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New Research Shows Aerobic Activity Shortly After Sustaining a Concussion Drastically Decreases Recovery Time

For decades, the prescription for a concussion was rest, rest and more rest. Only once the symptoms subsided should exercise resume. But new res...

Optimize Your Conditioning Workouts With the Humon Hex Oxygen Sensor

Most workout technology has been geared to endurance and conditioning training. First came the humble stopwatch. Then heart rate monitors. And more ...

Here's the Crazy Way Draymond Green Lost 18 Pounds After His Rookie Season

Today, ESPN published an article entitled "Golden State's Draymond Green Problem," by ESPN Staff Writer Ethan Sherwood Strauss. The article is ...

NBA Stars DeMar DeRozan and DeMarcus Cousins Spin Just Like the Rest of Us

Sitting atop a stationary bike pedaling a mile a minute and being screamed at by an instructor saying "BEAUTY MEANS PAIN," that, "man, I bet NBA p...

Burn Fat With a 15-Minute HIIT Workout

High Intensity Interval Training is a cardiovascular training style that serves many purposes. An HIIT cardio workout isn't as time consuming as steady...

Target Specific Energy Systems to Maximize Your Training

Hockey players are primarily anaerobic athletes, meaning they must produce bursts of energy for speed and power for very short periods of time bef...

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...

The Best Hockey Conditioning: The Tabata Protocol

Each athlete is unique, and each reacts to hockey conditioning stimuli in his or her own individual way. (See 3-Week Conditioning Program for Hocke...

Balance Your Workouts with Circuit Training

Create a more balanced workout with circuit training. It's a more functional method, because it involves moving from one activity to the next with v...

How to Ditch Cellulite

Cellulite, that annoying "cheese-like" dimpling that appears on thighs, butts, arms and abdomens, is caused by small fat protrusions in the dermis, ...

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