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5 Ways Alcohol Undermines Your Workout

There is no doubt about it: alcohol and sports are interlaced. Whether it is going out for a drink after your game with friends, or getting a beer at...

The Tech Tool That's Helping Elite Pitchers Throw Harder and Recover Faster

No body part has been as scrutinized, analyzed and mythologized as the baseball pitcher's throwing arm. Pitching is a full-body movement, but a...

These 4 Experts Can Help You Stay Strong and Healthy During Baseball Season

The baseball season is a grind. You have a packed schedule of games and practices, and the constant repetition of the same movements gradually takes...

Learn When and How to Take a Rest Day

Too often I see my patients working out 6-7 days a week. Whether they are elite athletes, CrossFitters, or weekend warriors, they think that working out...

How to Treat Sore Muscles Most Effectively

I preach pushing yourself every day. Push past your breaking point! Stop being comfortable! Crush your body!... Yeah I preach this to my athletes every...

The Life of a 48-Year Old Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competitor

Paddy Spence is CEO of Zevia, a zero-calorie soda brand sweetened with stevia instead of artificial sweeteners. He's training to compete in a Brazilian...

Is Cold Therapy Effective for Recovery?

Most athletes know that icing after a workout or game can help reduce soreness and injuries. Now, more and more new cold therapy techniques are being...

Chad Johnson Admits Using His Teammates' Urine to Help Deal With Ankle Sprains

Chad Johnson, the man formerly known as Chad Ochocinco, is an eccentric dude. He is probably known more for his touchdown celebrations than his actu...

Why The Golden State Warriors Spend Hours Floating in Salt Water Every Other Week

The Golden State Warriors are 47-4, which is the type of record you usually can compile only while playing NBA 2K at the "rookie" difficulty leve...

Are You Working Out Too Much?

Are You Working Out Too Much? By Jim Carpentier, CSCS With 2016 well underway, it's never too late for athletes and non-athletes to alter or make a new...

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