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How This Cutting-Edge Technology is Making Pro and Collegiate Athletes Stronger and Faster

Strength and conditioning is an art. You can create the best training program in the world, but things don't always go as planned. No two athletes ...

By: Andy Haley

When Your Cramps Have Nothing to Do with Hydration or Electrolytes

When a cramp strikes during a game or practice, most people chalk it up to inadequate hydration or lack of electrolytes. That is often the case. A...

By: STACK Staff

Why Better Conditioned Athletes Have Fewer Injuries

Injuries happen in sports. Sometimes they're because an athlete's body is unprepared for intense athletic movements. Sometimes they're just bad lu...

By: Andy Haley

Leading Doctor Changes Tune, Says You Shouldn't Ice Injuries or for Recovery

R.I.C.E., which stands for Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation, has been a go-to treatment for sports injuries and muscle soreness for decades. B...

By: Maddy Lucier

How to Prevent Baseball Injuries During the Off-Season

So much emphasis is placed on peaking our athletes for tryouts and the start of the season. Moving forward, great strides have been made in creating...

By: Stephen Gamma