Bar-power outputs correlate to sport-specific performance (sprint speed and vertical jump height), compared with traditional 1-repetition maximum (1RM) measures, in elite athletes.

1RM Measures or Maximum Bar-Power Output: Which is More Related to Sport Performance?

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Example resistance training guidelines for maximizing muscle hypertrophy (growth) with resistance training

Evidence-Based Guidelines for Resistance Training Volume to Maximize Muscle Hypertrophy

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Earlier Time to Aerobic Exercise is Associated with Faster Recovery Following Acute Sport Concussion

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Racing Against Superhuman Robots Improves Athletic Performance in Trained Cyclists

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Resistance Training 1x vs. 2x per Week: What’s the Difference?

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Resistance Training Improves a Plethora of Health Parameters in the Elderly

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5 Factors That Determine How Much Fat is Burned During Exercise

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Program Design for Long-Term Athletic Development in Youth Athletes

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What You Need to Know About Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training

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Plyometrics Training in Water Results in Better Performance Outcomes Compared With Its Traditional, Land-Based Counterpart

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Combining High-Intensity Interval Training and Resistance Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

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Simple Tips for Consistent Training Progress

Manipulate these variables during training to consistently increase the amount of work you’re capable of doing, physically. Getting better isn’t exclusively measured by the amount of weight on the bar. Performing an exercise with more control, exercise more days/week, doing 1 more repetition or set, and decreasing rest periods are all forms of improvement!

Training Load and Heart Rate Variability Associated with Overuse Injury in CrossFit Athletes

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5 Ways Exercise Immediately Benefits Your Brain

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Get Fit or Increase Your Chances of Getting Hurt: It’s Your Choice

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Increase Your Odds of Becoming a Successful Base-Stealer by Using the Jab Step Technique

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Repeated-Sprint Training with Low-Oxygen Availability (Hypoxia) Improves Sea-Level Performance

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Lower Body Force Production Capabilities Related to Clubhead Velocity in Highly Skilled Golfers

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The Reason You Cramp During Exercise May Not Be Due to Dehydration or Lack of Electrolytes

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Whole-Body and Metabolic Health Adaptations to Aerobic vs. Resistance Exercise

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