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How Kentucky Basketball Players Stay Healthy During the Season

All off season athletes are put through rigorous training sessions, from lifting big heavy weights to running at high end speeds over and over for long...

4 Pieces of Workout Gear That Will Make Your Training More Effective

There are certain accessories you use while you play your favorite sports or work at your job. So it should make sense that you need workout gear while...

Build an Effective Workout With This 8-Step Blueprint

I developed The Perfect Workout Regimen for myself and my patients that are looking to get in better shape and lose weight are based off a very simple...

Why You Should Be Foam Rolling Your Upper Body

Do you own a foam roller? Do you use it on your legs and glutes? What about your upper body? Why do we foam roll? The idea behind foam rolling is to...

Prevent Common Tennis Injuries With 5 Foam-Rolling Exercises

Let's get the ball rollin', foam rollin'! In tennis there are a variety of shots you make, all engaging your forearm, wrist and hand. To offset the high...

4 Ways to Integrate Injury-Prevention Training Into Your Workouts

The goal and focus of working with athletes is to keep our best players strong and safe on the field, explosive and conditioned, ready to dominate every...

Holiday Wish List: New Balance Merino Half-Zip: A Lightweight Top That Stores Everything a Runner Needs

Man, that pocket is big. Situated right over your heart, marked by a reflective stripe that might just save your life, the storage spot in New Bala...

2 Foam Roller Workouts For Strength, Not Recovery

Two Challenging Full-Body Foam Roller Workouts for Boosting Sports Performance By Jim Carpentier, CSCS A foam roller is commonly used for massaging away...

Holiday Wish List: HyperIce Vyper, a Vibrating Foam Roller That Provides More Relief With Less Effort

Soreness and stiffness are two annoyances athletes constantly deal with. When you push your body to the limit in training, games and practices, you're...

What Is a Muscle Knot and How Do You Alleviate the Pain?

What is a muscle knot? Muscle knots, also know as trigger points or adhesions, are common however they are not normal. They are areas of tension built...

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