MLQ Introduces Injury Reserve to Championship Rosters

  The MLQ Gameplay Department has been working hard to prepare for the upcoming MLQ Championship in League City, Texas. In preparation for the event and with the safety of our athletes in mind, we have decided to open three additional rosters spots per team dedicated solely to injury reserve. As described in the rule […]

League Statement on Potential Code of Conduct Violation

  At Major League Quidditch, we take all accusations of rape and sexual assault seriously. We must also provide due process to the accused. The league will be opening an investigation into the accusations made against Los Angeles Guardians chaser Alex Scheer. Until the investigation is complete, Scheer will be placed under temporary suspension from […]

Phoenix Sol Forfeits July 9 Series

The Phoenix Sol will forfeit their series on July 9 against the Salt Lake City Hive due to a lack of available players. All three matches will be considered 60*-0 victories for Salt Lake in the league’s standings as outlined in the MLQ Forfeit Policy. “Due to our undersized roster and associated injuries, we have […]

Sick Gains: Training when Under the Weather

By Sarah McGowan So your summer training is going great. You haven’t missed a workout and you have been meeting all of your performance goals. You were playing well in Fantasy tournaments and MLQ series. Then one day you come down with an illness. What do you do next? Can you still workout? If you […]

Beat the Heat: Outdoor Exercise in the Summer

By Sarah McGowan Summer: great for the beach, barbecues and pool parties…not so great for outdoor exercise. Even though you may be tempted to hide in your air-conditioned gym from June to August, it’s actually better to let your body get used to the harsh summer heat now…especially if you’re training for an August tournament […]

Overkill: How to Fight Overtraining

By Sarah McGowan Whether you’re focused on the Benepe Cup or Regionals next year, chances are you’re going to spend your summer getting fit for quidditch. But before you schedule yourself for two-a-days every day, remember that too much too soon can be just as detrimental as not training at all. According to the National […]

How to Set Summer Fitness Goals and Meet Them

By Sarah McGowan Summertime and the livin’ is easy…maybe for Ella Fitzgerald but not for quidditch players. Off-season workouts often come with stagnated gains or a few less trips to the gym than you wanted. Sometimes you won’t even touch a broom, bludger or quaffle in weeks. But it doesn’t have to be that way. […]