Cortisol has received a bad rep as the ‘stress hormone’, and it’s true when it’s too low or too high, problems arise. In defence of cortisol – it isn’t the villain it’s made out to be.
Your inability to jump, run or change direction to your full potential will negatively impact your game.
Mobility – Strength – Recovery
Do you want to have a quicker reaction time on the basketball court? Here are four exercises that will help. There’s a lot that goes into making a great basketball player. Skills like shooting, dribbling and passing are all essential. But one of the most important skills to have is a quick reaction time. If
Ideally, your period should come effortlessly and without trouble – but does it?
When further developing your athleticism during the offseason, supplementation is imperative to optimize your performance and recovery.
One of the often overlooked/underused tools to optimize your health is quality sleep!
To dominate an entire basketball game, you need to step up your hydration with electrolytes and water, which will improve your athletic performance and recovery when the game is on the line.
How to get “quick feet”? To develop quick feet, you need to work on three fundamental factors running mechanics, strength & power, and nose breathing. The common methods of adding in conditioning drills outside of team practices and agility ladder drills will not significantly impact your performance the way you hope. Instead of doing the
Before the gluttony begins, let’s give your body some tools to better deal with the excess eating.
This is what Sex Ed class should have really taught us – what happens during our menstrual cycle.
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