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2 Common Workout Mistakes That Increase Your Chance of Injury

Building Muscle and getting strong is a crucial aspect of maximizing your athleticism, but if what you do in the weight room leaves you injured, all of...

Why Do I Sweat So Much?

"Why do I sweat so much?" If you walk around the gym with a trail of sweat on the floor behind you, this question probably comes to mind. Sometimes...

These Insoles Will Protect Your Feet and Make Your Shoes More Comfortable

Running shoes, or shoes in general for the matter, are made for the masses. It's impossible to design and manufacture a shoe that is perfectly sui...

The Recovery Benefits of Tart Cherry Supplements

Athletes know that supplementing your diet with protein shakes, bars, and vitamins can help with recovering from a hard workout or game. A new...

5 Sports Health Tips to Extend Your Athletic Career

5 Tips for Longevity SPORTS HEALTH SPORTS HEALTH by Joe Giandonato, MBA, MS, CSCS Manager of Health Promotion Drexel University When Kobe Bryant...

Arm Training: A Simple Superset for Bigger Arms

The question that every strength and conditioning coach ponders deeply is the efficacy of programming direct arm training for their field and court...

Huge Arms in a Hurry: A 30-Minute Arm Workout

In most sports, arm size doesn't matter all that much with regard to performance, and your training as an athlete should reflect that. Your performance...

Why Reducing Stress Might Speed Up Concussion Recovery

Most concussions heal fairly quickly. Eighty percent of concussions are fully recovered from within a month. This is a testament to the brain's incr...

5 Marathon Nutrition Tips for First-Time Participants

Five Marathon Nutrition Tips for First Time Participants Here are five marathon nutrition tips for athletes preparing for their first marathon. Do Your...

Why Do Some Athletes Suffer Sports Injuries More Than Others?

There wouldn't be a day in the clinic where a therapist isn't asked or hears the question as to "why am I injured?" and often any response is then...

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