It was 60 Years Ago Today, Roger Bannister Taught the World to Play

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I never get tired of this story. Roger Bannister wanted to quit Athletics after the 1952 Helsinki Olympics where he came 4th in the 1500m.  He had trained for only two rounds using speed and intervals as his base, only to discover the event having three rounds. Instead of quitting, he focused … [Read more...]

Endure – An Athlete’s Guide to Faith, Hope, and Success

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This article is guest blogged by Ian Warner, co-founder of CoverGround.ca Ian was a member of the 2012 Canadian Olympic 4x100m Relay team. He also wrote Why the 100m Is the Most Difficult Race back in 2010. His new book is called "Endure - An Athlete's Guide to Faith, Hope, and Success" and the … [Read more...]

Total Testosterone, Free Testosterone, and Sex-Hormone Binding Globulin

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Testosterone products are quickly becoming the mass market hormone. Next to diet pills, the next big fad in the Consumer market are anti-aging products, which includes (for men) testosterone, growth hormones and even Deprenyl.  Basically, we all want to either lose weight or gain muscle!  No … [Read more...]