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 Benefits of Cross Training for Runners and Athletes

If you're an active athlete, you probably have a particular physical specialty. You may be an excellent sprinter, a strong jumper, a fast swimmer. But...

How to Remove the Boredom from Long Distance Runs

The worst thing about running 10 miles or more is not exhaustion or pain or heat. It is boredom. As much as runners crave that sense of accomplishment...

How to Avoid Gaining Weight in Your Offseason

If you're an active athlete on a sport's team, chances are there's a difference between the amount of exercise you get in your off season compared to in...

4 Reasons To Switch Up Your Fitness Routine

Your standard exercise routine may seem like a hardy and reliable workout, but if you've been following the same circuits for months now, it may not be...

How to Stretch After Sitting in Class All Day

When you're working an office job, you're liable to develop aches, pains and stiffness from sitting at a desk in front of a computer for eight hours a...

How to Peak Correctly for Your Season

Most athletes don't actually strive to remain in peak condition at all times. Staying in peak condition is grueling, and requires lots of devotion and...

3 Ways to Build Soccer Endurance

Soccer games are at least 90 minutes long, often longer. Players looking to participate in the sport must have the endurance to last a full match, which...

How to Hydrate Properly to Maintain Your Performance in the Summer Heat

Staying hydrated is critical to an athlete's performance. In the heat of the July and August temperatures, athletes are especially prone to dehydration....

4 Training Tips to Improve Balance and Coordination

Your proprioception, or sense of physical self, is what allows you to move naturally throughout the world, go through motions, or participate in...

3 Foam Rolling Techniques You're Missing In Your Recovery

One of the most popular ways to relieve muscle pain and soreness is foam rolling. Foam rolling is a form of self-myofascial release, a self-massage...

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