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The Advantages of Kettlebell Training

For many, the sight of kettlebells evokes Rocky's Siberian training montage. More tried-and-tested than chopping trees or moving large logs, kettl...

Never Hide Head Injuries

Daredevil Johnny Knoxville makes a decent—if often disturbing—living by filming himself in harm's way. It's no shock, then, that the co-creator of...

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A grueling workout can leave you with ripped muscles—literally. It's called microtrauma, and it refers to small tears in your muscle fibers, at t...

Teammates, Not Friends: Making It Work

Teammates don't always become friends. These tips from Dr. Aimee Kimball, director of Mental Training at the Center for Sports Medicine at the Univer...

Lace Up to Avoid Foot Injuries

The method of tying your shoes that you learned in kindergarten will have to change if you're experiencing foot problems such as bone spurs, ankle pa...

The Right Socks Can Prevent Blisters

If you're experiencing blisters on your feet after training or competing, your socks might be to blame. "I look at the sock…from the perspective ...

The Benefits of Juice

By Sarah Gearhart According to a research study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, drinking cherry juice can reduce exercised-induc...

Why You Should Hydrate in the A.M.

Think a good night's sleep is all you need to be ready for an early-morning practice? Think again. According to Jeff Zachwieja, Ph.D., principal ...

Why athletes shouldn't drink alcohol

By Sarah Gearhart Besides causing you to wake up with a killer headache, dry mouth and upset stomach, drinking alcohol can affect your performance b...

Best glucosamine products

Healthy joints are just as crucial to great athletic performance as strong muscles. Without them, you're gonna feel pain every time you take a jumper...

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