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Featured Articles

S & C J Metabolic Conditioning

by Paul Gamble

Challenges and Game-Related Solutions
to Metabolic Conditioning for Team Sports
Paul Gamble,PhD,CSCS
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

SUMMARY
The intricacies of team sports competition pose unique challenges for metabolic conditioning.The unpredictability and intermittent nature of competitive matches leads to great variability in the order, duration, and intensity of the various modes of locomotion and game-related activities players are required to perform.This article describes novel sport-specific solutions to metabolic conditioning for team sports players. The practicalities of implementing these game-related approaches are examined.

Physical Preparation for Youth Team Sports Players

by Paul Gamble

Approaching Physical
Preparation for Youth
Team-Sports Players
Paul Gamble, PhD, CSCS
Heriot Watt University, Sport and Exercise Science and Medicine Centre, Sports Academy, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

SUMMARY
The benefits of physical preparation in young athletes are becoming widely accepted. This article examines the need for different aspects of physical preparation for young athletes competing in organized team sports. It further attempts to define what constitutes appropriate strength training, metabolic conditioning, and neuromuscular training for young team-sports players at different phases of growth and maturation.

Fats for good health and weight loss?

by Matt Lovell

FISH OIL Of all the supplements that I recommend to my clients (athletes and non-athletes) the first choice is always Fish Oil. Fish oil is the panacea of life - thereís not much it canít or wonít do in the body to regulate and enhance all aspects of cellular function. The reason it does this is because the cells or rather cell walls are made from fat. So the health of the cell membrane depends on the fat that you eat. You need cells to be built from a good mix of fatty acids, but if you have too many of one type over another then cell membrane health will be compromised and cell communication will be less efficient.

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Welcome to the latest issue of PAC training. The PAC team have been working hard to gather new and exciting information to add to the vast database of training information within the site and we are delighted to announce that the site is now completely FREE. Simply log in to enjoy our extensive database of exercises, a range of detailed training schedules and many articles from some of the leading minds in the field of preparation for sport.

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