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Denver's Edge: How Altitude Provides Their Teams With The Greatest Home-Field Advantage in Sports

Denver. The Mile High City. Sitting exactly 5,280 feet above sea level, Denver has the highest elevation of any major U.S. city. This gives the ...

How Smoking Ruins Your Sports Performance

how smoking affects workouts Young athletes, running the gamut of youth, high school, and collegiate athletes at some point may mull the consequences of...

Do Altitude Training Masks Actually Work?

Does an elevation training masks do more harm than good? Athletes are always looking for an edge, something that will give them a tactical advantage on...

Salad Showdown: Which Greens Are the Healthiest?

Healthy Salad Whenever we think of salads we might associate them with the healthiest choice for dining out or the perfect lunch option when we are...

Performance Benefits of High-Altitude Training

The desire to get a step ahead of the competition always prompts athletes to seek the latest and greatest advancements in training. One unorthodox m...

Keep Iron Levels High for Optimum Performance

Low iron levels are fairly common among distance runners, but what does this really mean? Iron deficiency, or anemia, is a condition is which t...

What's Missing From the Female Athlete's Diet, Part 2: Iron

In 2010, Paula Findley became the only female triathlete to win consecutive ITU World Championship Series events. However in the 2012 London Olympics...

Run Longer, Work Harder and Recover Faster With Oatmeal

Have just a few minutes for a morning meal? Try making a bowl of oatmeal. By adding this super food to your daily menu, you'll reap numerous benefit...

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