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Speed & Power

Get Faster & Improve Performance By Training Your “Weaker” Leg?

Having large leg asymmetry’s in strength and power can increase the risk of injury and potentially negatively affect athletic performance [1]. While often considered independent, injury and performance go hand in hand and the relationship between these two capacities are often overlooked

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Pool Plyometric Training To Jump Higher & Sprint Faster?

Plyometric training is often used in sports that require high levels of force output quickly. They are defined as having an intense eccentric contraction followed by a rapid concentric contraction [1]. E.g. bounding. Plyometrics are a highly intensive training modality

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The Overshoot Phenomenon: Part 1

There are only a few papers to date showing the “overshoot phenomenon” [1, 2] and only one paper done using professional athletes within a season [3]. Explained very simply, an “overshoot” occurs when a taper or detraining from resistance training

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