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Endurance Training
Interview with the Athlete - Ruth Croft
by Sean Casey | 09/07/2014

In this “Interview with the Expert”, ultra endurance athlete Ruth Croft discusses her background as well as training and nutrition strategies that have fueled her race day performance

Russia's Noble Ergogenic Weapon - Xenon
by Sean Casey | 05/20/2014

In February 2014 it was learned that Russian athletes had been using a relatively unknown ergogenic aid, the noble gas xenon, to boost athletic performance since early 2000's. The main benefit attributed to xenon is its ability to enhance EPO production, thus enhancing one's aerobic capacity (VO2max). Besides boosting EPO levels, research has shown xenon to induce euphoria as well as analgesia. Additionally, as reported in the press, based off Russian documents, it may enhance testosterone production. Got your attention yet? OK, read the article!

Interview with the Expert: Brian McWilliams
by Sean Casey | 01/22/2014

In this “Interview with the Expert” we have the privilege of talking training and sports medicine with Brian McWilliams, MS, LAT, CSCS, CEAS, USAT Level II coach. Topics that we cover include his work as an athletic trainer and/or coach in a variety of settings (Industrial, College Sports, NFL, Olympics, triathlons, youth fitness). In addition Brian shares his experiences preparing for Triathlons as well as his involvement with the Wisconsin chapter of myTEAM TRIUMPH.
Prolotherapy Part II: HEAL those Chronic Tendon, Ligament and Cartilage Injuries... Or Not?
by Sean Casey | 05/22/2013

Avoid the surgical knife and heal your connective tissue injuries with a few simple prolotherapy injections… Sounds great, but does it actually work? In Part II of this series, we examine the effects of traditional prolotherapy healing agents such as glucose and sodium morrhuate on various connective tissue injuries in humans.

Prolotherapy Part I: "Snake Oil" Medicine or "Revolutionary Healing" Technique?
by Sean Casey | 04/21/2013

Many individuals suffer from chronic connective tissue injuries such as torn ligmants, damaged tendons and/or degenerating cartilage. Although it has been around for 100’s of years, a “new” treatment technique, referred to as prolotherapy, has been promoted by some physicians as effective non-surgical technique to heal these injuries. In Part I of this series, we examine the history of this technique as well as animal based research supporting/refuting its benefits.

Interview with the Expert - Zach Bitter
by Sean Casey | 04/14/2013

In this interview with the expert, we have the privilege of talking with ultra endurance athlete extraordinaire, Zach Bitter. Amongst other things, topics discussed include how he got involved with ultramarathon running, a breakdown of his training week as well as the nutritional strategies he uses to fuel performance.

Interview with the Expert: Once Again with Dr. Jamie Cooper, PhD
by Sean Casey | 12/04/2012

In this installment of “Interview with the Expert” we have the privilege of talking with Dr. Jaime Cooper, PhD, where we focus on training and nutrition to fuel triathlon training.

Pre-Workout Static Stretching & Athletic Performance
by Sean Casey | 07/06/2011

The use of static stretching is one of the most controversial aspects of a warm-up. Should you be including or excluding it from your workout? Read here to find out.

Training Muscles before Movements
by Dr. Bradley Kruse | 03/16/2011

Functional movement exercises are all the rage these days. However, should we be paying more attention to isolation exercises?


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