Sam DeHority

Sam DeHority

Sam DeHority was previously a member of the editorial staffs at STACK, Men’s Fitness and Muscle & Fitness, where he covered training, nutrition and gear. He has also written for 'Complex' and ESPNHS. DeHority graduated from Ithaca College, where he was a member of the men’s crew team.

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How Getting Cut Taught Me The Meaning of Hard Work

Although it may seem like the end of the world at the time, getting cut from a team does not necessarily signal the end of your athletic career. I...

Azodicarbonamide, the Chemical Used in Fast Food and Yoga Mats, Explained

Thinkstock/Getty Images If you live on planet Earth and need to eat, you've probably read stories recently about azodicarbonamide, a chemical used...

Sochi Athletes Speak: Billy Demong, U.S. Nordic Skier

Photo: AP If you pass him on the street, you might not recognize him, but Nordic skier Billy Demong has been a regular on the U.S. Olympic Team s...

Training Secrets From U.S. Winter Olympic Athletes

The Sochi games mark the culmination of years of training for many of the world's best athletes. Before some of America's top competitors headed off...

Home Field Advantage Is Real, Says Science

Photo: AP Ever feel like you're more on top of your game when you're playing on your home turf? According to research by two physiological scienti...

STUDY: Blood Test May Diagnose Concussions Conclusively

Photo: AP Concussions are tricky business for several reasons. First, although sometimes it's obvious when an athlete has taken a serious blow to ...

SNEAKER ALERT: Shaq Attaq...Purple/Yellow?

Retro sneakers are usually given a snappy title that reminds us of an athlete's history—kind of like the Brick Citys or the Trail Blazers. This pair...

Sochi Athletes Speak: Meghan Duggan, U.S. Hockey Player

Photo: AP It's no secret that American fans of women's hockey are eagerly awaiting a rematch with Canada. For many, it promises to be the only ent...

STUDY: Too Much Vitamin C Hampers Endurance Athletes

Too much of a good thing is not good for you. That's what researchers at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences concluded following a study of how s...

The Case for Red Meat

"Steak, please," I said as I closed my menu. "Medium. I'll take the sweet potatoes and veggies as my sides." I settled into a seat across from ...

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