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Beyond Weight Loss: 4 Reasons to Eat Healthy

Eating healthy will help you lose weight or maintain your weight if you're already in shape. But weight loss alone may not be enough to motivate you...

Symptoms of a Pulled Muscle

Have you ever thought about the complexity of the human body? The bone structure acts as a frame upon which the skin, muscles and organs rest. Muscl...

Can the Paleo Diet Work for Athletes?

Athletes have much to learn from their ancient ancestors, who spent their days running from saber-toothed tigers and hunting for food. Early human...

5 Steps for Overcoming Athlete Depression

After a game-winning play, what do you see? Fans chanting in joy and athletes celebrating their victory. But rewind the clock a few seconds and th...

Foods To Boost Your Mood After Tough Games

It's a no-brainer that a big win can lift your spirits, whereas a season-ending playoff loss is a major downer. You're probably familiar with the mo...

4 Scientific Reasons Why Teens Should Work Out

Fitness is about more than boosting your performance and toning your body. In fact, recent scientific studies have revealed many more advantages o...

Sports Injury Prevention Takes Center Stage at 2012 APA Meeting

Following the suicide of former First-Team NFL All-Pro linebacker Junior Seau in early May, sports injury prevention has taken on a new sense of urg...

Seth Davis Helps Subway Announce April Breakfast 2-For-1 Deal

Anticipating post-March Madness depression, Subway announced BOGO (buy one, get one free) on all six-inch breakfast sandwiches, beginning Sunday, Ap...

Understand Overtraining to Avoid Performance Declines

As a competitive athlete, your goal is to take your performance to the next level, which is why you spend hours training or playing your sport yea...

Preventing Cauliflower Ear

Cauliflower ear is an all-too-familiar problem in the wrestling community. According to Robert Rodriguez, an athletic trainer with USA Wrestling, rep...