athletes

Effective Communication Between Coach And Athlete

When naming skills a successful individual should possess, communication should be at the top of the list. It seems like a no brainer but it seems to be a hard attribute to find in coaches or weightlifting these days. Without communication, from both sides, a coach/athlete relationship will be doomed to fail. Expectations Of A […]

10 Signs To Look For When Picking A Coach

Image Source  Ara Parasheghian, football coach at the University of Notre Dame, once said “A good coach will make his (athletes) see what they can be rather than what they are.” No matter the age or competitive level, most of us involved in sports need a coach of some sort. Whether you rely on a […]

Developing Power With Olympic Lifts

Whether you are a high school, college, elite level, or amateur competitor, hopefully you have realized the importance of the Olympic lifts and their variations in your training. John Grace, CSCS and coach at the Athletic Lab, provides us with yet another great technical article on how the Olympic lifts can help you and your […]

How to Stock an Athlete’s Fridge: Part 1

To eat right, you need to surround yourself with healthy foods, dense proteins, and clean, complex carbs. Stocking your fridge helps you to avoid the temptation of the drive-thru or pizza delivery. But what should you keep in your fridge? Eggs, and lots of them. Eggs are a great way to get a lot of […]