Monthly Archives: March 2015

Were you duped by EMG?

Were you duped by EMG?

EMG (electromyography) is the measurement of the electrical input to “activate” a muscle, and is often used as an indication of how much force the muscle will produce. It can be a useful research tool, and one that I’m very familiar with, having spent my two years of grad school working in the Exercise Neuroscience… Read more

Sports Nutrition Tip: The key to sustained energy

Sports Nutrition Tip: The key to sustained energy

I’m particularly excited about today’s sports nutrition tip from Brian St. Pierre. As in the past, this tip is a “teaser” from the Nutrition Guide he wrote for my new program Ultimate Hockey Transformation. Today’s tip covers a topic that is essential to fueling consistently high performance and making significant gains in off-season training. It… Read more

The Myth of Symmetry

The Myth of Symmetry

One of my favorite things about the “Throwback Thursday” process is that I have an opportunity to re-read some of my older work. Aside from picking up some information that I may have forgotten about, it also allows me to reflect on where I was at in my education at the time of writing it,… Read more

Sports Training Stuff You Should Read

Sports Training Stuff You Should Read

This doesn’t seem like a random assortment of great articles as much as it does a tribute to the great work that Mike Robertson continues to put out. Nonetheless, there’s a lot of interesting stuff here so take a few minutes to check it all out! Are US Soccer Players Out of Shape by Mike… Read more