Many people think of golf as a relaxing, laid-back sport, but at the elite level, a golf swing is one of the most explosive, complex movements in any sport. Coach Jeremy Golden explains how to develop strength and power in golf athletes so that those physical improvements will correlate to a more efficient swing and a resulting longer drive.
Author: Panos Papadiamantis
Panos Papadiamantis holds a Masters Degree in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and a BS & MS degree in Mechanical Engineering & Operations Research from the National Technical University of Athens. Since the beginning of his professional life he became engaged in the field of entrepreneurship and in 2016 joined the Forbes 30 under 30 list. In the past he worked in Silicon Valley as a business developer in technology companies including Nutanix Inc. and as a research assistant at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) at Stanford University.
Coach Alan Bishop presents the squat progression that works for his team sport athletes. It takes new (and healthy) athletes through a sequence of four types of squats that address mobility, skill, and stability while focusing on full-range training for long-term athletic development.
We know that nutrition plays an essential role in peak athletic performance, but what does that mean when it comes to the best drinks for sport? Registered dietitian Wendi Irlbeck looks at the role of hydration in athletic success, as well as the best drinks to support fluid status, muscle growth, and overall exercise recovery pre-, during, and post-workout.