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The Freakiest Athlete in College Football This Season Is...

College football is packed with young men gifted with athletic superpowers. But who's the biggest, baddest of them all? Bruce Feldman of The Athlet...

What Exactly are 'Overuse' Injuries? Inside the Epidemic Sidelining Youth Athletes

Overuse injury. The term itself seems fairly self-explanatory. Something in the body was used too much, and it led to injury. But with overuse inju...

Why D1 Football Players Are Training With the Triple Jump

Of all the athletic marvels the human body's capable of, a world-class Triple Jump might be the most mind-boggling. An Olympic event since 1896, the T...

Kobe Bryant Says He Played Just Two Organized Basketball Games a Month Growing Up

The name Kobe Bryant is synonymous with work ethic. The internet is saturated with inspiration from the 18-time NBA All-Star. "I can't relate to la...

Soccer Legend Kristine Lilly on the Missing Ingredient in Youth Sports

Kristine Lilly is one of the greatest women's soccer players of all time. Her 352 career caps are the most of any player, man or women, in internat...

Is Your Kid Missing Key Components of Athleticism? Use These 3 Tests to Find Out

Believe your kid is a great athlete? See if they can do these three things: Catch and throw a ball with both hands Do a somersault Run b...

The Secret Behind Admiral Schofield's Surprisingly Nimble Feet

Admiral Schofield is built differently. In an age when many NBA prospects are criticized for scrawny frames, the 6-foot-5, 241-pound Schofield is b...

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...

How Andrew Wingard Went From Undersized RB to Breaking Tackle Records at Wyoming

For an inexperienced skier, a double black diamond is a frozen death trap. With steepnesses often in excess of 45 degrees and potentially bone-shat...

Study Finds Just 12 Percent of NHL and NCAA Hockey Players Specialized Before Age 12

Early sport specialization does not guarantee future stardom. If anything, it may make eventually reaching an elite level in said sport more diffic...

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