Conditioning

One of the misconceptions in the sports world is that a sports person gets in shape by just playing or taking part in his/her chosen sport. If a stationary level of performance, consistent ability in executing a few limited skills is your goal, then engaging only in your sport will keep you there. However, if you want the utmost efficiency, consistent [...]

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Coordination

Coordination is the topic in this installment of the 5 Key Areas of Athletic Performance. Coordination is the ability to repeatedly execute a sequence of movements smoothly [...]

Flexibility – Mobility

What is flexibility? Flexibility, mobility and suppleness all mean the range of limb movement around joints. In any movement there are two groups of muscles at work: [...]

What is Speed?

Speed, one of the 5 Key Areas of Athletic Performance, is the quickness of movement of a limb, whether this is the legs of a runner or the arm of the shot putter. Speed is an [...]

5 Key Areas – Endurance part 3

In this final installment on Endurance (one of the 5 Key Areas of athletic performance) we will introduce Speed Endurance and Strength Endurance. Speed endurance Speed [...]

5 Key Areas – Endurance part 2

The five key areas that contribute to improved athletic performance are Speed, Strength, Coordination, Flexibility and Endurance. The types of endurance are aerobic endurance, [...]

5 Key Areas of Performance – Endurance

There are five key areas that contribute to improved athletic performance; Speed, Strength, Coordination, Flexibility and Endurance. In subsequent posts we will highlight one [...]

So, what is indoor track?

Most people think of the sport of Track and Field as one sport, but in reality Outdoor Track and Field and Indoor Track and Field have enough differences to be classified as [...]

New site, new look!

We hope you enjoy our new site! Please visit often as we will have several updates, new content and sports registrations coming [...]