A New Theory on Sudden Cardiac Deaths in Young Athletes

Robert S. Hays

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> There’s been a good deal of discussion in modern decades about heart wellness in stamina athletes. The recent evidence, as I see it, indicates that it is pretty, really unlikely that decades of education for marathons will finally damage your heart. But there is a different angle to this […]

Seeking a Grand Theory of Injury Prevention

Robert S. Hays

“],”renderIntial”:accurate,”wordCount”:350}”> On the fantastic philosophical problem of why lousy items (i.e. accidents) take place to superior people today (i.e. runners who obey the 10 per cent rule), the sages are divided. Some say it is since we have not still figured out exactly which kind flaw, muscle imbalance, or instruction […]

Practical Applications for Periodization Theory

Robert S. Hays

A considerable amount of exploration has been done on the thought of periodization and its purpose in arranging teaching applications, especially for eliciting athletic efficiency gains.   The concept of periodization is rooted in Hans Selye’s General Adaptation Syndrome (Gasoline), which includes three key levels: alarm response, resistance, and exhaustion.15 […]

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