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Max Scherzer Broke His Nose Practicing Bunting—And There's Video

Max Scherzer is one of the most intimidating men in baseball. The three-time Cy Younger award-winner is notoriously fiery on the mound. We're talki...

4 Questions Modern Sports Parents Must Ask Themselves

Why do your kids play sports? It's a simple question, but one shockingly few sports parents actually consider. We live in a time where more youth a...

Stanley Cup Star Ryan O'Reilly Fueled by Rigorous, Unorthodox Training

Ryan O'Reilly is leading the St. Louis Blues to the promised land. The 28-year-old center is a big reason the Blues are within one win of their fir...

The Raptors Were Ridiculed for Kawhi Leonard's 'Load Management.' Now It Could Get Them to the Finals

When Kawhi Leonard joined the Toronto Raptors last summer, it was on the heels of a season in which he'd played in just nine games for the San Antonio...

How Exam Weeks Greatly Increase an Athlete's Risk of Injury

With the school year nearing its conclusion, final exams are a major hurdle for student-athletes. While no one's ever mistaken finals for a pleasan...

Denzel Perryman Plans to Come Back Lean, Mean and Better Than Ever After His Brutal Season-Ending Injury

Denzel Perryman thought he could walk it off. On the second play of the Los Angeles Chargers' Week 9 game against the Oakland Raiders, Perryman dar...

Knowing Whether and When to Use—And Not Use—a Knee or Ankle Brace

Every year, many athletes suffer devastating ankle injuries, knee sprains and ACL/MCL tears. And most of these injuries aren't even contact-related....

How Bad is My Ankle Sprain?

Ankle sprains are the most common type of injury in sports, especially basketball. Each year, millions of dollars are spent in emergency rooms nationw...

Build Strength and Speed With Weight Vest Workouts

Weight vests are an underrated training tool for strength and speed. Wearing a vest automatically makes an exercise or drill more difficult by increas...

How Soccer Players Can Get Injured Less Often

Injury prevention can be a misleading term. More often than not, soccer coaches and players are under the impression "injury prevention" is a magic...

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