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The Importance of Speed Execution in Strength Training

Strength training is a fundamental pillar for both injury prevention and performance enhancement in virtually all sports.

The Importance of Neural Factors in Strength Performance

The capacity to exercise strength in a short period of time, known as the rate of strength development, is one of the main performance indicators in explosive actions.

Structured training in basketball

Since its creation, the Fútbol Club Barcelona (FCB) Performance Area has developed a work methodology in which the athlete as a human being is the cornerstone to optimise performance in their sport.

The role of hypoxia in strength training

Hypoxia (whether normobaric or hypobaric) results in a series of responses such as greater metabolic stress, stronger hormonal response, and greater fast fibre recruitment, which could maximise the adaptations to resistance training.

How to reach match day with the glycogen storage full

Carbohydrates are the main energy source during high-intensity exercises. Therefore, it is important to get to the competition with the highest glycogen storage possible.

Training When There isn’t a Training session

Envisioning our performance in any physical practice has shown to be a great complement to improve our sports performance.

Myths about Training Loads, Injuries and Performance

Training load control (TL) has become a cornerstone on which to optimise performance and avoid the risk of injury.

Volume vs intensity to increase strength and muscle mass gains

Strength training programs have a variety of goals, although the two main ones for most athletes are to increase strength or muscle mass.

RPE and its relationship with the risk of injury in footballers

Overtime, the competitive distance among elite football teams has shortened, so the focus is currently on those aspects that can tip the scale to one side or the other.

Changes in Muscle Glycogen Stores during a Football Match

Glycogen plays a key role in sports performance. During exercise, especially when performed at high intensity, the glycolytic metabolism takes on a special relevance.