By: Olympian Khadevis Robinson "The chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken." In all aspects of life and sport, we have habits. Some habits serve us well, and some serve us not as well. The key is to make it a habit to do the [...]
Heavy hearts as we lost good friend and great person in Torrin Lawrence today. God rest your soul brother. We love you.
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In his high hurdling heyday, Roger Kingdom was the “baddest man on the planet.” The Georgia native was drawn to the University of Pittsburgh on a football scholarship, but found more success on the Panther track team, earning two NCAA hurdle titles. According to the bio on his website, www.rogerkingdom.com, it was “after winning his [...]
Even though Doc Patton retired from competitive racing in November 2013, he is certainly not done with track. The sprinter, who earned two World Championship gold medals in the 400-meter relay, as well as a pair of Olympic silvers in the same event, was still making noise on the straightaway in 2013 at the advanced [...]
The Vertimax V-8 System is a revolutionary training aid that allows for even resistance through multiple planes of motion. Functional training taken to the next level is achieved with this product. Common band or bungee training devices are great, but the problem is that, in these modes, resistance is increased as the bands or cords [...]