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6 Everyday Stretches for People Who Sit Too Much

Everyday stretches for anyone who sits for a living or sits too much at home. Sitting is the new smoking. Sitting for eight hours a day can be just as...

How to Treat a Pulled Neck Muscle

A strain is a pulled muscle and although they hurt anywhere in the body, the neck is among the worst places to deal with one. A pulled neck muscle can...

The NBA Is Experimenting with Wearable Technology

The NFL recently introduced its hyped "Next Gen" statistics package for the 2015 season, showing fans how fast their favorite player runs on the field...

Achilles Tendon Ruptures: Prevention and Recovery

As an athlete, an Achilles tendon injury means major downtime and a long road to recovery. However, with more modern rehab programs as well as a...

What Happens After an ACL Tear?

Every year between 250,000 and 300,000 athletes undergo the long and arduous process of recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear, ...

Decrease Back Pain With Inversion Therapy

Ever have back pain that you simply can't cure?  Inversion therapy may offer relief. Inversion therapy is a form of treatment that involves hang...

Keys to Beginning Plyometrics Training

Being born with natural talent is helpful, but as long as an athlete has the right training, he or she can excel in sports. And regardless of your t...

Athlete's Guide to Back Injury Rehabilitation

Are you suffering from a lower back injury?  The following are some strategies your team physician, athletic trainer, physical therapist or conditi...

3 Exercises to Alleviate Knee Pain

Knee pain is quite common among athletes, caused by a wide variety of factors, including stress from competition and  genetics. To counter knee pai...

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