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Every athlete has a story, but Lolo Jones's is especially inspiring. Learn how she's overcome a lifetime of adversity to become one of the USA's most celebrated hurdlers.
WBFF Pro Obi Obadike and Pro Fitness Model & Contest Promoter Kendall Wood, both collegiate track stars, answer your questions on everything fitness, including training methods for becoming a faster sprinter!
How can Olympians traveling long distances recover in less time? Although the Olympics have ended what the athletes do to recover has not. Get some great insight into methods of recovery, supplementation and more right here!
He is one of Bodybuilding.com's locals, having grown up in Boise, Idaho. Find out more as this humble but very skilled athlete talks about his journey to the ultimate in sporting competition, the Olympics!
While you may be the best thrower, catcher, passer, or tackler out there, if you can't run very well then you may not be at your peak. I've listed some different types of running along with descriptions to help anyone wanting to improve their endurance.
This is a safe and effective introduction to running and endurance sports. The article will give general guidelines and also touch on injury prevention. Read on...
What is the best diet for a track athlete? Find out what other people from the message boards think...
What is the best track workout? Find out what other people from the message boards think...
At 45, Dexter has been hurdling for many years. This is a great interview with an even greater athlete. Learn more about Dexter McCloud right here and see how he did at the Outdoor World Championships.
Nick has been in athletics now for most of his life and enjoys it a great deal, especially track and field where he excels in the discus competition. Learn more about him from this great bio.
Like all sprinters I also need to continue developing speed and endurance. Today I am going to be showing you a great workout which is commonly referred to as the ' 8 1/2 drill.' Learn more about this successful workout right here!
Put aside the theory that low intensity cardio will burn more body fat than carbohydrates. Here are some studies that will show you how sprinting can burn more in less time. The myths stop here!
A common injury associated with figure or endurance training is a shin splint. To help improve this sometimes debilitating injury I have put together a list of suggestions and shoe types to ease your pain.
Looking for a solution to get out of bed in the morning to do your cardio? Well, a running race of some kind may be the answer. This and several more tips to maximize your performance can be found right here.
In the first article we talked about interval training and the metabolic system. Here I am going to focus on morphological adaptations that muscles undergo in response to short term sprint training.
Sprint training is becoming an increasingly popular form of cardio. Find out here about the adaptations that take place from this type of training.
In my opinion, most hurdlers focus too much on speed development and often overlook technique development over the hurdles. To learn how to improve your hurdling technique continue reading below.
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The best workout for you to carry out tomorrow depends on both the quality and quantity of what you have done today, yesterday, over the last week, and even during the previous few months. Read below to learn about workouts for various running distances.
The track season is now over. Was it a success? Did I meet my expectations or fall flat on my face? The answer is not black or white unfortunately. Learn more below.
No one program is going to work for every athlete. Even a program that works well for an athlete today may lose its' effectiveness in a week, a month or a year. It all depends on the individual and what level he or she is at in training.
Baseball season was just around the corner, and I had to decide if I wanted to play. But this year, I am hell bent on becoming a good track and field athlete.
Just 21 when she won the New York Marathon, Tegla's running career began at the age of seven, when she left home at 6 a.m. on a chilly January morning to run 10 kilometres to the nearest school...
This article intends to explain the concept of periodization through outlining the phases of a hypothetical 100-meter sprint training model
Knowing your body and accepting its limitations are the key to a solid, consistent bike leg of a triathlon.
What you can learn from athletes at the very top of their game. Over the years I have had the privilege of talking fitness with many Olympic champions and I have found that each is able to offer a unique insight into what it takes to be the best.
Check out these awesome discus & shot put tips and drills for track and field athletes!
Having an effective start is a critical part of the short sprints. In this article, I will explain the start, exercises that will improve your start, and a variety of other technical aspects that go along with it.
The purpose of this article is two-fold. First, I will explore and attempt to unravel some of the common misconceptions held by the running community, and second, I will recommend a systematic approach to strength-training that will enable a runner to maximize his/her overall running performance.
Find out how Tom got started in track, all about the Olympic Training Center and what it takes to get there, what supplements you need and much more...
The basic idea of these exercises is simple. Explode off the ground, and then once your feet touch, explode again spending minimal amounts of time on the ground.
Check out these awesome warm up tips and drills for track & field competitors. Practice drills and tips included!
Sprinting is a very difficult combination of aggression, relaxation, technique, and efficiency. Champion sprinter Tom Green shows you his full training program!
This is the 8-Week Program that I used two months before the World U. Games held in Beijing China, in August of 2001.
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