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10 commandments of injury prevention

Injury prevention strategies are big business in professional sports. This is due to the cost in terms of treatment and playing time lost when an injury occurs. But it's not just professional athletes who should be taking injury prevention seriously. Even for an amateur...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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Functional strength is a popular topic these days and it's rare to open a magazine or view a website targeted at endurance athletes without seeing content that falls under core exercises or strengthening.

source: triathlete

There is no Olympic design behind Michael Phelps's comeback, if you can call it that. At this stage, Phelps's coach, Bob Bowman, would prefer that people not read too much into his return to competition.

source: The New York Times

Having a hard time increasing lean body mass? There are several tricks you can use to speed the process. Here are exercise scientist and author Dr. Robert Portman's tips.

source: Yahoo

Bryn Bingham says: My twin sister and I are not triathletes. We grew up enjoying activities like soccer, volleyball, skiing and hiking — nothing that involved goggles and a swim cap or prolonged periods of running. That being said, competing in a Half Ironman had always...

source: KSL-TV

Boone Chang and Richard Trejo founded the Underwater Breathing Apparatus, or UBA, a snorkel-like device with technological advancements. They plan to sell UBA online by mid-May for $50-$55 each, which is still subject to change....

source: Arizona Daily Star

The push-up is an important exercise because it targets multiple muscle groups and has tons of variations. Yet many athletes overlook this essential exercise, partly because they can do classic push-ups with their eyes closed and don't consider them a sign of great strength....

source: STACK

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