarkable aerial ability Cristiano Ronaldo, Header, Athlete, Science, Baseball Cards, Sports, Hs Sports, Sport

Cristiano Ronaldo: the science behind that remarkable aerial ability

The remarkable athlete scored another magnificent header last night and it’s a result of his desire to become the best.

Learn why inertial resistance methods are making their way into the modern training space, replacing barbell work. The Next, Barbell, Training, Science, Athletic, Sports, Hs Sports, Athlete, Work Outs

Is Inertial Training the Next Breakthrough in Athletic... | STACK

The barbell is a staple of training for strength, and athletic performance, but is it the best way to train athletic strength? There is a new form of...

Many endurance athletes such as marathon runners have slow resting heartbeats. A new study shows that the reduced heartbeat may be due to changes in the “funny channel” of the sinoatrial node. Huge Waves, Marathon Runners, Summer Olympics, Do You Really, Track And Field, In A Heartbeat, The Funny, Coaching, Running

A slow heartbeat in athletes is not so funny

Endurance athletes often experience sinus bradycardia, a slow heartbeat. A new paper shows this effect may be due to changes in the “funny channel” of the sinoatrial node.

Horseplay at the beach was an important part of Munster training this week (after the heavy lifting) Sumo, Wrestling, Training, Science, Beach, Sports, Lucha Libre, Hs Sports, The Beach

Horseplay at the beach was an important part of Munster training this week (after the heavy lifting)

Pre-season is hard.

Love fitness or need motivation? Want work out gear but don't want to spend the money? Consumers' Research is giving away a FitBit Flex Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker! Fitbit Flex, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Telecommunication Systems, Bluetooth, Green Marketing, Wearable Technology, Keep Fit, Snoring, Virtual Reality

How fit is that Fitbit? | The Berkeley Science Review

Technology used to be something external, we traveled to the office to use it – you sat at your computer. Then technology became something we carried around – our cellphones, our laptops. Wearable tec

What makes an elite athlete? One of Ireland& top physiologists put us to the test Ireland, Athlete, Science, Sports, How To Make, Tops, Hs Sports, Irish, Sport

What makes an elite athlete? A top Irish physiologist tests us

Sinéad Farrell meets sports physiologist Caroline MacManus in the Sport Institute Ireland, Abbotstown.

This fall, the Gatorade Sports Science Institute opened a new satellite space within the IMG Performance and Sports Science Center in Bradenton, Fla. Img Academy, Multi Story Building, Science, Mansions, House Styles, Lab, Home, Sports, Hs Sports

The Gatorade Sports Science Institute at IMG Academy Is Every Athlete’s Dream - stack

By now, you’ve likely read and watched video on STACK.com about the Gatorade Sport Science Institute in Barrington, Illinois, where […]

Stress management for performance Stress Management, Science, Sports, Life, Hs Sports, Sport

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Stress management for performance

Sonia O’Sullivan: Indoor season a small step on big road to Rio But if an athlete is confident of delivering at the World Indoors they should go for it Cruise Control, Triathlon, Rio, Athlete, Success, Indoor, Seasons, Running, Confident

Sonia O’Sullivan: Cruise control is vital on road to success

Sonia O’Sullivan: Cruise control is vital on road to success

Incredible talent and skill? But are confidence and self-belief the vital ingredients in the pursuit of greatness? Eric Cantona, Cristiano Ronaldo, Coaching, Thierry Henry, The Incredibles, Football, Big, Sports, Science

Is a big ego the key to greatness?

Incredible talent and skill? Yes. But are confidence and self-belief the vital ingredients in the pursuit of greatness?

A look at how far elite endurance athletes can push their bodies and how sports science can help improve their performances through cognitive training Bbc, Physics, Mindfulness, Science, Sports, Hs Sports, Sport, Consciousness, Physique

Is physical endurance all in the mind?

A look at how far elite endurance athletes can push their bodies and how sports science can help improve their performances through cognitive training

Residual effect of training Fails, Training, Science, Sports, Hs Sports, Make Mistakes, Work Outs, Excercise, Onderwijs

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Residual effect of training | Steff Jones | LinkedIn