For Athletes

Nutrition for the Young Athlete

Paleo? High fat? High carbs? Atkins? Jenny Craig? 5:2? Grapefruit? No doubt you’ve heard about some of these diets and while some at least make a bit of sense, the chances are their conflicting solutions to your nutritional requirements will probably confuse you. So what should you adhere to for your young, athletic offspring? After fifteen years working, training and ...

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Q&A: Ben Cross

During one of the Level 2 Strength & Conditioning courses, Ben Cross and I started chatting about the his training. Known as a 'Hard Man' as a player, Ben had some interesting perspectives on his training, what he did then and what he would do now.  Ben, first up, thanks for taking the time to answer these questions. Thanks propelperform ...

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Progressing the Bridge Exercise

Around the World Bridge Exercise (with band)

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The Silent Evidence

In 2011 Novak Djokovic had a winning streak of 41 matches. Included in this streak is his Australian Open title, as well as titles in Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid and Rome. His streak was broken when he lost to Roger Federer in the semi-finals of the French open. About two thirds of the way through his incredible run reports emerged ...

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For Athletes Only

As an athlete, there is no doubt that you want to succeed. You put in the effort, spend countless hours training and improving, even more hours discussing, analysing and dreaming about your sport. The scary thing is that for everything you do there is someone out there doing that and more! They’re pushing themselves a bit harder, doing a bit ...

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