Gary Moller

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Gary Moller

Gary Moller has more than 30 years of hands-on experience working with sports coaches and athletes in injury management and high performance conditioning. He specializes in preventing and managing adrenal fatigue, popularly known as 'burnout.' He is an accomplished endurance athlete himself, with a competitive career spanning over 40 years.

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5 Mental Skills That Successful Athletes Have in Common

There are great athletes and there are athletes that could have been great. An athlete with incredible physical prowess and skill might be able to...

How Alcohol Affects Athletic Performance

Alcohol and athletic performance have never been words that go together in a positive context. Drinking in moderation in perfectly fine for most people...

Debunking Myths About Foot Pronation

Foot pronation is a hot topic on running forums. This oft-discussed seemingly crippling disability results when your foot rolls inward more than the...

How To Choose The Perfect Running Shoe

Well-fitting running shoes are critical to any athlete's podiatric health, whether they're a marathon runner or just squeezing in evening jogging...

5 Training Tips to Get a Great Workout When You're Short on Time

There are plenty of people in this world who say they want to be fit, but complain that work, family, and other commitments keeps them too busy or...

5 Reasons Athletes Should Train With Olympic Lifts

Most athletes have an exercise routine tailored to their particular strength. Cross country runners will spend a lot of time working on stamina and...

The Natural Way to Increase Human Growth Hormone and How it Will Benefit You

If you regularly work out, you have heard of human growth hormone (HGH). You may hear that HGH can rebuild your muscles, keep you fit and energetic, and...

How Your Body's Natural Schedule Affects Your Workouts

Keeping your body in tip top shape can require a certain level of planning. You should plan your meals, your workouts and your activity level - but...

How Your Mood Can Affect Your Sports Performance

Every good athlete knows that it takes more than physical stamina to succeed. Along with developing your muscles, reflexes and physical capabilities,...

5 Side Effects of a Low-Protein Diet for Athletes

Most people generally know that protein is related to building muscle, even if they don't understand the biology of it. For athletes, it's a critical...

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