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Why Improved Stability—Not More Stretching—Could Be Your Best Solution for Tight Muscles

Common thought dictates that if a muscle feels tight, we should be stretching it. A number of common movement issues are blamed on muscle X or Y be...

Does Cupping Therapy Actually Work?

Effectiveness of Cupping of post-exercise soreness and movement restoration Though Cupping Therapyh has just recently gained popularity in the world of...

The One Supplement That Can Alleviate Muscle Soreness

Limiting soreness is key to any successful training program. Whether you're in or off season, having fatigued broken down muscles can stop you from...

Do Sore Muscles Guarantee Size Gains?

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS): Anyone who has tried resistance training of some form for the first time will likely remember a week of struggling...

How to Improve Athleticism With Sand Workouts

Sand training can be a powerful training modality for enhancing performance when used correctly. Sand plyomtetrics and jump training has been show to...

4 Lifting Strategies That Limit Fatigue and Ensure Strength Gains

Fatigue in strength training is a fine line to walk. On one side if you push to hard and it accumulates you risk injury, decreased performance (in sport...

The TheraGun: The Recovery Tool Athletes Actually Like Using

The recovery tool that's taking the sports world by storm looks like an electric drill. It works like one, too. Press the button and it whirs t...

Why Pro Athletes Are Flocking To An Instrument-Assisted Healing Method Known as The Graston Technique

There's a common saying in the world of sports: the best ability is availability. The quote is widely attributed to Bill Parcells, a legendary form...

Is it Possible to Build Muscle Without Getting Sore?

No one said it better than Arnold Schwarzenegger: "no pain no gain." Muscle soreness is commonly associated with exercise effectiveness. In other words,...

The Strange Recovery Tool Athletes Are Using to Improve Their Performance and Prevent Injuries

Ice, heat, ultrasound and electric stimulation are well-known recovery and rehab tools. However, did you know that light can also be included in this ...

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