What’s the use of elevation masks? For those who don’t know what that is, it’s an awesome looking fitness accessory that makes you look like Bane from Batman. Other than making you look like a complete bad-ass in the gym and your morning/late night runs, does it have any real purpose?
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Whether it’s the latest magazine article telling you to drink only cucumber water for a week, or the latest Canada Food guide telling you to limit your consumption of eggs, mainstream nutritional information seems to be filled with craziness, contradictions, and confusion. Trends seem to pop up regularly, only to disappear and pop up again a few years later. Ironically, certain unfounded nonsense does the rounds as true fact, and seems to stick as general knowledge, despite scientific advancements to the contrary. Below you’ll find five of the latest and greatest nutritional myths that we at Sports Science Strength & Conditioning want you to know about, and help us to debunk the old fashioned way – using good old scientific evidence.
If you are having troubles improving acceleration in your game, look no further. The now popular prowler can be used to improve just that.
The great thing about using the prowler is that it very easy to use and does not require much skill to use. All you need is a prowler, some plates (if desired), and some space to run up and down, preferably indoors or an area where there isn't too much traffic.
A while ago I briefly wrote an article discussing "The All Natural 'Magic Pill' for Weight Loss" (<--- click the link to be taken to it directly). I targeted how Dr. Oz was selling lies. Not much has changed and he is not the only one doing it. Celebrities are in it too - pause for a sudden, short intake of breath.