Discover Soccer’s “Carnival of Athletic Training” features links to other sites for all things related to athletic training.While not necessarily directly related to soccer, it may hold useful information for readers. Oh, and due to the nature of some of these links, there’s a bit of sarcasm thrown in too.
Have you ever wondered how much a gym membership costs and thought you’d be better off going to some random website to tell you instead of just asking the gym?
If part of your athletic training includes a detoxification, this post on detox myths uncovered is for you. And as you’ll see, drastic diets are bad, but dandelions and fennel diets (because that’s not drastic?!?) is apparently good.
Here’s a good post on choosing the right men’s vitamins..
Here’s a list of 25 Up-and-Coming Nutrition Blogs from 2009 and 2010.
10 Ways to Get Fit After the Holidays for this year or next.
10 Ways to Succeed in Strength Training and Life – and a great pic of Arnold Schwarzenegger circa 1980.
Apparently these are the Top 25 Healthy Living Blogs You Weren’t Reading in 2010.
26 Cheerleading Resources – because there never a reason not to include cheerleading on here.
Some obvious ways to stay active when it’s cold outside
Here’s a post about Improving Vertical Jumping (not to mention soccer strength) with Strength Training.
Why your heart needs magnesium and foods you can get it from.
This one is called 50 Websites to Motivate You To Get Healthy. And who cares if they are not necessarily motivational, there are still some good links.