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Defend against common plays off the opposition rush

Defend against common plays off the opposition rush

There are so many variations of offensive attacks that you need to be prepared for. The opposition attack is nonstatic. read more
Strategies for coaching goaltenders effectively

Strategies for coaching goaltenders effectively

As stated earlier, some head coaches build relationships with their goaltenders, whereas others communicate to their goaltenders through the goalie coach. read more
The research behind foam rolling

The research behind foam rolling

Foam rolling research is a hot topic, with a couple of studies published each month on either foam rolling or self-myofascial release. The following paragraphs take a brief look into the research on foam rolling. read more
Exercise progressions to take your workout to the next level

Exercise progressions to take your workout to the next level

Using the correct exercises at the appropriate time in a training program is key to ensuring enough stimulation for a positive adaptation but without creating excessive stress that can lead to injury. read more
Properties of muscle and tendon

Properties of muscle and tendon

The muscle spindle fibers are the primary sensory mechanism for triggering a powerful concentric contraction in a plyometric movement. read more
Why Should I Do Vigorous Aerobics?

Why Should I Do Vigorous Aerobics?

Vigorous aerobic activities produce many of the same health and wellness benefits of moderate physical activities. One major benefit you get from vigorous aerobics that you can’t get from moderate physical activity is cardiorespiratory endurance. read more
How Can I Assess My Body Composition?

How Can I Assess My Body Composition?

Body fat is one important component of body composition. Ideally, people shouldn’t have too much or too little body fat. The goal is to be in the healthy fitness zone for your level of body fat. read more
What Is Physical Activity?

What Is Physical Activity?

Physical activity occurs when your muscles contract to make your body move. The national physical activity guidelines for teens recommend at least 60 minutes, and up to several hours, of physical activity each day of the week. read more
Physical Activity as a Signature of Humanity

Physical Activity as a Signature of Humanity

Although it is tempting to think of physical activity experience as being inferior to mental activity, such a limited view does not do justice to this important and far-reaching concept or to the integrated nature of the human mind and body. read more
Health Care Reform

Health Care Reform

Health care costs, which have skyrocketed over the past decade, underlie many of the decisions made by companies about their worksite health programs. As a result, these costs may affect the types of job opportunities you will have when you begin your career. read more
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