The Case for Switching Up Your Eating and Sleeping Patterns


July 25, 2018

The Case for Switching Up Your Eating and Sleeping Patterns

Here’s what a typical Monday looked like for Ron Clarke, the record-setting Australian distance runner who dominated international competition in the 1960s: 6:30 a.m.: 3 miles fast 1:00 p.m.: 6 miles fast 5:15 p.m.: 12 miles fast As it happens, that’s what Tuesdays looked like too. And Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

Catapult Fundamentals: What can PlayerLoad tell me about athlete work? | Catapult Sports

Coaches, analysts and sports scientists are always striving to quantify the performance of their athletes, but vast quantities of information can make it easy to get lost in an avalanche of data without unearthing the most powerful insights. Measuring Athlete Work One parameter that empowers time-poor coaches, scientists and analysts alike is Catapult’s PlayerLoad metric.

Gene editing could create super athletes by 2036, says UNSW guest lecturer

Athletes who have been genetically modified to gain a competitive edge could be on the playing field as soon as 2036, Arizona State University (ASU) Associate Professor Diana Bowman will argue during a presentation at UNSW on Wednesday. “Precision gene editing is bringing us closer to the reality of designing select genetic traits into human embryos,” Dr Bowman says.

5 Soccer Strength Exercises You Can Perform Anywhere

Here’s a sad truth: Soccer players don’t strength train enough. With the hectic life of the modern student-athlete, including games, practices, school, homework and more, something’s got to give. For soccer players, this something is often a consistent presence in the weight room. I get it-it’s tough.


This past summer, while recruiting a D1 transfer student, Coach Jeff Curtis had an ace up his sleeve. Curtis cut his teeth as an assistant coach under the player’s dad before taking the reins of the Northwood women’s basketball team, which helps explain how he was able to get an audience with such a coveted prospect in the first place.

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