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19 Things You Can Do Right Now To Go Faster in Your Next Race (that are supported by research)

Going faster is more fun, regardless of your fitness level. Whether you’re going for an Olympic medal, or trying to get your half-marathon pace under ten minutes per mile, many athletes are not aware of …

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Nutrition for Tennis in the Heat – video

Tennis is played in a very wide variety of conditions, and quite often in extreme heat. There are a number of challenges when playing in the heat, including keeping your core body temperature down and …

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Match-day Food Timing for the Tennis Player – video

One of the most challenging aspects of competitive tennis is playing multiple matches in one day. This could be two singles matches, one singles and one doubles, or even more. Because there are so many …

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Sports Supplements for Cyclists – video

Many people avoid supplements for one reason or another, and while there are many reasons to proceed with caution in this area, it doesn’t mean that they all are useless or harmful. Smart use of …

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Sleep and Athletic Performance

If there was a pill that could make you happier, smarter, stronger, less likely to be injured, improve basketball shooting percentage by 9% and tennis serving accuracy by 24%, would you take it? Surely that …

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10 Simple steps to beat jet lag

This posted was inspired by a chat with a friend who had just flown back from Asia and was complaining about not being able to fall asleep until 6 am. Usually I like to explain why …

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