Training Techniques

Obliques | The best exercises for women

by Ludovico Lemme

last updated: April 21, 2020

How to target obliques during abs training? Let's see the best exercises for the obliques, the anatomy of the abdomen, and the frequency and volume of abs training for women.


Shoulder training | The 5 best exercises for deltoids

by Editorial staff

last updated: March 03, 2020

Who doesn't want broader, rounded, sculpted shoulders? Here are the 5 best exercises for the shoulders and a full training schedule for the deltoid muscle mass, with the collaboration of IFBB Pro Gabriele Andriulli.


Functional training | Why functional exercises are not just a trend

by Massimiliano Febbi

last updated: March 02, 2020

In gyms, there is a lot of talking about functional training. Attention, this is not the usual fitness trend! Let's dive into this type of training and see what functional gymnastics is and the benefits of functional exercises for athletes.

Sport and the menstrual cycle | The complete guide

by Editorial staff

last updated: November 06, 2019

Premenstrual syndrome and menstruation symptoms can be a challenge for us athletes, but they certainly don't stop us in our tracks! In this post, we have collected together everything you need to know about training during the menstrual cycle, including what to eat during the cycle and what to avoid.

DNS or Dynamic Neuromuscolar Stabilisation: Let's find out what it is

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: October 02, 2017

DNS or Dynamic Neuromuscolar Stabilisation is a kinesiological approach used by Pavel Kolar based on early childhood development principles.

Isometric training

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: July 11, 2017

By isometric contraction, we mean the kind of contraction that develops muscular tension at a constant length, thus statically (without movement).

Training in the Summer: Expert Advice

by Agnese Donati

last updated: June 07, 2017

Summer for many is the most beautiful season of the year because, with the arrival of the warm weather and increased hours of daylight, our mood is lifted, because after spending months locked indoors, we can finally spend more time out in the open air. For athletes, this is all an excuse for an enjoyable workout, but, as we all know, the summer brings with it heat and excessive humidity, which can catapult anyone who undertakes physical activities into an inferno of sweating and fatigue. Gently, with expert advice and a correctly supplemented diet, the progress you've made during the colder months will not be lost.

What you need to know to reduce the risk of injury

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: June 05, 2017

Please note that prevention does not mean the total risk of injury, but rather a minor incidence thereof. The problem is almost never in the joint or muscle involved, it is usually derived from compensation due to a movement deficit (it may be, but is less likely).

The Bulgarian method by Ivan Abadjiev

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: May 15, 2017

This method was devised by Bulgaria's National Weightlifting Team coach, Ivan Abadjiev, and it is considered one of the best ever conceived; its validity is proven by the fact that many nationals have adopted it to help their athletes prepare until they managed to create their own version.

Autogenic Training: Instructions for Use

by Niccolò Balboni

last updated: March 28, 2017

This concentration technique is used primarily in the sports field, during both preparation and during a race, to restore the mental ability and concentration/motivation of the athlete, and at certain times, should remove the states of exhaustion and psychic over-excitation as quickly as possible.