Posted August 10th, 2011 by Christian Hold
We aren't talking about playing football on the moon, zero gravity would make us all have to rethink the game.
"In Space" means playing with distance between your players and the other team. If your team is bigger and more athletic and can handle the other teams players one on one, you want space, it is your friend.
However, if you don't have bigger and better athletes than the other team, space is you enemy.
"In space" means just what it says, putting your players with space in-between them ...› Continue reading
Posted August 9th, 2011 by Christian Hold
The sports nutrition that any athlete consumes is a very important aspect and a huge determinant of his health and in turn affects his performance. Everyone knows that in today's competing world of sports, one must perform at his best to even qualify. And when it comes to winning, it's not enough to give your best- you need to be better than the best.
To play any sport, an athlete must maintain a healthy lifestyle. It's not only required to practice and polish the skills of the sport, but is ...› Continue reading
Posted August 5th, 2011 by Christian Hold
Many people have the misconception that the major concern of people engaged in team sports is gaining weight. The image of the three hundred pound player leads many people to see it from this perspective. The truth is that most athletes are more concerned with weight loss than with weight gain. The reason for this is fairly simple. It is very easy to gain weight. It is a little harder to get those pounds off you once you have gained them.
Athletes have ideal playing weights, and they spend a ...› Continue reading
Posted August 1st, 2011 by Christian Hold
Anyone who has ever been in a gym before is familiar with the
gleaming banks of shiny exercise machines. Coming in all shapes
and sizes, they are usually cause for the newcomer to the gym to
pause and ask, "What IS all of that stuff?"
Well, according to the price that the gym paid for any one piece
of that equipment, I certainly hope that it not only stimulates
your muscles, but also cooks your breakfast, washes your car,
and brings the kids home from soccer practice! Now the question
becomes ...› Continue reading