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Ohio Machine's Kyle Harrison Offers Workout and Recovery Tips

A decade of playing lacrosse at the professional level has taught Kyle Harrison a thing or two about the right way to train. In a recent interview...

3 Ways to Kick-Start Your Fitness Goals This Year

It's the new year and everyone might have a new fitness goals to hit this 2016. Be it getting stronger, putting on muscle or looking great at a beach,...

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...

7 Simple Foods That Provide Protein After a Workout

Supplements and protein shakes are great. They're convenient, cost effective, and have come a long way in the taste department. For many, protein after...

Holiday Wish List: HyperIce Vyper, a Vibrating Foam Roller That Provides More Relief With Less Effort

Soreness and stiffness are two annoyances athletes constantly deal with. When you push your body to the limit in training, games and practices, you're...

Recover Faster With This 15-Minute Workout

Ever thought that a 15 minute workout can bring any benefit at all? The inevitable fact is that we get sore most of the time when we train. The day or...

The Heart Rate Measure That Tells You More About Your Body Than Anything Else Will

Sometimes you step onto the field or into the weight room and feel like no person or thing could slow you down. Other times, you feel like you're mo...

How to Handle Muscle Soreness After a Workout

Muscle soreness after workout is something that every athlete has experienced sometime in their career. Whether it happens after a challenging workout,...

Hockey Recovery Strategies Are Equal But Different

Hockey Recovery Strategies: Equal but Not the Same Optimal sport performance demands adequate recovery. Each and every recovery strategy out there holds...

What Are Muscle Knots and How Can I Get Rid of Them?

Muscle knots can be a real pain in the neck - or back - or thigh - or butt. The ability to keep muscles functioning properly is often taken for granted....

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