Head injuries and their long-term consequences are important issues. Athletes suffering repeated blows to the head are believed to be at greater risk for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Two...
Here's something to keep in mind: The art of resistance training — if done correctly and with good form — will not stunt growth.
Interval training is all about maximum exertion for maximum results. The workouts don't take long, but they aren't for the faint of heart.
Young swimmers packed a small room at Mecklenburg County, N.C., Aquatic Center to hear the sage words of a 16-year-old high school sophomore. Katie Ledecky did her best not to disappoint.
Discomfort in the open water is very common. Whether it is a panic attack in the middle of the course, fear of the "Creature from the Black Lagoon," or simply an aversion to dark and murky water, you are not alone. Anxiety is normal among athletes at all experience levels....
Having the mindset of food as nutritional fueling and replenishing can set the stage for a great workout and optimal performance. Who wants to feel light headed, nauseous, or weak during a workout? Your nutrition and hydration can make or break a great workout.
If San Diego hinted at it, Yokohama has well and truly confirmed the USA's Gwen Jorgensen as the leading contender in 2013, as she took back to back ITU World Triathlon Series titles and the overall series lead in Japan. Jorgensen...
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