Cain Morano

 
Aging and Keeping Pace
Aging and Keeping Pace
Why is another article in the realm of injury prevention and performance improvement while aging relevant? For two reasons: the audience is growing, and every author has a different writing style. If you remember at least one of my points, remember, "Get the drugs!"
Guidelines For Injury-Free Progress: Controlling Intensity
Guidelines For Injury-Free Progress: Controlling Intensity
“If I train strength and conditioning at the same time, will both suffer?” Unless you are taxing your recovery or training in completely disparate ways, you can train both domains. Here are a few ways you can do that.
Three More Guidelines for Injury-Free Progress
Three More Guidelines for Injury-Free Progress
The primary question you should ask for your training is this: How can I get stronger while staying injury free? Maximize your results with these general rules.
Basic Guidelines for Injury-Free Progress
Basic Guidelines for Injury-Free Progress
Those extra 15 sets of leg extensions are fun, but do they help you?
Visualizing a Lift: Part 2, Ritual Reinforcement
Visualizing a Lift: Part 2, Ritual Reinforcement
This is your only chance; how do you want this set to go down?
Visualizing a Lift: Before, After, Here, or There?
Visualizing a Lift: Before, After, Here, or There?
Sports science has taught us that visualization electrically activates the corresponding muscle groups.

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