Joe Giandonato

Joe Giandonato

Joe Giandonato, MBA, MS, CSCS is the Manager of Health Promotion at Drexel University, where he oversees employee wellness and recreational programming. He leads Proactive Health, a multidisciplinary collaborative initiative comprised of fitness training, nutrition and massage therapy aimed at improving health and performance in multiple populations.

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How to Prevent High Ankle Sprains

Few injuries are more troublesome for athletes than ankle injuries, particularly high ankle sprains. They are painful and they limit your ability ...

How to Prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries

Doing the same thing over and over again can lead to overuse injuries. That's why pitchers and tennis players often experience shoulder and elbow ...

Prevent Shoulder Impingement With Shoulder Press Variations

During their careers, lifters and throwing athletes can fall victim to shoulder injuries. The most common is shoulder impingement syndrome, which ...

Build Core Strength With Tactile Sensing

Athletes often have it all wrong when it comes to core training. They haphazardly dabble with a few Crunches, Sit-Ups, Side Bends and Oblique Twis...

Sculpt a Chiseled Chest With a Machine Bench Press

Get in a challenging chest workout whether you're on the road or stalled out because your weight room partner bailed with another lame excuse. (No g...

All About Muscle Pulls

A pulled muscle will bring a productive workout or practice to a screeching halt. Plus, it can sideline you for an undetermined length of time. (See...

Turn Your Shoulders Into Boulders With This Workout

Developing your deltoids will benefit you whether you're chasing gridiron glory, pulling down rebounds or just preparing for a season at the beach. ...

Plan a Better Off-Season Football Workout

The start of off-season conditioning is an important time for football players. This is when they can really commit to curing last season's weakness...

Build Your Explosive Lower-Body Plyometric Program

Imagine diving to snare a line drive in the outfield or capping off a fast break steal with a thunderous dunk. Each of these actions requires the ra...

How to Schedule Your Hydration

As the warmer weather of the spring approaches, so does outdoor activity. Rising temperatures are a pleasant break from the long winter; however, ...