Category Archives: athlete

Low Glycogen Training

Below is a great article on Low Glycogen Training from Peak Performance .  This is a must read for cardio athletes and discuss the most recent research on this concept.  Once again the concept of epigentics and exercise comes into … Continue reading

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Lift Heavy/Get Strong!

Many athletes and people training confuse strength with power.   In fitness terms strength is your ability to generate a force.  For example, stand against a wall and push as hard as you can.  If there was a force plate measuring … Continue reading

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Overload Adaptation and Overall Fatigue

Your body makes changes based on stimulus or stress to a particular energy system.  What we know is that your body is overloaded by a stimulus that is out of the normal range of work.  This overload can be in … Continue reading

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Genetics and Sport

I think the most overused and one of the most dangerous terms in the athletic vernacular is “gifted”. Of course there are certain body types that are much more appropriate to certain sports and movements than others, however the term … Continue reading

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>Sport is War! Are you ready for the battle?

>At Titan Sports Performance and Physical Therapy, we have trained some of the best athletes in the world and through this training have a window into what are some of the most important ingredients to make a champion. This Blog … Continue reading

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