LET'S MOVE

Tips and Insights from Performance Experts

The Relationship Between Speed, Strength and Endurance

Strength, speed and endurance training are interconnected. To reach new goals, it is important to understand how they are tied together. Most non-elite athletes want to know how developing all three elements can help them run, cycle or swim better. The truth is that most sports will have a dominant ability that contributes more to…
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5 benefits of incorporating strength training into your routine

5 benefits of incorporating strength training into your routine Your time in the gym can also play an important... Read More

Making Time to Prep, Fuel, and Recover

We often hear about the challenges people face trying to maintain healthy practices while juggling the demands of a busy... Read More

Training for an Ironman Competition: Two Orthopaedic Doctors Share Their Experience

Last month, the St. Jude IRONMAN 70.3 Memphis broke ground for its inaugural event at Shelby Farms Park. Our team had the... Read More

Baseball Training Tips from Former Atlanta Braves Orthopaedic Surgeon

The Campbell Clinic foundation, in conjunction with Accel Performance and Wellness, recently hosted a virtual event... Read More

Training at Accel: An experience unlike any other in the region

Anyone can join a gym. But for those truly dedicated to their athletic performance, most facilities don’t offer the... Read More

5 Keys to Performance Nutrition

Our team is made up of a variety of skilled professionals who help make it possible to live out our mission of being a... Read More

Find Your Post-Race Recovery Routine at Accel

Find Your Post-Race Recovery Routine at Accel As an athlete, you spend countless hours perfecting your training. The... Read More

How to Prepare to Play College Football

How to Prepare to Play College Football Preparing for college is difficult enough for many students, but when you’re a... Read More

protein for performance training

The Importance of Protein in Performance Training

Protein is widely known for its role in muscle contraction and development, two things that are of utmost importance for... Read More