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Muscle power and strength
Sleep your way to better performance
When sports drinks don’t work
Why two carbs are better than one
The role of sleep in recovery
The components of posture and its importance for athletes
Latest research to increase strength and muscle mass
Mental preparation to enhance speed training and improve performance
Intervals benefit performance at all levels of sport
Andrew Hamilton explains new research about training and competing with caffeine supplements
Nick Tiller presents six evidence-driven but seldom practised methods by which athletes can promote the anabolic process to maximise training adaptation, promote recovery and improve athletic performance.
The loss of excess fat isn’t just aesthetic – it almost always produces enhanced performance
There’s increasing evidence that stretching before exercise doesn’t improve performance or reduce injury risk
Eight-month training plan to improve all aspects of rowing
Constructing sport specific circuit workouts
Circuit training is a highly-advanced training tool for improving specific areas of performance weakness. Circuit training principles can be used to focus in on any aspect of your training, in any sport you do, in a way that rapidly brings you super-charged results.
Developing the upper and lower back will mean doing rows of all forms.
Rowers of all descriptions are important to shoulder health and power development.
Why fluid is the key for pre-competition lightweight rowers
New methods of monitoring elite rowers
Recipe for the perfect rower
2,000m rowing is the ultimate test of power and endurance
Masters rowing – don’t fear the reaper!
Life at the top – how are elite rowers tested and monitored?
Lower back injuries for rowers
A critical look at the way rowers breathe:
Rowers work long and hard to perfect their rowing strokes, but should they also learn to coordinate their breathing with their rowing?
Weight Training: In hopes of improving their raw muscle power, competitive rowers engage in weight training during the off-season, but new research suggests that they might be better off pushing on their oars instead of using weight machines or free weights.