May 20, 2016
If your goal is to improve your speed and strength, speed training is definitely a great way to make both of these things happen. This is especially true if you’re involved in sports or compete in other fitness-related events in which your ability to outmaneuver your opponent or quickly finish a course is critical to your success. Regardless of what’s behind your desire for more speed, here are nine tips that can help you make the most of this type of training regimen: Commit to speed training at least twice a week; anything less won’t provide as good results....
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June 11, 2014
Reaction is all about your body’s ability to respond both quickly and effectively to changes in the world around it. And increasing your reaction means that you’re able to take action right when you notice that change, allowing you to stay one step ahead of your competitor by knowing how to respond to their actions almost immediately. Although sports often require a quick reaction, so does life in general. For instance, if your little one darts out into the road, you want to be able to respond quickly and appropriately to pull them back and protect them from danger. ...