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The Perfect Fit: Athlete's Guide to Purchasing New Shoes

If you've been putting off purchasing a new pair of trainers until the glue holding your old shoes together breaks and flakes, stop what you're doin...

Concussion-Prevention Shockstrip Approved for High School Football

There are few worse sounds in football than the crash of a helmet-to-helmet hit. In his 16 years as a chiropractic physician, Dr. Steven Novicky ...

Concussions 101

As sports get faster and collisions get more violent, concussions have become a growing concern for athletes at all levels. To protect yourself from t...

Symptoms and Treatment of Stress Fractures

The common image of a bone fracture is of a single traumatic event that causes the injury. However, this is not always the case. Stress fractures ca...

Jim Carpentier Named STACK Expert of the Month

Jim Carpentier, CSCS, associate health and wellness director at the Greater Morristown YMCA in Cedar Knolls, N.J., has been named STACK's Expert of ...

NSF Q&A: How to Select Safe Nutritional Supplements

Athletes will go to great lengths to improve their performance. That's why nutrition supplements have become so popular with athletes. If a supple...

Envisioning Better On-Court Performance

Tennis is a sport in which exceptional visual skills are critical. Strong vision improves split-second on-court movement—reacting to shots, sett...

The Dangers of Overtraining

In hopes of varsity stardom, state championships and college scholarships, many high school athletes push their bodies to the limit. And beyond. Thou...

Dealing with Asthma and Sports

By Dr. Norman Edelman No. You just have to control it and make sure you never neglect it. Never think that if you run harder, you will beat it. That'...

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