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Lay the Foundation for Great Workouts

Lay the foundation for a great workout with a dynamic warm-up. Skipping it may save time, but neglecting to take those extra minutes hinders your wo...

Foam Rolling Exercises for Hockey Players

The general wear and tear of a hockey season often leaves players broken down and sore. To counter the stress of repetitive skating, shot blocking a...

Best Basketball Training Equipment

Cutting, dribbling and jumping impact every basketball game. But training these skills to gain an edge over your opponents requires the use of the r...

Do Bigger and Stronger Muscles Impair Athletic Performance?

Athletes hit the weight room to gain advantages on the playing field or court. Sometimes they need to put on weight for their position or role; ot...

Stay Healthy and Loose With a Tennis Ball

Article written by Zachary Cohen and Sarah Cayton. Athletes who don't perform recovery exercises often feel stiff, and tight "trigger points" limi...

3 Ways to Improve Your Tissue Quality

The ability to perform well in the field can be impaired by poor tissue quality, such as muscle tears, bruises or joint problems. It's important t...

Prevent Shin Splints With a Proper Warm-Up

Shin splints can be incredibly frustrating. The nagging pain is uncomfortable and can severely degrade your performance. Fortunately, performing a...

Train Your Gluteus Medius for Strong and Healthy Knees

The knee is the body's most poorly designed joint and the one most susceptible to injury. In the U.S. alone, over one million knee surgeries are p...

Exercises to Reduce Shoulder Pain and Prevent Injury

One of the most overlooked areas in strength training is the rotator cuff. An unstable and weak rotator leads to poor range of motion, tightness a...

Strong and Mobile Hips, Part 2: Hip Flexibility

Tight hips may not seem like a big deal to you, but poor hip flexibility can cause serious performance problems, such as reduced agility, speed an...

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