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    Plan On It: 4 Goals You Should Have For 2013, And How To Get There

    By: John Paul Catanzaro

    When was the last time you gauged your strength with a bodyweight endurance test? Bring your body back in 2013 by working toward these classic goals.

    Date Added: Jan 3, 2013

  • The Top 7 Supplements To Boost Endurance Performance

    By: Krissy Kendall, PhD

    Whether you spend time hitting the pavement or swimming laps in the pool, the right supplements can help take your training and performance to the next level. Here's our list of the top 7 supps for endurance athletes!

    Date Added: Apr 22, 2015

  • Build Muscle Strength, Size, And Endurance In One Workout!

    By: Bill Geiger

    Build muscle strength, size, endurance, and a massive pump in the same workout using the Four-Rep Method. Get the details and try this back workout on for size!

    Date Added: Mar 13, 2015

  • Are You Ready For Game Day? Pre-Obstacle-Course Prep

    By: ShaNay Norvell

    What is game day? Game day is the day of any competition, be it a Body Building, Fitness, or in this case Obstacle Course competition. This is the opportunity to put your skills on the line and see where you rank amongst fellow competitors and peers. Learn the tricks!

    Date Added: Aug 17, 2014

  • A New Breed Of Athlete: Be A Strength Runner!

    By: David Gluhareff

    If you love to run and love to lift, you don't have to choose between them. Have the best of both worlds by becoming a strength runner!

    Date Added: Dec 27, 2013

  • Treadmill To Trail: 5 Keys To Making The Switch

    By: Shannon Clark

    When it comes to running, not all terrain’s the same. Take the time to plan so you don't get caught in the elements unprepared!

    Date Added: Nov 15, 2013

  • Down, Dirty & Fit: Obstacle Race Training For Strength And Endurance

    By: Contributing Writer

    Signed up for an obstacle race but aren't sure how to train for it? These workouts will increase your endurance, strength and fit into whatever training regimen you're already doing.

    Date Added: Jul 13, 2012

  • Ric's Corner: Con Demetriou Part 3.

    By: Ric Drasin

    Actually a separate interview rather than part 3 of the original interview with the pro Aussie bodybuilding sensation, Con talks about a recent un-bodybuilder like workout that took place at a MMA training facility, involving tire flips, hammer swings, rope climbs, and other athletic conditioning. A PR piece for his website, he admits backing off a bit on this type of training amidst his contest prep for the Dallas Europa. An off-the-wall but honest discussion of bringing up glutes leads to pondering bodybuilding vs. wrestling vs. MMA fighting as a career choice, and Ric recommends wrestling for the nice guys.

    Date Added: Jan 17, 2012

  • How Can One Raise Their VO2 Max?

    By: Topic Of The Week

    How can one raise their VO2 Max? VO2 max is an effective way of measuring one's aerobic fitness... Find out what your level of fitness is and what you can do to it improve it right here. Learn more.

    Date Added: Aug 4, 2009

  • Build Extreme MMA Endurance: Trainer Martin Rooney Discusses 'The Hurricane'!

    By: Larry Pepe

    In the world of mixed martial arts, a hurricane of sorts has entered gyms thanks to MMA super trainer, Martin Rooney. Let's rap with Martin about his own version of destruction, appropriately called 'The Hurricane.'

    Date Added: Oct 17, 2008

  • What Is The Best Triathlete Training Workout?

    By: Workout Of The Week

    What is the best triathlete training workout? Our forum members have put together detailed ideas and workouts for just such an occasion. Learn who will benefit, types of results and more right here!

    Date Added: Nov 14, 2007

  • How Can An Athlete Increase Their Muscular Endurance?

    By: Athletes Topic Of The Week

    How can an athlete increase their muscular endurance? Our winner this time around has put together a great explanation of what endurance is and sample workouts that will help improve your endurance. Learn more here!

    Date Added: Jun 5, 2006

  • What Is The Best Workout To Improve Aerobic/Anaerobic Endurance?

    By: Workout Of The Week

    What is the best workout to improve aerobic/anaerobic endurance? Our forum members offer information and challenging routines to improve your overall endurance. Learn more!

    Date Added: May 17, 2006

  • Is Strength Training Really Beneficial For Endurance Athletes?

    By: Peak Performance

    Strength-training research carried out with endurance rowers, swimmers, skiers, and cyclists has tended to produce 'negative' results. The same cannot be said for runners. Learn more...

    Date Added: Dec 8, 2005

  • Energy Restriction: The Effect It Has On The Female Muscular Function.

    By: Shannon Clark

    Today I am going to present a study as it relates to female endurance athletes and the effects of a calorie restricted diet. Can this be a good thing?

    Date Added: Sep 13, 2005

  • The Endurance Athlete's Ultimate Guide To Sport Supplements.

    By: Kim Brown

    Sports scientists are a constant mission of discovery when it comes to potentially performance-enhancing supplements. Below, I provide a sampling of some of the more popular sport supplements on the market today.

    Date Added: Feb 28, 2005

  • Effects Of Long Term Participation In Endurance Exercises.

    By: Derek Beast Charlebois

    Long-term participation in endurance exercise leads to skeletal muscle adaptations, which occur by altering transcription of exercise-responsive genes. This article takes an in depth look.

    Date Added: Feb 23, 2005

  • Staying Power: A New Method Of Training Endurance Athletes!

    By: ISSA

    One of the biggest problems with strength training for endurance athletes is the following: should I train like a strength athlete, like an aerobics instructor, or do I just skip the weights altogether?

    Date Added: Jan 28, 2005

  • The Mad Max Program: Improve VO2 Max And Critical Power!

    By: John Berardi

    If you're a competitive athlete who is forced, by athletic necessity, to use your lower extremities to propel you toward a particular destination (i.e. end zone, soccer goal, hockey net, etc.), you've undoubtedly heard of the infamous VO2 max. Find out more...

    Date Added: Apr 13, 2004

  • The Mahler Body Blaster For Exceptional Endurance!

    By: Mike Mahler

    The 'Mahler Body Blaster' is a full body bodyweight exercise that takes the 'burpee' one step further and works just about every muscle in the body. When done for high repetitions (25-30) it will burn fat and increase muscular endurance tremendously.

    Date Added: Dec 9, 2003

  • Sleep Deprivation And Performance

    By: Softball Performance

    Sleep deprivation was recently found to interfere with glucose metabolism, which could impair endurance performance and recovery. Coaches have long believed and advocated getting adequate sleep for optimal athletic performance. Learn why!

    Date Added: Jun 5, 2003

  • Sledgehammer GPP!

    By: Intensity Magazine

    What I am really going to talk about is a different type of General Physical Preparedness (GPP) exercise-Sledge hammering!

    Date Added: Oct 8, 2002

  • Give Me Your Best Shot!

    By: Anita Ramsey

    You will exert more energy and release all the day's tension from on the job when your hitting that bag as hard as you can.

    Date Added: Sep 26, 2002

  • How To Get Ripped To The Shreds

    By: Francesco Casillo

    I begun practising B.B. a couple of months before turning 17 years old. The first contest I entered I got 3rd, the second I got 2nd, and the third I got 1st!

    Date Added: Aug 20, 2002

  • Dave Draper's Keys to Successful Training

    By: Dave Draper

    In recent months, however, their efforts have all been redirected - "consumed, actually" - toward opening their own gym, the newly remodeled 10,000 square foot World Gym in Santa Cruz.

    Date Added: Jul 27, 2002

  • Randy's Advanced 6-day Routine

    By: Randy Herring

    If you are an advanced trainee, want to lose fat or get into contest shape quickly and wish to gain more muscle due to a greater blood flow to the working muscles though larger capillaries owing to higher rep range/cardiovascular type training than normal this routine is for you.

    Date Added: Jul 26, 2002

  • The Facts on Fatigue

    By: David Knowles

    Fatigue is the failure to maintain the required or expected force due to muscular activity. Many of us know this as failure during a set. However, the majority of people don't really know the causes of fatigue and why it occurs. The answer is not limited to one reason or one cause. There are many reasons for fatigue, and many causes as well.

    Date Added: Jun 15, 2002

  • The Importance of Cardio

    By: John Lemare

    I'm sure most of you reading this hate cardio. I actually for the first two weeks enjoyed getting up at 5.30am to go for a 30 minute jog but then I realized why so many of you hate cardio.

    Date Added: May 7, 2002

  • Cardio For Bodybuilders

    By: Bryan Locke

    Similar to resistance training, there is science involved with cardio to heighten its results. The amount of bodyfat lost is in direct relation to the number of fat burning elements you zero in on.

    Date Added: May 7, 2002

  • The Wonderful Forms of Cardio

    By: Ben

    Some people love doing cardio but about 99% of people hate it. It's hard, annoying and you don't get the same enjoyment from it as you do from lifting but believe me in some stages of your bodybuilding career, cardio is much more important than lifting.

    Date Added: Apr 1, 2002

  • I Can't Do It? Making It Through Your Cardio Session.

    By: Derek Charlebois

    Exercise, especially cardio, has a lot to do with your mind. If you do not believe in yourself, then you will not be able to accomplish what you set out to do.

    Date Added: Mar 7, 2002

  • THE U.S. Navy SEAL Workout.

    By: Contributing Writer

    The SEALs take a different approach to training, they are concerned with strength and endurance, not symmetry and hair loss products.

    Date Added: Mar 7, 2002

  • Ten Cardio Tips

    By: Danial Samar

    These are some things that should be done to have your cardio sessions be rewarding and not harmful (concerning your muscles). I have come along these time and time again, from different sources like AST-Sports, Discussion boards, and some books.

    Date Added: Mar 7, 2002

  • Perfect Abs, Cutting Up, And A KICK ASS Cardio Workout!

    By: Bryan Kenny

    The secret to cutting up is cardio, the more you do, the more fat you'll burn, and don't get me wrong you still gotta do your weight training.

    Date Added: Mar 7, 2002

  • Getting the Most Out of Your Cardio

    By: Anthony Church

    When it comes time to show all your painstaking, hard-earned muscle you don't want to plainly display it. You want to put it all up front, every single rip, tear, and cut you've forged deep into your muscles, for everyone to see.

    Date Added: Mar 7, 2002

  • Become The Strongest Pound-For-Pound Person Around

    By: Jonathan Stehlik

    What would a person need to do to start developing their own total body fitness and strength, an overall supreme level of endurance and stamina, speed, coordination, power, confidence, and other skills and attributes? Here is my research!

    Date Added: Feb 10, 2002

  • Never Do Aerobics Again!

    By: Josh Henkin

    There may be methods that could cause faster and greater fat loss than traditional aerobic training. The answer to this question lies in examining the research of traditional aerobic activity.

    Date Added: Jan 9, 2002