Official visits are the single most effective way to learn as much as you can about the schools and programs you are considering. Here are some important questions to ask on your visit.
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There is no imposed limit on the number of unofficial visits that an athlete may take, so there is no better tool to help you hone in on the best school/program for you.
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The term "carbo-loading" is well-known and often used to describe the nutrition plan of a soon to be marathoner. But it is not the most effective way to maximize energy,
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