This guest blog was written by Wil Fleming. Visit his site at www.completeolympiclifting.com 5 things to consider before adding them to
I want to continue a series I left off in 2012, so this is Part 10 in the series previously titled Plyometrics, Ground Contact Time, and
This is a two-fold question. One is when do you start wearing spikes in training. The other is when do you put on your spikes before your race?
Since this is the new year, a lot of (non-track) folks are trying to lose weight. Yesterday’s article was on abdominal training for elite athletes,
There is no Olympic event for maximum sit-ups or crunches. Similarly for Bench Press, there is no Olympic event to lift someone sitting on your
I was reading an article on how Alaska’s Dawn to Dusk race was only 3 hours and 40 minutes! In Rome, Sunrise to Sunset is exactly 9 hours long from
One of my highlights of 2012 was visiting Orlando and Clermont in April, and shadowing great coaches like Dennis Mitchell, Lance Brauman, Stephen
In 2012, the Internet was buzzing about Michelle Jenneke’s Pre-race antics (YouTube video here), but I have one thing to say: Wyomia Tyus did it