Robert Vervloet

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What the Running Experts Forgot to Tell You
What the Running Experts Forgot to Tell You
When the rubber hits the road, this will make you a smarter and faster runner (heavily applicable to race car drivers and military forces, too).
All Lined Up
All Lined Up
The last time I had the opportunity to train a Division II collegiate football team, I produced their first winning season in five years. The main tools I used were a measuring tape, masking tape, and string.
How to Improve Your Vision
How to Improve Your Vision
Did you know? The quickest athletes are also documented to have 400 percent better eyesight than you do. If you've read my last two articles, you already know where I'm going with this...
What Does It Mean to Be a Gamer?
What Does It Mean to Be a Gamer?
The science behind cybersickness is what applies directly to anyone in the training realm of physical sports. For myself, it started in asking a straightforward question of a neurosurgeon I met decades ago.
The Next Generation Athlete
The Next Generation Athlete
If you refuse to recognize that training the brain is the new frontier of sport science, you will be left behind. So, what video games are you and your athletes playing to increase performance skills?
Being Human, Part 5: A Mountain of Challenge
Being Human, Part 5: A Mountain of Challenge
The true masters of agility are not who you might think...
Being Human, Part IV: Masters of Sprint
Being Human, Part IV: Masters of Sprint
The Sports Jester is back with his fourth installment of his running technique series.
Being Human, Part III: Pygmy Speed
Being Human, Part III: Pygmy Speed
Their running technique wasn't based on maximum oxygen uptake, the African pygmies focused solely on efficiency.
Being Human, Part II: The Kenyan Story
Being Human, Part II: The Kenyan Story
One of the most basic skills in athleticism is running bio-mechanics. But what if everything that coaches believe about proper form is incorrect?
The Art of Balance
The Art of Balance
The science of RSS is based upon the principle that to stand upright, your body is playing an ever constant balance game with itself.
A Very Different View of Training
A Very Different View of Training
I prepare an athlete to develop optimum control of his body as he moves, which is why I view core stability a failure as a basic model of athletic training.

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